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Moebius Gives 18 Wisdom-Filled Tips to Aspiring Artists (1996)

Jean Giraud, aka Moebius, was a comic book artist who combined blinding speed with boundless imagination. He shaped the look of <i>Alien</i>, <i>Empire Strikes</i> …

Mœbius & Jodorowsky’s Sci-Fi Masterpiece, The Incal, Brought to Life in a Tantalizing Animation

Last year we featured artwork from the <i>Dune</i> movie that never was, a collaboration between Alejandro Jodorowsky, the mysticism-minded Chilean director …

10 New & Hot Restaurants Singapore October 2016 – The Japanese Restaurants And Noodle Shops

Not surprising to see an influx of Japanese restaurant openings, and this month we are likely to see long queues outside the Michelin-starred Tsuta …

Japan

Two Award-Winning Chefs Talk Inspiration and What Drives Their Culinary Journey

Sponsored: Chef Scott Conant and executive chef Jennifer Etzkin from Corner restaurant at the JW Marriott Austin share their stories of inspiration, passion for exceptional service, and how their grandmothers played such an integral part in their culinary journey.<p>It’s not often you can find two …

A Slightly Cheffy, Definitely Worth-It Tip for More Flavorful Pork Chops

Pork cooked with fruit is a very classic combination, and one I adapt to what’s in season. I originally created this recipe to go with peaches, but it's perfect with fall’s apples, as well.<p>In this recipe, <b>the pork chops are seared and basted before they’re baked</b>: While that’s the type of chef …

Lamb with ginger stuffing and cider

Inspired by an old Kentish recipe, I have been meaning to make this for ages. It is great for Sunday lunch.<p>SERVES<p>8<p>INGREDIENTS<p>2-2.5kg leg of lamb, tunnel-boned, shank left in place<br>• 40g butter<br>• ½ medium onion, finely chopped<br>• 1 stick celery, diced<br>• 1 apple, cored and diced<br>• 2 garlic cloves, grated to a purée<br>• ¼ …

BBQ 101: How to Grill The Perfect Steak

Once the meat has reached room temp. rub in some freshly chopped garlic, an nice pinch of dry thyme rubbed in, kosher salt (never iodized), freshly …

BBQ

3 Indispensable Tricks For The Perfect Steak

<i>This article originally appeared in the September 2016 issue of SELF.</i><p>1. Get Your Grill (Or Grill Pan) Very Hot<p>This helps give your steak a great …

BBQ

Moving Fantasy Beyond Elves – The Fantasy Genres You Didn’t Know Existed

When you say “fantasy” to most casual observers, a few cliche things come to mind: noble elves, ruddy dwarves, and brash humans trekking through the …

Board Games

The Magic of Miyazaki’s Literary Imagination

“I gave up on making a happy ending in the true sense a long time ago,” the Japanese animator and film director Hayao Miyazaki told the novelist Ryu …

Review: Jerusalem

Tokyo restaurants: 15 of the best Japan's capital has to offer

Expert guide to Tokyo<p>Where to find the best restaurants in Tokyo serving everything from Michelin starred sushi to Japanese-style pub grub, by our expert, Danielle Demetriou.<p>It’s not just about sushi. From <i>tonkatsu</i> pork cutlets and <i>unagi</i> eel to <i>okonomiyaki</i> pancakes and all things tofu, Tokyo is home …

Japan's Leaders Want To Make Tokyo A Self-Driving City For 2020 Olympics

It seems like Rio’s 2016 glories wrapped up only yesterday, but Japanese government and business leaders are already working to outfit Tokyo for its own 2020 Summer Games with perhaps the most ambitious strategy yet for Olympic transport: a self-driving vehicle force.<p>This month, some of Japan’s top …

I Invite You To The Visual Haiku World In Tokyo

I’m Kunito Imai, a nature and flower photographer in Tokyo. I photograph nature in Japan with the “Less is More” approach which I find somewhat …

Celebrate 'A New Tokyo In SoHo' At UNIQLO's Revamped Flagship Store

There are a few fall season universal truths: we can finally look forward to cooler breezes, the swirl of crunchy leaves, and, oh no, a closet full …

5 Must See and Do Activities in Tokyo

Of all the Tokyo attractions, Mt. Fuji has to be among the top. (Photo: Sean Pavone / Alamy)<p>Tokyo’s energy is electric – with plenty of must-see …

Best places to enjoy the Japanese autumn colours – kouyou (紅葉 こうよう)

Kouyou (紅葉 こうよう) could be translated as “the colours of the leafs in autumn”. During the months of October and November, the green forests turn …

Japan

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Our Every Question On Freezing (and Fridging) Steaks, Burgers & More, Answered

<i>We partnered with the Beef Checkoff to share butcher Cara Nicoletti's best tips for storing beef in the fridge or freezer.</i><p>When you're parsing through all the tips, tricks, and instruction for what to do with your steaks, burgers, and other cuts of meat, the last thing you're probably thinking of is …

A Mushroom Roasting-Method That Gives You Both Crispy Edges & Rich Sauce

Sally Schneider’s roasted mushrooms, found within her recipe for coq au vin in <i>A New Way to Cook</i>, is one of many that relies on technique—not butter or salt or other enrichments—to build flavor.<p>It’s a two-step process. First the mushrooms roast in a covered pan with shallots, thyme, garlic, and wine:<p>…

21 Recipes to Marinate (Now!) So You Can Cook in a Jiffy Come Labor Day

Be you dockside, mountainside, city-bound, or stuck in traffic this Labor Day weekend, there's a good chance you're looking forward to not worrying <i>too much</i> over what you're cooking. (Yes, even we feel this way sometimes.) In such cases—when the need to press pause, dig deep into the wiles of a good …

It's Not Fall Yet, But Apple Dumplings Make Us Giddy at the Thought of It!

It’s happened. It’s here.<p>This weekend, we’ll all spend a few last, glorious days frolicking on beaches, drinking beers and eating barbeque in backyards, and sunning like there’s no tomorrow. The good news is, after Labor Day, there <i>is</i> a tomorrow—and it, and the foreseeable tomorrows after it, are …

An Impressive-Looking, Incredibly Forgiving Way to Cook Zucchini

After five years of following to the letter Chad Robertson’s recipe for eggplant involtini, an endeavor that requires salting, draining, and deep-frying, I branched out—first dipping in a toe (opting to roast instead of fry) then jumping into the deep end: Zucchini replaced the eggplant, and the …

The Sweetest Way to Recycle Peach Peels

Earlier this summer, we were introduced to Rhonda35’s Third Generation Peach Pie: the pie that has stood the test of time and can <i>also</i> stand up to almost every tweak you think to throw at it. And as if that weren't impressive enough, Rhonda35 has one more trick up her sleeve that ​you'll want to …

Meet the Love Child of an Almond Croissant & a Chocolate Chip Cookie

It's hard to beat a very good classic chocolate chip cookie. In its simplest form, it's a dessert that pleases pretty much everyone. But that doesn't mean you shouldn't riff on the basic formula. Variety is the spice of life, and the more excellent dessert recipes one has, the better.<p>We've shown …

A 10-Minute Jam for People Who Aren't Into the Whole Canning Thing

I'm am afraid of making jam. But not this one. This is your gateway jam.<p>You know what seems complicated no matter how many articles I read? Anything involving canning. Sterilizing jars? No thanks. Pectin? I've never bought it and don't have plans to. I'm happy to eat jam, I'm just not gonna make it.<p>…