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A Guide to Lesser-Known Melons, from Casaba to Charentais

Watermelon, cantaloupe, and honeydew might be the easiest melons to find, but grab one of these lesser-known varieties from the farmers’ market and you’re in for a sweet surprise<p>Watermelon, cantaloupe, and honeydew might be the easiest melons to find, but grab one of these lesser-known varieties …

North Carolina

Taste Buds in a Rut? Try These 6 Ethiopian Spices And Flours - One Green Planet

I was amazed the first time I tried Ethiopian food. The cuisine incorporates beans and legumes very well into the meals, and if you go into any …

How to Make Hostess Cupcakes at Home

The Hostess Cupcake is second perhaps only to the Twinkie, and is best known for its oddly alluring plastic-like chocolate frosting with white squiggles, which spreads across the top like a bedspread, hiding the chocolate crumb cake and creamy center beneath. The frosting is often eaten as its own …

5 Crazy Ice Cream Flavors Around the World

Few dishes seem as quintessentially American as ice cream, whether served on a cone, drowning in hot fudge, with cherry on top, or all of the above. (The average American consumed 35.9 pints in 2011!) But the creamy treat's history spans centuries and continents, with variations served during great …

Ice Cream

13 Terrifying & Ugly Foods We Happily Eat

<i>by Rochelle Bilow</i><p>If you haven't yet heard about the goblin shark -- yep, we said "goblin" -- let us introduce you to the most terrifying thing we've seen this year... and we lived through the first day ramps were available at the farmers' market. A shrimper caught this snaggletoothed, over …

Fish

Scientists are using mushrooms to get gold out of your old phone

The chemicals and heavy metals in our phones are bad news — both for the workers exposed to them during mining and manufacture, and for anyone who …

Colossal 'Hole' in Space Could Be Link to Universe Beyond Our Own

Leave this world, travel 6 billion–10 billion light years toward the Eridanus constellation, and you’ll run into a giant cosmic wall of nothingness.<p>A …

Universe

Are Shooter's Sandwiches Really Worth a Damn?

It's time for another round of The Food Lab. Got a suggestion for an upcoming topic? Email Kenji here, and he'll do his best to answer your queries in a future post. Become a fan of The Food Lab on Facebook or follow it on Twitter for play-by-plays on future kitchen tests and recipe experiments.<p>More<p>…

19 Shot Glasses You Can Eat

Throw it back, then chomp it up.

Dessert

9 Fish Recipes for Fridays

Tomorrow is the first Friday of Lent. Categorized by self-denial and sacrifice, Lent begins each year the day after Fat Tuesday and subsequently imparts millions of Christians with symptoms of gustatory whiplash. A literal feast turned famine, modern-day participants traditionally choose one vice …

Meat Lite: Polish Cabbage, Potato, and Bacon Casserole

Ever since I was a little kid, there have a been a few kitchen aromas that I've found absolutely irresistible: melting butter, turning browned and nutty in the pan; bright, freshly-grated lemon zest; and dark black coffee—long before I had the urge to actually drink it. But as of today, a new …

Supermoon 2014: 'Super Moon' Could Appear Bigger in Sky, or Not

The next supermoon in 2014–which will also be a black moon–is slated for January 30, but astronomy experts warn that even though the moon could …

Astronomy

I Always Thought of Shrimp as Seafood, but After Seeing This Video...I Think I Have a New Favorite Animal

Nature has a way of wowing you. Its beauty smacks you on the head like a 200-pound mallet. Its hues are so gentle and so complete that no human …

Flourless Banana Muffins

After a holiday season of just pure eating and giving presents, your stomach needs a break. Whether it's a green smoothie or a salad, for me, there always has to be some sort of sweet on the side. But a healthier sweet treat! Let me introduce to you some magically wonderful banana muffins. …

Mushrooms Are Helping Purify Dirty Waters

Shroom-cleaning<p>Let this idea grow on you: using mushrooms to clean up dirty, polluted urban streams. That's what environmentalists are trying in Oregon. Volunteers for Ocean Blue Project, an ecological restoration nonprofit, are placing mushroom spawn in burlap sacks with a mixture of coffee …

E.coli

Herbed Beef Skewers with Horseradish Cream Recipe on Food52

Grilled Lamb with Eggplant, Mint, and Feta Recipe on Food52

How to Grill a Whole Fish

<i>Inspired by conversations on the Food52 Hotline, we're sharing tips and tricks that make navigating all of our kitchens easier and more fun.</i><p><i>Today: Rick Moonen -- chef, restauranteur, and author of Fish Without a Doubt -- shows us the best (and easiest!) way to grill whole fish.</i><p>Grilling whole fish …

Flat Roast Chicken

How many times have I made roast chicken over the years? Thousands. How many ways? Too many to count, but every couple of years, I change my …

Grilled Shrimp Skewers With Tomato, Garlic & Herbs

In this easy recipe, shrimp are quickly marinated in a bright and tangy mixture of olive oil, tomato paste, lemon, garlic, and herbs and then grilled until plump and slightly charred. They're perfect for entertaining -- either as an appetizer or main course -- because all of the prep is done ahead …

Seafood

50 Super Bowl Dip Recipes, from Guacamole to Onion Dip

Whether it's with tortilla chips, pita, crudites, or your fingers (no judgment), here are 50 recipes to rock your Super Bowl party.<p>We hereby mandate that all Super Bowl parties must have a dip, whether it’s a cheesy, gooey concoction or a fresh veggie salsa. Double-dipping optional.

Cooking

Starfish Can See!

If you were a starfish, you'd have eyes on the ends of your legs.<p>The phrase "seeing stars" has a whole new connotation: Research suggests that sea stars, a type of five-legged starfish that usually appears blue in color, can see images with the tiny compound eyes at the ends of their legs. The eyes …

Biology

Astronomy Picture of the Day (APOD)

Mysterious Ferret Thefts Roil Southern England

For some reason, people are stealing English ferrets, which are used to hunt rabbits.<p>There are many things that are important to keep an eye on to prevent theft, such as your wallet, phone... and your ferrets. Throughout rural southern England over the past two years, there's been a rise in the …

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