Food Delivery Option is Now on Facebook

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Have you ever giving out “thumbs” for delicious food photography on social networking sites? Don’t you want to actually taste those delicious food? Now, a powerful data analysis social media, Facebook, has added food delivery option on its social networking site. Aiming to fill out the gap between social and utilitarian, utilizing the advanced target advertising strategy in food delivery market could be a huge step forward in the restaurant industry. Business can now market its brand image on social media and bring the food to the right foodie.

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Food Loves Tech: Touch The Food Chain Of Tomorrow, Today

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A collaboration with Vayner Media, this eats-of-tomorrow gathering in the Waterfront Tunnel in Manhattan will allow attendees to see, smell, touch and taste the food culture of the near future.

Food Loves Tech is your chance to walk up to vertical farms, taste-test crickets, review dozens of food system apps, and talk to the inventors behind juicebots and beerbots, food computers for your home, and smart kitchens that listen to your food.

 

Event details are as follows:

Food Loves Tech
June 11–12, 2016
The Waterfront
241 11th Ave (at 27th St), NYC

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Piping Hot or Chilled, Carrot Soup with Spice

Carrots are a kitchen workhorse. They’re second only to onions as one of the most common ingredients in our savory, and occasionally sweet, recipes.  They go in our salads, stews and soups. We eat them raw with dip, roast them, or quickly sauté them for dinner.

Spiced Carrot Soup with Lime is a recipe that moves away from the traditional, one-dimensional, sweet, thick carrot soup.  Using a technique known as tarka in Indian cuisine, cumin and mustard seeds are sizzled in coconut oil, adding extra flavor.  Ingredients needed for this creation include coconut oil, medium onions, chopped ginger, minced garlic, turmeric, coriander, cayenne, salt, young carrots, daikon radish, mustard seeds, cumin seeds, serrano pepper, cilantro leaves and lime wedges.

This soup may be served hot from the pot for dinner, or it may be served chilled during the day.  It is best with young, long and slender carrots, which are considered fresher and tastier than the carrots from jumbo bags.

Carrots are a vegetable with many health benefits, including the improvement of vision.  Carrots are rich in beta-carotene, which is converted into vitamin A in the liver.  Vitamin A is transformed in the retina, to rhodopsin, a purple pigment necessary for night vision.  Beta-carotene has also been shown to protect against macular degeneration and senile cataracts.  Carrots also help prevent cancer, slow down aging, promote healthier skin, and help prevent infection.

Now is a good time of year to enjoy just-harvested new-crop carrots.  So let’s get cooking!

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