Korean Trade Show 2008 – Kitchen/Home Appliances

The Korean Trade Show will take place on May 14th and 15th from 10am – 5pm at the Penn Pavilion Plaza in NYC. (401 seventh ave at 33rd street) Registration i…
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http://www.topbilling.com The world is split between those who feel the need to actually chop, slice, and squeeze in the kitchen… and those who use a machi…
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Home Show 2008: Kitchen Gadgets

Complete your state of the art kitchen with cutting edge ware including the Cuisinart Cup-O-Matic Coffee Maker, the FoodSaver 3000 Vacuum Sealer and the OXO Rolling Herb Mincer.
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Jordan Executive Chef Todd Knoll recommends four must-have kitchen gadgets. Great gift ideas and best value tools for the home cook. Kuhn Rikon Original Swiss Peeler — I’ve used many peelers over the years, and this is the best one on the market. No need to spend a fortune. Under at Amazon.com. Microplane Grater/Zester — Originally used for carpentry work, the Microplane crossed over into the kitchen after a home cook discovered its remarkable ease with grating and zesting. We use it in our kitchen everyday. Under at Amazon.com. Kintrex Infrared Thermometer — This laser technology comes in very handy for checking temperatures when boiling water, deep frying, baking and grilling. Currently on sale for under at Amazon.com. Cadco Electric Cooktop Buffet Induction Range — With induction cooking, the cooktop does not generate heat: the friction between the iron pan and the cooktop magnet does. Cool to the touch while boiling water, it’s great for preparing sauces at precise temperatures and for operating a secondary burner while barbecuing. They’re also much safer for home cooks concerned about child safety. The Cadco model retails for around 0, but Max Burton makes a model that is currently on sale for under at Amazon.com. The more expensive models tend to have better heat conductivity and consistency. Vita-Mix Vita-Prep Professional Series Blender — Splurging on a professional-quality blender is highly recommended. You don’t need a food processor if you have
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Home vegetable garden time lapse video for 2008

Home vegetable garden time lapse video for 2008

Time lapse video of our home garden from the summer of 2008 stitched together to make a short movie showing the growth over a couple months. I put a camera on a tripod in the corner of the garden with a wide angle lens and took a photograph every 10 minutes. I edited out most of the night pictures to speed the movie up. It is interesting to see how the plants move with the wind and sunlight. We are growing cucumbers, zucchini, tomatoes, potatoes, carrots, cabbage, hot peppers, lettuce, basil, and some other herbs.

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