Rob Haroutiunian

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Mamma mia! A pizza festival is coming to London

London. Pizza. Festival. Drink it in. And then get online to the Young and Foodish website, where you can buy a ticket to… Yes! The London Pizza …

19 reasons why you should visit the cheapest country in Europe

Regular readers will know that Bulgaria features at the top of nearly every survey into the cheapest destinations in Europe. But there’s more to the eastern European country than its price tag. Allow us to introduce you to the reasons Bulgaria really should be your next holiday.<p>1. It’s cheap as …

How radio telescopes show us unseen galaxies

Our universe is strange, wonderful and vast, says astronomer Natasha Hurley-Walker. A spaceship can't carry you into its depths (yet) -- but a radio …

Universe

How to cook the perfect roasted cauliflower

The once-unfancied brassica has usurped kale as the hipster vegetable of choice. No wonder: it is endlessly versatile and makes a great centrepiece<p>Vegetables go in and out of fashion, just like hemlines. (They have always done so among those wealthy enough to have the luxury of choice, so you can …

Cauliflower

Physicists Attack Math’s $1,000,000 Question

Physicists are attempting to map the distribution of the prime numbers to the energy levels of a particular quantum system.<p>Prime numbers, the …

Mathematics

6 Ways to Tenderize a Tough Cut of Meat

Tough cuts of meat, like chuck roast, brisket, hanger steak, and flank steak, aren't just cheaper than their leaner counterparts — when cooked just …

The 15 most useful Google apps you never knew existed

Google can be your best friend when it comes to searching for answers or information online. Millions of people use it every day, but only few can …

Why Do We Die?

It is tempting to set up religion against science in any discussion of life, death, and purpose. But religion and science are different kinds of …

Biology

Cocktail Party Physics

This week's physics highlights include solving the riddle of cosmic dust, absolute zero is now a mathematical outlaw, and the discovery of five new …

The Food Lab: The Reverse Sear Is the Best Way to Cook a Steak, Period

More<p>Guide to Steak<p>All the methods and tips you need to make perfect steak, each and every time.<p>I've been using and writing about the reverse sear—the technique of slow-cooking a steak or roast before finishing it off with a hot sear—for well over a decade now, but I've never written a definitive …

Physicists Say They've Created an 'Impossible' New Form of Matter: Supersolids

The most compelling evidence yet that supersolids exist.<p>Our world just got a little stranger, with physicists claiming they've successfully created a …

Quantum Physics

NASA will reveal a major discovery this week

And it may contain life forms<p><b>UPDATED:</b><p>NASA have announced that they have found seven earth-like planets which orbit one star.<p><b>21 February</b><p>The US space …

Astronomy

Ask Ethan: How Can I Travel Through Space Without Getting Into Trouble?

Whether it was NASA, <i>Star Trek</i> or Einstein that first inspired you, space travel offers some incredible possibilities for us all. The idea of rocketing or beaming into space and traveling interplanetary or interstellar distances is a dream many of us have considered, but we still have the laws of …

Britain's top pubs for Sunday lunch, picked by Telegraph experts

L’Antica Pizzeria da Michele: a slice of Naples in London

It’s been wowing pizza-lovers in Naples since 1870, but now the world-renowned pizzeria has opened its doors in London. We went there to see how its …

Get 50 percent off bowling and food at All Star Lanes in Brick Lane this week

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Hemsley & Hemsley: Sticky Toffee Pudding

Jasmine's favourite dessert - she is the sticky toffee pudding monster. Our version of this wonderfully sticky, traditional pudding takes out …

Behold, Tahdig: How Iranians Make Rice The Best Part Of Every Meal

"It's the ultimate in crunchy golden goodness -- somewhere between fried chicken and popcorn."<p><i>In response to the Muslim ban, one way for us to navigate these times is to educate ourselves ― to learn what we can about the cultures of the nations that are affected. We’re starting small, with a simple</i> …

How to cook rump steak to perfection

City breaks with kids: Barcelona

It’s a favourite destination for adults, but Barcelona has loads to offer kids, whether they’re into football, science, the seaside or amusement parks<p>The Gothic Quarter’s warren of medieval alleyways is great fun to explore, and one of its hidden treasures is the original Papabubble store on Calle …

Blockchain sees data security potential in Singapore

Because it provides a public "immutable" ledger, blockchains can facilitate a "single source of truth" and offer a robust, inexpensive way for …

Blockchain

Blue cheese recipes | Readers’ recipe swap

There are big flavours in this week’s recipes as sweet, salty and creamy cheeses add punch to your distinctive tartlets, pasties, salads and traybakes<p><b>Take part in our next theme – LEEKS. Scroll to the bottom to find out how …</b><p>I love few things more than a cheese counter where buying involves tasting …

Readers' travel photography competition: December – the winners

Work, rest and play feature heavily in this month’s selection of readers’ images. Scroll down to see the entries, and winners, judged by Mick Ryan of fotovue.com. Monthly winners will be displayed at a year-end exhibition at the Guardian’s London office; the overall prize is a fantastic Secret …

How People Get Holiday Tipsy All Around The World

Let's go beyond eggnog, shall we?<p>All around the world, different cultures wait to bust out certain drinks to celebrate the holiday season. In the U.S., eggnog is king, but in Europe, South America and other parts of the world, other festive beverages reign supreme.<p>We rounded up some delicious …

Pork Wellington

Step 1<p>Make The Pancakes<p>Tip the flour and the salt into a large mixing bowl and crack in the eggs and whisk while slowly pouring in the milk, keeping …

Recipes

The Best Weeknight Dinners Of 2016

<i>For</i> Bon Appetit<i>, by Bon Appetit.</i><p>Weeknight dinner can be a drag, especially when you're staring at an empty fridge and the same pantry ingredients that have been taking up space in there all year. But not when these 20 recipes are around. Our favorite weeknight dinner recipes of 2016 shake …

A Possible Break in One of Evolution's Biggest Mysteries

Whales have a history that is among the strangest and least-understood of any animal—and barnacles might be the key to unlocking their secrets.<p>Once upon a time, before India knew Asia, when alligators sunned themselves on shores north of the Arctic Circle, a small, timid, dog-like creature …

Xanthe Clay's chorizo stuffed mini peppers

In this video, Telegraph food writer Xanthe Clay shares her recipe for deliciously simple stuffed mini peppers, made by stuffing baby sweet peppers with a chorizo and breadcrumb mixture.<p>This is part of a Telegraph video series where Xanthe shares a range of easy canapé recipes to inspire you …

Recipes

Mesmerizing Video Shows Swimming Feather Star

The marine invertebrate, which is known as a living fossil, was filmed in Thailand.<p>Beauty gets better with age, and these sea animals are mesmerizing proof.<p>Feather stars are a type of marine invertebrate with featherlike arms that radiate from a central body. They date back about 200 million years, …

University of Michigan

Linguine Con Porcini

Step 1<p>Soak The Mushrooms For 1 Hour<p>cook the pasta al dente and drain it. In a small saucepan use 4 tbsp mushroom water and oil and bring it up to …