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About The Kitchen

At a time where families are being pulled in all directions with their jobs, kids, practices, and meetings; family meal time has become a drive thru experience. The Kitchen is the answer for that problem. Serving delicious, fresh cooked daily meals from scratch ready to simply bring home and heat up.The Kitchen will spend its first year in operation working to stream line operations, expand our menu regionally, and proceed to market this concept as a franchise.

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The Kitchen Patents

The Kitchen has filed 41 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Cookware and bakeware
  • Cooking appliances
  • Cooking utensils
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6/23/2020

5/3/2022

Pumps, Cooking utensils, Fluid dynamics, Cookware and bakeware, Cooking appliances

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6/23/2020

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5/3/2022

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Pumps, Cooking utensils, Fluid dynamics, Cookware and bakeware, Cooking appliances

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Latest The Kitchen News

HAL’S KITCHEN: Don’t waffle, only available for limited time

May 14, 2022

Author of the article: McDonald's is now offering waffle fries and Winnipeg Sun columnist Hal Anderson couldnt wait to give them a try. McDonald's tweeted the news recently but Hal had to make two trips to the drive-thru near his home in south Winnipeg in order to give them a try. Photo by HAL ANDERSON /Winnipeg Sun Article content They’re a bit pricey at $4.39 (60 cents extra in a combo) but well worth it as far as I’m concerned. McDonald’s is now offering waffle fries and they’re really good. Mickey Dee’s tweeted the news recently but forgot to mention they wouldn’t be available until the next day so I had to make two trips to the drive-thru near my home in south Winnipeg in order to give them a try. Waffle fries are fairly common now but I’ve been a big fan since I first tried them at a sandwich shop up in Gimli many years ago. And while waffle fries are easier to find these days, it’s going to be difficult to track down better ones than what McDonald’s is currently serving. But let’s face it, even their regular fries are the best of the fast food chains, as long as they’re fresh. Also worth mentioning, at least one local McD’s is offering a $2 cheeseburger as its “Pothole Special.” Advertisement 2 HAL'S KITCHEN: Don't waffle, only available for limited time Back to video The McDonald’s south Osborne location near Winnipeg’s Confusion Corner is offering Winnipeggers a $2 cheeseburger as its “Pothole Special.” Photo by Michael Cheung /Winnipeg Sun CHOCOLATE CREAM COLD BREW I haven’t sampled it yet but Starbucks has a new beverage for summer. Chocolate Cream Cold Brew features Starbucks Cold Brew sweetened with vanilla syrup and topped with chocolate cream cold foam. “When creating this beverage, we wanted to bring our customers a drink that would transport them back to their favourite summer memories with each sip,” said Rosalyn Batingan of the Starbucks beverage development team. “The classic combination of coffee and chocolate is reminiscent of a chocolate milkshake or that last bit of melted chocolate ice cream on a warm summer day to recreate the sweet, creamy flavour of summers past.” FROZEN FRUIT ROLL-UPS It’s the latest TikTok food trend. To create the snack, just unroll Fruit Roll-Ups and put them in the freezer for a few hours. The finished product is a colourful and crunchy Fruit Roll-Up sheet. Some people take it to a whole other level by layering two Fruit Roll-Ups on top of each other and then using a cookie cutter to make a circle shape which you put in a taco stand to mold it into a shell. The shell is then filled with three small scoops of rainbow sherbert and topped with chamoy sauce, Tanjin seasoning and Nerds candy. Advertisement 3 Article content CHILI PEPPERS & CANCER Chili peppers could be the secret ingredient to beating cancer. Researchers at Marshall University say capsaicin, the substance that makes peppers hot and spicy, can also keep multiple forms of cancer from growing. The scientists say their biggest hurdle is figuring out the best way to deliver the capsaicin to patients. MEAT TAX Almost four in 10 people would support a meat tax. As meat prices spike due to higher inflation, a new survey says 37% favour a 10% tax on meat in an effort to cut consumption. Gen Zers, people under 25 years old, are the biggest supporters of this idea. Eating less meat would be better for the environment and potentially people’s health. Revenue from the tax would go to livestock farmers to diversify their business. Opponents of the idea worry about low-income communities where meat is easier to get and access to fresh fruit and vegetables is limited. Advertisement 4 Article content MOON FOOD For the first time ever, food has been grown in soil collected from the Moon. It’s like the plot of the 2015 movie “The Martian,” starring Matt Damon. The dirt dates back half a century to the Apollo missions. It’s a first step toward producing food and oxygen on the Moon during future space missions. Over the next decade, NASA’s Artemis program will lay the foundation for a sustainable colony on the lunar surface. The Moon would be used as a pit-stop on trips to Mars. Matt Damon portrays an astronaut who faces seemingly insurmountable odds as he tries to find a way to subsist on a hostile planet in The Martian. Photo by Photo Credit: Aidan Monaghan /Aidan Monaghan STRANGER THINGS DORITOS To celebrate the arrival of Stranger Things 4 on Netflix later this month, Doritos is out with a new flavour of tortilla chips. 3D Crunch Three Cheese brings together cheddar, Monterey jack and parmesan cheese in a three-dimensional bite. You can order them now at Doritos.com/StrangerThings. ST4 starts streaming on May 27. – Hal has written columns for years. He’s also the host of Connecting Winnipeg weekday mornings from 10 to noon on 680 CJOB. You can email him at Hal@HalAnderson.ca. Share this article in your social network Share this Story: HAL'S KITCHEN: Don't waffle, only available for limited time

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