Andreas Nissén Sørensen

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Bourbon–Sea Salt Caramels

Makes about 100 caramels<p>Sweetened condensed milk makes this salted caramel recipe extra-luscious.<p>December 2013Print<p>Ingredients<p>Nonstick vegetable oil spray<p>2 cups sugar<p>½ cup light corn syrup<p>1 14-oz. can sweetened condensed milk<p>½ cup (1 stick) unsalted butter, cut into small pieces<p>2 tablespoons bourbon<p>…


Google patents lie-detecting throat tattoo

Google tattoo would also help make conversations in noisy situations easier, as well as flashing when it thinks you are lying<p>Google has filed a patent for a throat tattoo which not only blocks out background noise in a bid to make telephone conversations in crowded restaurants easier, but also …

Wearable Tech

Biotech boom brings new medicines and biofuels but fears about GM remain

For scientist Jack Newman, creating a new life form has become as simple as this: he types out a DNA sequence on his laptop. Clicks "send". And a few metres away in the laboratory, robotic arms mix together some compounds to produce the desired cells.<p>Newman's biotech company is creating new …

Weekend Planner: Burger Bonanza and Craft Beers


8 of Seattle's Juiciest, Must-Try Burgers


Pear Pie with Red Wine and Rosemary

8 Servings<p>Pastry chef Kierin Baldwin’s pie dough method is special in a couple of ways. First, she uses a combination of butter, which lends rich flavor, and shortening, which makes the flakiest crusts. The best of both worlds. Her technique of repeatedly flattening and stacking the dough coats the …


Cooking Off the Cuff: Sweet Shallots + Sweet Squash = A Savory Side Dish

Anyone who reads these posts -- and their predecessors in other places -- knows that every fall Jackie and I eat a lot of winter squash and pumpkin (I use the terms interchangeably). It's an annual craze, really. This year, it coincides with another mild obsession: for shallots, which I've been …

7 Top-Notch Turkey Dishes Around Boston


Joanne Chang's Harvard Lecture: 'The Science of Sweets'

<i>Harvard University's third annual Science & Cooking public lecture series brings chefs from around the world to lecture on the intersection of science and cooking. And Eater Boston editor Rachel Leah Blumenthal is on the scene. This week: Joanne Chang of Boston's Flour Bakery + Cafe and Myers +</i> …