(Pashin Georgiy via Shutterstock) You’re shoulder to shoulder with a stranger at a urinal and nothing happens. Welcome to the phenomenon of “gaps” Jeffrey Braithwaite March 29, 2015 7:00pm (UTC) They weightless,
(PBS) Burns and director Barak Goodman talk to us about the ambitious and personal “Cancer: The Emperor Of All Maladies” Sonia Saraiya March 29, 2015 8:30pm (UTC) From Monday to Wednesday of this week,
The secret history of caffeine: Starbucks science and the back story of everyone’s favorite morning habit
(fotogiunta via Shutterstock) Caffeine doesn’t give you energy. Here’s the amazing, real story of its discovery — and how it works on your brain Thor Hanson March 29, 2015 3:59pm (UTC) Excerpted from Triumph
The office microwave queue is a desperate, sad place. A lame blip in an otherwise predictably monotonous working pattern of tea-break-desk-loo-tea-break-desk-loo. You know the score: you thought you’d
Photograph: Johanna Parkin for the Guardian. Food styling: Claire Ptak Yotam Ottolenghi’s burnt spring onion dip: ‘Lovely for seasonal raw veg.’ 276 http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2015/3/24/1427204761414/22659cc1-a5cf-4a71-9f12-12dab5b68dba-460x276.jpeg
By Jeff Guo Jeff Guo Bio Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad has insisted for years that doesn’t own a smartphone or use e-mail. That’s what he has staff for — to e-mail, to tweet, to Instagram, to Facebook on his
Photograph: PR Handout L-r: Sean Bean as Eddard Stark; one of Daenerys’s dragons; Sophie Turner as Sansa Stark and Aidan Gillen as Littlefinger; Emilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen; Kristofer Hivju as
California,Wine,American food and drink,Alcohol,Food & drink,US news,Life and style,Society Class action suit alleges certain cheaper brands have levels of carcinogen up to five times higher than federal
A few years ago, I set out to discover who made the world’s best falafel. The dish had been a staple on the Leon menu in one form or another since we opened, but I felt we had yet to perfect the recipe.
These days, we tend to sneer at the cooking of the 1970s, particularly nouvelle cuisine, but there’s plenty worth celebrating from that decade if you know where to look I have a scene stuck in my mind
The variety of this week’s recipes made for a really satisfying day in the kitchen, from pickling and roasting to gentle slow cooking and marinating. For me, the theme really highlighted the sheer versatility
A deliciously crisp and lacy pancake from Vietnam, served with a sharp dipping sauce Banh xeo is a crisp and lacy pancake from Vietnam. This savoury crepe is traditionally filled with pork and prawns for
The first thing you notice as you walk into the operating theatre is the smell. There isn’t one. There’s no whiff of chemical preservatives, no sniff of disinfectant and, reassuringly, no smell of bodies.
Poor Jagger. Investigations are still under way into what killed the second-best Irish setter of his class at Crufts, but at this stage it looks as if somebody sewed several different types of poison pieces
Fish,Scandinavian food and drink,Food & drink,Norway,Europe,Polar regions,Nutrition,Health & wellbeing,Seafood,Life and style,Environment,World news The north European Barents Sea is home to the Arctic