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Hot frozen food startup Daily Harvest makes healthy, balanced dinners I can cook in under 10 minutes

<i>The</i> <i>Insider Picks</i> <i>team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase.</i><p>Daily Harvest<p>If you haven't heard of it yet, Daily Harvest is a healthy eating subscription service that's making it easier to enjoy …

A vegan fast-casual chain you've never heard of is expanding nationwide — and that should scare legacy brands

Steve Heeley, CEO of the healthy fast-casual chain Veggie Grill, is betting he can make vegan food not just palatable, but "craveable."<p>Founded in 2007, Veggie Grill serves burgers, sandwiches, and salads that have fewer calories than traditional fast-food — and happen to be vegan. The chain takes …

Fast Casual

The Z Grills Elite 900 is an all-in-one cookout workhorse that’s easy to use

It’s just about time for BBQ season regardless of where you happen to be in North America, which means grilling time, too. The Z Grills Elite 900 is a new smoker/BBQ/general purpose cooker option that combines a lot of versatility into a relatively compact package, without requiring the kind of …

Cook Out

Ask Ethan: What Is Spacetime?

When it comes to understanding the Universe, there are a few things everyone’s heard of: Schrödinger’s cat, the Twin Paradox and E = mc^2. But despite being around for over 100 years now, General Relativity — Einstein’s greatest achievement — is largely mysterious to everyone from the general …

Physics

Internet-Connected Sheep and the New Roaming Wireless

Scientists around the world are building sensor networks that rely on the natural environment.<p>The Internet of Things is one of those buzzy phrases that has driven technology and business since it was first coined nearly two decades ago. Usually it’s applied to urban areas where the idea is that …

Pizza

Do you know your Detroit-style from your New Haven apizza? Neapolitan from Grandma?<p>By Arthur Bovino<p>A few tips: Letting the cast-iron pan preheat in a blazing hot oven will help ensure a...<p>By Brad Leone<p>Half Buffalo chicken wings. Half pizza. This is a joint venture between the tastiest...<p>By Alex …

Cooking

You've Got to See What's Inside These Cakes

A surprise inside.<p>Don't judge a book by its cover... Or a cake by its icing. This article originally appeared on redbookmag.com.

8 of the Coolest Bunk Beds We've Ever Seen

Designs kids and adults will love.<p>Who didn't want a bunk bed when they were growing up? Kids will love these designs — and maybe even adults, too!

Mischievous joker, junk-food addict and creative thinker: how I’ll remember Tony Benn

I met Tony Benn at the end of 1985, and worked for him until his death in March 2014. When I started – as a temporary typist – I knew very little about him. He drank gallons of tea. He had renounced a peerage. He had opposed the Falklands war. He had defended the miners and the Wapping printers. In …

UK faces £34bn bill for black hole in EU budget

EU accused of financial mismanagement after auditors find huge black hole in the Brussels budget<p>Auditors have identified a black hole in European Union budgets that could lead to extra demands for cash from the British taxpayer of up to £34 billion over the next six years.<p>David Cameron will be …

The Most Romantic Getaways Under $100

Budget romantic vacations<p>Even when visiting the world's most romantic destinations, the cost of lodging doesn't have to break the bank.

Q Without U: 9 Must-Know Words for Words With Friends

Words with Friends

13 Problems Only The Ultimate Bargain Hunters Will Understand

But no problem will ever be big enough to keep you from shopping for deals.<p><b>1. You can never find your Christmas cards when it's time to send them out — after all they've been in storage since December 26th of last year.</b> You know the virtue of buying everything off-season. And even if your storage …

All the Crazy Fish You Can Catch in Hawaii—and How to Cook Them

There are more varieties of fish in Hawaiian waters than there are ways to mispronounce "poke." Here's our guide to what they are and how to cook 'em.<p>The assorted fish are spread out on the cutting board like a deck of cards.<p>Uhu, kumu, opakapaka, shutome, onaga and sashimi-grade, bigeye ahi…French …

Seafood

How to make the perfect naan bread

I’m not scared of taking on Indian food – far from it, dal is a regular Sunday-night treat, and my perfect kofta curry is a delicious work in progress. But in my house, these things are always served with rice, due to my assumption that the gorgeous, pillowy naans I love for soaking up that rich, …

In Which We Bring New Meaning to the Phrase 'Food Porn'

Making dessert has never been sexier.<p>So you want to learn to whip cream? Ice a cake? Artfully drizzle chocolate on your... macarons? Instructional cooking videos can be incredibly helpful—but also, unfortunately, a little bit dry. We thought we'd remedy that. Spice things up a little. Below, we …

Ice Cream

21 recipe ideas for leftover roast chicken

There’s a great deal of chicken sacrificed at the altar of waste in the UK; a staggering 280,000 tonnes in 2012, of which 110,000 was avoidable. This has always seemed a bit odd to me as out of all the food stuffs wasted in the UK chicken is one of the most versatile; a bit of leftover roast …

I stir the cocoa: is the misheard lyric under threat?

I vividly remember the moment of embarrassment. I was young, with an overactive imagination. Well, that’s my excuse. It was the 1980s, the single was in the charts, and with saved-up paper round money pressed in my hot, eager hand, I went to buy it from my local Woolworths in Stretford, Manchester. …

What can maths teach us about music?

A brilliant lecture by Marcus du Sautoy on music and maths gets Ivan Hewett thinking<p>“The mind counting without being conscious that it is counting.” That’s how the the philosopher Leibniz described listening to music. By the time he came along, the idea that music and maths had a deep connection …

Mathematics

The Known Universe by AMNH

Universe

How to Make Teriyaki Sauce at Home

<i>It's always more fun to DIY. Every week, we'll spare you a trip to the grocery store and show you how to make small batches of great foods at home.</i><p><i>Today: Stephanie Le from I Am a Food Blog is pulling back the curtain on teriyaki sauce, and revealing that you only need 5 ingredients to make it</i> …

Seafood

Steal This Look: A Rustic Porch and Summerhouse in Australia

We recently looked at the interiors of Ellis House, a historic guesthouse in Kyneton, Australia. Today, we’re dissecting the outdoor style of the …

How to make a Watermelon Keg! (3D Printed)

Why It's Perfectly Fine If Microsoft Has Lost Money On Xbox One [Updated]

According to a recent SEC report, Microsoft's Xbox division revenue is now up to $1.7B annually, because of the Xbox One, but its costs are up to $2.1B, also because of the Xbox One. That’s yielded a collection of startled headlines about how Microsoft has dropped the ball with their new console by …

France's legendary police HQ reels from mystery of the missing cocaine

The word most often used to describe the imposing 36 Quai des Orfèvres – France's equivalent to Scotland Yard – is <i>mythique,</i> or legendary. Home to the Police Judiciare, nicknamed <i>les flics</i>, the building flanking the river Seine at the heart of Paris has been the backdrop for films, novels and …

Incredible journey: one wolf's migration across Europe

Slavc is a wolf. In 2011, he began an epic 2,000 kilometre migration across Europe from Slovenia to Italy via the Austrian Alps. Several months earlier, he had been fitted with a collar that allowed his movements to be tracked in incredible detail. I talked to Hubert Potočnik, the biologist whose …

Desktop-sized laser supercomputers could be coming by 2020

Small, eco-friendly optical supercomputers may soon be crunching quadrillions of calculations per second (exaflops) if a company called Optalysys has its way. It claims to be months away from demonstrating a prototype optical computer that will run at 346 gigaflops to start with -- not as fast as …

Mary Berry's very best apple dessert cake

I’ve been doing this special and remarkably easy recipe for years. The apples can be windfalls or even shrivelled ones left in the fruit bowl. Serve warm with ice cream or crème fraîche as a dessert, or with coffee in the morning as one would a Danish pastry, again warm, dusted with icing …

Dessert

Tea Time Is Bubbling Up in London

Biju Bubble Tea has landed on Old Compton Street, in London's Soho, and it looks to be brewing up something new for the area. I headed down to the …

13 Cheesecake Recipes, from Chocolate to Pumpkin to Greek Yogurt

13 of our best cheesecake recipes, from classic to pumpkin to s'mores to peach.<p><b>Cheesecake is an all-seasons treat</b>—berries in the summer, pumpkin in the fall, chocolate ALL THE TIME. You can even give it an Italian accent (we're looking at you, ricotta and mascarpone). But, most importantly, it's …

Dessert