Hi! I'm Dane Carlson, and welcome to the Business Opportunities Weblog. I've been publishing this website, by myself, and sometimes with the help of others for over twelve years now. You'll notice two things about this site right away:
Among recent releases from his lab: the Habanada pepper, a mild habanero that still packs a powerful flavor punch; the Farmer’s Daughter melon, which tastes a little like pear and slips off the vine when ripe; and the black-spined white Salt and Pepper cucumber, which has garnered awards for its unexpectedly sweet flavor.
For years, if you wanted illegal drugs in New York City, you’d get the number of an anonymous dealer who would show up at your location with the goods.
Eugene Fernandez calls his ice cream “homemade,” but that’s not quite accurate — “cone made” is more like it.
An archaeologist from Wallsend [UK] has unearthed an innovative new business idea to help children and adults get a taste of North East history.
What’s the legal drinking age in dog years?
ZeroCater founder and CEO Arram Sabeti moved to the Bay Area after becoming a bit obsessed with Paul Graham’s essays.
A year ago, Carter made a teddy bear cake for a baby shower.
Need a new idea for a restaurant?
The newest 3-D food printer, now being honed at Cornell Creative Machines Lab, can produce: tiny space shuttle-shaped scallop nuggets; and cakes or cookies that, when you slice into them, reveal a special message buried within, like a wedding date, initials (image below) or a corporate logo.
Don’t bother going to Jan Bredack’s new Berlin (Germany) supermarket if you’re looking for any of the following items: meat, fish, milk, eggs, honey, leather or wool.