The Wonders of 5G Beamforming

Imagine you’re thrown overboard on an ocean cruise in the middle of the night. The alarm is raised but the only way to find you is to flood the entire ocean around the ship with powerful lights: fore and aft, ...

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Classic Vegan Zucchini Bread

Why this is my favorite vegan zucchini bread Here’s what I love about this quickbread: simplicity. It’s pretty much a one bowl recipe. No complicated steps, as with this pumpkin chocolate marble loaf. No mix-ins aside from the zucchini, though ...

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5G for Good: Innovate for New Value

Centering on the new value and opportunities that 5G will create, Huawei’s 5G for Good Summit wrapped up last week after opening the door further on the many possibilities of 5G, including: 5G and 5 Drivers that will Reshape Industry ...

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Balsamic Grilled Vegetable Burgers

Balsamic grilled vegetable burger tips Marinate overnight If you’re in a rush, it won’t hurt to marinate the vegetables here for only a few hours. But if you have the time, I recommend allowing them to marinate overnight. The veggies ...

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Vegan Peanut Butter Cereal Bites

My Favorite Sprouted O Cereal The O’s in this case are the Sprouted Oat O’s from my favorite cereal maker, One Degree Organic Foods. I could go on and on about this brand and how much I love their products. ...

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Vegan Cherry Cobbler

Building a vegan cherry cobbler There are lots of different approaches to making cobbler. One is to create a topping with biscuit dough that’s been shaped into rounds (that’s what I do for this peach cornmeal cobbler). You can also ...

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Tangy Chili Lime Tempeh Tacos

Chili lime tempeh tips One of the ways to make tempeh more user friendly is to steam it before marinading or cooking it. I do this sometimes, and I do think it makes a difference. But it’s another step, and ...

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The Best Vegan Strawberry Scones

Ingredients for a perfect vegan scone Scone consistency is someplace in between biscuits and cake. Scones are supposed to be somewhat crumbly and layered, but they’re usually softer and more tender than a traditional, flaky biscuit. It probably won’t come ...

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