You already know what all of your friends are eating, so you might as well know how to make it, too.
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August 2, 2017 Researchers have created an artificial neural network that analyzes an image of a dish and tells you how to make it. Still in the early stages, the technology might help improve our dietary health.
Author Michael Ruhlman says U.S. grocery stores represent extraordinary luxury that most Americans don't even think about.
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May 15, 2017 In his new book, Michael Ruhlman explores how and why Americans have changed from corner-store customers to insatiable consumers of every edible product at our fingertips.
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House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and celebrity chef Tom Colicchio discuss the farm bill as part of the Plate of the Union campaign on Thursday in Washington, D.C.
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May 1, 2017 The Top Chef judge, restaurateur and hunger advocate says many of our nation's problems are related to food. One of the biggest ways to address this is to make meals more nutritious and accessible.
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The theme of Mike's Maze this year is "See America," which commemorates the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service.
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October 31, 2016 Using technology and math, farmers are creating elaborate corn maze designs, from replicas of fine art to Internet kitties. Labyrinths help make ends meet — they yield more cash per acre than crops.
Edison kinetoscopic record of a sneeze, taken around 1894.
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August 24, 2016 Let's look deeper into your nose and all of its mysteries, shall we? Are you a snatiator? And does tweezing your eyebrows really make you sneeze?
If you're worried, they're worried. Staying calm is one of many techniques parents can use to reduce pain and anxiety about shots.
July 12, 2016 There are plenty of proven techniques that can help parents soothe the sting of the needle. And guess what? A parent's attitude can matter more than the actual pain of the shot.
Libyans are wary, but are enjoying a bit of normalcy at the new cafes that have sprung up in the past few months.
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May 17, 2016 Logically, it's not the right time to open up shop in Tripoli. But entrepreneurs aren't only investing in their businesses, they're buying into a new way of life.
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Last June, Milan swiped the record for world's longest pizza with a 1.5-kilometer pie. Naples is not amused — and it's cooking up its vengeance.
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May 13, 2016 On Sunday, this Italian city — birthplace of the Margherita pizza — will try to swipe Milan's record for the world's longest pie.
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Teen mothers said they didn't follow advice to keep blankets and pillows out of the baby's crib, a study finds.
April 21, 2016 Teenage mothers said they knew about safe-sleeping practices to prevent infant deaths. But they also said they weren't going to follow those rules because they knew what was best for the baby.
The practice of reading tea leaves for insights had its heyday during the Victorian era, when fascination with the occult and self-analysis thrived.
September 1, 2015 The practice of reading tea leaves had its heyday during Victorian times, when fascination with the occult and self-analysis thrived. It was safer than other forms of divination and persists today.
Matcha tea powder comes in two grades: ingredient and drinking. The drinking grade comes from the leaves at the top of the tea plant.
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May 12, 2015 Matcha green tea is taking off in America, but the Japanese have been drinking it for eight centuries. What happens when commercialism meets tradition?
You can get a cup of tea at Cuiyun Palace on the west peak of Mount Hua.
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April 21, 2015 One of China's five sacred mountains, Mount Hua is a lotus-shaped range of peaks and hub of Taoism. It has many harrowing paths to well-being — and to tea.
February 16, 2015 They've all helped create our nation, but do you know who they are?
Hello Kitty icon on a handbag.
August 28, 2014 The pop-cult icon may not be, as it turns out, a cat that looks like a girl, but a girl who looks like a cat.
Richard Neal gave a play-by-play of Hurricane Arthur from his perch in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean.
July 4, 2014 Richard Neal, of Mint Hill., N.C., chronicled the storm from his point of view, which was a pretty darn good one.