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Pao de Queijo

(6 servings) Preparation Time: 10 minutes (Additional 15 minutes for dough to rest) Cook Time: 20 minutes Total Time: 45 minutes Introducing Brazilian cuisine month with the ever favorite pao de queijo. The main ingredients for this recipe are tapioca … Continue reading

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The Chef Cooking Up Giant Carp, 20-Pound Rats, and Other Invasive Species – Atlas Obscura

They’re a problem, but they’re also dinner. ASIAN CARP ARE BIG FISH: big in size, and big in numbers. Originally imported to the American south in the 1970s as cleaners of ponds and wastewater facilities, they escaped into the Mississippi … Continue reading

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This Much Will Kill You

A lot of things can kill you – but here are some surprising ones! This Much Will Kill You PART 2: https://youtu.be/IPrndNZ4m6w

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From Montréal to Manchester: how we fell in love with poutine | I Love Manchester (MCR)

As a city that already loves its chips doused with gravy, it’s not surprising to see that Manchester has embraced poutine. Canada’s national dish and the ultimate comfort food, poutine consists of French fries, squeaky fresh cheese curds and gravy, … Continue reading

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In 1848 A French Commune Built an Interconnected Treehouse Cabaret Based on Swiss Family Robinson- Colossal

For over a century, Parisians were drawn out of the city and into the neighboring village of Le Plessis-Piquet to experience charming summer evenings among the township’s tall trees. What started as open air dancehalls called “guinguettes,” turned into treehouse cabarets … Continue reading

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Dizzying Geometric Pies and Tarts by Lauren Ko

Lauren Ko brings mathematical precision to her baking, using elaborate intertwined patterns to form transfixing patterns to the top of her homemade pies and tarts. The Seattle-based amateur baker has been piecrafting for just a couple of years, she tells Mic, and if … Continue reading

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Foods Distorted Through Liquid and Glass in Photographs by Suzanne Saroff

In her ongoing series titled Perspective, photographer Suzanne Saroff creates fractured and skewed images of common foods as seen through vessels filled with water and glass objects. The images play with concepts of light and shadow resulting in distorted still … Continue reading

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Brazilian Festival in Japan 2017 | Japan Vlog

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Dolphins that help humans fish

Dolphins in southern Brazil have a special relationship with the local fishermen. Source: Dolphins that help humans fish

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Japanese Tip: An Exhibition of 8,000 Chopstick Sleeve Sculptures Left Behind at Restaurants

Yuki Tatsumi was working as a waiter in a restaurant when one day, as he was cleaning up a table, he noticed that a customer had intricately folded up the paper chopstick sleeve and left it behind. Japan doesn’t have … Continue reading

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