Francesca Letizia

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Panzerotti: 5 errori da non fare

Dalle parti di Coversano, venti chilometri da Bari, e in molte altre zone della Puglia, i panzerotti fanno parte della scena quotidiana. Il manufatto …

‘I made Steve Bannon’s psychological warfare tool’: meet the data war whistleblower

For more than a year we’ve been investigating Cambridge Analytica and its links to the Brexit Leave campaign in the UK and Team Trump in the US presidential election. Now, 28-year-old Christopher Wylie goes on the record to discuss his role in hijacking the profiles of millions of Facebook users in …

Steve Bannon

‘People think the deer are lovely. Then they learn more about it’: the deer cull dilemma

The Scottish Highlands have a deer problem. Is shooting tens of thousands of them the only solution? By Cal Flyn<p>When we arrive at the cottage, they are already there, watching us from high on the crags overlooking the water. The five of us are still tasting the chill, stale air of the empty …

Facebook’s war on free will

How technology is making our minds redundant. By Franklin Foer<p>All the values that Silicon Valley professes are the values of the 60s. The big tech companies present themselves as platforms for personal liberation. Everyone has the right to speak their mind on social media, to fulfil their …

20 best seafood recipes: part 1

Seafood,Food & drink,Italian food and drink,Thai food and drink,Spanish food and drink,British food and drink,Fish,Life and style<p>Monkfish saffron rice from Spain, a Thai salt-crust fish and classic langoustines with mayonnaise – part 1 of Observer Food Monthly’s favourite fish and shellfish recipes

Food (UK)

Torta allo yogurt: la ricetta perfetta

<i>In collaborazione con Molino Quaglia</i>.Francese o italiana? Facciamo mediterranea.La torta allo yogurt rientra tra i fondamentali. Non è una delle …

Farting lessons from flatulence artists Joseph Pujol.

<i>The following is excerpted from</i> <i>Caesar's Last Breath</i><i>, by Sam Kean. Copyright © 2017 by Sam Kean. Reprinted with permission of Little, Brown and</i> …

Trumpeter

I "sette libri per l'estate" di... Orazio Labbate

<i>Uno scrittore e sette consigli per la stagione in corso. Orazio Labbate – autore de “Lo Scuru” e “Stelle Ossee”, con un romanzo in uscita in autunno</i> …

Panzanella: la ricetta perfetta

Chissà cosa prova una panzanella. E’ una domanda che ogni tanto mi pongo.Sarà per il caldo che dà alla testa prima ancora che ti venga il desiderio …

In 2013, a meteor about 20-meters in diameter... | FYFD

Easy Ottolenghi summer recipes: starters and snacks | Yotam Ottolenghi

Whether you’re in the kitchen, in the garden or in the park with a picnic, the secret to summer cooking is to keep things simple<p>Summer, to me, is about food that can be made in advance, so no time is wasted at the stove. It’s also about food that makes sense eaten outside, perched on laps in the …

Snacks

Easy Ottolenghi summer recipes: meat and fish | Yotam Ottolenghi

Food & drink,Life and style,Main course,Meat,Fish,Seafood,Lamb,Chicken,Pork,Sausages,Cheese,Mexican food and drink,Fruit,Chinese food and drink,Summer food and drink<p>When the sun’s out, meat and fish dishes need to be light, bright and, above all, tasty

Food

Recipes for English country garden salads

As summer arrives and vegetables beg to be plucked, Jane Scotter of Fern Verrow biodynamic farm and Otter Farm’s Mark Diacono offer four salads to make the most of the bounty<p>Now the buds have all unfurled and the day’s length is almost at its peak, veg counters are starting to fill once more with …

Three simple bread recipes to bake at home | Jordan Bourke

Three easy breads to make at home – a small multigrain, a spelt pitta and a gluten-free sandwich slicer – from chef Jordan Bourke’s new book Healthy Baking<p>Flour, water, salt and yeast; four simple ingredients that combine to make real bread. It has sustained civilisations around the world for …

Bread

Italy's Most Popular Political Party Is Leading Europe In Fake News And Kremlin Propaganda

The Five Star Movement controls a network of official sites and supposedly independent news outlets that spread misinformation across the internet.<p><i>An Italian version of this article can be found here.</i><p>The leaders of Italy’s most popular political party, the anti-establishment Five Star Movement, …

New GP leader calls for rethink of ‘expensive’ five-a-day goal

Dr Helen Stokes-Lampard says fruit and veg guidance is unaffordable for many families<p>The new leader of Britain’s 50,000 family doctors says the “five-a-day” target for fruit and vegetable consumption should be revised because it is unaffordable for many Britons.<p>In her first interview since becoming …

The shocking murder of Spain’s most flamboyant politician | Giles Tremlett

The brazen killing of Isabel Carrasco scandalised the nation. But when police began to investigate, they uncovered an even darker story of power, corruption and betrayal.<br>By Giles Tremlett<p>• Help fund our journalism by becoming a Guardian Supporter.<p>On 12 May 2014, just after 5.15pm, two well-dressed, …

Elections

Easy Ottolenghi: eight main course recipes for autumn

From butternut squash tarte tatin with goat’s cheese to curried fish with leeks and peas, Yotam Ottolenghi has plenty of quick and simple ideas for brightening up your autumnal meals<p>Serve with a crisp green salad in a lemony dressing. Serves eight as a starter, four as a main course.

Recipes

Nigel Slater's fruit and nut recipes for early autumn

Roast quail with figs, pork with plums and pistachio, chocolate cookies with hazelnuts. Nigel Slater reaps the autumn harvest<p>The weather has cooled, the garden is turning gold and there are nuts toasting in the kitchen. This cook couldn’t be happier. In the last few days alone I have made a simple …

The Tuscan bread-and-tomato salad that comes closest to garden perfection

In summer when school was out, I was a latchkey kid, left to my own devices for the day. I knew every crevice of our house in Omaha. I was a natural snoop, a budding journalist who didn’t know it yet. But when I grew bored exploring my father’s bedroom, I would wander into his garden and pick a …

Recipes

Britain’s raging racism calls for more than symbolic safety pins | Maya Goodfellow

Post-Brexit solidarity with migrants is nice. But when you’re facing xenophobic abuse on a bus, the gesture politics of silent bystanders don’t mean much<p>Britain is not the tolerant country it claims to be. That much is clear from the fallout of the referendum. The racism and xenophobia that runs …

Offshore in central London: the curious case of 29 Harley Street | Oliver Bullough

On a central London street renowned for high-class healthcare sits a property that houses 2,159 companies. Why has this prestigious address been used so many times as a centre for elaborate international fraud?<p>On 10 November, 2003, Gerry Florent, and Ralph Abercia, plus his son, Ralph Jr, left the …

Alexander Litvinenko and the most radioactive towel in history

The Russian dissident was murdered in London with polonium, but only on the third attempt. In an extract from his book A Very Expensive Poison, Luke Harding traces the toxic trail the clueless assassins spread around the capital<p>It was a warm autumn day when the two Russian visitors arrived in …

In defence of pretentiousness | Dan Fox

In an age that worships the ‘authentic’, it has become a slur for all seasons – the easy way to tear down the poseurs and announce you’re not one of them. But without it, life would be very dull indeed<p>Pretentiousness is always someone else’s crime. It’s never a felony in the first person. You might …

What science doesn’t know about the menopause: what it’s for and how to treat it | Rose George

It is a critical stage of life for half the population, yet women struggling with symptoms are confronted with conflicting advice. Why is so little understood about the menopause?<p>My physio, a young woman called Lucy, was simply making conversation. She wanted to distract me from the serious …

Women's Health

How one of the most obese countries on earth took on the soda giants

As debate rages about whether to introduce a sugar tax, this is the story of how Mexico defied its own powerful fizzy drinks industry to impose a tax on soda<p>Mexicans love their soda. Construction workers go to their jobs in the early morning clutching giant two-litre or even three-litre bottles. …

Diabetes

Relativity v quantum mechanics – the battle for the universe

Physicists have spent decades trying to reconcile two very different theories. But is a winner about to emerge – and transform our understanding of everything from time to gravity?<p>It is the biggest of problems, it is the smallest of problems. At present physicists have two separate rulebooks …

Quantum Mechanics

Il plagio nella composizione degli inni nazionali - Il Post

Nel corso della storia moltissimi – fra cui "God Save the Queen" – sono stati ispirati da canzoni precedenti: in uno dei casi più recenti c'entra …

Immigration viewed negatively by half of developed world’s population

Ipsos survey of 24 countries reveals a majority of many populations think migration is changing their nation in ways they don’t like<p>Nearly one in two people in the world’s most advanced economies believe immigration is causing their country to change in ways they don’t like, according to a new poll.<p>…