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What to Do with Leftover Wine

<i>Inspired by conversations on the Food52 Hotline, we're sharing tips and tricks that make navigating all of our kitchens easier and more fun.</i><p><i>Today: So you popped the cork on too many bottles this holiday season (who didn't?) -- here's what to do with all that wine when it's no longer good enough to</i> …

Reporter's Notebook: 'What Part Of Sacred Don't You Understand?'

<i>Laurel Morales covers Indian Country as a reporter for NPR member station KJZZ from a base in Flagstaff, which is on the edge of the country's largest reservation.</i><p>The Paris auction of 27 sacred American-Indian items earlier this month marks just the latest in a series of conflicts between what …

Why Glaxo Won't Pay Doctors To Sell Its Drugs Anymore

Doctors talking up drugs to other doctors has been quite lucrative for pharmaceutical companies — and the physicians who moonlight as their salesmen.<p>Drugmakers learned long ago that deputized doctors were effective pitchmen. A doctor paid by a company to give a dinner speech or to chat over lunch …

Prices Are Low, And That Could Be Bad

2.<p>That's the number the Federal Reserve Board's policymakers wanted to see this year. Having an annual inflation rate of 2 percent would confirm that the U.S. economy is strengthening — workers are getting raises and companies are seeing enough customer demand to mark up prices.<p>But the 2 percent …

Health tourism boosts Thai economy

In just four years the amount of money medical tourists have spent in Thailand has more than doubled.<p>Last year the government launched a programme to make the country the Medical Hub of Asia by 2016.<p>Al Jazeera's Scott Heidler reports from Bangkok.

Nintendo experimenting with 'little experiences' on smartphones and tablets

Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime says the company is experimenting with "little experiences you can have on your smartphone or tablet," but mainly as a way to drive its customers and players back to Nintendo's own hardware.<p>In an interview with Seattle's KING 5 News, Fils-Aime …

US creates the most e-waste, cellphones top the heap

We've known for years about the growing volume of electronic waste, but a new UN study suggests that the situation is only getting worse -- and that the US is largely to blame. The organization says that Americans created the most e-waste in 2012, at 9.4 million metric tons. The country produced no …

Amazon’s Kindle Fire HDX tablets pose real threat to iPad dominance

Amazon's new HDX tablets are a huge technological leap beyond last year's models, but are still priced aggressively.<p>Amazon's first trick was selling a tablet so cheap, it was hard not to buy it, despite the shortcomings. Amazon's next trick was to build a second, larger tablet, to show it could …

The Power of the Introvert in Your Office

An interview with <b>Susan Cain</b>, author of <i>Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop Talking</i>.<p>DANA ROUSMANIERE: Welcome to the HBR IdeaCast from Harvard Business Review. I’m Dana Rousmaniere. Today we’re talking with Susan Cain, author of Quiet, The Power Of Introverts In A World That …

Are You an Introverted Boss?

Every time I’ve taken a Meyers-Briggs test, I score high on the introversion scale. As an introvert, I enjoy being by myself. I sometimes feel drained if I have to be in front of large groups of people I don’t know. After I’ve been in a social situation — including a long day at work — I need quiet …

Conspiracy theories: the science behind belief in secret plots

With constant revelations about government surveillance and possible impending war, this must be a fertile time for conspiracy theories.<p>You know when you put the bins out and you realise there's a bag in the corner that you'd forgotten about and you pick it up but it's so old it splits and you are …

Pot Pie

It doesn’t get much better than pot pie. It just doesn’t. It’s that brothy gravy…that golden, crisp crust…those tender, flavorful vegetables.<p>Gosh, …

A Unique Digital Music Service, For Locals Only

Iowa City librarian Jason Paulios pulls out his smartphone, enters his library-card number and begins downloading an album by local metal band Blizzard at Sea.<p>"So it's extracting now," he says, eyes on the screen. "It's at about 90 percent."<p>The download takes about five minutes to complete. Paulios …

22 Food Words You Might Be Pronouncing Wrong

Oh, gosh, I love kwin-oh-a!<p>A NOTE: In many of these cases there isn't one single, unquestionably correct way to say these words, so don't get too incensed if you truly believe that vegetable is called ON-deev; it depends who you are and where you live. Check out the very helpful website Forvo to …

Fresh Corn Cakes

964<p>227<p>No one’s been quite been able to explain the popularity of canned corn in France to me. But the explanation of why fresh corn isn’t familiar – …

Pasta with Tomato, Spinach, Basil, and Brie Recipe

During the summer months when tomatoes are in season, we look for practically any excuse to use our garden tomatoes. The basil plant that we …

Italian Food

Skillet Chicken Lasagna

My daughter and I returned home from Chicago yesterday after having a fun, city-centric time together through the weekend, which involved zero …

Meatball Problems: The 8 Most Common Mistakes

<b>By Danielle Walsh, Bon Appétit</b><p>It seems like every Italian grandmother has her own secret for the perfect meatballs. Some soak their breadcrumbs in milk. Some use a special blend of herbs and spices. Some combine different types of meat for that oh-so-perfect texture. But if you're not a nonna, …

Meatball Subs

First of all, we need to announce the winner of the Plum Organics iPad Mini giveaway! The winner is #333, Brittany, who said, “I love tight hugs from …