Marg Clarkson

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This Is the Secret to Perfect Stovetop Bacon

When I heard that adding a little water to a pan of bacon would keep it from splattering fat as it cooked, I had to give the trick a try for myself. …

Breakfast

First Image From 'Sherlock' Season Three: Nighthawks at the Diner – /Film

We’ve known that the first episode of the third season of <b>Sherlock</b>, starring <b>Benedict Cumberbatch</b> and <b>Martin Freeman</b>, would deal with the fact that no …

9 Savory Apple Recipes

We're suffering, and going to the doctor ain't gonna help. This new condition is called “apple overload,” and it's no surprise -- apples are arriving everywhere. They grace our teachers’ desks, keep that pesky doctor away, and, nowadays, appear in silhouette on the backs of our computers. It’s even …

Coconut Quinoa

6 Servings<p>Active Time: 15 min<p>Total Time: 50 min<p>This recipe, with its double dose of coconut, is a quinoa game-changer.<p>October 2013Print<p>Ingredients<p>1 tablespoon virgin coconut oil<p>1½ cups quinoa, rinsed well<p>1 13.5-oz. can unsweetened coconut milk<p>1 teaspoon kosher salt<p>Recipe Preparation<p>Heat oil in a …

Quinoa

Wake and Bake: Barley Porridge

More<p>Breakfast<p>Everything you need to make the most important meal of the day delicious.<p>For something with a name that sounds pretty frumpy (or maybe lumpy? <i>porridge</i>!), I really love the stuff. For years, I've eaten oatmeal almost everyday for breakfast, occasionally subbing in a hot mixed grain …

12 Whiskey And Food Pairings You Need To Know About

Forget the red or white selection at dinner: It's all about the brown now, baby.

The Kitchn

How to Reduce Camera Shake - 6 Techniques

Pin It In this classic DPS post (now updated) photographer Natalie explores 6 ways you can hand hold lenses at low apertures and low shutter speeds …

Cheddar and Horseradish Spread

8 Servings<p>This spread is cheesy, tangy, and a little spicy. Serve with plenty of crackers.<p>October 2013Print<p>Ingredients<p>3 cups grated cheddar<p>⅓ cup dry white wine<p>⅓ cup sour cream<p>3 tablespoons drained prepared horseradish<p>½ teaspoon hot paprika plus more for serving<p>Kosher salt and freshly ground black …

Cheddar

CBC News

23 Things Every Woman Should Stop Doing

It is conventional wisdom that we’re our own worst enemies and despite the cliche, the idea rings true. We often drive ourselves insane striving for perfection in our experiences, relationships and selves, and honestly it just becomes exhausting. So here at HuffPost Women we’re issuing a challenge …

Waste Some Time With These 34 Great Photography Links

Join us as we check out this weeks list of epic photography links, curated by Toad Hollow Photography. This edition features a pair of tutorials, an …

Landscape Photography

7 Tips to Make Your Photos Stand Out

Sometimes very small changes can have huge effects. This is especially true for photography, and this article will share seven of the most powerful …

Depth of Field Simplified

Depth of field (DOF) is probably one of the least understood principles of photography. Most photographers seem aware of its existence, but few seem …

5 Tips For Photographing Moving Water

All of us have seen those amazing silky cotton candy seaside scenes or milky white waterfalls falling down a rock face. They all look so professional …

Lightroom's Tone Curve Explained

It’s no secret that there are many ways to enhance our photographs with Lightroom. By using just a handful of sliders we can get some great results …

Tutorials

40 Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breast Recipes That Are NOT Boring

No dry, flavorless chicken here—you'll want to make everything from crispy cutlets to flavorful soups.<p><b>Chicken breast may be everyone's go-to lean protein</b>—but, man, can it be <i>boring</i>. Too often it's an overcooked afterthought, sautéed and tossed into pasta or tumbled over some greens. Nobody likes …

Cooking

A Secret to the Best Bacon Ever

<b>Preheat the oven to 400°F.</b> Arrange a rack in the lower third of the oven and heat to 400°F. If you're cooking 2 sheets of bacon, position a second …

Bacon

Fall Recipes: Making Summer's End A Little Bit Easier (PHOTOS)

We're always sad when summer comes to an end. We all know it's going to happen, but it still manages to sneak up on us with shorter days and cooler nights making us wish the hot months of summer could just last forever. One way we manage to cope with this inevitable season change is with the best …

Ground Turkey Recipes That Are Actually Delicious

Let's just be honest here and all admit that ground turkey is never the first choice. There are very few people in the world who actually <i>crave</i> ground turkey. We're willing to bet that the words "Man, I just want a turkey meatball sub so bad" have never, ever been spoken. Ground turkey is after all …

How to Make Perfect Paella Every Time

<b>By Martha Rose Shulman</b><p>I was so saddened by the recent death of food writer Penelope Casas. I never met her, but I've long depended on her work for my own research. Her first cookbook, <i>The Foods & Wines of Spain</i>, was published in 1979 and was for decades the only act in town if you wanted to know …

Seafood

8 New Whiskeys (and Whiskies) to Welcome Autumn (and Fall)

You've gotta take the good with the bad, a wise man (I think it was the Isley Brothers) once said. As a hater of autumn, they're words I try to live by during this time of year. I may despise football and earlier sunsets and bare trees and campaign commercials, but one hallmark of the season I can …

Whiskey

Did a Comet Really Kill the Mammoths 12,900 Years Ago?

Did the planetary upheaval 12,900 years ago come from the heavens—or Earth?<p><b>Why did mammoths, mastodons, and other mega-beasts vanish from North America?</b><p>Was it because:<p>1) humans killed them;<p>2) they couldn't hack the climate after the Ice Age ended; or<p>3) an exploding comet ignited continent-wide …

What’s in Your Genes? Join a Twitter Chat with Geneticist Spencer Wells

When National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Robert Ballard, best known for his discovery of the R.M.S. Titanic, first participated in the Genographic Project, he expected to confirm what he already knew of his British-Dutch ancestry. But could his DNA tell him more about his ancient …