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Listen: James Bay - Running

Technology may advance, but the art of the pop song hasn't yet lost its lustre.<p><b>James Bay's</b> meteoric success only seems to underline this. New EP 'Let …

Americana

A new way to eat chocolate: How sound changes what you taste

When it comes to food, sound may be the final frontier<p>Let's do a science experiment. Grab a piece of chocolate and go here. Play the low frequency sounds. Are you suddenly tasting some of the chocolate's bitter notes? Would you rather taste something sweet? Turn off the low and hit play for the …

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Our new daily recipe newsletters will get you better info on all things food than ever before.<p>We've all been there. It's 3 p.m., and the thought hits you: <b>What the heck am I going to cook for dinner? Or bake for dessert? Or make for brunch this weekend?</b> You could surf on over to BonAppetit.com and …

Cooking

Irish Stout Cupcakes for St. Patrick's Day

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day by baking with beer.<p>Irish stout is a well-known and beloved beverage, especially on March 17. And the dark, malty brew is no stranger to the baking world; its rich, roasted flavor makes it an excellent addition to many kitchen creations. Because Irish stout already has …

Dessert

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Beautiful Science: Picturing Data, Inspiring Insight at the British Library - Telegraph

British Library

Can #Facebook affect your mood? A study has found that moods can spread virally through social media sites: http://bbc.in/1kl9gsb

Maids of Honour: the Great British Bake loved by Henry VIII

These delicious little tartlets, supposedly favoured by Henry VIII, have been the star attraction of a Richmond teahouse for nearly 200 years<p>Some say it happened at Hampton Court, some say Richmond Palace. You pays your ha’penny and you takes your choice when it comes to legends about Henry VIII’s …

Dessert