Beth King

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How to Make Preserved Lemons at Home

Step-by-step instructions for making your own preserved lemons at home, according to Rolf and Daughters chef Philip Krajeck<p>We love using preserved lemons in the <i>BA</i> kitchen, and Rolf and Daughters chef <b>Philip Krajeck</b>'s recipe makes the best we've ever tasted. They take 10 minutes to prep and need only …

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Spicy Peanut Sauce Recipe

This spicy peanut sauce isn't hot just for heat's sake—it combines different types of hot spices to build complexity and create a delicious, multi-layered sauce.<p>Read the Whole Story<p>Ingredients1/2 cup creamy peanut butter1/4 cup hot water2 tablespoons Thai red curry paste2 tablespoons palm sugar or …

Greek Turkey Burgers + Garlic Dill Mayo

April 10, 2013 by Laurie McNamara<p><i>In these Greek Turkey Burgers; ground turkey is mixed with olives, roasted red peppers and feta for a delicious</i> …

Tropical Sunshine Smoothie

Roasted Garlic and Sweet Potato Crostini

Heat oven to 400°. Cut 1⁄4" from the top of each garlic head, exposing the cloves. Drizzle each with olive oil and wrap tightly in foil. Place in a …

I Heart My City: Keith’s Amsterdam

Welcome back city lovers to another Friday edition of <b>I Heart My City</b>. This week Keith Jenkins, traveler and writer behind the Velvet Escape blog, gives us his insider’s tour of <b>Amsterdam</b>. Read on to discover some of Keith’s great tips, like where to score the city’s best Flemish fries.<p>Want to see …

I Heart My City: Anne’s Fairbanks

Photographer, writer, and music industry publicist <b>Anne Kristoff</b> splits her time between New York City and wherever her husband, a Blackhawk pilot, happens to be stationed. Living in Fairbanks (her hubby is at Fort Wainwright) and blogging about Alaskan art and culture on AK vs AK has been a nice …

I Heart My City: Andy’s Edinburgh

Hello city lovers! Andy Hayes, author of the Edinburgh Walking Guides, takes us on a stroll through his favorite city.<p>Want to see your city on IT? Copy and paste our list of fill-in-the-blank questions into an e-mail, fill in your answers, and send your responses to IntelligentTravel@ngs.org. And …

I Heart My City: Lindsey’s Paris

Bonjour city-lovers! Welcome to another Wednesday edition of <b>I Heart My City</b>. Today’s insider guide to <b>Paris, France</b> comes from Lindsey Tramuta, an American expat, writer, photographer, and baker who shares tales about the City of Light on her Lost in Cheeseland blog. Read about Lindsey’s favorite …

I Heart My Spooky City

<b>To flout superstition, here are 13 of the spookiest spots on Earth, suggested by the locals who know them best:</b><p>If you’re planning a trip to northern England (or Scotland), make plans to visit <b>Chillingham Castle</b> in <b>Northumberland</b>, a place that lives up to its name. The medieval castle’s most …

I Heart My City: Shelly’s Oxford

<b>Shelly Lachish</b> is an ecologist and freelance writer who covers travel, science, and the natural world. She has lived in Australia, Mexico, Israel and Canada, but currently resides in Oxford, England, where she moonlights as an academic. Learn more about Shelly on her blog, The Travel Affair, and on …

I Heart My City: Ksenia’s Moscow

Today’s <b>I Heart My City</b> comes from Intelligent Travel reader Ksenia Ryabukhina. Ksenia was born and raised in <b>Moscow, Russia,</b> and still calls the city home today. Check out her insider tips to the city, then tell us what you love about Moscow in the comments section below.<p><b>Moscow</b> <b>is My City</b><p><b>The first</b> …

Nation's first marijuana tourism company touts its...well...tours

Two Denver entrepreneurs…have started the nation’s first marijuana tourism company. For several hundred bucks…My 420 Tours will pick visitors up at …

Dichroic Extract – New from Coatings by Sandberg

I’m off to Las Vegas on thursday to go to Glass Craft and Bead Expo. This is the opportunity to see the glass folk and also see what’s new. Well, …

Articles about jens risoms block island family retreat on Dwell.com - Dwell

Designer Jens Risom returns to his 1967 prefab off the coast of Rhode Island, readying it for his family's next generation.<p>The designer's granddaughter muses on growing up and living with his well-loved creations.<p>A tribute to honor the 100th birthday of midcentury master Jens Risom.<p>Jens Risom …

Hands-On With The Elder Scrolls Online At PAX East 2013

We had a chance to get around two hours of hands-on with <b>The Elder Scrolls Online</b> at PAX East 2013. This may seem like a lot of time, but two hours is a drop in the bucket when it comes to MMORPG gameplay assessment. We got a taste of combat, crafting, and quests. Let’s start out with a single …

Sex, religion and violence: The big concerns for international game ratings

Content localization can be a minefield for game developers as they work to release their games around the world. Add the wrong content, make a localization mix up and your game could get pulled from stores nationwide.<p>Speaking during a GDC panel about localization and ratings, Zeb Wedell, …

250 million users play games on Facebook each month, developers have earned $2 billion

Facebook took to the Game Developers Conference today armed with some new statistics that reinforce the company's standing as a popular hub for casual gaming. Over 250 million users are playing games on Facebook.com each month, with roughly 20 percent of the social network's daily visitors taking …

Harmonix narrative designer discusses authorship 'myth' and challenges of narrative

In order to make progress in game development, people in the industry need to understand that authorship is collaborative, Harmonix senior narrative designer Matthew Weise said during a GDC panel.<p>Weise, formerly a Massachusetts Institute of Technology game scholar, spoke during the "Getting a Team …

Violent games are creatively too easy, says Spec Ops writer

Spec Ops: The Line writer Walt Williams believes violent games are, creatively speaking, too easy. Speaking today during a Game Developers Conference panel, Williams lamented the ubiquitous use of killing in many first-person shooters, saying such actions have become not only mundane, but also …