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Prize winning corn bread
What a clever idea to top corn bread with slices of sweet onion. A prize winning entry at the Riverhead Country Fair.
14th October 2019 by sabrabrock 0 Comments
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Tracking the journey of food produce to reduce food waste
This service monitors food products from the farm gate to the end of the supply chain. Any deviation from ideal conditions accelerates the deterioration of products, leading to increased waste and inconsistent quality. This recording device logs time, air temperature and location, then data is transmitted in near-real time to a platform, and you can see the conditions to which the product is exposed and how long it has spent in each leg of the chain (www.escavox.com). See escaVox at Tech23 on Spark Festival, IdeaSpies is a supporter! Register using code T23-SUPPORTER and get 10% off: http://tech23.com.au/2019/register/
10th October 2019 by Ivani Torales 0 Comments
(6 vote(s), average 4.7 out of 5)
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Fresh farm pies
Briermere Farm on Long Island NY offers a wonderful selection of pies made with fresh fruit from the farm. People come long distances to buy the pies. We tried the pear one and it was delicious.
9th October 2019 by ideaspies03 0 Comments
(4 vote(s), average 4.8 out of 5)
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A layered cappuccino
I enjoyed this cappuccino, topped with cinnamon, at Tweed's Restaurant and Buffalo Bar, Riverhead, Long Island. I asked how it was made and was surprised to hear it's easy -using a Nespresso Aeroccino3 Milk Frother. The cappuccino costs US$8.50 and I presume it's very profitable!  The last time I had a layered cappuccino was in Mexico City.
9th October 2019 by IdeaSpies 0 Comments
(4 vote(s), average 4.3 out of 5)
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A menu that's backlit
Saw this menu at Tweed's Restaurant and Buffalo Bar, Riverhead, Long Island. Great menu and easy to read!
7th October 2019 by lynnwood 0 Comments
(5 vote(s), average 4.6 out of 5)
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Australia's new meat alternative
CSIRO has launched its plant-based meat venture, v2food. Over the next year there are plans to develop a range of wholly Australian meat alternatives to be sold in supermarkets and restaurants across the country. The products include protein from legumes, fibre from plants, and oils from sunflower and coconut. Hungry Jack’s will be the first major fast food chain to stock the product. Meat-free burger patties will soon be available in their stores. Mince will also be available in grocery stores in the near future. https://blog.csiro.au/australias-new-meat-alternative/
5th October 2019 by Test reg 0 Comments
(8 vote(s), average 4.9 out of 5)