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A computer's place is in the kitchen 08/31/15, via Computerworld

Most home appliances are in the kitchen, and very soon we'll see the mainstreaming of smart toasters, smart ovens, smart dishwashers, smart mixers -- smart everything. A kitchen computer can serve as the control room for all the smart appliances in

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Red Velvet Pancakes 08/30/15, via Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Pancakes can be frozen and quickly reheated in the toaster. Note: To make beat puree, wrap whole beets (greens removed) tightly in aluminum foil and roast on a sheet pan in 450-degree oven 45 minutes or until fork-tender. Once cool, peel beets, then


The Gourmet Toaster Oven

The Gourmet Toaster Oven

Published by Ten Speed Press 2011

ISBN 9781607741640,1607741644

Simple and Sophisticated Meals for the Busy Cook In Lynn Alley’s kitchen, toaster ovens aren’t just for browning bagels or warming up frozen pizzas. The best-selling author of The Gourmet Slow Cooker has discovered yet another unconventional and imaginative way to prepare gourmet meals at home. In The Gourmet Toaster Oven, Alley reveals why the toaster oven is an ideal tool to create mouthwatering meals with minimum effort. Toaster ovens are quick and energy-efficient, and provide additional oven space for side dishes when preparing large meals. In this beautifully photographed book, Alley offers fifty gourmet breakfast, lunch, appetizer, side dish, dinner, and goodie recipes. Dishes include Coffee Cake Muffins, Southwestern Jalapeño and Red Pepper Scones, Macaroni and Cheese with...

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A computer's place is in the kitchen - Computerworld

A Wall Street Journal exclusive last week revealed that "dozens" of Amazon engineers who worked on the failed Fire Phone at the company's Silicon Valley-based Lab126 were (true to the branding) fired. It was a great scoop but the Journal buried the lead. "Still in the works is a high-end computer for the kitchen — code-named Kabinet — designed to serve as a hub for an Internet-connected home and capable of taking voice commands for tasks like ordering merchandise from Amazon. The reason is that Amazon has demonstrated vision and the capacity to lead in the consumer electronics industry. I keep my Echo in the kitchen, where I ask Alexa to set multiple timers, make cooking conversions, tell me the weather, play podcasts and music, catch me up with the latest news, order batteries and more. Alexa can also be used for controlling home automation devices by voice -- not only things like the lights, but also the sprinklers and other systems. Echo is literally the most useful device in my home. The flood of apps supporting Amazon's recently unveiled Alexa API haven't even hit yet. When I'm using the Echo, it's clear that talking to the room is how most human-computer interaction will take place in a few years. Amazon's "Kabinet" system sounds like an Echo with a screen and faster processing, as well as the ability to run apps and function as a home-automation hub. If that's true, then Amazon may beat the rest of the industry to the computing platform of the future. Where it all started Little-known fact: The world's first-ever computer for consumers was a kitchen computer. In 1969, one of the products for sale in the Neiman Marcus catalog was a $10,000 Honeywell machine called the Honeywell Kitchen Computer. It was really a 16-bit minicomputer called the Honeywell 316, but with kitchen applications. Would-be users of the Honeywell Kitchen Computer had to complete a two-week training course. Why the kitchen is a home's true hub The biggest companies in Silicon Valley have been battling for years over the "future of the living room. " It's assumed that the living room is a great place to set up a hub for home automation technology because you probably already have an Internet-connected TV box there, and possibly a powerful game console. The home automation hub should be in the same place where the family usually congregates in real life. In most homes, I think that's the kitchen. In our house it's the first place we go in the morning and the last place we visit before going to bed. It's where people hang out, and where we spend a lot of time making food and cleaning up. It's our natural habitat. Before mobile phones, many American homes had a wall-mounted telephone, next to which you'd often find a bulletin board for calendars, messages and reminders. Families have long used their refrigerators as message boards, photo galleries, places to display birthday cards, children's finger-paintings, coupons, checks to be deposited, invitations, shopping lists and to-do lists. Because the refrigerator is in the kitchen, and the kitchen is the place where a lot happens and where we frequently spend time, it's only natural that the kitchen is the most intuitive place to keep track of things we don't want to forget. Increasingly, kitchens are designed with seating of some kind -- often bar stools around an island or on the side of a counter -- so people can sit there and eat, drink or just chat. Some newer homes include a combination kitchen and family room. People are cooking more, and many people eat most or all their meals at a table in the kitchen itself, rather than in a separate dining room. When people go into the living room, they often do so for a specific purpose -- to talk, watch TV, play video games or something else. That's why the kitchen is the best place for a family computer. A recipe for home automation, communication, shopping and information The natural behavior of humans shows that kitchens are the de facto spot for family communication, displays, organization and more. It's also true that kitchens are used primarily for storing and making food. Cooking is a data-intensive activity involving recipes, instructions, ingredient information, measurement conversions and more. A kitchen computer can provide all the necessary data. Once the cooking is done, you've got to clean up. That's boring, so people want.

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Fine 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" (CAD) No markings, fine. Wraps, 160pp. Colour photos. The recipes are designed for all makes of toaster oven-you can make Honey spareribs, or meatloaf. There is even a recipes for pesto encrusted chicken. 91.3 JM FO 39/5.


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Home for the Summer: The cookstove is more for heating the cabin - 08/28/15, via Lake County News Chronicle

By the time we bought the cabin, a very small, scruffy toaster-oven had joined the kitchen crew ... I bought a little cookbook called Old-Fashioned Wood Stove Recipes. Wood stove and cookstove seem to be used interchangeably in this book and everywhere ...

Fresh veggies & melon at WVFM - 08/27/15, via The Winfield Daily Courier

One of her recipes will be: 1-1/2 tsps ... Toast bread in skillet or in toaster oven. Cut each slice in half, top with vegetable mixture and serve. (Adapted from Taste of Home: Fresh & Easy.) Baked breads and sweet treats Vendors will have breads ...

How to Skip the Chipotle Lunch Lines for Good - 08/26/15, via Philadelphia Magazine

The recipe I followed calls for a tomato and jalapeno ... Once lunch time rolls around, you can either heat them in a toaster oven or microwave, or eat them at room temp. Either way, they're 100 percent delicious.


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Homemade “Pop Tarts”
Homemade “Pop Tarts”
The latest experimental baking project: “Pop-Tarts”. I made two varieties, these filled with homemade strawberry-rhubarb jam, and another with a chocolate crust filled with Nutella (and attempting to mimic store-bought strawberry and chocolate Pop-Tarts, at least visually.) I don't think I've gotten a crust that I'm happy with yet. Regular Pop-Tart crust is like dry pie crust, and I didn't want to go that route, but I figured that the crust needed to be a bit stronger than pie crust typically is. This time around, I tried an egg, but that doesn't appear to be the right answer, as the crust was too firm instead (albeit still tastier than stock Pop-Tart crust). I think that part of the problem was that I figured the extra fat in the egg would compensate for the extra liquid in the egg, but given the gluten that formed in the resulting dough, I think I figured wrong. The recipe below is as I prepped things last night; next time I'll probably drop the egg but add a little extra liquid...
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Pea Souffle and Home-made Strawberry Ice Cream
Pea Souffle and Home-made Strawberry Ice Cream
Pea Souffle and Homemade Strawberry Ice Cream Notes: This dessert was inspired by a pea cake with strawberry ice cream that I had in New York at Felidia Ristorante. I've had everything from corn to maple pecan in souffles, so why not peas? I took a gamble and adapted a recipe to incorporate green peas. I was truly not prepared for how fresh and green-pea like it tasted. I also was astounded by the *bright* green colour. I used no food colouring - in either the souffle or the ice cream. They turned out pastel perfect for spring. This was a complete 180 from the preceding meal, but it was fun, refreshing, and thankfully, a big hit with my guests.
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Frico con le Mele
Frico con le Mele
Frico con le Mele Montasio cheese sandwiching a wam layer of sauteed apples. Notes: This recipe is straight from Lidia Bastianich's new cookbook, Lidia's Italy. There's no Montasio cheese to be found here in my hometown, so I picked up some in New York. Although I tried to keep this dinner mostly Chinese, I had to use up the cheese. There were no complaints from the crowd. They loved every bite of it. I've had this dish at Lidia's restaurant here in Kansas City, and it's always a hit. At the restaurant, they rotate the fillings. I'll have to try some others next time I get my hands on some Montasio. I asked Lidia if any other cheese could be substituted, she said that Montasio is unique because it strikes the perfect balance between sturdiness and creaminess that helps it melt and crisp along with the filling. Frico is basically a huge double-cheese quesadilla - two layers of crisped Montasio cheese sandwiching a mix of (traditionally) potatoes and onions. For this...
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Romantic Meals for One: 5 Quick Toaster Oven Recipes
Romantic Meals for One: 5 Quick Toaster Oven Recipes
... Sticks (For the Convection Toaster Oven). Photo by Chef Joey Z
... Sticks (For the Convection Toaster Oven). Photo by Chef Joey Z
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Convection Oven Roast Chicken (For Toaster Oven). Photo by Chef Joey Z ...
Convection Oven Roast Chicken (For Toaster Oven). Photo by Chef Joey Z ...
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