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Build the Cheese Plate of Your Dreams by Avoiding These 6 Common Mistakes

Everyone loves a good cheese plate—here's how to compose the perfect one, every time.<p><b>It's always the right time for a cheese plate</b>, but with the holiday and entertaining season close upon us, we've got fromage even more on our mind than usual. And pulling a cheese plate together is easy: All you …

Cheese

From Friends to The Crown: the best TV shows on Netflix UK

7 of the best campsites in Wales

Wild, wonderful Wales has something to offer every camper – from adventurous families to romantic minibreakers. These 7 super sites are taken from …

RVs

Make Overnight Oats That Actually Taste Good by Avoiding These Common Mistakes

Faster, faster, faster! Make a better breakfast in a hurry by perfecting the art of overnight oats.<p>When it comes to fast, healthy breakfast options, it's hard to beat overnight oats. They're the ultimate big-batch food, meaning they easily double, triple, and quadruple in scale—and they get better …

Breakfast

Fuzzy Nautilus Rediscovered and Filmed After 30 Years

Changing Planet<p>It’s really nice to see an old friend after a long absence.<p>Thirty years after the discovery of the fuzzy, slimy, <i>Allonautilus scrobiculatus</i>, I returned to Papua New Guinea to see if this remarkable living fossil had survived the decades of shell hunting and environmental degradation …

The 11 Most Zen Places On The Planet

More than just vacation destinations, some places have long been revered for their natural beauty and spiritual power. Whether sparkling lake, clear-blue ocean or majestic mountain, these spots will help you find your inner om.<p><b>Mount Kailash, Tibet. View Panoramic.</b><p>This mountain in western Tibet is a …

Panoramic Photography

25 things to do in wild Scotland

From basking sharks to breathtaking hikes, Scotland offers world-class wilderness thrills. Here are some of our favourites...<p>1. Watch sea eagles on …

The Philippines for beginners: 7 first-timer fails to avoid on your trip

The Philippines is a relatively easy travel destination by Southeast Asian standards. English is widely spoken, and the country has an endearing don't-worry-be-happy vibe, soothing for first-time visitors. Alas, volatile weather and natural disasters can mess up trips in a hurry, while a menu of …

Asia

Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2015: the best entries so far

Leave it out: are food intolerances fact or fad?

Serious food allergies are rare, while intolerance of many common foods – from dairy products to gluten in bread – is increasing. Are we in the midst of a health craze or something more complicated?<p>You know the scenario: you invite some friends over for dinner and they graciously accept. But then …

Immune System

The Science of Melting Cheese

More<p>All About Cheese<p>Everything you need to know about eating and cooking with curds<p>Have you ever gotten all excited to make a grilled cheese and then...your cheese just doesn't melt? Or maybe it breaks, separating into a tough, stringy mass surrounded by a pool of oil? Yup, it's a crappy feeling. …

Protein
Human Rights

See Shooting Stars Galore as Meteor Shower Peaks

The top-rated Perseid meteor shower reaches its height of activity this week as fragments of a comet collide with Earth's atmosphere.<p>Sky-watchers are set to make a lot of wishes this week as the heavens open up with a flurry of shooting stars. The Perseid meteor shower is considered the "Old …

Cosy becomes cool: five great cabins to rent in the UK

Whether its cabins, huts, pods or even yabins (yurt + cabin), small is currently beautiful when it comes to glamping rentals. As the site cabinly.co.uk prepares to launch we pick five little joints where you can try out the downsizing dream<p>Tiny houses are big news. Last weekend Colorado Springs …

Outdoors

Take health warnings with a pinch of salt

Telegraph View: Research suggesting butter is, in fact, good for us is just another reason to doubt the experts<p>Over the years we have been given so much conflicting nutritional advice that people find it hard to take it seriously any longer. For instance, no food product has had a worse press than …

Labour's biggest donors pledge to stop giving cash if 'economically illiterate' Jeremy Corbyn wins race

Exclusive: Five major Labour donors warn against 'disastrous' hard-Left candidate amid fears party could be out of power for decades<p><b>Labour</b>’s biggest individual donors have pledged to stop giving money if Jeremy Corbyn becomes leader in a move that could leave the party almost entirely dependent on …

Hull City AFC

Be Like Ben & Jerry: Make Core Ice Cream

<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: Kelsey Tenney of Appeasing a Food Geek shows us how to make ice cream that's good to the core—literally.</i><p>Ben and Jerry are definitely a couple of …

Lake Superior

Sir Roger Moore on Cecil the lion: 'Hunting is a coward's pastime'

We should protect the most vulnerable and helpless in society, not destroy them – much less derive pleasure from doing so<p>Fact: hunting is a coward's pastime, and no one has demonstrated that more clearly than the American dentist Walter Palmer, who apparently paid over £30,000 to gun down a lion to …

3D-printed clothing collection took student 2,000 hours to produce

Nine months of research and 2,000 hours to print: That's how long it took student Danit Peleg to complete her final design project.<p>Peleg, a …

3D Printing

Bucolic Bulgaria - and 12 more destinations that are stuck in a time warp

European Travel

Pluto: ten things we now know about the dwarf planet

With the immediate excitement of the Pluto flyby behind us, here are the ten most important things we now know about this fascinating world<p><b>Pluto is larger than we thought</b> Pluto’s diameter is larger than expected at 2,370 kilometres across. This is about two-thirds the size of Earth’s moon, giving …

Solar System

Greek salad in a jar

This Greek salad with chickpeas, feta and olives can be put in a portable jar for a delicious, healthy lunch<p>Spicing up a Greek salad with chickpeas is always a good idea. This tasty, greens-free salad is perfect when you’re tired of eating leafy greens but still want to keep lunch healthy. You …

The oil guide: which to use for frying, drizzling and roasting

Thought you knew which oil to drizzle over your salad and which to roast your potatoes with? Think again.<p>Scientists have discovered that heating up vegetable oils leads to the release of high concentrations of chemicals called aldehydes, <b>which have been linked to illnesses including cancer, heart</b> …

We all need to stop eating meat now, and this is why

If even Alex Proud, a half-German meat lover, thinks it's time to embrace vegetarianism, perhaps we all should<p>I am thinking of becoming a vegetarian and I blame Professor Stephen Hawking.<p>A bit of a leap, I know, but bear with me. Last week, it was announced that the Russian technology billionaire …

Can Breadfruit Overcome Its Past to Be a Superfood of the Future?

An unusual crop that was once a staple across the tropics seems to be making a comeback. Starchy and packed with nutrients, breadfruit isn’t a typical fruit. And while this cousin of the mulberry may not be at the top of anyone’s dream menu, it could be the key to food security in part of the world.<p>…

Three scientists investigating melting Arctic ice may have been assassinated, professor claims

Cambridge Professor Peter Wadhams suspects the deaths of the three scientists were more than just an ‘extraordinary’ coincidence<p>A Cambridge Professor has made the astonishing claim that three scientists investigating the melting of Arctic ice may have been assassinated within the space of a few …

University College London