Uber is the latest company to try delivering food to people’s homes with robots.Related video above: COVID-19 accelerates food delivery robot offeringsThe company, which has long claimed that automation is key to its future profitability, is launching two test programs to deliver Uber Eats in greater Los Angeles this month, including four-wheeled robots that roll on sidewalks for short trips as well as self-driving cars for longer distances.Starting Monday Uber Eats customers will be given the option to have their meals delivered by one of the robots, rather than a traditional human delivery. Customers will receive instructions in the Uber … Read More
Who doesn’t get a sweet tooth, at least once in awhile, for a sweet onion? That thick slice of Rockies-purple red onion on a burger at Coors Field? Sweets cooked slowly and forever into a jam-like confit, sweeter than any that regular onions could make?
It’s well-nigh impossible to think of a cuisine anywhere that doesn’t use onions, but sweet onions are special. (They also are a wee percentage of the world crop.) Many sweets sell in Colorado, such as Washington’s Walla Walla, Hawaii’s Maui, that Rockies-purple Red Bermuda or even our own state’s Colorado Sweet, available here most years
When Jason Lee and Makoto Tokuyama started planning their new restaurant, the world was a very different place. The pair say having a joint venture has been a dream of theirs since they cooked together as junior chefs 20 years ago – but it wasn’t until 2019 that they set that dream in motion.
In April they opened Waku Waku, an elegant contemporary Japanese restaurant in East Auckland’s upmarket Remuera village.
It takes a bit of hunting to find – off the street, down an alley and around the corner inside the 1050 Remuera precinct at 415 Remuera Road. It
A new program has taken root in the Mining District this summer which aims to teach community members how to grow organic, healthy foods through workshops, demonstrations and network-building. The program, ¡Sembrando Salud!, is offered by the Center of Southwest Culture in Albuquerque, and was brought to Bayard by Greciendo Nuevo Mexico, a project of the center.
“This program centers around organic gardening,