Jeffrey Nadeau

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WATCH: The Secrets to Making the Best Slow-Cooker Soups

When it comes to making soup, your slow-cooker is your best friend. You can pull it out, fill it with your ingredients, and leave it. You come home …

Merkel agrees to limit on refugees entering Germany

Two weeks after winning elections with a reduced majority, Chancellor Angela Merkel agreed on Sunday to limit Germany's refugee intake in a bid to unite her conservative camp ahead of tough coalition talks to form a new government.<p>Merkel's team huddled with her Bavarian CSU allies led by Horst …

North Africa

Why people think Germans aren’t funny

If the Germans have always had a funny bone in them, just how did this unfortunate stereotype come about?<p>Tears of laughter trickled down my face and I clapped so hard my hands turned red. But I was surprised at my reaction, for I was being hilariously entertained by a German comedian at Quatsch …

Language

This 3-Day Cleanse Tames the Gut Inflammation That Causes Unhealthy Weight Gain

While people typically turn to a clean diet rich in fruits, vegetables, and lean meats in an attempt to look and feel their best, these foods aren't …

When Will the Planet Be Too Hot for Humans? Much, Much Sooner Than You Imagine.

<i>To read an annotated version of this article, complete with interviews with scientists and links to further reading, click</i> <i>here</i><i>.</i><p><b>I.</b> ‘Doomsday’<p><i>Peering</i> …

Climate Change

Thousands of Venezuelans fleeing to the US

Joy and sadness overwhelmed Emelina Guerra when she first walked into a supermarket in Miami.<p>It was full of food, a sight she hadn't seen in her home country, Venezuela, in at least five years.<p>"I was very emotional because I realized my family was here and we finally had everything," says Guerra, …

Venezuela

31 Recipes That Prove Fresh Herbs Make Everything Taste Better

Want a simple way to take your meals to the next level? Look no further than fresh herbs. While the dried stuff is great in a pinch, there’s really …

We're Living In an Era of Actually Good Fruit Salad

These versions wouldn't know those old fruit salads if it passed them on the street.<p>Order a fruit plate at the clandestine Carthage Must Be Destroyed—the mostly unmarked café at the end of an industrial driveway in Bushwick, Brooklyn—and you’re presented with a Pepto-pink plate overflowing with …

Sam Smith

Few Americans Believe The Bible Is The Literal Word Of God

But roughly a quarter believe the Bible should be taken literally.<p>Fewer than one in four Americans ― just 24 percent ― believe the Bible is “the actual word of God, and is to be taken literally, word for word,” according to a new survey by Gallup.<p>Amid the stories of love and redemption in the …

Faith

4 Reasons People Procrastinate and a Cure for Each One

With the ever-increasing barrage of distractions, the percentage of people suffering from serious procrastination issues is on the rise.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Almost everyone procrastinates from time to time, but <i>Psychology Today</i> has stated that an alarming 20 …

How Venezuela’s corrupt socialists are looting the country to death

Venezuela is no longer a country with a government, institutions and a civil society. It’s a geographic area terrorized by a criminal enterprise that …

Venezuela sees sharp rise in infant and maternal mortality

<b>There has been a sharp rise in infant mortality and maternal death rates in Venezuela.</b><p>In the first figures released for two years, the Health Ministry said the number of women dying in childbirth was up by 65%, while child deaths were up 30%.<p>There has also been a jump in illnesses such as malaria …

Obama: The Private Sector Will Lead the Way on Climate Change

Former president Barack Obama said today that the U.S. is progressing on clean energy policy, despite some rollbacks from the Trump …

Being bilingual makes you experience time differently

A new study shows that the words we use to talk about time also shape our view of its passage. This, say researchers, indicates that abstract concepts like duration are relative rather than universal, and that they are also influenced rather than solely innate.<p>The work, published in the American …

Psychology

Here Are 5 Different Grocery Lists For Shopping At Whole Foods On A $20 Budget

<i>This story was originally published on May 9, 2017.</i><p>We are always hunting for the best budget buys when it comes to groceries. We've cased out and …

17 Easy 5-Ingredient Breakfast Ideas

If breakfast means a bowl of cold cereal or a piece of buttered toast as you run out the door, there's something you need to know that's going to …

Attention, America: A part-time Parisian is bringing back the quiche

Being a part-time Parisian allows me a full-time love affair with quiche.The savory tart is everywhere. My favorite cafes have a quiche on the menu; …

Baking

Eating Meat Is Bad For The Planet: But What About Just Eating Less Meat?

The new book The Reducetarian Solution makes the case that easing our carnivorous tendencies will curb climate change and probably make us all healthier—and is a better solution than trying to make a vegetarian world.<p>Around seven years ago, Brian Kateman was eating a hamburger on a plane as he flew …

Ep. 59: Be a Badass at Making Money

This week's episode is sponsored by FreshBooks. Josh and Shelby sit down with author and success coach Jen Sincero to talk about her new book, <i>You Are</i> …

You Should Add Lemon Zest to Everything You Eat and Drink | MyRecipes

Lemon zest belongs in pretty much any food or drink you'd care to ingest in the morning, except perhaps milk. Maybe even that, but I have yet to try …

6 Spiritual Practices For Manifesting Mind-Blowing Success

As a serial entrepreneur, I’ve always loved having the freedom to dictate and design my own life. And at the same time, I’ve often wished I had a …

Taste Beyond The Tongue

There's No Such Thing as Consciousness, According to Philosopher Daniel Dennett

<i>Cogito ergo sum</i> means "I think, therefore I am." That quote—coined by French philosopher René Descartes—is the cornerstone of modern philosophy. What …

Trader Joe's Butter Is As Good As The French Stuff

Perhaps it’s the quality of the French cultures that are added to the cream that unleash its deep potential.<p><i>For</i> Bon Appetit<i>, by Christine Muhlke.</i><p>Not long ago, after a trip to Paris, I set up a butter tasting for a man with a very sophisticated palate. (Because that’s what you do, right?) Alongside …

Sweet Potatoes Four Ways

It's a sweet potato party!

Sweet Potatoes

20-Minute Dinner Recipes for the *Best* Lazy Nights Ever

None of us want to cook a labor-intensive dinner after a long day at work. All we want to do is get home, throw on our comfy pants, pour ourselves a glass of vino, and eat our weight in sweet potato fries. If you were about to hit up your trusty search engine for “30-minute meals that save the …

50 Dressings for Every Salad, Pantry & Whim

<i>Acid is one of the essential elements of cooking, so we partnered with Maille to share tips on how to use it in your everyday cooking—like in pantry and clean-out-the-fridge salads.</i><p>The difference between a pile of greens and a super, dare-we-say mighty salad is the dressing. Or is it a vinaigrette? …

Food

Can you solve the chess problem which holds key to human consciousness?

It might look like a simple chess problem, but this puzzle could finally help scientists uncover what makes the human mind so unique, and why it may never be matched by a computer.<p>75 years after Bletchley Park sought codebreakers in the Second World War by placing a crossword in The Telegraph, …

Artificial Intelligence

A Pantry-Clearing, Belly-Warming Lentil and Chickpea Soup

Two nights ago in preparation for the impending blizzard, my neighbor made a big pot of soup to share with friends. When she dropped it off, she told me it had become her favorite recipe for vegan lentil soup, noting, with a wink, that she always makes it with chicken stock.<p>My family devoured the …

Chickpeas

This Is How the Number 3.14 Got the Name 'Pi'

It’s not hard to figure out why March 14 is celebrated annually as “Pi Day” by math fans: The date resembles the ratio of a circle’s circumference to …