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How to Make a Bûche de Noël, You Crazy Person

Why burn a log when you can bake a cake that looks like one? Outdo yourself with our outrageous bûche de Noël.<p>Of all the quirky, inexplicable, reindeer-embellished holiday traditions out there, making your own Yule log might take the cake. Why would anyone in their right mind create a dessert that …

Dessert

Best Napa Valley Wineries to Visit

The best Napa Valley wineries to visit feature a tasting room in a cave, artisanal cheese pairings, on-site sommeliers and more <i>—Megan Krigbaum (with</i> …

Are We Ready for an Ag Tech Revolution?

The technology has been ready for decades, but the time is finally ripe for the world to take a new approach to agriculture, says entrepreneur Randy Komisar.<p>Komisar is a founding director of TiVo, a partner at venture capitalist firm, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, and a lead investor in Nest—a …

Farming

Enterprise Software’s Trillion-Dollar Opportunity

Aaron Levie Contributor<p>Aaron Levie is the Chief Executive Officer of Box.<p>More posts by this contributor:<p>Now the cloud wars (really) begin<br>• The Industrialist’s Dilemma<p>Outside of the tech industry, an unmistakable trend is sweeping the business world.<p>Companies in industries as far ranging as …

The cannibalistic practice helped the Fore tribe develop genetic resistance to a mad cow-like disease. This is useful for scientists studying diseases like dementia<p>Research involving a former brain-eating tribe from Papua New Guinea is helping scientists better understand mad cow disease and other …

Papua New Guinea

How I Built a Barbecue Restaurant in Brooklyn: Changing the Menu and Considering Feedback

More<p>How I Built a Barbecue Restaurant in Brooklyn<p>More tales from the restaurant industry<p>The vast majority of barbecue pits are Kansas City or Texas "offset"-based, i.e., they cook using raw wood instead of burnt wood embers. As New York City's first Carolina barbecue stylist, I had no local vendors …

The New Russian Tea Cakes, Two Ways

The dough for these flavorful, melt-in-your mouth cookies is based on that for the iconic Russian Tea Cake. (Arguably these are Extra-Russian Tea Cakes, what with the buckwheat flour and all...)<p>You may serve them simply dusted with powdered sugar, like traditional RTCs, or poke each cookie gently …

8 Ways to Celebrate the Season of Confit

This time of year, it’s dark when you get home from work, the temperatures are dropping if it’s not already snowing, and those chilly morning …

Corner Store Party Drink Kits Are a Thing in San Francisco

The first mixed drink I ever had was five glugs from five bottles in my parents’ liquor cupboard, mingled up in a tall plastic glass and topped off …

San Francisco

The Best Free Workout Videos on YouTube

Now that the holidays are creeping around the corner, you may have to break up with your regularly scheduled sweat sessions, at least temporarily. …

Exercise

DIY "Hidden Pool" Disappears Under Grass-Covered Top (video)

Having a pool in your backyard is awesome, but not many homeowners agree. There are some who think having grass and room for kids to play is way more …

Cat people are smarter than dog people, study says

I fear I may have found a more emotive subject that Apple vs. Samsung. Or Apple vs. Microsoft. Or just Apple.<p>For one of the world's top academic institutions, Carroll University in Wisconsin, decided to tread into that cauldron of high dudgeon: cats vs. dogs.<p>I understand that, though some people …

Pets

What Recruiters Look At During The 6 Seconds They Spend On Your Resume

Although we may never know why we didn't get chosen for a job interview, a recent study is shedding some light on recruiters' decision-making behavior. According to TheLadders research, recruiters spend an average of "six seconds before they make the initial 'fit or no fit' decision" on …

Ten questions to ask when pricing your product

Great products and services don't guarantee success. You also have to price them correctly, which requires knowing your customers well and what they're willing to pay, as well as what your competitors are charging. You also might consider market segmentation, product bundling, and both the tangible …

Bourbon Bacon Whipped Sweet Potatoes with Brown Butter and Crispy Sage

Whipped Bourbon Bacon Sweet Potatoes.<p><i>by</i> Jessica <i>on</i> November 13, 2013 141<p>I present to you… the trashiest of the sweet potatoes.<p>It’s like every single …

African Elephants Understand Human Gestures

African elephants correctly interpret human pointing cues to find hidden food, without being trained to do so.<p><b>It turns out African elephants really do get the point. New research suggests these gray pachyderms can follow human gestures—like pointing—just as dogs are able to follow when we point to</b> …

First Person: Happiness Is … Being an Aussie

Yet again, Australia tops the list of happiest countries.<p><b>As I sit at our kitchen table on yet another unseasonably damp and chilly morning in Sussex, England, watching the rain streak down the windowpanes and listening to the dawn rush of traffic on our far-too-busy street, I find myself thinking</b> …

Best Underwater Pictures: Winners of 2013 Amateur Contest

A seal in a kelp forest and lionfish on the hunt are among winning pictures of the University of Miami's annual underwater-photography contest.

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A Breakthrough in How We Work to Protect Our Oceans

The Bering Sea is known to scientists and conservationists as one of the most remarkable places on Earth -- a home to sponges, coral, fish, crab, skates, sperm whales, orcas, Steller sea lions, and a vast array of other species all part of a delicate ecosystem extremely vulnerable to human …

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If you don’t have video in your content mix, you’re missing out. It’s simpler to make than ever, ...<p>November 1, 2017<p>Want to know how to make …

The Shorebreak Art of Clark Little

Marlin<p>Little thinks this is probably his favorite shot of all time. “I remember taking it. I saw it for a split second and I’m like gosh, this is unbelievable,” he says. “It’s just this frozen water that looks like a glass blown image. It’s just this crazy shot that I’ve never been able to get …

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Baby elephant, hangin' with some egrets. http://t.co/Mua4de8t