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Make a Fluffy, Puffy Omelette by Folding in Whipped Egg Whites

Delicate, crepe-like omelettes have their delicious time and place, but if you want to take breakfast to puffy new heights, you’ll need to separate out the whites and whip ‘em good. The below video walks you through it: Read more...

How to cook up some delicious deep fried water

21 minutes agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

From Jonathan Marcus's YouTube: water... frozen reverse spherification (calcium alginate membrane)... flour... egg... panko... 375ºF peanut oil A dozen of these were prepared for and given away at the Stupid Shit No One Needs and Terrible Ideas Hackathon 2.0...

Why Is It So Hard for Millennials to Become Content Strategists?

Summary: People may throw eggs at me for this—or applaud me, depending on their age—but it’s hard out there for millennials. They were raised with all the can-do-it-iveness and ambition that their parents could pack...Show More Summary

The 'China factor': Looming large over new President Tsai's plans for economic autonomy

In the days leading up to last Friday's presidential inauguration ceremony in Taiwan, turtle eggs and pineapples hogged the front pages of the island nation's newspapers and airwaves. Chinese customs officials have become suddenly concerned about residual pesticides on pineapples exported by Taiwan. Show More Summary

Need: Milk And Eggs

I just read a fascinating article from Nielsen about impulse shopping. As it happens, fresh produce, coffee, milk and eggs are the needs (i.e., products) most likely to drive consumers to a store. Indeed, consumers buy fresh produce and milk in 40% of all trips to the store. In the non-food space, prescription medications and pet […]

How to Build a Fire on the Big Green Egg, in Pictures

The Big Green Egg is by far the easiest and most user-friendly charcoal grill I've ever worked with. If you are the proud owner of one and want to know how to prep it or are just looking for some basic advice on how to build a charcoal fire, allow these step-by-step photos to guide you.

Cuddling and Egg McMuffins Show Economic Slowdown Underway

What do escorts and McDonald’s have in common? Both are responding to the end of economic growth, says Andrew Zatlin of Moneyball Economics. When times get tough and people are less willing to part with their money, businesses get creative. Zatlin tracks...

Returning Farm Animals to Pasture: The Deconstruction of the US Egg Industry

There was a time when a shopper seeking pastured eggs needed to drive across town to a farmers market or?heaven forbid?drive out of town to visit an actual farm. No longer. Eggs from hens raised on pasture are increasingly available at major supermarkets across the country. Show More Summary

Guy Fieri's Go-To Breakfast Is Hearty as Hell

A photo posted by Guy Fieri (@guyfieri) on Dec 19, 2015 at 3:19pm PST I once asked Guy Fieri's assistant how he takes his eggs, and she responded, "Oh, Guy doesn't eat egg!" This seems baffling to me as it seems most of the dishes on...Show More Summary

Vegan, Gluten-Free Crepes Recipe: An Oat-Inspired Take on a French Classic

These vegan, gluten-free crepes bring more sophistication (and nutrition) to your hassle-free breakfast routine. Say au revoir to the egg, butter, and white flour-based crepes of yore and bonjour to their better half: vegan, gluten-free...Show More Summary

One step closer to preventing mass death of roosters

A large-scale solution for determining the sex of a chick while it is still in the egg has now been developed. This fast and cheap technique can be applied mechanically at hatcheries, which was not possible before.

Summer Camp Is Not the Time to Let Your Guard Down About Food Allergies

Food allergies have increased over the past two decades and currently affect 5-8% of all children. The most common food allergies in children are peanut, tree nuts, milk, egg, seafood, wheat and soy. There is no cure for food allergies and while many treatment options are being researched, none are currently approved for widespread use. Show More Summary

A Genius Way to Upgrade Your Fried Eggs

This post originally appeared on Food52. You've probably heard by now about the joys of frying your eggs in a sloshy pan of a little too much olive oil—the crispy edges and luscious middles you get, the adrenaline of spooning hot oil...Show More Summary

Saucony & Packer Team Up for Exclusive “Olive Suede” Shadow 6000

In following up on the “Egg Hunt” pack, Saucony is back with yet another tonal release of the Shadow 6000. This time around, the low-tops have been draped in olive suede and feature a white midsole with a gum outsole underneath. The shoe then welcomes notable perforations for enhanced breathability and is completed by tonal […]

Stricter rules for organic poultry diets in EU

The formulation of organic diets for poultry will be tightened from December 2017 onwards. Will egg farmers be in trouble to comply with the new feed ingredient rules?

Penguins stars shine, stave off elimination in dominant Game 6 win in Tampa Bay

Evgeni Malkin was right: we're headed back to Pittsburgh for Game 7. With a chance to clinch a Stanley Cup Final berth for the second straight year, the Tampa Bay Lightning laid an egg early and couldn't recover in time. Facing elimination...Show More Summary

Historic Downtown Adam Grant Building Lists for $155 Million

Nearly 50 percent hike from high-profile 2013 sale to Credit Suisse If you’re in the market for a truly historic Beaux-Arts building in downtown San Francisco and/or wondering what to do with that stray $155 million nest egg, look no...Show More Summary

The Wage Gap: Is Gender Bias the Chicken or the Egg?

When a field of work traditionally dominated by men is "feminized," guess what happens. Wages drop! This shows that gender bias is a factor - maybe a big one - in the ongoing "gender wage gap." Women are said to earn somewhere between 77 and 79 cents for every dollar earned by men. Show More Summary

Vice moves to unify news operations, but cuts some jobs in the process

Vice News is making a news omelette, and that means breaking some eggs. Vice plans to lay off "around 15" editorial employees as part of a broader reorganization of its various news departments. As part of that effort, the company announced...Show More Summary

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