Plasma Cutting A Coffee Roaster, Texas Sheet Cake and A Salmon Lunch Bento

A round-up of tasty morsels from Valley food blogs.

Acme Metal Works
Tom Eckholdt uses a plasma cutter to separate the roasting bowl from the upper ring
We've been enjoying following Joe Johnston's love affair with coffee via his online documentary, The Roaster Project. His latest post shares the plasma cutting work that Acme Metal Works in Gilbert did to the roasting bowl of the coffee roasting amaze-machine.

Scarletta Bakes
Glazed Texas Sheet Cake
How about a little chocolate cake with your coffee? Everybody needs a good Texas Sheet Cake recipe and Meagan from Scarletta Bakes looks like she has a winner. We think she'd make J.R. Ewing and Matthew McConaughey proud. If you haven't been on the blog lately you have to scroll through previous posts for some super clever Arizona-style baked goods like Candied Jicama Breakfast Muffins and Pinyon Sandies.

Lunch Bucket Bento
We were happy to see a post from Lunch Bucket Bento; there hasn't been one since February and the light and summery salmon with grapefruit and fennel salad was a nice intro to hot weather lunch ideas.

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Plasma cutting is a process that is used to cut steel andother metals of different thicknesses (or sometimes other materials)using a plasma torch. You have implement this technique in very goodphase. I like this post. this is very interesting.  structural engineering


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Interesting post you have made. I liked it so much. Thanks for sharing. 

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