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DIY: Succulents Table

Admired recently: a clever DIY project from Matti and Megan, the self-proclaimed “plant nerds” of Far Out Flora.<p>With a few key ingredients (salvaged …

Shared Roasting and Forward Thinking at Tokyo’s Glitch Coffee & Roasters

The coffee culture of Japan is a storied and studied thing. For followers of third-wave development in the States that are not familiar with the …

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How To Steam Milk For Barista Coffee

Ask any barista what the key to making a great coffee is and they’ll tell you it’s a good shot and perfectly steamed milk.<p>What Is Steamed …

Articles about bright personality filled home built budget austin on Dwell.com - Dwell

Inspired by their clients’ bold art collection, a pair of architects designs a Hamptons vacation house that subverts tradition.<p>A budget home embraces custom details fit for a family of five.<p>Overlooking views of a picturesque Austrian village, this modern home is built of wood entirely sourced from …

This $200 DIY WiFi router will make it far easier for whistleblowers (and criminals) to hide online

Devices connecting to the internet have a unique IP address. It's what identifies them to others — but can also be used to track down the device. It's in part why elaborate obfuscation tools like proxies, the Tor network, and VPNs exist, to obscure the user's true IP and location. But down to both …

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The cheapest Michelin-starred restaurant in the world - Lonely Planet vlog

Blue Bottle Coffee Kiyosumi-Shirakawa Roastery & Café by Schemata Architects, Tokyo – Japan

Japanese studio Schemata Architects has converted an old warehouse in Tokyo into a cafe and roastery for a Californian coffee company.

Why You Don't Need a lot of Money to Travel

<i>Note: Since I originally wrote this article, I have booked a flight from Dallas to Dubai for 300 bucks using a resource mentioned below.</i><p>I often hear people say the reason they don't travel as much as they would like is because "it's too expensive."<p>Hearing this gets me excited because:<p>A) Challenges …

How to Get Smells and Stains Out of Tupperware

<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: It's time to put a lid on our Tupperware woes.</i><p>Easy to store, economical, and available in a bevy of sizes and shapes, reusable plastic storage …

How to Make Duck Confit

Each week, Cara Nicoletti of The Meat Hook is helping us get to know our favorite cuts a little bit better – and introducing you to a few new ones, too. Read on, study up, then hightail it to your nearest butcher.<p>Today: We're conquering confiting -- a French technique for tenderizing even the …

The Best (and Healthiest) Cup of Coffee: Could It All Be in the Brewing Method?

Steadfast standard drip drinker? French press promoter? Swear by the cold brew trend? These decisions might matter for more than bragging rights. …

5 Coffee Gadgets For Design Snobs

Nowhere are the perils of thoughtless design more apparent than in a cup of coffee. The mug that spills coffee in your lap. The flimsy French press that shatters when it slips through your overcaffeinated hands. The tempestuous coffee maker that sputters and sighs and leaks all over the counter. …

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LittleRP, The Latest Of The Resin Printers

Over the last few years, a few resin / stereolithography printers have been made a few headlines due to print quality that cannot be matched by the …

10 Ways to Survive a Long Flight

No matter what you do, being stuck inside a metal tube in coach class for hours is going to suck. You're not going to sleep well, unless you're one of those bizarre people who can sleep anywhere, in which case, I'm incredibly jealous. Your skin will be dried out. Your muscles will ache. You'll feel …

Refreshing Sorbets and Granitas

Beat the heat with these sorbet and granita recipes<p>Lighter than ice cream but just as flavorful and refreshing, sorbets and granitas are the perfect …

The Top 10 Things To Do in Croatia 2018

Page: | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | Next<p>With their imposing watchtowers looming over the medieval city and dramatic fortifications edging the sea cliffs, …

42 Things I Love About Croatia

<b>1. Spending the afternoon relaxing in one of Zagreb’s many squares and parks</b><p>2. Enjoying some of the world’s best seafood, if that’s your thing<p>3. …

Traveling to and Around Croatia

Croatia is an up-and-coming travel destination, and it holds the attraction of the new and as-yet-unseen for many. But where in the world is Croatia? …

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Top 10 budget beach hotels, villas and campsites in Croatia

Croatia holidays,Beach holidays,Hotels,Europe holidays,Travel,Top 10s,Camping holidays,Budget travel,Bed and breakfasts<p>Finding a prime spot on Croatia's coast in summer on a budget is no mean feat. Our picks range from a seafront villa on sandy car-free Lopud island to a bargain find in hip …

Blue Danube's Eric Danch on Wine in Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, and More

When I moved to the Bay area last year, I expected to find restaurants mostly focused on wines from nearby California wineries. What I didn't anticipate: a wine community with growing enthusiasm for lesser-known regions, thanks in no small part to <b>Eric Danch</b>, Northern California sales manager for …

Planet Appetite: A Taste of Istria, Croatia

<b>The province of Istria, in the North West of Croatia, is rich in truffles, olive oil, seafood and wine so it's no surprise that the cuisine is so</b> …

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6 Reasons to Visit Croatia This Summer

Croatia has never had trouble drawing a crowd. The Roman emperor Diocletian was so captivated with the city of Split that he built his personal …

Stovetop Steak Basics

How to get a perfect sear without a grill<p>We love firing up the grill to cook the new beef cuts that have become available in recent years, but it's …

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4 Secret Butcher's Cuts to Try

<i>Each week this summer, Cara Nicoletti of The Meat Hook is helping us get to know our favorite cuts a little bit better – and introducing you to a few new ones, too. Read on, study up, then hightail it to your nearest butcher.</i><p><i>Today: We're letting you in on the secret cuts that butchers have been</i> …