Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Coffee and Engineering Education

Coffee and Engineering Education, The App Review: OrganizEat, 4th & Heart Ghee Butter Madagascar Vanilla Bean is a HIT!

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November 9, 2016
 
 
 

I went to an engineering university undergrad, but never had a project like this. 

William Ristenpart and Tonya Kuhl, two engineering professors at the University of California, Davis, were faced with a dilemma, students have been dropping out after a steady diet of mathematics in the first years of college. 

Kuhl told NPR he "had the idea of taking apart a Mr. Coffee coffeemaker" to study how the designers solved the small-scale engineering challenge of brewing coffee." But the concept became bigger than coffee. It dawned on Ristenpart that every aspect of coffee-making matched a major topic in the chemical engineering curriculum, from the chemical reactions of roasting, to mass transfer (when hot water extracts oils and flavor compounds from coffee grounds), and fluid dynamics, which control the flow of hot water and steam

 
the lempert report
The App Review: OrganizEat
Each week we review a food related app. This week it’s OrganizEat - recipe organizer & keeper cookbook box – find out what the Lempert Report thought.

What it says it does: Eliminate those stacks of cookbooks and recipe organizers from your kitchen when you store your favorite recipes in the OrganizEat Recipe Organizer. This handy app lets you keep all your favorite recipes organized right on your iPhone. Use this app to keep Grandma's secret recipes stored, or use it to organize your own custom recipes. Simply snap a photo of your recipe and it's ready for you to view. The app keeps your recipes organized by category, and you can tag each dish for easy searching. Share your recipes with friends with the email, Facebook, and Twitter share buttons. Read our full review.

Phil's Food reviews
4th & Heart Ghee Butter Madagascar Vanilla Bean is a HIT!
2016 is turning into the year of Ghee. The aroma and taste of the Madagascar vanilla is mouthwatering. This Ghee butter is made from milk from grass-fed hormone-free cows and is a much healthier alternative to regular butter with just 45 calories per teaspoon, 5 grams of fat, no sugars, no sodium. Watch my full review.
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