Woah! I've just seen what Mark Zuckerberg has done. See the short clip below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGLPxEv_EWo It's scary that a non-human intelligent being can do so much. Well, if it's legal, mega safe and free, I would love to have a Jarvis that does the following things; Save my shopping list as I go along. The … Continue reading My type of Jarvis
This quote from St. Francis of Assisi is short and sweet. Giving is rewarding especially if directed towards those who cannot reciprocate. Stray cats and dogs have long been considered as vulnerable and needy. They endure all kinds of weather, while food and water are not always guaranteed. Being creatures who feel affection, they live … Continue reading “For it is in giving that we receive”
An idea generation workshop was hosted at MCAST focusing on sustainability and innovation in the food and beverage industry. This workshop was part of Climate-KIC, a public private partnership funded by the EU which brings together businesses, public entities, entrepreneurs and students. Paragon Europe has guided a local consortium based on the knowledge triangle of business, research … Continue reading Rethinking Food Production
Oranges and lemons! I'm sure you've heard or sang the English nursery rhyme. Well, it's the season for citrus fruits, nature's way to say "I'm still the best". It is believed that the Arabs introduced citrus trees in Malta during their domain. Three villages in the central part of Malta (Lija, Attard and Balzan) are … Continue reading What do the bells of St. Clement’s say?
Ginger quotes and jokes are often linked to fair-haired humans or cats. But this isn't a blog about redheads or pets. I'm a tea lover and ginger is definitely a must in our kitchen since I discovered its pungent and sharp aroma. Associated with beer, asian foods and the Gingerbread man, the origins of this … Continue reading Ginger – not just about redheads
Over the past few months I have been experimenting in my humble home kitchen various pastry recipes. It all started when I started following the Italian reality show "Il Piu Grande Pasticcere". The world famous Italian pastry chefs hosting the show inspired me to discover more. I spent years studying the production and processing of … Continue reading Food preparation | Chantilly Cream