Onions form an integral part of many dishes worldwide. They add taste, texture and colour to dishes and can be found in most households’ kitchens across the UK, but many recipes call for half an onion or less, so what should you do with the other half?
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The rise in fresh-cut, pre-prepared fruit and vegetables is a blessing to the general public, especially those with disabilities, but many criticize the use of fresh-cut produce as ‘lazy cooking’.
They all make you cry, but have you ever wondered which onion to use in a particular situation?
Many consumers are confused about the difference between ‘use by’, ‘best before’ and ‘sell by’ dates, resulting in a huge amount of food waste.
M&P Engineering has recently returned from exhibiting at Fruit Logistica 2018 in Berlin. The exhibition covers all sectors of the fresh produce industry providing a complete picture of innovation, products and services.
Despite onions being a staple in most recipes and adding delicious flavours to dishes, they are renowned for causing tears in the kitchen as they are peeled and chopped.
As temperatures drop and the hours of daylight decrease, many gardeners abandon their gardens and wait for spring to harvest their winter growers, but January marks the best time to plant shallots.
M&P Engineering will be returning to exhibit at Fruit Logistica, Berlin from February 7th-9th. Fruit Logistica covers all sectors of the fresh produce industry and gives insight into the latest innovations, products and services for all stages through the international supply chain.
It’s exhibition time again for M&P Engineering! We are really excited to be exhibiting at the Potato Expo at the Rosen Shingle Creek in Orlando, Florida from the 10th to 12th January 2018.
As we get older, our arteries stiffen, resulting in greater blood pressure fluctuations. These fluctuations can increase the risk of stroke, heart problems and reduced kidney function – the leading causes of death among the elderly. So how can onions and garlic help?