Duncan Kinney Sponsors Families With Pressure Cookers

Duncan Kinney is proud to announce that we have donated between 550 and 600 Pressure Cookers to families all around Victoria. As an organisation, we wanted to give back to the local community – the very people who support us each year.

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VacMaster VP210 Review

Besides sealing food for sous vide cooking (sealed food is put into a water bath at a constant temperature, usually for around 72 hours, to achieve precise cooking) and keeping marinated food for a longer period of time, a chamber vacuum sealer could perform a lot more sealing tasks because of its way of vacuuming… Continue Reading →

Monday Morning Linkage [Linky]

-Former Deadspin editor Will Leitch’s article in NYMag on Twitter is competent and well-written. I know that’s not the heartiest endorsement but I did read the whole thing. -Alan Mutter at Reflections of a Newsosaur is teasing us with his plans on how newspapers can charge for news online. It’s a shame he’s jumped on… Continue Reading →

The Media Is Dying [Journalism 0.0]

If you don’t believe me just subscribe to themediaisdying twitter stream. It’s all there in 140 character dribs and drabs. Graduating j-student Alvin Chang wants people to get real. “I went to a job fair recently. One recruiter greeted students by saying, “How may I discourage you today?” Another said, “I don’t know why we’re… Continue Reading →

#yyc blogs [Bloggy]

In the process of my last post I came up with an idea. A blog aggregator of Calgary based blogs. Similar to Alberta Blogs, but not as lame and not as broken. The only prerequisite to join this amazing service would be a link back. The basic format would see a blog roll on the side… Continue Reading →