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ACME — Karly Wentzloff has been cooking dinner since she was a little girl.

The 36-year-old Acme real estate agent started out helping her mom in the kitchen.

“And as I got to be a teenager, my mom went back to school and became an accountant, so during tax season … I would cook dinner and on weekends my mom and I would try out new recipes,” she says.

In graduate school, Wentzloff worked at a small farm that grew greens in hoophouses and as a result, became involved in the Ann Arbor food scene. After that, she moved to

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Kitchen robot in Riga cooks up new future for fast food

A pasta order comes in and the robotic arm springs into action at the Roboeatz eatery in Riga. After five minutes of gyrations, a piping hot plate is ready.

The Riga cafe, located under a crumbling concrete bridge, is designed in such a way that customers can observe the robotic arm at work.

It also has a seating area, although most customers prefer take away since vaccination certificates are required to be able to eat indoors in Latvia.

A Roboeatz app allows customers to order and pay for their dish before picking it up at the cafe.

“The food tasted

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Ina Garten’s Go-To Food Processor Is My Favorite Kitchen Appliance, and It’s Available on Amazon

Ina Garten portrait and a Cuisinart food processor

Ina Garten portrait and a Cuisinart food processor

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Food processors are a great tool to have in your kitchen arsenal. They can slice and dice ingredients for mise en place, whip sauces and dips together, and mix pastry doughs. But they take up a lot of storage space and can be expensive, so finding the right one is key. Luckily, the Cuisinart model Ina Garten uses in her own kitchen is no secret, and it’s been my go-to appliance for years.

The Cuisinart Pro Custom 11 comes with everything most

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‘Spaghetti Hack’ Putting Sauce Directly on Kitchen Counter Enrages Internet

A viral video of a “spaghetti hack” has angered thousands online after the bizarre clip recommended mixing the food on top of your kitchen counter.

The video was re-shared online by YouTuber Jarvis Johnson in a popular tweet poking fun at the hack being suggested. At the time of publication, the cooking video has been viewed 1.9 million times on Twitter and has over 17,000 likes.

Although it was shared by Johnson, the clip actually originates from Facebook creator couple “Joe and Lisa,” who have over 25,000 likes on the social media platform.

For most people the hardest part of

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