Articles about f&b (page 2)

Sony, Carnegie Mellon Team Up To Research Cooking Robots
Robots that can cook and make drinks already exist, but could this be the way of the future where more of our F&B outlets will start turning to robots for that? That’s why Sony and Carnegie Mellon University want to find out as both organizations have teamed up for research on AI and robotics.

Irrigation Robots Could Help California’s Wine Problem
When it comes to farming, it is no secret that robots and machinery is the way of the future. After all robots and machines require no rest and they are precise and efficient. However there is the argument that robots mean that jobs done by humans are replaced, but that might not necessarily be a bad thing for California’s wine scene.

Brewie+ Lets You Brew Your Own Beer At Home
If you’ve always fancied brewing your own beer at home, maybe because you’re particular about achieving a specific taste, or if you wanted to save money, or just for the fun of it, you might be interested in the Brewie+. This is a machine designed to help you brew your own beer from the comfort of your own home.

Capsulier Is A Machine That Lets You Make Your Own Nespresso Pods
As convenient as the Nespresso is (and other similar machines), the problem is that it locks you into the Nespresso pods. While the pods do make decent enough coffee, there might be some coffee enthusiasts who are more particular about their beans, plus it’s hard to beat freshly ground beans versus beans that have been sitting in pods for months.

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Amazon Is Now Selling Oreo Cookie Subscription Boxes
With the number of products and services that are available for subscription these days, the amount that we end up paying on a monthly basis can be quite a lot. For example you can subscribe to music and video streaming services, photo storage services, cloud storage services, app subscriptions, and more.

There’s A Cafe In Australia Where You Can Be Served By A Robot Barista
There are plenty of jobs that could benefit from replacing humans with robots. This is because robots are more efficient, they never tire, and most importantly they’re consistent. That being said, could baristas around the world start to worry about their job security? Maybe in Australia, because a cafe in Melbourne has debuted its own robot barista.

Jim Beam Unveils A Smart Decanter That Pours Bourbon On Command
One of the fun things about going out to a bar or restaurant is that you don’t have to make your own drinks. This means you can enjoy conversations with friends uninterrupted while you get plied with drinks throughout the night. Unfortunately that’s not entirely possible at home, short of hiring a personal bartender.

London’s Buses Will Soon Be Powered By Coffee Grounds
When we make food, there is bound to be waste, such as the skins of fruits that are inedible, the roots of plants that we discard, tea leaves that we throw away after one use, and so on. There have been ways to try and find uses for such wastes, such as turning them into fertilizers that we can use back on plants.

Ember Is Back With A New Temperature Controllable Ceramic Mug
Last year you might recall a company called Ember that launched a smart coffee mug. This is a mug that allows users to control the temperature of the contents in the mug, meaning that you could technically keep your cup of coffee or tea hot all day (as long as the battery lasts). However the only drawback was its price and its size.

UberEATS Now Offers Restaurant Ratings And Dish Recommendations
While food delivery services aren’t new, the addition of UberEATS means that we have so many more options to choose from, and sometimes it can be overwhelming when you open the app and find yourself faced with an impossible choice, then there is also a problem of whether or not a restaurant could be good.

Mellow Is A Smart Sous Vide That Keeps Your Food Fresh
When it comes to sous vide machines for home use, there are plenty of options available to home cooks at the moment. For example there is the Anova sous vide, Joule, Sous Vide Supreme, and so on. However it looks like another company will be tossing their hat into the ring with a sous vide called the Mellow.

This Smart Fork Will Make Eating Ramen More Dignified
If you’ve never been to Japan, you might want to take note that when eating noodles such as ramen, it is actually encouraged that we slurp our noodles, which some claim enhances the flavor of the noodles (similar to sniffing your wine before drinking it). Of course such behavior outside of Japan is typically seen as rude, so if you’d rather not get stared at, or if you’re particularly self-conscious, […]

Shake Shack’s New York City Kiosk Will Be Going Cashless
Going to a fast food outlet and ordering your meal is pretty standard. You go up to the counter, you tell the person behind the counter what you want, pay for it, collect your food, and you’re good to go. However in recent times many companies are starting to look to different models, and Shake Shack is one of them.

SousVide Supreme Touch+ Makes Cooking More Hi-Tech
The thing about more traditional methods of cooking is that for those who aren’t as experienced, it is very easy to overcook a nice piece of steak, or undercook a piece of fish. This is where sous vide comes in, where the idea is that by cooking food at a slow and constant temperature, it will allow you to reach the optimal doneness without worry about over or undercooking.