I’ve interviewed a lot of startup entrepreneurs and all of them have tales of frugality. Whether they’re living on...
Jan 2 2014, 3:51pm CST
Source: Salt Lake Tribune
Redmond, Wash. • Before Ralf Groene helped devise the look and feel of Microsoft’s Surface tablet, he designed food — or “food concepts,” he says, for people on the go. Among them: dried noodles that come wrapped around a pair of chopsticks; a tubular meal that can be pulled with two fingers from a car cup holder base; and a fork that squeezes out sauce.
Though none of these ideas made it into production, the pr ...
Full article at: Salt Lake Tribune
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Big wave skimboarding: A daredevil took on a massive wave in Mexico with nothing more than a skimboard. Experts are called it the biggest wave ever conquered on a skimboard, which is basically half the size of a surfboard without a fin.
“Michael Jeter takes a bow”: CBS made a major-league mistake when they referred to outgoing Yankee Derek Jeter by the wrong name on Twitter. The mishap was retweeted more ...
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This crunchy, sharp twist on pad Thai makes for a delicious cold lunch. Just mix the chilli-lime dressing into the noodles and you're ready to goPad Thai, that backpackers ...
Full article at: NDTV
Jun 27 2014, 2:12am CDT
The creators of the ramen burger are back with a new creation: fries made from the salty no ...
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Jun 24 2014, 5:15pm CDT
Source: Asia One
Craving for wanton noodles? You might want to try this stall in Johor Bahru, which makes its noodles in a very unique way.According to this video uploaded to Facebook by Discovery Malaysia, the stall is known as the "Flying Wanton Noodle" and is "quite famous".True to its name, the noodles "fly", or are thrown high into the air, as it is being prepared.The talented stall h ...
Full article at: Asia One
Jun 18 2014, 1:05am CDT
If you cannot afford your Sushi, you always can collect detailed miniture recreations of Japanese Food. Japanses Gadget...
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