Sara Burdalic

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A Love Letter To Barbecue (PHOTOS)

Even though we didn't grow up in the South, where barbecue sauce runs through people's veins, we're still very much in love with this cuisine. Because what's not to love? Between the sauce-drenched pulled pork, the fall-off-the-bone tender ribs and the brisket -- oh the brisket -- this is one food …

Strawberry Shortcake Cupcakes

<i>Jenny is in perpetual search for easy, weeknight recipes to attempt to feed her family. When they balk, she just eats more.</i><p><i>Today: How to love your cupcakes, no matter what.</i><p>This is a story of love and frosting triumphing over disappointment.<p>I came to Strawberry Shortcake Cupcakes because of the …

Buckwheat-Rhubarb Scones

<i>Every week, Shauna Ahern of Gluten-Free Girl and the Chef -- and Gluten-Free Girl Everyday -- will be sharing smart tips and smarter recipes that will please even the most devout gluten-eaters among us. Come one, come all -- we're going flourless.</i><p><i>Today: Why, if we choose, we don't need gluten in</i> …

A Falafel Party

<i>Now that Food52's Managing Editor Brette Warshaw has stocked her</i> <i>First Kitchen, she's</i> <i>ready to throw parties in it: no-stress weeknight parties for anyone, anytime, and (almost) every kitchen. You're invited.</i><p><i>Today: You can serve beans for your next dinner party -- here's how.</i><p>I take great joy in …

5 Steps to the Perfect Bowl of Pasta

How boring is it that I learned the secret to making perfect pasta in Italy? Yes, fresh made pasta is amazing, and no, that's not the technique I'm …

Superheroes' Favorite Foods

With the recent release of <i>Iron Man 3</i>, summer movie season is already upon us. Even more comic book movies will be rushing to theaters soon, including</i> …

10 Travel-Inspired Meals to Make at Home

The taste of a new dish and the inspiration it brings to our kitchens back home are quite possibly the best travel souvenirs we can think of. Even …

Where To Eat The Best Ribs In America

Alabama-based magazine Southern Living polled its editors and readers to select the top 15 BBQ rib joints in the country. Here are the results.

Enter Tasty Bite's NYC Noodles Contest, Plus Exclusive Serious Eats Giveaway

This is a sponsored paid for by an advertiser; conceived and produced by Serious Eats. Read more about our advertising policy here.<p>We're no strangers to Tasty Bite; in fact, we tried the full line of their microwavable vegetarian dishes back in January. We loved the Channa Masala, Punjab Eggplant, …

Let Them Eat: The Dark Knight Cake

More<p>All About Chocolate<p>Everything you want to know about chocolate<p>I love cake, but I have a serious aversion to <i>bad</i> cake. What do I mean by bad cake? Too-sweet cake. Too-dry cake. Boring cake. Uninspired cake. Cake that tastes like every other cake from cake mixes and bad grocery store bakeries.<p>Some …

Red Sauce Summer, 10 Years Later: Park Side and the Lemon Ice King of Corona

As usual, I arrive at Park Side feeling underdressed.<p>The 30-year-old restaurant doesn't have a dress code per se, and I'm wearing a new button-down and some nice slacks. But the pageantry of the place seems to demand more than nice slacks. As we walk through the dining room, we pass shoulder-padded …

Italy's Dizzy Amalfi Coast

There's something about Italy's Amalfi Coast that makes people put up with horrible traffic, high prices, and having to climb up and down every time you want to get somewhere. And yet, it's been attracting holiday-goers for centuries.<p>With each visit to Sorrento, I book my favorite taxi driver, …

Walking in the Footsteps of Giants

<b>Walking with elephants in the wilds of Botswana made us feel more closely connected than ever before to these majestic creatures.</b><p><i>Doug adopted Jabu as a 2-year-old and has developed a strong bond with the big bull</i><p>Deep in the heart of the Botswana bush, Doug and Sandi Groves live in a rustic bush …

Polar Desert Safari Offers A Unique Adventure

You've heard about African safari getaways that traverse jungles and survey wildlife. But did you know it's possible to get up-close and personal with a polar bear?<p>Polar desert safaris take travelers on icy expeditions throughout Arctic Canada -- and those looking to explore uncharted territory are …

APOD: Flowing Auroras Over Norway (2013 Jun 09) Image Credit & Copyright: Tor Even Mathisen; Music: Per Wollen; Vocals: Silje Beate Nilssen http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap130609.html http://vimeo.com/16917950 Explanation: Have you ever seen an aurora? Auroras are occurring again with increasing frequency. With the Sun peaking at its eleven year maximum in aurora-triggering activity, it is exhibiting a greater abundance of sunspots, flares, and coronal mass ejections. Solar activity like this typically expels charged particles into the Solar System, some of which impact Earth's magnetosphere and trigger Earthly auroras. In late 2010, the above timelapse displays of picturesque auroras were captured above Tromsø, Norway. Curtains of auroral light, usually green, flow, shimmer and dance as energetic particles fall toward the Earth and excite atoms of air high up in the Earth's atmosphere. There may even be opportunities to see auroras tonight, as recent solar explosions have triggered numerous aurora sightings over the past few days. http://vimeo.com/tittentem Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page http://asterisk.apod.com/discuss_apod.php?date=130609 Starship Asterisk* • On This Day in APOD http://asterisk.apod.com/view_retro.php?date=0609

Nasa's Opportunity rover finds Martian water appropriate for the origin of life

Opportunity has made one of its greatest scientific discoveries so far. Clay minerals in a rock called Esperance clearly indicate that neutral water …

Rock towers and Milky Way

Rock pile towers against a backdrop of the night sky in Rye, New Hampshire.<p>Jared Blash took this photo on the rocky shores of the Atlantic Ocean near …

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Supercontinent: how the world is moving together

This year is the 50th anniversary of one of 20th-century science's most important discoveries – the revelation that the land below us is on the move; …

WIRED Space Photo of the Day 2013 | WIRED

Jan. 19, 2014: Solar X-Flare<p>The largest sunspot group of the solar cycle unleashed a large (X1.2 class) flare just when it was facing right towards …

APOD: Star Forming Region NGC 3582 (2013 Jun 11) Image Credit & Copyright: Desert Hollow Observatory http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap130611.html Explanation: What's happening in the NGC 3582 nebula? Bright stars and interesting molecules are forming. The complex nebula resides in the star forming region called RCW 57. Visible in this image are dense knots of dark interstellar dust, bright stars that have formed in the past few million years, fields of glowing hydrogen gas ionized by these stars, and great loops of gas expelled by dying stars. A detailed study of NGC 3582, also known as NGC 3584 and NGC 3576, uncovered at least 33 massive stars in the end stages of formation, and the clear presence of the complex carbon molecules known as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs). PAHs are thought to be created in the cooling gas of star forming regions, and their development in the Sun's formation nebula five billion years ago may have been an important step in the development of life on Earth. The above image was taken at the Desert Hollow Observatory north of Phoenix, Arizona, USA. http://www.deserthollowobservatory.com/ Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page http://asterisk.apod.com/discuss_apod.php?date=130611 Starship Asterisk* • On This Day in APOD http://asterisk.apod.com/view_retro.php?date=0611