Tag Archives: food
By gavin | Published: April 16, 2009
Ingredients: Mini Pretzels, Pecan Halfs, Rolos. That’s it! This is the sort of the out of the box thinking that defines genius. Make your very own homemade Turtle candies!
By gavin | Published: February 19, 2009
oobject » Pneumatic tube meal delivery system I like the carefully crafted copy as well, “In the kitchen food is prepared in huge galvanized troughs and pots.”
By gavin | Published: February 12, 2009
lost in a moment from dennis wheatley on Vimeo.
By gavin | Published: February 5, 2009
I think the banjo music is appropriate as well.
By gavin | Published: January 4, 2009
There was one day there where this is all I ate.
By gavin | Published: January 2, 2009
Made about 2 cups, should last the year. Update: Sorry, here’s the whole recipe. Throw the scrapings of 2 beans (or so) plus the beans themselves into 1 C of a good brandy. I use a jar. Put it somewhere dark. Every day or so give the the jar a shake. After a month of that, [...]
By gavin | Published: June 29, 2007
From WSJ’s short interview with Tesco CEO Terry Leahy: Q: Tesco is famous for doing a lot of customer research with it’s loyalty program, the Clubcard. LEAHY: It’s an important technical part of an even more important philosophy, which is to listen to customers—but really listen. Many organizations say they listen, but they’re very selective in what [...]
By gavin | Published: June 14, 2007
In the world of hyper-personalized advertising, if Minority Report movie style ads are your goal: Then you’ll need to embrace a few bowls of fried gravy on the way: Steve shows some pics of his recent experience with a KFC advertising truck. (Pepsi, which owns KFC, seems to be experimenting with Bluetooth and advertising these days.)
By gavin | Published: August 31, 2006
I’ve watched Bourdain’s Decoding Ferran Adria a few times now; incredibly fascinating. What Adria is doing reminded me of a bit I once read from DeBono about vertical and lateral thinking: Logic is the tool that is used to dig holes deeper and bigger, to make them altogether better holes. But if the hole is in [...]