Love and Olive Oil This Gadget Will Soon Revolutionize The Way You Boil Water When designers Nils Chudy and Jasmina Grase of the Copenhagen-based design studio Chudy and Grase set out to redesign the standard electric tea kettle, they didn't expect their outcome to be a game-changer. At first, the pair was more concerned with aesthetics than function, but their research showed that the minimum fill line for the majority of kettles is approximately 500ml, while one single cup serving of hot water is about 250 ml. That meant half the energy required to boil the kettle is often wasted. With the question "how can we change people’s habits of overfilling electric kettles in order to save energy?" Miito is currently still in development, but the design has already won several awards, including a 2014 James Dyson Award (national winner and shortlisted), and the Netherlands' Keep An Eye grant, making it an very promising work in progress. Miito works with any vessel (mug, bowl, tea pot), and any liquid too: milk, soups, broths. More design finds on Food Republic:
FN | Just Recipes Serves 2 Ingredients 2 x 7 oz [200 g] chicken breasts Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper Vegetable oil, for grilling 5 oz [150 g] snow peas (mange-tout), trimmed ½ cup [125 ml] fresh coriander leaves ¼ cup [60 ml] fresh basil leaves 1 long red chili, seeded and chopped For the dressing1 tbsp [15 ml] lime juice 1 tbsp [15 ml] fish sauce 2 tsp [10 ml] brown sugar For the noodles6 oz [170 g] dried egg noodles 2 green onions, sliced 2 tbsp [30 ml] soy sauce 1 tbsp [15 ml] sesame oil 1 tbsp [15 ml] peanut or vegetable oil To serveChopped peanuts Fresh limes Method Heat a grill pan over medium-high heat. Place the snow peas in a heat-proof bowl with a slash of water. Bring a large pot of water to the boil and cook the egg noodles until al dente. Divide the noodle between two serving bowls, then top with the chicken salad. Recipe Credit: Inspired by two recipes from Donna Hay’s 10-Minute Meals. Serves 4 Heat olive oil in a large sauté pan over over medium-high heat. Makes 16 brownies Serves 2
Aggies Kitchen Bake at 350 The Novice Chef Food and tv series: tasty quotes dished up Television series are a source of great wisdom: fans of American tv shows already know this truth. It may not surprise you to know that even in matters of food some TV series dish out much advice. Culinary selfishness, vindictiveness against vegetarian food, a love for dessert and a passion for alcohol: we have delicious tv quotes for all of these topics. FRIENDS Out of all the characters of Friends the most morbidly attached to food is undoubtedly the penniless Joey, an ItalianAmerican actor who has provided us with more than one maxim on the food. What should you say to that friend who always wants to taste food from your plate? Or what is the solution when the refrigerator breaks down suddenly? PARKS AND RECREATION Ron Swanson is the gruff character of Parks and Recreation, a comedy that follows the story of a fictional American town, Pawnee. Here’s an example on the topic of breakfast: HANNIBAL Hannibal Lecter is definitely a gourmet, a degenerate one but, nonetheless, a gourmet.
You fed a baby chili? Eat, Live, Run Picky Palate edible perspective - Home TWO GIRLS ONE MUG Uroš Mihić " Non ho assistenti perché non ho uno studio. Lavoro dove vivo. Paper folder, serbo, ha 28 anni e vive in Italia dal 2004. Colazione Non faccio mai colazione. Piano A Da piccolo volevo fare il postino e la mia mamma, ancora oggi, mi prende in giro. Mio padre è architetto e mio nonno scenografo. Mi sono innamorato molto presto del disegno grafico, poi mi son perso. Dopo il liceo ero indeciso se proseguire i miei studi in architettura o design. O forse ero troppo creativo per tutte quelle regole. L’origami è arte pura, ma io non mi ritengo un artista, ragiono come un bambino. Piano B Di tanto in tanto mi chiamano per tenere dei corsi nelle scuole di design, ma non credo diventerò mai un insegnante. Il mio piano B è la conseguenza diretta del mio piano A.
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