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Kitchen disruption: better food through artificial intelligence

July 21, 2019

Artificial intelligence is being increasingly used to help understand properties of food and their likely pairings Looking for that perfect recipe, or a new flavor combination that delights the senses? Increasingly, players in the food industry are embracing artificial intelligence to better understand the dynamics of flavor, aroma and other factors that go into making a food product a success. […]

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Gardening on a budget? We’ll show you how

July 19, 2019

Worried that doing up your garden will cost a small fortune? This doesn’t have to be the case, says garden designer Mark Gregory, one of the judges on Channel 5’s The Great Gardening Challenge. Armchair gardeners tuning in to the new six-part series this month will see horticultural professionals competing against each other, as they […]

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Home Appliances Market with Industry Capacity, Future Prospects, Economic Aspect and Forecast To 2025

July 16, 2019

The global home appliances market size is expected to expand to USD xx,xxx Million by the end of 2025, registering an optimistic growth rate of xx.xx% CAGR during the forecast period of 2018-2025. The home appliance market share 2017 was valued at USD xx.xxx Million. The global home appliances market is expected to maintain steady […]

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Best Amazon Prime Day deals for kitchen appliances and garden gear

July 15, 2019

Let’s call these Amazon Prime Day deals “tech adjacent.” They’re not necessarily smart-home gadgets, but they’re all useful tools for your kitchen or garden—and savings range to more than 50 percent off. We hand-picked these Prime Day deals based on Amazon user reviews and discount information available at press time. We’ll update this article as […]

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Alcohol and chefs: a real kitchen nightmare

July 14, 2019

Ifirst talked to Craig Strippel back in the spring on the day before he was due to run in the London Marathon. Anyone who signs up for those 26 miles has a kind of reckless determination, but for Strippel, who had worked as a head chef in Cornish hotels and restaurants for much of his […]

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Bidding wars are heating up. Here’s how to win your dream home

July 13, 2019

The dull days of summer may be over sooner than expected in the nation’s housing market. The supply of homes for sale, which had been increasing earlier this year, could turn lower again soon, and that will likely mean the return of bidding wars. Such battles had slowed dramatically this past spring, thanks to more […]

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