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Joule Sous Vide

Sous vide cooking sounds like something only culinary geeks would do, well now you can easily do it yourself with Joule, the simplest way to cook sous vide at home. It maintains the temperature precisely, so your food cooks exactly how you want it, every time, resulting in perfectly cooked meats. Simply place the device in a pot with some water, and use the app to preheat it to the perfect temperature. Then put your food and some seasoning in a plastic bag and cook it all gently in the water. The result? The juiciest, most tender steak in the history of ever.  



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A JOB TO LOVE

Hate your job? The only thing worse than hating your day job is feeling like you canīt quit because you have no idea what other job suits you. "A Job To Love” is one of the best career advice guides you should read at any age, it helps better understand ourselves and locate a job that is right for us. A career we love is one of the foremost requirements for a fulfilled life, this book guides us to discover our true talents and to make sense of our confused desires a...
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PUC | WIFI MIDI INTERFACE

Free your music from tyranny of wires with the PUC, a Wireless MIDI Connection. Designed specifically for iOS devices, the PUC allows you to wirelessly connect any MIDI device such as keyboards, synths, dj controllers, drum machines, floor pedal controllers, plus other gear, wirelessly to your iPad, iPhone or Mac, and easily control your music making apps. It has a low latency system as fast or faster than the wire, and includes the free PUC connector app. watch the...
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YELLOW TREE HOUSE RESTAURANT

Award wining Yellow Restaurant was designed by Pacific Environments Architects and is located in New Zealand. It sits almost 10m wide and over 12m high, with the split-level floor sitting 10m off the ground. Timber trusses form the main structure. The curved fins are glue-laminated pine, plantation poplar has been used for the slats and redwood milled from the site used in the walkway balustrading....
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