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It's All About the Marinade: How to Grill Super Juicy Chicken Wings

Crispy skin, tender meat, and herby, big flavor—no wonder chicken wings are one of our favorite things to throw on the grill.<p>Buffalo, Korean-style, fried—however they're prepared, we love cheap, easy, and crowd-pleasing chicken wings. But, for summer, there's no chicken wing we want more than one …


Twitter Prediction: Summer Will Be Full of Cheap Salmon and Juicy Steaks

F&W doesn't expect you to see every tweet we send out (just almost every one). Catch up each week with this top 5 list.<p><i>F&W doesn't expect you to see</i> …

How to Eat Crabs: A Step-by-Step Comic

by<p>Illustrations by<p>Via: Maryland Crabs: A Guide to the East Coast's Essential Summer Feast [E]<p>The Most Beautiful Restaurants of 2017<p>Burger King Might Give You $5 If You Overpaid For a Croissan’wich<p>Chick-fil-A Inspires a Sincere Slow Jam From a Diehard Fan

7 Greens That Won't Make Your Kids Groan

For many of us, getting our children to eat their veggies is no easy task. Often, there's a collective groan as soon as they spy that something green on the table. But these delicious dishes may actually have your kids asking for seconds.<p><b>1. Zucchini "Noodles" with Pesto & Pine Nuts</b><p>Zucchini …

22 Pesto Recipes for When You Want Greens and Cheese


Best of the Hotline: Your Favorite Steak Seasonings

<i>Some questions on the Hotline have staying power, and for good reason—they cover the questions we ask ourselves time and time again. Join us as we revisit some of the most popular.</i><p><i>Today: Get the low down on the best rub down for your steak.</i><p>Steak: It's the titan of the meat world. Flank, …


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>Use this first June weekend to explore unexpected textures and flavor pairings. Put charred and creamy side by side, fry an ingredient you usually …


Steak Taste on a Burger Budget: 7 Affordable Steak Recipes

<i>Header image: CHOW</i>Nothing says luxury like a steak dinner. Of course, nothing says empty wallet like a steak dinner, either. But does it have to be …


Emergency in the Amazon—the Chácobo in Bolivia

<b>By Rainer W. Bussmann (Cuya Mëbi Kokatsá) and Narel Y. Paniagua Zambrana (Mëa Mahani Tara)</b><p>Late February, 2014—It has rained for weeks now, and the rivers everywhere in Bolivia have risen to record levels. The Beni area, where our project is located, has received 200 percent more rainfall than …

Botanical Gardens

Intensifying Cyber Threats

Not too long ago, the phrase "electronic army" would have conjured up visions of a 1980s cyber-dystopian film -- the kind featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger and a lot of fog machines. But today the idea of an electronic army has been adopted outside the realm of entertainment, as a group called the …


US military relaxes uniform rules for religious wear

<b>The US military is easing its uniform rules to allow religious wear including turbans, skullcaps, beards and tattoos, officials have said.</b><p>Muslim, Sikh, Jewish and Wiccan soldiers, marines, sailors and airmen can now request exemptions to strict military uniform and grooming policies.<p>Requests will …


Uncovering the Hijab

By contributing writer Misbah Awan for KidSpirit's The Soul of Gender issue.<p>"Towel-Head. Tablecloth. Batman. Ninja. Oppressed. Raghead. Terrorist. Do you have Cancer? Do you have hair? Do you shower with it on? Oh, you can think? Don't you feel hot in the summer? Do you wear it to sleep? Did your …


Grand Canyon 'formed recently'

<b>The world famous Grand Canyon, which snakes through the American state of Arizona, only took its present form relatively recently.</b><p>New research suggests that most of it was put in place just five to six million years ago.<p>Earlier studies had claimed the canyon was perhaps 70 million years old.<p>The …

National Parks

Scientists Strap Tiny 'Backpacks' To 5,000 Bees To Learn More About Colony Collapse Disorder

<i>From Mother Nature Network's Laura Moss:</i><p>There's been a lot of buzz about colony collapse disorder, a phenomenon causing bees to die off around the world, and Australian scientists are trying a new approach to studying the phenomenon: They're attaching tiny sensors to bees.<p>More than 5,000 honeybees …


Why Print Books Will Endure

By now, the majority of the American population has a smart phone, tablet, ereader or a combination of some or all. Amazon has already boasted that they sell more digital books than brand new hardcovers. The prices are cheaper and you can't blame a person for wanting to save a few bucks in this …


Santa Maria Found? Wreck May Be Columbus’ Sunken Flagship

The leader of an undersea expedition says a pile of wreckage on the bottom of the Caribbean Sea, off the north coast of Haiti, may well mark the spot where Christopher Columbus' flagship, the Santa Maria, sank in 1492.<p>"All the geographical, underwater topography and archaeological evidence strongly …


Orange is the New Black (Genocide)

- Advertisement -<p>Originally Posted at<p>In this clip form Acronym TV's full show on the call for a month of resistance to Mass …