[Reporter : ] I’ve always imagined the future homes being more self sufficient and it looks like we have two stories from different parts of the globe showing just that.And it’s always good to have stories dealing with good food.This time we are speaking Middle Eastern Cuisines.[Reporter : ] Looks like more people in the UK are smitten with exotic spices from the Middle East.
Soon Middle Eastern feast in London kitchen will not be an unfamiliar sight anymore.More and more dishes like tahini are prepared at homes or served in restaurants in Britain.Recipes for Middle Eastern dishes frequently appear in newspapers and magazines.A growing number of Brits are learning to use ingredients like zaatar and summac to cook up an international feast at home.Some stalls in markets of London even sell ready made mezze salads with humus.Around 40 fresh mezze are offered here as well.Many food connoisseurs believe that it’s only a matter of time before more shops will offer Middle Eastern ingredients and more restaurants that offer Middle Eastern cuisines pop up.
A recently unveiled 3D map of New York showed a scaled version of every office, apartment, house, street and tree.The purpose of the map was to show building owners how they can take advantage of solar energy.An world wide web application grants people to type in their address to find out how much it will cost to outfit solar panels on their rooftops.Not only that, it will also show how much money the owners will save over time.This particular map was created by Sean Ahearn, a professor in the Geography Department at the City University of New York’s Hunter College.He believes that this map may provide the first step in turning dreams of solar energy for homes in the city a reality.The Light Detection and Ranging technology or LiDAR was used to create the 3D map.Airplane flyovers mapped every inch of the city with incredible accuracy.
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