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Hotel Cooking Meal 2: Beef Stew With Sweet Potatoes, Mushrooms and Smashed Garlic

We had a little help for our second meal in the hotel and it was a smashing success! May I introduce my Great Aunt Marie’s Crock Pot… I have fond memories of this old girl keeping my Aunt Marie’s wimpies (sloppy joes) warm during her Christmas Eve parties. Show More Summary

Secret recording divulged by defense in shooting of Chicago cop

Attorneys for a man charged with shooting a Chicago police officer in 2012 dropped another potential bombshell Friday: the existence of a recording that could contradict the sworn testimony of a Cook County prosecutor.

A Chemist Cooks Up A Ferrofluid Font

Images courtesy of the artist Typeface pioneer Craig Ward and experimental photographer Linden Gledhill have teamed up to design a new generative typeface of ornamental letterpress art-prints, called Fe2O3 Glyphs. The typeface will “invert...Show More Summary

Postmodern Jukebox & Idol Finalist Joey Cook Perform a Vintage Cover of the Plain White T’s Song ‘Hey There Delilah’

6 hours agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Pop music cover band Postmodern Jukebox and talented musical artist Joey Cook, who was a finalist on season 14 of American Idol, have teamed up to perform a vintage 1918 “World’s Fair” style cover of the Plain White T’s song “Hey There Delilah“. The new cover is available to purchase online from iTunes. Joey actually […]

Greenland's Ice Sheets Are Getting Cooked By Warm Ocean Currents

6 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The retreat of Arctic sea ice has been so dramatic over the last few years that atlases are being changed. Now it turns out Greenland’s ice sheets are also melting faster than we thought—not on the visible surface, but due to currents deep below the ocean. Read more...

The Worst Things About Dorm Cooking — The Kitchn

Pin it Dorm cooking is kind of a double-edged sword. It feels liberating to branch out from the meal plan, finally eating the foods you want to eat, and cooking for yourself. But as anyone who's tackled dorm cooking can tell you, it's...Show More Summary

14 Recipes That Prove Beans Are Best Slow-Cooked

Hearty and best cooked low and slow, beans are practically designed to be prepared in a slow cooker. We've rounded up 14 must-try recipes including a variety of chilis, bean-based soups, Tuscan bean and sausage ragu, and a dead-simple mason jar lunch.

The Rurudo Fan Shade keeps you safe come rain or shine

When you think of an umbrella, you immediately recall needing one if it rains. Of course, in places where the temperature is regularly hot enough to cook an egg on the road, an umbrella can be used to keep the sun off of you so your skin doesn’t feel like it’s boiling. While most just rely on sunscreen to keep their skin safe, there’s nothing wrong with wanting a little...

How Katrina Changed Eating in New Orleans

On the weekend of New Year’s Eve in 2005, Frank Brigtsen cooked the most memorable meals of his life. They were the first meals served at Brigtsen’s, his restaurant in New Orleans, when it reopened four months after Hurricane Katrina made landfall. Show More Summary

You Can't Copyright a Chicken Sandwich

Sorry gourmands, chefs, fast food line cooks, you cannot copyright a sandwich, no matter how tasty it might be. One forward-looking Puerto Rican gastronome learned that the hard way last Friday, when the First Circuit tossed his copyright violation suit over a chicken sandwich. Way back in 1987, Norberto......

23-year-old wins Young Chef Competition in L.A., and $10,000

Baby-faced Skylar Stover has been in tough cooking competitions before. Not Gordon Ramsay tough, but the real thing. He was part of the American team that took home a silver medal at this year's Bocuse d'Or international cooking competition in Lyon, France. 

Can you believe anybody’s still talking about Steve Jobs?

If you ignore its share price, Apple is doing incredibly well under Tim Cook, thanks in large part to the success of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. But its newest offerings, Apple Watch and Apple Music, may be off to a rocky start, if you believe the reports. This leads us to ask, once again, whether Apple […]

20+ Vegetarian Dinners For Those Who Can't Stand Washing Dishes

Don't let the idea of scrubbing a pile of dirty dishes dissuade you from cooking dinner tonight. Instead, try one of these ridiculously delicious one-pot and -pan vegetarian meals. That way you can spend more time doing what you actually...Show More Summary

Army vet hurt in McCormick Place forklift accident awarded $15.2 million

A military veteran who served two tours in Iraq only to be seriously injured when he was hit by a forklift while working at McCormick Place was awarded $15.2 million Thursday night by a Cook County jury.

Korean Air Celebrates Delivery of its First Boeing 747-8I

Korean Air’s new 747-8I glistening during delivery – Photo: Colin Cook | AirlineReporter Earlier this week, at the Everett Delivery Center, Korean Air and Boeing celebrated delivery of the airline’s first of ten 747-8 Intercontinental aircraft. The delivery marked Korean becoming the only carrier of both the freighter and passenger variant, with Korean already [...]Show More Summary

'The Bachelor' Book Club: Reality Stars Turned Authors

From cook books, memoirs to tell-alls, stars from The Bachelor and The Bachelorette have done it all. Find out who's part of the reality star tome trend.

Tim Cook’s political savvy profiled as Apple joins Pentagon effort to build military wearables

9 hours agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Tim Cook’s efforts to influence policy in Washington DC in ways that better serve Apple have been hard to miss during his tenure as CEO. Pushing the company’s strong stance on privacy has been met with great pushback from the justice department and Apple was unhappy with how the ebook pricing case against it went so it’s no […]

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