The sausage is one of mankind's first-ever designed food items. A paragon of efficient butchery, it was originally conceived to make the most of animal protein in times of scarcity. Now, in these times when protein is once again in short supply, a molecular chef, a master butcher, and a designer have teamed up to reinvent the sausage, ready for the challenges of the future.
Now, in these times when protein is once again in short supply, a molecular chef, a master butcher, and a designer have teamed up to reinvent the sausage, ready for the challenges of the future.
Author: Carolien Niebling
Publisher: Lars Müller Publishers
Category: Cooking (Sausages)
Talking pancreases, fake superhero trials, God-like insurance salesmen, teenaged congressgirls, bovine genealogists, sausage lore, the forgotten history of the American canine electorate, and gynecological street gangs all guest star in this ode to the vortex of weird that we call twenty-first century America. Bowen Craig, author of Keeping Away From the Joneses, explores the stranger aspects of modern life through the lens of an aging pirate. Four out of five mental patients agree that A Look To The Future Through The Eyes of an Eighty Year Old Pirate is a "...book...read...good."
as sausages, men sword fighting with sausage links, men throwing sausage
patties for distance. ... on his Sausage Lecture Series, Kyle spent most of his time
in the board room making high-level decisions and deciding the future of
Author: Bowen Craig
This book predicts the decline of today's professions and describes the people and systems that will replace them. In an Internet society, according to Richard Susskind and Daniel Susskind, we will neither need nor want doctors, teachers, accountants, architects, the clergy, consultants, lawyers, and many others, to work as they did in the 20th century. The Future of the Professions explains how 'increasingly capable systems' - from telepresence to artificial intelligence - will bring fundamental change in the way that the 'practical expertise' of specialists is made available in society. The authors challenge the 'grand bargain' - the arrangement that grants various monopolies to today's professionals. They argue that our current professions are antiquated, opaque and no longer affordable, and that the expertise of the best is enjoyed only by a few. In their place, they propose six new models for producing and distributing expertise in society. The book raises important practical and moral questions. In an era when machines can out-perform human beings at most tasks, what are the prospects for employment, who should own and control online expertise, and what tasks should be reserved exclusively for people? Based on the authors' in-depth research of more than ten professions, and illustrated by numerous examples from each, this is the first book to assess and question the relevance of the professions in the 21st century.
Next, consider that a machine is invented to automate the preparation of
sausages, and does so more productively and at ... The former sausage-
preparers might stay unemployed if they cannot cut their wages to compete with
the machines or ...
Author: Richard Susskind
Publisher: OUP Oxford
Category: Business & Economics
Exploring how design can be used for good—prompting self-reflection, igniting the imagination, and affecting positive social change. Good design provides solutions to problems. It improves our buildings, medical equipment, clothing, and kitchen utensils, among other objects. But what if design could also improve societal problems by prompting positive ideological change? In this book, Bruce and Stephanie Tharp survey recent critical design practices and propose a new, more inclusive field of socially minded practice: discursive design. While many consider good design to be unobtrusive, intuitive, invisible, and undemanding intellectually, discursive design instead targets the intellect, prompting self-reflection and igniting the imagination. Discursive design (derived from “discourse”) expands the boundaries of how we can use design—how objects are, in effect, good(s) for thinking. Discursive Design invites us to see objects in a new light, to understand more than their basic form and utility. Beyond the different foci of critical design, speculative design, design fiction, interrogative design, and adversarial design, Bruce and Stephanie Tharp establish a more comprehensive, unifying vision as well as innovative methods. They not only offer social criticism but also explore how objects can, for example, be used by counselors in therapy sessions, by town councils to facilitate a pre-vote discussions, by activists seeking engagement, and by institutions and industry to better understand the values, beliefs, and attitudes of those whom they serve. Discursive design sparks new ways of thinking, and it is only through new thinking that our sociocultural futures can change.
Figure 23.20 Mortadella with vegetables is a sausage with a pleasant , mild flavor
, which goes well with the delicate flavor of vegetables The Future Sausage
encourages reflection and discourse around food consumption . Niebling writes ...
Author: Bruce M. Tharp
Publisher: MIT Press
( b ) SAUSAGES . REPORT 71 .-- Blood sausage , prepared at home . In 1912 , at
Lowell , Mass . , two men , one woman , and one girl developed typical symptoms
of botulism after eating homemade blood sausages , which were “ boiled in ...
Author: Herbert Hamilton Wagenhals
The editorial crew of an unruly publication for college students tracks down the famous, the infamous and the strange in this unique collection of interviews. An indie musician is worshiped as a god in the South Seas. Hunter S. Thompson conducts what may have been his last interview with the press. Is the Grateful Dead's Bob Weir an anarchist or a monarchist? Will Elvira, Mistress of the Night, save the Sea Monkeys? Will the mad Dr. Steel succeed in building his Utopian Playland? Will the university where The Lizardman studied philosophy ever give him the recognition he deserves? Why did Insectavora stop eating bugs and change her name? Finally, will they all fall victim to the Curse of the Black Widow Journalist? Everyone from Gaitskill to Guster is interviewed in this engaging and enlightening tome by T. Virgil Parker, Jessica Hopsicker, and Carri Anne Yager.
WG: Well, I would find that spookier if I had been believing all along that those
sort of dystopian themes in science fiction were about some sort of vision of the
future. I think they were actually like being perceived in the past when that stuff
Author: T. Virgil Parker
Publisher: First Books
Sausage manufacture: principles and practice provides a concise and authoritative guide to manufacturing high-quality products for the consumer. It begins by considering issues of definition and the market trends which determine how consumers define quality. The book then discusses product formulation, describing the essential recipe information for the main types of sausage. The chapter also includes the calculations required for mandatory product labelling in the EU. Chapter 4 reviews the key stages in production from raw material procurement through chopping, filling and cooking to storage and distribution. Building on this foundation, the following chapter outlines good practice in safety and quality assurance. The final chapter reviews recent product development and novel products such as organic, vegetarian and low fat sausages which have emerged to meet changing consumer requirements. The book concludes with a series of useful appendices listing permitted additives, sample quality assurance and HACCP systems documentation. Written by an experienced industry professional, Sausage manufacture: principles and practice is a standard guide to good practice for manufacturers. Provides a concise and authoritative guide to manufacturing high-quality sausage products for the consumer Discusses issues of definition, market trends, product formulation, and the calculations required for mandatory product labelling in the EU Reviews key stages in sausage production and outlines good practice in safety and quality assurance
However, changes in consumption trends driven by consumers' increasing
awareness of availability of choice provide ample new sausage development
opportunities. Knowing that the future of many food companies relates to new
Author: E Essien
Publisher: Woodhead Publishing
Category: Technology & Engineering
Casing cleaners and casing splitters prepare intestines to be made into sausage
casings, surgical thread, or violin strings. Butchers use knives, cleavers, and
saws to cut the meat into portions. Meat boners and poultry boners remove bones
Author: Facts on File, Inc. Staff
Publisher: Infobase Publishing
Finally, detailed answers to all (well, almost all) of life's most puzzling complexities. A magician sketches authentic blueprints to decipher and decode life's unexplainable hexes, hoaxes, and human curiosities. If your ancestors invented the Ferris Wheel, chances are you too would be intrigued with life's mysterious inner-workings. Such is the case for author, inventor, and magician Paul Ferris Osborne. Osborne demystifies everything from driving in America, to how to find the perfect burger, to how to cheat at golf, or win at NASCAR by following his intricately drawn blueprint diagrams. Consider a behind-the-facades look at a number of life's more elusive offerings, such as: Where to find Jimmy Buffet's Lost Shaker of Salt. The secrets behind ventriloquism, sawing a woman in half, the Magic 8 Ball, the Ouija Board, and more!
... The mystery of sausage, 7 – The perfect burger, 8 Houdini's straightjacket
explained, 10– How did David Copperfield ... How unicorns are born, 33 –
Nuclear reactor cleaning, 34 – The art of knife throwing, 35 – The future of fax
Author: Paul Ferris Osborne
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Box 2.1 The Strange Case of Sausages In March 1994, South Korea barred entry
of a shipment of frozen heat-treated pork sausages when the sausages were
arbitrarily reclassified and the legal shelf life was reduced from 90 to 30 days.
Author: Noland, Marcus
Publisher: Peterson Institute
* THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER * * Future-proof yourself and your business by reading this book * Technological advances have benefited our world in immeasurable ways, but there is an ominous flipside. Criminals are often the earliest, and most innovative, adopters of technology and modern times have led to modern crimes. Today's criminals are stealing identities, draining online bank-accounts and wiping out computer servers. It's disturbingly easy to activate baby cam monitors to spy on families, pacemakers can be hacked to deliver a lethal jolt, and thieves are analyzing your social media in order to determine the best time for a home invasion. Meanwhile, 3D printers produce AK-47s, terrorists can download the recipe for the Ebola virus, and drug cartels are building drones. This is just the beginning of the tsunami of technological threats coming our way. In Future Crimes, Marc Goodman rips open his database of hundreds of real cases to give us front-row access to these impending perils. Reading like a sci-fi thriller, but based in startling fact, Goodman raises tough questions about the expanding role of technology in our lives. Future Crimes is a call to action for better security measures worldwide, but most importantly, will empower readers to protect themselves against these looming technological threats - before it's too late.
People might balk if they fully understood the true nature of the exchange. So, to
paraphrase Otto von Bismarck, it's best for Google's customers if they don't see or
know quite how the sausage is made. But pulling back the curtain and studying ...
Author: Marc Goodman
Publisher: Random House
Category: True Crime
The art and secrets of making fermented sausages finally revealed. The majority of books written on making sausages do not tackle the subject of fermented sausages at all. The topic is limited to a statement that this is an advanced field of sausage making which is not recommended for an amateur sausage maker. Well, the main reason for writing this book was that the authors did not share this opinion. On the contrary, they believed that any hobbyist could make wonderful salami at home, if he only knew how. For thousands of years we have been making dry fermented sausages without any understanding of the process involved. Only in the past 60 years, sufficient advances were made in the field of meat science which explained the fermentation and drying of meats. Until then, the manufacturing process was shrouded in secrecy, and was more a combination of art and magic than a solid science. Highly technical papers were published in Food Technology journals, unfortunately these works were written in such difficult terms, that they were beyond the comprehension of the average sausage maker. Thus was born the idea of bridging the technology gap that existed between Meat Science and the requirements of the typical hobbyist making products at home. With more information obtainable every day, and commercial starter cultures available to the public, there is little reason to abstain from making quality salamis at home, regardless of the climate and outside conditions.
In The Art of Making Fermented Sausages readers are provided with detailed information about how to: Control meat acidity and removal of moisture; Choose proper temperatures for fermenting smoking and drying ; Understand and control ...
Author: Stanley Marianski
Publisher: Bookmagic LLC
Ruminations of a Catholic School Girl is a compendium of random thoughts on food, love, sex, shopping, marriage, divorce, death, rebirth, the existential vacuum and music through essays, notes passed in class, and diary entries. With vivid imagery and sardonic commentary, brings to life the story of a Boomer from Long Island, Gwen Patrick (the author's alter-ego), who loves shoes, Beaujolais, shopping, food and most of all - food, family and friends. Chronicling her life from her first experience with parochial school in the 60s through her son Zimmerman's high school years, it tells the story of a Long Island boomers experience and continuing journey.With references to Plutarch and Popeye, the Bible and Sex and the City, Jim Morrison, Joni Mitchell and Opera, Gwen's journey will resonate with women of any age - and men who understand the importance of having the right mustard for their pastrami.
Sausage. Festivals. When a case of Diet Coke exploded in our garage
refrigerator, in a spring cleaning frenzy, I asked ... a lot of crockery for future
celebrations...including a sausage casserole made with kielbasa, apples and
Author: Vicki Lindgren Rimasse
Publisher: First Edition Design Pub.
An understandable perspective on the types of space propulsion systems necessary to enable low-cost space flights to Earth orbit and to the Moon and the future developments necessary for exploration of the solar system and beyond to the stars.
In between these two regions, diverging B field lines shape a sort of magnetic ''
sausage'', pinched at the two ends by higher B (see Figure B.6). Plasma particles
must therefore spiral along the B field lines, moving either way towards the two ...
Author: Claudio Bruno
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Category: Technology & Engineering
A complete guide for demonstrating how to fillet, skin, dress and clean all types of popular fish and wild game. Choose from over 200 pages of recipes, complete with nutritional information for each one. This book is loaded with great photos and illustrations that inspire you and guide you to the perfect meal.
Sausages may he panfried or grilled. Wrap tightly and freeze any remaining
sausages for future use. Variation: Wild Turkey Sausage Patties: Prepare recipe
as directed above, except omit casings. Shape meat mixture evenly into patties.
Author: Creative Publishing Editors
Publisher: Creative Publishing International
Category: Sports & Recreation
Demystifying cosmetic surgery and its alternatives, this book explores the ins and outs of facial enhancement and antiaging techniques from the hottest procedures in Hollywood to the newest minimally invasive treatments and skin care. Based on Dr. Jacono’s professional experience and supported with scientific findings and medical research, the book covers everything from his approach in maintaining natural-looking beauty and the importance of balance to how to select a doctor and details of the procedures themselves. This well-informed yet readable resource includes thorough sections on topics such as optimizing skin-care regimens, injection treatments, hair restoration, types of face lifts, anesthesia, and cosmetic-surgery differences between men and women.
... the bump” procedure, 55 Renaissance artists, 9 Restylane, 5, 57—58, 44, 45,
51, 58 rhinoplasty closed, 126 ethnic, 127—128 for men, 155 nonsurgical, 50, 55
—56 open, 126 revision, 129—150 S sausage rolls, 150 Face of the Future.
Author: Andrew Jacono
Publisher: Addicus Books
Category: Health & Fitness
This study of the Mexican meat industry's resistance to American processing methods illustrates one of the popular origins of the Revolution of 1910 and how Mexican butchers preserved their traditional craft.
DeKay made his best sales pitch for the company ' s future profitability , but a
Commerce Department accountant , Antonio Phillipe Serrano , remained
skeptical . The doubts began when Serrano arrived at Peralvillo to examine the
books , only ...
Author: Jeffrey M. Pilcher
Publisher: UNM Press
Category: Business & Economics
I would extrapolate further and say my mind is what creates my fear, my worry, my
projections into the future about what I should do, because I might have this
happen, or this happen, ad infinitum. So where does love fit into this? Is Essence
Author: Corinna Borden
Publisher: Corinna Borden
Category: Hodgkin's disease
"Untold hysterical and historical stories about his 33 years serving New Hampshire and America." -- cover.
Andersen wrote that “selfish Manchester groups more interested in their own
immediate profits than the state's future welfare are demanding the Technical
Institute benefits mostly for themselves.” He went on: “Concord citizens need to
Author: Marshall Cobleigh
Publisher: Peter E. Randall Publisher
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Yet still some hopes of future luck remain In store - methinks I spy a War with
Spain . JACKSON ! too long thy Journal has been full Of Jews , of Duchesses , of
Wilkes and Bull ; And sure , although I think he seems to tune us , We've had ...