Archive for January, 2009

Jan 19 2009

A Cajun Night just in time for the upcoming Mardi Gras Celebration

I decided to take a few recipes I had found most exquisite to share from the Southern Accent cookbook. Great for any dinner gathering where you want your guests leaving with a party in their mouths and a memory to definitely come back for more.

No matter where you are, this is going to add some heat and spice to your evening.

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Jan 14 2009

Are You Sure You Are The One Choosing What You Eat?

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As we move towards the RDIF paradigm, we are seeing very advanced techniques for surveying how people make decisions in the grocery aisle. Some techniques are as simple as baking goods from frozen dough onsite to elicit an olfactory response, to companies like VideoMining that automates the process of face recognition by way of security cameras in the store to Path Intelligence from Britain working with MIT that plots the positions of cellular handsets as they transmit to cellular networks in order to measure a consumer’s “dwell time.”

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Jan 01 2009

Vintage Cookbook Fun!

Published by under Products,Recipes,Reviews

By Sarah Brown Hello, Taste Odysseyans. I admit I’m a lover of kitchen gadgets, though my lack of storage space necessitates that I keep an eye out for multi-taskers—implements that can do more than one thing to make your cooking life easier. I think it’s even more fun, though, to find those little vintage gems— […]

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