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The science behind your delicious cocktail.
At molecular-mixology bars, the science is a big part of the show: Mists of vaporized cocktails, spherified Negronis, and tanks of liquid nitrogen used to freeze glassware and "nitro-muddle" basil. Increasingly though, other bars are working with the same …Food Science
Fine Art Photography Awards (FAPA) announced winners of their annual photography competition.
Ukrainian photographer Maxim Dondyuk has been announced …Art
Sugar causes caffeine molecules to clump together which takes away the bitterness of coffee and tea
Cutting sugar out of the diet proves difficult for most people, but now scientists have shown why it is even tougher to give up in tea and coffee.
The University of York has found that sugar does not …Scientific Research
Ever wonder who is behind the names of your favorite fast food joints? Now you can put a face to the burger.
Before Ray Kroc turned the …Food
When big things come in normal-sized packages.
When I bought a few heads of garlic at the supermarket this week, I felt like I'd won the lottery: They were purple around the contours with long stems, and as weighty as little coin purses. This is the grocery that's so poorly stocked it sometimes …Vegetables
It’s been over two weeks since I bought a new pair shoes and I still haven’t worn them because I wanted to take one last picture of them. Last week I …How-To's
Creating a definitive list of greatest photographers is difficult since most will have rather assertive opinions on why one or the other should be …Portrait Photography
A new infographic reveals exactly what happens when fizzy drinks enter your system
We all know fizzy drinks like Coca Cola are loaded with sugar, but do you really know what happens to your body when you glug a can of the sweet stuff?
An infographic which reveals the disturbing effect Coke has within …Drinking
High water temperatures are leaving fish vulnerable to disease
The great Western drought is now killing salmon by the hundreds of thousands. Officials from the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife have reported that almost half of the 500,000 sockeye salmon migrating up the Columbia River to their …Salmon
Oenophiles rejoiced the day doctors officially advocated for the daily glass of red wine. And for good reason — studies seemed to suggest that regular wine drinking was healthy for the heart.
But the question of why it's beneficial has puzzled scientists for decades; and the hypotheses are …Wine
Why settle for stodgy supermarket potato salads when you can make you own? Here are our favourite versions of the classic summer side
There are some foods that are always worth making from scratch. Pesto, coleslaw, tomato sauce.. all of these taste a million times better when homemade.
But the dish …Recipes
Stuck Indoors? You Can Still Make Great Photos When You Have to Stay Home - Tuts+ Photo & Video Article
Recently here on Tuts+ we published an article about finding inspiration by photographing close to home. In this article, we'll explore inspiration …Insects
Elia Locardi is an internationally-recognized professional travel photographer, Fujifilm Global Ambassador and X-Photographer, writer, public …
Photographer John Paul Filo.
In 2006, photographer Tim Mantoani was sensing a major shift in the photographic industry as shooters began to move away from film and towards digital media.
So over Christmas, Mantoani, who had shot with film for most of his career until then, decided to rent a massive …
Once again, the shortlist demonstrates the vibrancy, diversity and skill of both today's established photographers and, as importantly, the growing …Awards
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Aperture is just one setting that makes up your exposure, but once you understand it you can drastically change how your image looks. In this video …Aperture
Preheat oven to 325°. Stir 1/4 cup sugar and 2 Tbsp. water in a medium heavy saucepan over medium-low heat until sugar dissolves. Increase heat and boil, occasionally swirling pan and brushing down sides with a wet pastry brush, until caramel is medium-dark amber, 5–6 minutes. Working quickly, …Recipes
This is New Orleans-style chicken made with shredded dark meat in a lightly sweet sauce. Delicious served over brown rice. Kids love it, too.
Minutes …Slow Cooker Recipes
Even though you can achieve many effects in Photoshop, here are five photography filters that no photographer should be without…It’s all too easy to …Cameras
For the last 20 years, scientist Rodrigo Medellin has worked to protect a particular endangered species of bat that just might help protect something else in danger – your tequila.
Growing up in Mexico City, Medellin always knew he wasn’t like other children. His first word was “flamingo.” He kept …Tequila
The pretty ones get all the attention—even when it comes to invasive species. The eye-catching but dangerous lionfish has been grabbing headlines for years. However, there are plenty of less attractive invasive species decimating local marine ecosystems in the U.S. and other parts of the world. And …Fish
At the beach, I’m doing my bit to boost the Greek economy by sipping a refreshing Domaine Sigalas Assyrtiko, a salty, smoky white wine from the …Greece
I checked. There is nearly 34 inches of rain in Britain every year, on average. No wonder we talk about weather so much. In the vineyard …Wine
Next step: Unscrambling
It has often been said that you can't unscramble an egg. But you might be able to unboil one.
When you boil an egg, the heat causes the proteins inside the egg white to tangle and clump together, solidifying it. New research published in ChemBioChem by scientists at UC Irvine …
Taste is often dismissed as the most primitive of the senses. But new research reveals it is in many ways the most subtle and complex of them all.
Reporting from kitchens, farms, restaurants, and science labs, Pulitzer Prize-winning author John McQuaid, author of Tasty: The Art and Science of What We …
Not all coffee makers are created equally.
Some are designed to give you the most scientifically "correct" coffee experience, while others are just your basic average deal.
We've put together a list of seven great contraptions for all kinds of coffee drinkers.
Check them out below.
If You Want The Most …Coffee
Sometimes we're so busy looking into the future that we forget to revisit the greatest hits of the past. Here are 15 ideas from old-fashioned kitchens worth incorporating into your own setup.
Above: An enamel farmhouse sink with a drainboard provides space for washing and drying plus elbow room to …Vintage