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8 Go-To, Easy Appetizers for Holiday Parties

Hosting a party is stressful enough on its own (we’re #grateful for Prosecco this season!). You <i>could</i> curate the ultimate cheese board — or you could impress your guests with these easy, elegant, and delicious holiday appetizers. (Then learn how to pair your wines like a pro to earn your hostessing …


The Best Cheesecakes in America

It’s hard to say no to a slice of dense and creamy New York–style cheesecake, but that doesn’t stop pastry chefs from reinventing the American …


Save Your Apologies: Here’s What Women Need From Men Right Now

We don’t need your insipid apologies, faux shock, and awe at things you’ve known about for years.<p>Women are the keepers of the misdeeds.<p>It’s the …

Ramen noodles with fresh greens and chilli miso

There are few foods that lure me in more than a bowl of ramen. I like to hedge my bets when I’m making my dinner choices, so I’m a fan of any dish where a little of everything – a note from every family of flavour – is in attendance. And nowhere is this more the case than with this Japanese noodle …


Survey: Only half of Americans think they know when online shopping is safe

Only half of consumers report they think they can tell which web sites are safe for online shopping and 35% of Americans claim they have stopped an …


Green Beans with Caramelized Onions and Almonds


A Dosa Lesson From a Professional

I hadn’t even considered making the dosa I’d sampled at Pondicheri, a restaurant in New York City.<p>The crisp lentil and rice crepe, thin as newsprint but far more delicious, was stuffed with a pumpkinseed chutney and sautéed greens. It was a little sweet from coconut, fragrant with curry leaves and …


IFA 2017: The biggest announcements from Berlin's tech show

IFA 2017 is under way

Consumer Tech

Chinese bike-sharing company Ofo arrives in Seattle

The Chinese bike-sharing startup Ofo, valued over $2 billion after the latest round of fundraising, officially kicked off operations in Seattle last …


The 19 Best Foods for Health and Happiness

If a single food was guaranteed to make you instantly slim or happy, or end your allergy woes, stores would have to fight back the feverish shoppers. …


Cheesy Tempeh Stuffed Avocados [Vegan, Gluten-Free] - One Green Planet

<i>If you enjoy recipes like this, we highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App, it's available for both Android and iPhone and has free and</i> …

Accepting your darkest emotions is the key to psychological health

Rumi, the 13th-century Sufi poet, famously compared emotions—”a joy, a depression, a meanness”—to “unexpected visitors.” His advice was to let them in laughing, but that’s not what we do. Instead, we pretend not to notice, or even hide. We want to bury resentment and anger, or trade loneliness in …


Rare Human Syndrome May Explain Why Dogs are So Friendly

Rare Human Syndrome May Explain Why Dogs are So FriendlyDogs and people with Williams syndrome may both owe their sociable personalities to changes …


Maryam Mirzakhani, Prize-Winning Mathematician, Dies At 40

Nearly three years after she became the first woman to win math's equivalent of a Nobel Prize, Maryam Mirzakhani has died of breast cancer at age 40. Her death was confirmed Saturday by Stanford University, where Mirzakhani had been a professor since 2008.<p>Mirzakhani is survived by her husband, Jan …


6 Frozen Breakfasts I Eat When It's Really Effing Hot Out

Breakfast is my favorite meal, for many reasons. First of all, I'm a morning person and almost always eat breakfast at home, so I have the time, …


Taste Beyond The Tongue

Need to Fix a Heart Attack? Try Photosynthesis

Dr. Joseph Woo loves photosynthesis. And for good reason: Plants may not be as cute as pandas, but it’s thanks to their chemical alchemy that all of …

Sip Smarter and Stay Full With These Protein-Packed Smoothies

Need a protein boost, but can't stand that chalky taste of protein powder and water? Maybe you love smoothies but need a little more nutrition that the typical carb-heavy blend that we're all too familiar with (talk about lopsided macros!). Get the best of both worlds with 23 protein-packed …

Healthy Eating

The complicated truth about food and depression

Healthy eating won't fix everything but it could help<p>"It's your diet that's the problem, you just need to eat better." I'll never forget those words, …

Mental Health

String Theory's Weirdest Ideas Finally Make Sense—Thanks to VR

The robot is building a tesseract. He motions at a glowing cube floating before him, and an identical cube emerges. He drags it to the left, but the …

Here's How To Eat A Little Healthier This Week

It's actually easier than you think.

This New Coffee Maker Makes 100 Gallons of Cold Brew in 15 Minutes | MyRecipes

Dean and Lou Vastardis, the brother-brother pair behind BKON, a technologically advanced coffee brewing company, announced last year that they were …


11 Genius Ways To Cook Pasta You've Never Heard Of

Warning: untraditional pasta preparations ahead. Sorry not sorry, Italy.

An 8-Ingredient Meal-Prep Plan Made for Vegetarians

Planning a meatless menu for the week has its pluses and minuses. On one hand, you don’t need to worry about using up chicken breast or ground beef …

Healthy Eating

13 Healthy 5-Minute Egg Breakfasts for Busy Mornings

Eggs make our lives nice and easy. They’re a great source of lean protein, with each one containing 6 grams, and only about 70 calories. There are …


The Star That Looks Like the Eye of Sauron

"A great eye, lidless, wreathed in flame."<p>Fomalhaut, the eighteenth brightest star in the night sky, is about 25 light-years from the Earth. It has twice the mass of the sun but burns much hotter and brighter. When we observe Fomalhaut in infrared (above), we see a large ring of debris where …


A Computer to Rival the Brain

More than two hundred years ago, a French weaver named Joseph Jacquard invented a mechanism that greatly simplified textile production. His design replaced the lowly draw boy—the young apprentice who meticulously chose which threads to feed into the loom to create a particular pattern—with a series …

Artificial Intelligence

A New Twist on Fusion Power Could Finally Create Limitless Clean Energy

Let's do this.<p>In a world struggling to kick its addiction to fossil fuels and feed its growing appetite for energy, there’s one technology in …

Nuclear Energy