Bonny Wolf http://tpr.org en Kitchens Of The Future Will Really Know How To Cook http://tpr.org/post/kitchens-future-will-really-know-how-cook Kitchens are getting smarter.<p>Some refrigerators can let you know when the door is open, or if the milk is past its sell-by date. They make ice at night during less expensive, off-peak energy hours. There are dishwashers that can contact a repairman.<p>It probably won't be long before you can become Facebook friends with your microwave.<p>The first microwave oven — the Radarange — weighed 750 pounds and was bought by a Cleveland restaurant in 1947 for $3,000. Later home models had a pull-out box for recipe cards. Paper recipe cards. Sun, 18 Aug 2013 10:41:00 +0000 Bonny Wolf 16860 at http://tpr.org Kitchens Of The Future Will Really Know How To Cook Wild Turkeys Gobble Their Way To A Comeback http://tpr.org/post/wild-turkeys-gobble-their-way-comeback Wild turkeys and buffalo have more in common than you might guess. Both were important as food for Native Americans and European settlers. And both were nearly obliterated.<p>There were a couple of reasons for the turkey's decline. In the early years of the U.S., there was no regulation, so people could shoot as many turkeys as they liked. And their forest habitat was cut down for farmland and heating fuel. Without trees, turkeys have nowhere to roost. So they began to disappear.<p>By the early 1900s, there were only about 30,000 wild turkeys left in the whole country. Sun, 11 Nov 2012 10:45:00 +0000 Bonny Wolf 1579 at http://tpr.org Wild Turkeys Gobble Their Way To A Comeback