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Dementia missed in men, because memory is more often spared

Dementia is more likely to be missed in men because they are less likely to lose their memory, a major study has found.<p>Research on 1,600 patients found that male dementia sufferers were more likely to have suffered from “atypical” symptoms which are more difficult to spot.<p>The findings were revealed …

10 places you should visit in Europe this year, according to Lonely Planet

Lonely Planet recently released its Best in Europe list, which highlights the top 10 European destinations travelers should visit in 2016.<p>The list, which was selected by Lonely Planet's travel experts, includes a mix of destinations that are currently trending, hidden gems that are set to become …

Welcome to the 2016 Food Lover's Cleanse + Day 1 Menu

Welcome to Day 1 of the Food Lover's Cleanse 2016! Here's everything you need to get you started on our two-week clean eating plan.<p>Airports. Office parties. Visiting in-laws. Cookie exchanges. For so many reasons, the holidays scramble our healthier eating habits. It can take a little prodding to …

Spices

23 fascinating diagrams reveal how to negotiate with people around the world

British linguist Richard D. Lewis charted communication patterns as well as leadership styles and cultural identities in his book, "When Cultures Collide," which is now in a third edition. His organization offers classes in cross-cultural communication for clients like Unilever and BMW.<p>Although …

Hong Kong

Crepes

If you too have been intimidated by crepes as I once was, have no fear, if I can do it, anyone can do it. Make extra batter if you think you might need more practice and simply adopt the carefree attitude of the French.<p>Crepes have always intimidated me. When I was in culinary school, I would make …

Eggs

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 …

Ditch the French Toast with Brunch Ideas Beyond the Basics

Why does every brunch seem to involve the same spread of bacon and fried eggs, or bagels and lox? With no disrespect to the classics, we’re leaving those menus behind with these four out-of-the-box brunch ideas—from breakfast soups (don’t knock ‘em until you’ve had <i>pho</i> in the morning) to cocktails …

America's 50 Most Powerful People in Food for 2015

For the fifth year in a row, we set out to identify the most powerful people in the world of food.<p><b>For the fifth year in a row, we set out to identify the most powerful people in the world of food.</b><p>Josᅢᄅ Andrᅢᄅs has almost single-handedly introduced Americans to real Spanish food.<p><i>Photo Credit: Aaron</i> …

Howard Schultz

Study shows humans are evolving faster than previously thought

Results of largest ever genetics study of a single population could also help refine dates for major events during human evolution<p>Humans are evolving more rapidly than previously thought, according to the largest ever genetics study of a single population.<p>Scientists reached the conclusion after …

Evolution

Watch Anthony Bourdain Talk Danger and Food Porn

Here are two clips from last night's <i>Jimmy Kimmel Live</i> in which <i>Parts Unknown</i> star <b>Anthony Bourdain</b> talks about fondling his Peabody award, giving the world <b>the best food porn</b>, and danger preparedness training. Prior to going into the Congo or Libya, CNN and the show's insurance company required that …

15 Hors d'Oeuvres for the Fall

<i>This post is brought to you by our friends at Weight Watchers, who celebrate gathering together around the table to enjoy wholesome, beautiful food.</i><p>Though you clung to it desperately, summer has finally slipped through your fingers. Fall has arrived and at this point, you've decided to accept it. …

Weight Watchers

8 Things You Need to Know About Rosᅢᄅ

Today's good pinks are crisp, dry, and brimming with lively red fruit and citrus.<p>Sure, the wine cognoscenti are swooning en masse over rosᅢᄅ these days, but arm yourself with a few facts, and you'll be drinking better than most of them.<p><b>Fact #1: Today's rosᅢᄅ is better than before.</b> The rosᅢᄅ on the …

Flavors

Food Police: 5 Foodstuffs That Should Be Banned From LA Menus ASAP

Ice cream sandwiches are on so many fine dining restaurant dessert menus right now it makes me want to puke. No ice cream sandwich is worth $9. None.<p><i>This post originally appeared at The Unemployed Eater</i><p>I get it. I really do. Foodstuffs get popular and every restaurant under the sun feels the …

Ice Cream

The Back Pocket Pasta: How to Cook Dinner Using Only Pantry Staples

These "back pocket pasta" ideas make use of common pantry staples and come together in minutes—perfect for a weeknight dinner.<p>We're all about the art of a good 'gram, so when we noticed <i>Bon Appétit</i> special projects director <b>Colu Henry</b>'s recurring #backpocketpasta photos, we had to take notice. The …

If You Thaw Your Steaks Before Cooking, You're Doing It Wrong

Let's defy conventional wisdom.<p>You're in the mood for steak and have some choice cuts in the freezer -- what's your first step?<p>If you answered "thaw the steaks," prepare to have your mind <i>and</i> palate blown, because you've been doing it wrong according to Dan Souza, Senior Editor of Cook's Illustrated.<p>…

'Hipster' Bar Snubs In-Flight Magazine's Award for Hipster Reasons

The owners of an Ottawa bar called <b>Union Local 613</b> have asked a Canadian in-flight magazine to <b>remove it</b> from its nominations list of "Canada's Top Bars" because it didn't want to be affiliated with the contest sponsor, the decidedly non-hipster Molson-Coors. Perhaps more hilarious than Union Local's …

The Truth About Those Fictitious Beer Brands On TV

TV characters, like people in real life, can be picky about the beer they drink.<p>TV characters, like people in real life, can be picky about the beer they drink.<p>"The Good Wife"'s Alicia Florrick drinks FG -- at least when she's not drinking red wine or tequila. Dexter drank Skull Island, while the …

Georgian Food Is Having a Manhattan Moment

Manhattanites who’ve never tasted Georgian cooking have run out of excuses. Once available only to those who ventured into deepest Brooklyn, the …

Bread

5 Ways to Live a Champagne Lifestyle on a Beer Budget

Sarah Coates of the Sugar Hit shares her tips for eating and cooking cheaply.<p><i>Here, the blogs you should be reading right now with recipes and tips</i> …

How to make toum, the otherworldly Lebanese garlic paste

Toum is a garlic paste Lebanese cooks have been slathering on their kebabs since the first garlic shoot popped up in Lebanese soil. Bonnie Benwick, …

Chicago Chef Grant Achatz Deserves an Oscar for Reading This Bad Yelp Review

Remember that video from the Eater Lounge at the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen of chefs and restaurateurs reading real (bad) Yelp reviews of their restaurants? Well, here's one more. Up above, <b>Grant Achatz</b>, molecular wunderchef of <b>Alinea</b> in Chicago, plus executive chef <b>Mike Bagale</b>, read their own bad …

Here's How To Get Banned From Taco Bell For Life

A Florida town called <b>Niceville</b> is home to the meanest <b>Taco Bell</b> fight: a customer threw "soda filled with hot sauce" at an employee's face. The customer, a juvenile, was promptly <b>banned "indefinitely" from Taco Bell</b>.

The Mediterranean Diet for Beginners: The Complete Guide - 40 Delicious Recipes, 7-Day Diet Meal Plan, and 10 Tips for Success

• <b>Author:</b> Rockridge Press<p>“When eating well tastes like a yearlong vacation, it’s easy and exciting to do.”<b>—From Rockridge Press, the publisher of Amazon bestsellers, Paleo for Beginners and The Wicked Good Ketogenic Diet Cookbook</b><br>For most people, dieting and deprivation of variety and flavor go hand …

Our 20 Most Popular Grilling Recipes of All Time

From chicken tacos to barbecued ribs, here are our 20 most popular grilling recipes of all time.<p><b>It's grill time.</b> Though we love our charred kale salads and grilled squid, you love some of our grilling recipes way more than the others. Here are our 20 most popular grilling recipes of all time.

Time to Panic: There May Be a Global Kale Shortage

Hold onto your green juice: There is about to be <b>a global kale shortage</b>. According to ABC News Australia, Bejo Seeds, a company that provides kale seeds to farmers across the world, has run out of seeds. Said company owner Tony Hubbard, "You could describe it as embarrassing to us, but it's just one …

12 Dishes That Taste Better with Kimchi

These 12 recipes are great on their own, but adding kimchi makes them even better.<p><b>Kimchi, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways.</b> Salty, tangy, spicy, and crunchy, kimchi lends its unique, cabbage-y graces to all kinds of dishes. Here are 12 recipes that would slay with the addition of a little …

Inside Sun Noodle, the Secret Weapon of America's Best Ramen Shops

There were only about three or four ramen shops on Oahu when Hidehito Uki founded Sun Noodle in 1981. Ramen in America was pretty much just a cup of noodles you cooked in the microwave. Uki — who came to Hawaii from Japan to make and sell fresh ramen noodles — wondered how he could ever be …