Sue Schlauch

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Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto probably Australian entrepreneur, reports claim

Investigations by Wired and Gizmodo point to Craig Steven Wright as true identity of cryptocurrency’s creator – but questions still remain

Bitcoin

Google says it has now proven that D-Wave’s quantum computer really works

Last month we reported on Google planning a “watershed” quantum computing announcement, which the company and NASA delivered jointly today. Google’s Quantum AI team announced the results of its latest test in understanding the physics governing quantum annealers, which shows that quantum annealing …

Quantum Computing

How to cook pasta and tomato sauce, by Rachel Roddy

Yes, really. A surprisingly revelatory lesson in how to boil pasta like the Romans do, with a rich and fortifying tinned sauce recipe for those dreary winter days when tomatoes are out of season. Have your food mill at the ready...<p>I bought my pasta pan from a <i>mercatino dell’usato –</i> a second-hand …

Italian Food

The 5 (Weeknight-Friendly) Recipes to Make Right Now from Made in India by Meera Sodha

The rare nuance of Made in India by Meera Sodha is that the dishes in the book can be made on a weeknight with pantry items that you have on hand—which isn’t often the case with Indian recipes and their page-long ingredient lists. Sodha’s recipes are ones she cooks at home and, without dumbing …

Your Eggs Could Be Better. XOXO, Our Editor in Chief

The best tips for cooking eggs, from a man who is genuinely obsessed with them.<p>The only thing <i>Bon Appétit</i> editor in chief <b>Adam Rapoport</b> likes more than making last-minute changes to copy right before the magazine goes to print (ha-ha! Just kidding, boss!) is a properly-cooked egg. Scrambled, fried, …

You Can Eat a Salad Tomorrow. Tonight, It's All Meat and Potatoes

Cozy up with these hearty, unfussy meat-and-potatoes recipes.<p><b>When the mercury drops</b>, get cozy with these hearty meat-and-potatoes recipes. They're classic, simple, and unfussy: Just the way dinner should be.

Cooking

App-controlled habitat grows just about anything in your home

You can already get smart gardening gear and smart aquariums, but wouldn't it be nice if you could get one box that handles just about anything you'd care to grow in or around your home? Jared Wolfe thinks so. His crowdfunded, internet-connected Biopod can nurture many kinds of plants and animals …

The mistake we all make... and the simple experiment that reveals it

Bill Gates is the richest person in the world. At the age of 19, he dropped out of Harvard to start Microsoft, and in a few short years he made it the most profitable corporation in the world. It’s tempting to think that he must be one of the smartest people who ever lived.<p>Gates is undoubtedly …

Psychology

Watch GPS Attacks That Can Kill DJI Drones Or Bypass White House Ban

When a government intelligence staffer managed to crash his DJI Phantom drone on White House property, the Chinese manufacturer took the decision to issue a no-fly zone over the DC area. DJI already used GPS to implement invisible demarcations stopping users flying their machines into no-fly zones …

Mexican Noodle Casserole (Sopa Seca)

Heat oven to 350°. Grease an 8" x 8" baking dish with oil; set aside. Heat oil in a 12" skillet over medium-high heat. Working in two batches, add …

Recipes

All the Mexican Candy You Should Be Eating on the Day of the Dead

<i>by Gabriella Vigoreaux</i><p>As candy enthusiasts, we get our fair share of international sweets here at the Epi office. (You have to hide me away from green tea Kit Kats.) No one quite does candy the way Mexico does, though. Mexican sweets toe the line between sweet, spicy, salty, tangy, and, um, did we …

School Scrambles To Preserve Newly Discovered Chalkboards From 1917

Math teacher Sherry Read's classroom is a total mess. The students are gone for the summer, and light fixtures dangle from the ceiling. The floor has a layer of dust. Down the hallway, workers make a racket while they renovate the school, which dates back to the 1890s. They're working in what has …

Hot Chocolate for Chocolate Connoisseurs

<i>Every week, baking expert Alice Medrich is going rogue on Food52 -- with shortcuts, hacks, and game-changing recipes.</i><p><i>Today: If you want to make hot chocolate that really tastes like chocolate, you've got to add water. (Just trust Alice on this one.)</i><p>If your idea of great hot chocolate is something …

4 Unusual Spices That Belong in Your Cookies

Here, four spices to use in your holiday cookies.<p>At Oleana, Maura Kilpatrick is known for using Middle Eastern spices in her desserts. “We make our …

Cocktail of the week: Stout Flip

Move over eggnog - this rich, comforting drink is the perfect winter warmer<p>If you ask someone if they want raw egg in their cocktail, they are likely to pull a face and politely request a glass of wine instead.<p>The funny thing is, however, that egg features in a huge variety of cocktails, most of …

Eggnog

How to Make Aquavit

In addition to using caraway and dill—the most traditional flavors for aquavit—in Sweden, home cooks make the spirit with an infinite variety of …

11 Drinks to Start Your Morning

In the world of morning beverages, there are a lot of personal preferences. There are hot drink drinkers and cold drink drinkers: Some people will adamantly order a cold coffee, even in the dead of winter, while others can never give up their hot latte, even as they sweat through an August commute. …

A Moscow Mule Love Story

The Moscow Mule is Emma’s and my “cocktail of the year”. Last year we had a Whiskey Ginger phase, but this year is the year of “the Mule”. If you …

How to Make Any Fruit Crisp (or Crumble) in 5 Steps

<i>Here at Food52, we love recipes -- but do we always use them? Of course not. Because once you realize you don't always need a recipe, you'll make your favorite dishes a lot more often.</i><p><i>Today: Food52 recipe tester Jo Keohane shows us a simple ratio and a few tricks to ensure a buttery, crispy topping</i> …

Skymouse creates gesture recognition at your fingertips

More than a decade after its release, geeks still look to the movie "Minority Report" for inspiration on computer interfaces that use gestures rather than laying your hands on physical devices like mice.<p>Companies have been busy working on making that reality. Entering the fray is a scrappy, …

This Tunisian chile sauce is a fantastic shortcut to spice up a meal and can be used with everything from meat to vegetables, couscous, roasted potatoes, scrambled eggs, as a dip for bread ... the list is truly endless. GET THE FULL TUTORIAL: How to Make Harissa Paste at Home - http://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-make-harissa-cooking-lessons-from-the-kitchn-190188

Mataerial: a 3D printer that seemingly defies gravity

You might think that 3D printing is a mature technology, the way guns and pizzas and pieces of jet engines are popping out these days, but you haven't seen it all: a company called Mataerial has built a contraption that can print gravity-defying strands of material right onto a wall.<p>Where existing …

How to Grill Any Steak in 5 Steps

<i>Here at Food52, we love recipes -- but do we always use them? Of course not. Because once you realize you don't always need a recipe, you'll make your favorite dishes a lot more often.</i><p><i>Today: How to grill any steak like a pro.</i><p>Some of the best steaks I’ve eaten in my life were not cooked in New York, …

Hearst Magazines

Zacatecas-Style Green Mole With Chicken (Pollo en Mole Verde Zacatecano)

Cook the chicken: Place chicken, cilantro, salt, peppercorns, garlic, onion, bay leaf, and 12 cups water in a 6-qt. saucepan and bring to a boil; …

Pork and Vegetable Lumpia from 'The Adobo Road Cookbook'

Serious Eats contributor <b>Marvin Gapultos</b> didn't always appreciate or know how to cook his family's Filipino cuisine. But, as he writes in his new cookbook, <i>The Adobo Road</i>, once he left home, he began craving his mother's and grandmother's dishes.<p><i>Lumpia</i>, or Filipino spring rolls, were one his most …