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Cooking For Geeks

If you´re an innovative type of person looking for action in the kitchen, then check out Cooking for Geeks, a book on real science, great hacks, and good food. The fun book is illustrated with many ways to express your creativity instead of just following recipes. This is more than just a cookbook, you´ll learn the science behind what you´re cooking, and what makes a recipe work so you can improvise and create your own unique dishes. watch the video

Available for purchase in Europe here




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PEOPLES CHOICE BEEF JERKY | Image

PEOPLES CHOICE BEEF JERKY

People´s Choice have been handcrafting premium meats for over 87 years and four generations in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles. Their heritage, tradition, and dedication to quality provide a better alternative to the processed "meat” snacks in the marketplace. They offer handmade beef jerky to those that appreciate things that are made with purpose. Best sellers include Hot & Spicy, Garlic & Ginger, Teriyaki, and the new Sriracha. watch the video below...
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EVERLAND HOTEL PARIS | ONE ROOM HOTEL WITH FRONT ROW VIEWS OF THE EIFFEL TOWER | Image

EVERLAND HOTEL PARIS | ONE ROOM HOTEL WITH FRONT ROW VIEWS OF THE EIFFEL TOWER

Everland Hotel was designed by Swiss architects Sabina Lang and Daniel Baumann, the hotel is located in spectacular places around the world. In todays post, we feature the Hotel Everland in Paris, which is actually a hotel room with a spectacular view of the City of Lights. Initially located above the Gallery of Contemporary Art Leipzig, the 10 tonnes "capsule" was moved onto the roof of the Palais de Tokyo, with the help of a 20 ton crane....
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VOXARRAY 61 SYNTHESIZER | Image

VOXARRAY 61 SYNTHESIZER

The stunning Voxarray 61 is a tribute to synthesizers from the 70s. Created by Love Hulten, a Swedish studio, this ”DIY modular synthesizer” has a clamshell construction, with the top lid housing a variety of analog and digital modules that can be connected using patch cords. To use external devices, simply patch them through the matrix. Add the custom-made dynamic microphone on top to complete the setup. Made of walnut, ash and steel, its not only gorgeous to behol...
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