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RM Palmer Co. is still sweet at 70 (VIDEO, PHOTO GALLERY) After serving in World War II, Richard M. Palmer Sr. returned to his hometown of Reading and began making candy in his kitchen. In 1948, he secured a $25,000 investment - equivalent to about $245,000 today - and purchased some used equipment and [...]
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Critical remotely exploitable Schneider bug threatens industrial plants Security firm Tenable issued an warning today about a critical vulnerability affecting Schneider Electric's InduSoft Web Studio and InTouch Machine Edition, two software products deployed across the globe in water, manufacturing, oil and gas [...]
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The Making of Mo Bamba The former Texas center has as much potential as any prospective NBA draft lottery pick, but to reach it he will have to remake his game and his body. That means tons of jumpers, thousands of calories, intense workouts, and even the random game of chess. [...]
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“We talk about the history of the company, and how they got started, [and] we have a lot of the historic buildings that were used to make gun powder,” said Hagley marketing manager Jessica Eisenbrey. “We have a historic machine shop where they would have fixed the machines. The cannon firing helps transport visitors back through time to witness fully authentic sights, sounds, and smells of the time period, and see how the product DuPont was creating then would have been used and how it affected all the senses. The cannon firing event features utilizing an "open dish", a signal cannon, and a tester cannon--three different ways the powder was used. “They talk about black powder, and they see how we make black powder,” said Steve Patton, “so we put it all together and show what happens when you.
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And it has taken her straight to the top 24. Lukman said it was a mystery to her when she first created the golden ball. “ I was actually just, like, experimenting with chocolate and suddenly this. “I’ve chosen to make the golden ball today because of its simplicity on the outside, but when you crack the ball open, it bursts out with textures and flavours. I really want it. This is my dream, and I’m going for it. I making the golden ball today. “The golden ball was a milk chocolate ball, coloured with golden dust, with a mixture of cream cheese and mascarpone, peppered with fresh raspberries, popping candy, mint, biscuit pieces and caramelised white chocolate. “It’s a raspberry mint jelly, two-cheese mousse - mascarpone and cream cheese. A bit of burnt white chocolate, chocolate shards with French crepes and popping candies, raspberry coulis and edible flowers.
Michael “Mickey” Kienitz, Madison’s globetrotting photographer, and his friend, the drone, were in Ecuador earlier this month, capturing astonishing images of how cacao beans for chocolate are grown and harvested in the Amazon rain forest.Only one of them came back.Happily, it was Kienitz. His drone — an unmanned aerial vehicle, equipped with a small, swiveling video camera — which had been acting strange in the Amazon’s heat and humidity, drifted off one day and never returned.It wasn’t a...
ELM SPRINGS, AR-- - A local chocolate company is bringing more jobs to a small Northwest Arkansas town.Kyya chocolate has been doing business in Elm Springs for almost three years."The nib which is the meat, is about 50-percent cocoa, 50-percent cocoa butter," owner of Kyya Chocolate Rick Boosey said.Rick Boosey has been hands on with Kyya Chocolate since day one."We made a bunch of bad chocolate at the beginning," Boosey said.He said the idea started after a trip to Uganda. His family...
Once upon a time, serious coffee nerds bought French presses. We used to call them plungers in my family, and we brought them out at the end of every meal. My parents shelled out for pre-ground beans in little foil packets from the supermarket, instead of using instant coffee from a jar. I remember once going to a shop that ground fresh beans for us in a giant mill – it smelt amazing. Back then, fancy cafes even gave you your own little French press to use at the table.Then the espresso...
Machine learning is one of the hottest trends in technology today. In fact, Gartner put machine learning at the peak of its most recent Hype Cycle for Emerging Technology. And the firm has predicted that by 2020, artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, including machine learning "will be virtually pervasive in almost every new software product and service."According to IDC, organizations will spend $12.5 billion on AI systems in 2017. That's a huge 59.3 percent increase over 2016 levels,...