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How Enslaved Chefs Helped Shape American Cuisine

“We need to forget about this so we can heal,” said an elderly white woman, as she left my lecture on the history of enslaved cooks and their …

Black History

These Are 5 the Best American Whiskeys, According to More Than 50 Experts

Only five American whiskeys were won golds at this year’s International Spirit Challenge, most of which are surprisingly available. The 23rd year of …

Kentucky

Whisky is Coming!

<b>Diageo and HBO have announced The Game of Thrones Single Malt Scotch Whisky Collection, with more details to come over the coming months.</b><p>It’s all a …

Whiskey

Here Are The Drinks Leading China's Booming Alcohol Industry In 2018

While Western spirits struggle to enter the Chinese market, domestic drinks and cocktails have shown tremendous growth in the first half of 2018. According to a recent analysis released on July 18th, the Chinese spirit Baijiu, beer, and cocktails have shown the most substantial growth compared to …

Alcohol

The 10 best vodkas of 2018 for spirit lovers including Grey Goose, Absolut, Black Cow and more

If you've been looking for your next favourite vodka, then you've come to the right place. We've put together the ultimate list of our favourite …

Alcohol

Archaeologists locate mysterious ancient Greek City on a forgotten hill

Ancient Greece has fascinated scholars, students, and the population at large for centuries. People still read and study ancient history, and …

Archaeology

Archaeologists Unearth Mythical ‘City of Giants’ in Ethiopia

Archaeologists excavating a site in Harlaa in Eastern Ethiopia have found evidence of a mythical “city of giants” which was a thriving center of …

Archaeology

Here's What Archaeologists Found Inside Egypt's Mysterious 2,000-Year-Old Sarcophagus

A mysterious black sarcophagus discovered in Egypt two weeks ago has been opened by archaeologists, according to Egypt’s Ministry of Antiquities, …

Archaeology

Ketchup Shame Is a Plague on Hot Dog Eaters Everywhere

Hot dogs are sacred, especially in the US, where they've become a quintessential “American” food by ticking off all the requisite boxes: They’re …

Hot Dogs

Innovative Vodka Maker Creates Colorful Changing Drink

Now available at three locations in Santa Cruz, California.<p>Deven Volk, has been working for 10 years on what he is calling Luna Sea Vodka. This …

Santa Cruz

When is Whisky Perfect? At 45, Perhaps

The Dalmore releases a 45-year-old single malt.<p>For most of us, 45 marks middle age: A pinnacle for some, a nadir for others. But for whisky, it’s a …

Flavors

Roman Coins Discovered at Fort Site in Georgia

WARSAW, POLAND—<i>Science in Poland</i> reports that bronze and silver Roman coins have been unearthed in Georgia, on what had been the ancient border with …

Archaeology

Whiskey summit planned in hopes of defusing trade conflicts

Concerned that global trade disputes could escalate — with Kentucky bourbon makers caught in the crosshairs — the industry has invited whiskey associations from across the world to discuss ways to defuse the conflicts.<p>Representatives from eight whiskey trade groups will meet next week in …

Whiskey

DelVal, Local Whiskey Maker Partner To Bring Back Rare Variety

Delaware Valley University is growing the rare Rosen rye for local craft whiskey maker, Dad's Hat of Bristol.<p>Dad's Hat, a Bucks County-based craft …

Delaware Valley

Proto-Indo-European: The mother of all languages ​​emerged in the Russian steppes 6,500 years ago

The mother of all languages ​​emerged in the Russian steppes 6,500 years. A statistical study using data from more than 150 languages ​​indicates a …

Linguistics

Ten awesome Agricole rums you need in your life

<b>We’re more than halfway through Rum Month, people! It’s time we showed a little bit of love to the category’s hipster alias, Rhum Agricole. We’ve</b> …

Whiskey

Archaeologists find ancient pottery workshop in Egypt

CAIRO — Archaeologists in Egypt have discovered an ancient pottery manufacturing workshop dating to more than 4,000 years ago in the southern province of Aswan, the Antiquities Ministry said Thursday.<p>The workshop, the oldest pottery workshop in the Old Kingdom, belongs to the 4th Dynasty, spanning …

Archaeology

Diageo's Bulleit Bourbon Adds Augmented Reality To Tattooed Bottes

To promote its Tattoo Edition bottle and help celebrate National Tattoo Day this week, Bulleit Bourbon has launched a limited edition collection of …

Whiskey

British Open 2018: 11 scotches to drink for breakfast while watching The Open

Scotch. Scotch. Scotch. We love scotch....and, for that matter, golf. So to celebrate The Open’s return to the ancestral home of both, we decided to whip up the ultimate Open Championship drinking guide. Whether you’re looking for a noon-cap or a wake-up call (RIP West Coast golf fans), these 11 …

Whiskey

Egyptian archaeologists reveal contents of mysterious giant sarcophagus in Alexandria

Egyptian archaeologists have opened a mysterious 30-ton black sarcophagus to find the skeletons of what are thought to be three ancient warriors floating in red sewage water.<p>The world has been transfixed by the unopened 2,000-year-old sarcophagus since it was discovered in Alexandria several weeks …

Archaeology

A previosuly unkown civilization discovered in remote Honduran jungle

Another incredible archaeological discovery has been made, this time, an expedition of archaeologists discovered in the jungles of Honduras the …

Archaeology

Poh's moussaka

Preheat the oven to 180˚C (160˚C fan-forced).<p>Flatten the capsicum halves with the palm of your hand, then place, skin-side up, on baking trays lined …

Recipes

Why Indian farmers must grow less rice and wheat

If Indian farmers replaced plots of water-guzzling rice and wheat with less thirsty crops, this moderate shift could cut down the country’s water consumption by a whopping one-third. Plus, crop-swapping would have the added benefit of boosting national nutrition, a new <i>Science Advances</i> study finds. …

Breakthroughs

How To Make 12 Classic Sauces [Infographic]

We've talked about sauces that everyone should be able to make, and all of the meal options they can go into, but this graphic packs 12 of them into …

Cooking

Former soldiers use AI to wage war on convenience store lines

Trigo Vision, an AI startup founded by former members of the Israeli army’s special forces and intelligence community, just came out of stealth mode with a target in its sights: Amazon’s Go store.<p>When Amazon opened its cashier-less store in Seattle earlier this year, it was hailed as the future of …

eCommerce

1,700-Year-Old Marble Bust Unearthed in Turkey

MERSIN PROVINCE, TURKEY—<i>Hurriyet Daily News</i> reports that a team of archaeologists led by Remzi Yağci of Dokuz Eylül University has unearthed a marble …

Archaeology

Texas Shrimp Industry Could Lose $1 Million Each Day Due to Visa Cap

The Texas shrimp industry is facing a shortage of workers due to a federal cap on H-2B immigrant worker visas, and it could cost the industry …

Visas

Is Shellfish Healthy? Here's What the Experts Say

The answer? It depends on what kind of shellfish you're eating.<p>With all the talk about the disease-fighting, life-extending superpowers of the …

Nutrition

Shipwrecked 300 Years Ago, the San José Has a $17 Billion Bounty on Board

Despite a low rate of success, treasure hunting abounds in the 21st century. Both adventurous individuals and big corporations spend years, even …

South America

Attosecond time-resolved photoelectron holography

Article |<p>Open | Published: 18 July 2018<p>G. Porat,<br>• G. Alon,<br>• S. Rozen,<br>• O. Pedatzur,<br>• M. Krüger ORCID: orcid.org/0000-0002-6188-9179,<br>• D. Azoury,<br>• A. Natan ORCID: …

Quantum Physics