Posts by Courtney Hecktus

The Perfect Finish: Mini Pumpkin Muffins

In light of Canadian Thanksgiving this weekend, this little recipe has been brought to you with the classic food coma in mind. As the later months start to roll in, we here at Tech and Burgers are more than aware of the delicious meals we’re expected to divulge in for most of the hibernating seasons. (We accept the challenge.) However, we are also aware that these beloved meals (which may

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Canning: A How-To for a New Hobby

One of the really great projects people embrace during the fall season is that of canning. Canning is the practice of preserving food, and it is a great way to store delicious fall flavors through the later months and colder seasons. When decorated they even make really great gifts! Canning can be quite the process, but the effort always pays off when you can open a sweet new jar of

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Pumpkin Recipes: You know You Want to

And so, sweet summer has left us yet again. And while this may sound like bad news, this colorful season means the sweet, comforting taste of our favorite fall fruit is back. Ladies and gentlemen I give you: The Pumpkin!  Who can resist all of the delicious looking drinks and snacks celebrating the classic Jack-o-Lantern? Here are 3 of the most delicious recipes to help you ring in this cozy

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The Emoji: A New Batch is Baking

Have you ever been looking frantically through your emoji list for an image that perfectly summed up what you were thinking or trying to say? Perhaps you wanted something to represent that beautiful new dish you just created, or something to finish off your best new joke? Whatever your case or conversation is, sometimes the perfect emoji that you’re thinking of just doesn’t exist yet. But that may not be

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The Foodini: Would you Print your Palette?

A while back I talked about the technology behind 3D printing; the process of layering materials to build 3D figures out of things like rubbers, metals and of course paper. (If you haven’t read it, go check it out!) Within the article I briefly mentioned the idea of using the 3D printer to create food, and recent tech news has brought me back to this super tasty idea. So what

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