The Future of Farming

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Over the next two decades, a technological wave will revolutionize the efficiency of farms all over the world. It can’t come soon enough. By the year 2050 the human population will be nearly 10 billion—which means we’ll need to have doubled the amount of food we now produce. This is an examination of the agricultural […]

From Cask to Bottle with Colin Hampden-White: Fermentation | INSEEC Wine & Spirit Institute

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Scotland: known for its natural beauty and enduring mysteries – one of the greatest being the secrets of whisky-making passed down from generation to generation for hundreds of years amongst its winding scenery. In the last episode, we found out how mashing transforms malted barley seeds into a thick, sugary and frothy mixture known as […]

Australian Wine Unmatched: Raw Power

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Here we go! Swirl. Smell. Taste. TARAS: Spit it out. That’s it. I drank some. We’re in trouble now. (UPBEAT MUSIC) I’m Taras Ochota. I’ve got a little winery called Ochota Barrels. I had a misspent youth playing in punk bands and I sort of love that edginess and sort of play the top string […]

$17 Fried Chicken Vs. $500 Fried Chicken

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– Oh look who it is. Andrew! Andrew! – How did you find me? – It is the day. The day we’ve all been waiting for. Fried chicken. – Fried chicken. – Fried chicken. – Let’s eat that fried chicken. – Alrighty. – Alrighty. – Today, okay. We are in New York City, baby. Today […]

Red wine apple gremolata and caramel apple butter carrots

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We are back in Sunnyside at Bon Vino’s, a friendly local spot with a unique and fresh breakfast and lunch menu. The ingredients that the chef uses. Everything is fresh. It’s one of the places in town that have a good variety of food. We try to add a little more to the community and […]

10 Years of Only Hard Work Slowly Starts Paying Off | DailyVee 571

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– The only two things you have, the only thing you have to think about when building a business around your passion, is what do you need, not what you’re hoping for. Because if you figure out what you need … (upbeat music) You got your perspective. I just wanna be happy, don’t you wanna […]

Liquor store employees speak after shooting robbery suspect

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COVERING NEWS THAT MATTERS. FOX23 NEWS AT 5 STARTS NOW. I DON’T FEEL LIKE A HERO. IT SURE SOUNDS LIKE IT. AND ACCUSED GUNMEN THREATENING THEM AND OTHERS. THESE WOMEN WERE SO BRAVE. WE TOLD YOU LAST WEEK WHEN THEY SHOT A SUSPECT SEVERAL TIMES DURING A ROBBERY AND FORCED — NEAR FOREST ACRES LIQUOR. […]

City Steam Innocence – Fairgrounds Wine and Spirits

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There you are! Welcome back to FairgroundsTV. I’m your host, Peter Moeller. Today we have something from Bloomfield, Connecticut, right in my back yard in the State of Connecticut. This is City Steam Innocence. It is 7.5 percent alcohol. It is considered an extra IPA, an extra India Pale Ale. Met the brewer slash owner, […]

How To Cook Oxtails – Easy Oxtails and Gravy Recipe

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what everybody this is Lyle no hippie BBQ when every Megan today is gonna be some southern style braised oxtails this recipe is in collaboration with another YouTube channel that many of you guys already follow name of that channel is daddy cooks I’m gonna leave a link to that channel not part of both […]

Modern Shakespearean Sonnet 83. Watching The Damned in a Wine-bar in Hong Kong, 2012. Andrew Barker.

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Hi, I’m Andrew Barker. This is “Modern Shakespearean Sonnet Number 83: Watching The Damned in a Wine-bar in Hong Kong, 2012. The tables, chairs were moved they’d made a stage/ And shirt free mosh-pit where we’d sent back whites/ Too tart of taste, sufficiently well-aged/ But lacking theme, but those were other nights./ Past sixty-years […]