Review: ‘French Chef in America’ recalls Julia Child’s influential career

cusineReview: ‘French Chef in America’ recalls Julia Child’s influential career
But as Prud’homme points out, Child embodied a curious duality. On the one hand, she wanted to rescue classical French cuisine from the encroachments of fast food and U.S.-style supermarkets (although the French clearly enjoyed convenience as much as the …
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The Ultimate Guide to French Food
America has a long history of elevating French food to the status of the rare, the fancy, and the untouchable by ordinary home cooks. But since 1961, at least, with the appearance of volume one of Julia Child, Louisette Bertholle, and Simone Beck’s …
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This French startup just raised M to make food out of mealworms
French startup Ynsect wants you to eat bugs — eventually. For now, it’s focusing on creating insect protein to feed farmed animals a healthier, more eco-conscious diet. After raising just over $ 15 million in investment funding, Ynsect to expand its …
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Four influential technologies with roots in robotics

trendFour influential technologies with roots in robotics
Robotics research has such strong links with several other research fields that, without it, the modern world might not have some of its most promising consumer technologies. Robotics is truly an interdisciplinary research field. It draws lessons from …
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UC San Diego to Launch Contextual Robotics Institute
The University of California, San Diego has announced plans to start a Contextual Robotics Institute, bringing together top academics from its schools of engineering and social science. With the institute, the university hopes to design machines that …
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Hartselle Junior High wins 6 robotics awards
Hartselle Junior High wins 6 robotics awards 0 comments. HANCEVILLE — Hartselle Junior High won six awards Friday in the North Alabama BEST (Boosting Engineering, Science and Technology) Robotics competition at Wallace State Community College.
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