Amelia Roslan

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This Week in Recipes

• Savory Bacon-Cheddar Pancakes With Corn and Jalapeño<br>• Farinata (Italian Chickpea Pancake)<br>• Chorizo and Halloumi Pancakes With Fried Eggs<br>• Testaroli (Tuscan Pancake Pasta) With Pesto

8 Food Blog Links We Love

<i>We've scoured the web for our favorite food blog posts, and now we're bringing them right to your desktop. It’s hard work, but someone has to do it.</i><p>It's Memorial Day Weekend, which means that we want to be out picnicking, which means that we want bright, light, portable foods to share with friends. …

Tecate Skirt-Steak Tacos

4 Servings<p>Any fairly thin cut of beef will work with this marinade; try flank or New York strip.<p>June 2015Print<p>Ingredients<p>1 pound skirt steak, silver skin removed, cut into 6-inch pieces<p>1 12-ounce can pale lager (such as Tecate)<p>4 tablespoons fresh lime juice, divided<p>1 teaspoon kosher salt, plus …

Why can't we all sing well? Eurovision and the science of song

The Eurovision final raises many questions, but here’s a scientific one: why, when we’re all capable of song, are some of us are Abba whilst others are Scooch?<p>The Eurovision Song Contest, the continent’s annual carnival of the wacky and the weird, celebrates its 60th birthday in Vienna on Saturday …

Britain still deeply divided because of Henry VIII reformation, says Cambridge prof

Professor Robert Tombs said that the UK was still deeply divided into left and right, the roots of which lie in the 16th century break from the Catholic Church<p>Britain will never be a united nation because rifts created during the reformation, in the time of Henry VIII, are still shaping culture and …

How a 17-year-old high school dropout got two Silicon Valley bigshots to invest $500,000 in his app

When he was 17, he dropped out of high-school (with his parents' blessing) after he co-founded a New York startup called HomeSwipe with two other co-founders. His business partners are Michael Lisovetsky, now 22 (whose tech career started in middle school) and Dean Soukeras, 43, an experienced …

High School

Apple and Google Execs met in English mansion to secretly discuss government surveillance plans

Ditchley Park – the host of a truly unlikely meeting<p>An 18th-century Mansion in England hosted an unlikely meeting of spy chiefs from seven countries and representatives from tech giants last week. According to <i>The Intercept</i>, the meeting at Ditchley Park was held to discuss the topic of government …

Surveillance

Bolivia: 580 children suffer food poisoning after eating school breakfast

580 children have suffered food poisoning after being given chicken sandwiches for breakfast at a school in northern Bolivia.<p>The children from the …

Guatemala: 16-year-old girl videoed being beaten and burned alive by mob

A 16 year old girl was beaten and burned alive by a 25-strong lynch mob in Guatemala.<p>The vicious attack in the village of Rio Bravo, 77 miles west of …

CIA shuts down program using spy satellites to track climate change

For most of the past two decades, a handful of climate change scientists have had the CIA's MEDEA (Measurement of Earth Data for Environmental Analysis) program as an ace in the hole: they could draw on classified info from spy satellites and subs to study global warming in extreme detail. However, …

Space Travel

Happy World Turtle day: How the turtle got its shell

New evidence pushes back the origin of the turtle’s shell by about 40 million years, linking it to a 260-million-year-old fossil reptile from South …

IS militants look for collaborators after taking Iraqi city

BAGHDAD (AP) — Islamic State militants searched door-to-door for policemen and pro-government fighters and threw bodies in the Euphrates River in a …

Key Lime Pie, Meet Meringue

<i>If the grocery store isn't your favorite place, it should be. We're sleuthing for the best back-of-the-box recipes and every Sunday, Posie Harwood from 600 Acres will share our latest find.</i><p><i>Today: Get a little tropical with some Key lime pie—because summer is just around the corner.</i><p>I love a good …

I Dip, You Dip, We Dip: Our Best Dips and Spreads

Never let your chips get lonely again.<p><b>We'll always love a good dip</b>. Here are our favorites, from spinach-and-artichoke (classic) to an herby feta number. Chips, ahoy!

Cooking

These bladeless wind turbines shake to generate electricity

Farms dotted with the gigantic spinning blades of wind turbines have become a standard sight on long-distance road trips, but what if there was another way to capture energy from the wind? A startup out of Spain is working on that very idea. The company's called Vortex Bladeless, and its turbines …

Who Did This To Peru's Jungle?

Gold has been a blessing and a curse for Peru for centuries. In the 16th century, one of the first Spanish explorers to arrive, Francisco Pizarro, was so enthralled by the mineral riches that he took the Inca king hostage.<p>Pizarro demanded a room filled with gold for the release of the Atahualpa. …

After 10,000 years giant Antarctic ice-shelf will be gone by 2020, Nasa report says

New Nasa studies warn of "bad news for our planet" as looming crack threatens to shatter Larsen B ice-shelf into pieces<p>Antarctica's Larsen B ice-shelf is on course to disintegrate completely within the next five years, according to a <b>new study by Nasa</b>, the US space agency.<p>The 10,000-year-old ice …

Global Warming

Sea salt on Jupiter’s moon Europa

Europa is thought to have a subsurface ocean. Salt from this hidden sea might be emerging in long fractures visible in the moon’s crust.<p>Laboratory …

Astronomy

48 hours in Melbourne: what to do, where to go

A weekend in Melbourne? It’s never long enough. As with any hometown, it’s a place filled with old friends and heavy with memories and associations. I live in Sydney now – but each time I return to Melbourne I not only get nostalgic for the past, but excited for what the city continues to …

Diet Pepsi is Ditching Aspartame

French radio station takes on new role after Paris attacks

CHARENTON-LE-PONT, France (AP) — It's called "Beur FM" — after a slang term for Arab people — and has become the voice of France's Islamic community in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo attacks.<p>The radio station gives daily doses of talk, music and news, normally catering to the Muslim population. But …

Boats with 600 Rohingya and Bangladeshis land in Indonesia

JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — Boats carrying nearly 600 Bangladeshis and long-persecuted Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar washed to shore in western …

Asia

Why You Should Be Making Broth in Your French Press

Step away from the stock pot—all you need to make a flavorful, aromatic homemade broth is…a French press.<p>If we've said it once, we've said it a million times: Nothing makes a soup or sauce better than homemade broth and stock. But who has time for all that simmering, skimming, straining, and …