Jenna Dalgety

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An Egg and Cheese Bread That Will Float Your Boat

<i>Khachapuri</i>—cheese-stuffed bread—is the national dish of Georgia, and we can see why. Each region of the country has its own spin on the specialty, …

How to add more storage to your PlayStation 4

Here's how to get a bigger hard drive in your PS4, plus a few tips we learned along the way.<p>Storage space is at a premium with game consoles. Even if you're more inclined to pick up hard copies than download full games, patches, DLC and installs can fill up the standard hard drive on your …

Operating Systems

UK scientists plan to grow lettuce on Mars

Photos of the lettuce are to be transmitted to Earth so the public and scientists would be able to watch the lettuce mature<p>A team of scientists have created a plan to grow lettuce on Mars, and it has been short-listed to be included in a future space flight to the red planet.<p>The project, being run …

Get ready! NASA spacecraft soon to rendezvous with dwarf planet Ceres

After voyaging 3 billion miles through space,<p>NASA’s Dawn spacecraft is finally in the home stretch of its journey to Ceres, the largest member of the asteroid belt and one of five dwarf planets in the solar system.<p>Dawn was launched in 2007 to study two very different asteroids and learn more about …

Astronomy

The Difference Between Champagne And Sparkling Wine, Explained

There's one thing many of us know about Champagne, and it's that we like it. There's something about the bubbles, elegant glasses, and its pale amber color that makes the world feel festive and celebratory. But, that's where most of our knowledge stops.<p>With New Year's Eve right around the corner -- …

The Best Recipes That Came From Food Bloggers In 2014

If there's one thing the world doesn't need more of, it's food bloggers. The Internet is packed -- stuffed and basically bursting at the seams -- with thousands upon thousands of food blogs. After a while, they all sort of look the same and if you spend too much time browsing, you run the risk of …

How NASA harnessed sunlight to revive its planet-hunting telescope

<i>Are we alone in the universe?</i><p>That's a big question, and there have been many attempts to answer it, whether it’s beaming radio waves at specific star systems or sending recordings of multilingual greetings out of our solar system. But for the last few years, NASA has been using the Kepler Space …

How To Find Every Lego Minifigure

As Lego fans of all ages wait for Series 13 of Lego Minifigures to be released in January, I tested one theory to ensure you get each and every character in the set.<p>It used to be that turning up in an evening with a Puppy was the dream dad thing to do, now it seems all you need is a full box of …

Secret Santa Cookies Are Your New Favorite Christmas Tradition

What better way to surprise Santa this year than to leave out one cookie baked inside of another? He'll bite down on what he thinks is a normal sugar cookie and find a Milano inside. Or maybe he'll pop a chocolate chip cookie in his mouth and find a vanilla wafer. It's the best way to give back to …

15 Slow Cooker Oatmeals And Healthy Breakfasts To Prep Overnight

A daily ritual of breakfast in bed is a long-shot wish: You might be able to swing it if you've got buckets of money and a crumb catcher built into your sheets.<p>The next-best thing? A healthy breakfast, more elaborate than a bowl of cereal or a sad granola bar, all ready for you as you groggily …

Auvergne on a plate: food foraging in the heart of France

For city-dwellers, ‘getting back to nature’ is a well-worn cliché. When hyper-connected, fast-paced living gets too much, we hurl down our MacBooks and demand time out. And after a week or two of wilderness hikes, camping in deserts or howling at the moon, we shuffle obediently back into our lives. …

France

NASA's Incredible, Futuristic, And Totally Real Plan To Establish A Human Colony On Venus

In fact, up in the clouds above its scorching surface, Venus is "probably the most Earth-like environment that's out there," Chris Jones of NASA told Evan Ackerman at IEEE Spectrum.<p>Forget Mars and its frigid temperatures and thin atmosphere when we can live like gods, afloat in the clouds of …

Melomakarona: Greek Christmas Cookies With Olive Oil

This is a fantastic traditional recipe for Greek Christmas cookies with olive oil, honey, walnuts and cinnamon.<p><b>Ingredients:</b><p>500 grams of flour for all purpose<p>250 grams of olive oil<p>½ cup sugar<p>½ glass orange juice<p>2 tablespoons of cognac (brandy)<p>½ teaspoon baking soda<p>1 teaspoon baking powder<p>1 teaspoon …

Bangkok shopping: making the most of Chatuchak Weekend Market

Spanning an incredible 35 acres of shopping, with more than 8000 stalls tucked into dozens of tiny narrow sois (lanes) that pull some 200,000 shoppers, browsers and buskers, Bangkok’s Chatuchak Weekend Market is one of the world’s largest.<p>Whether you’re looking for a customised motorcycle helmet, a …

Exploring London's secrets: five great walking tours

You’ve taken a spin on the London Eye, explored the Tower of London and made funny faces at the Queen’s Guards. Been there, done that? Well, not quite. There’s more to London than its iconic landmarks. Whether you’ve lived here all your life or are just visiting, these five walking tours, which …

England

Nosh Your Way Around the Sunshine State

<i>Shaffer's Tea Room owner Alexandra Wayne talks to Delray Beach food tourists about tea. The venue is changing its name to Goodwater Tea Room. Photo by Peter W. Cross for VISIT FLORIDA</i><p>Visitors to Florida are snacking their way through the state's cities, visiting off-the-beaten-track eateries and …

What Are Some Tips to Survive Sleeping in an Airport?

<i>A:</i><p>Spending the night “camping” at an airport is one of those experiences many of us eventually have to endure. Why? Bad weather can't be controlled and delays can lead to missed connections, especially at the end of the day. And because airlines aren't required to do anything for passengers in …

Flying

Japan's Must-See World Heritage Sites

What to see, how to avoid the crowds, and how to enjoy the UNESCO World Heritage Sites on your own terms.<p>Although I have been to many of the World Heritage Sites myself, to learn the details on absolutely all of them I turned to the book <i>Japan's World Heritage Sites: Unique Culture, Unique Nature</i> by …