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No knead bread

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Originally published by the New York Times in 2006, the 'no knead bread' has become a culinary celebrity.

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When wierd, tea and ads happen at the same time

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Start you morning with a nice cup of freshly brewed tea. Or, just watch this two weird and funny tea ads from overseas.

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Coffee roasts explained

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Like a lot of people I am a true coffee fan. But, again, like most of us, I get completely confused if you try talking to me about anything more complex than a latte.

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American cuisine?

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How do foreigners see American cuisine? There are quite a few dishes that are typical of the different regions.

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Japanese style takeout

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Many of us love bento. I don't know about you, but I think it is extremely expensive. Have you ever thought about making it yourself?

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Red, green, yellow and blue!

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With so many food colorings to choose from, it may get hard to choose. But do yoiu know what they are made of?

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Add some rancid butter to your life

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Do you feel like your life is missing something? It may just be rancid butter. Smen, is clarified butter from Morocco. The best part: the process.

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Learn how to make the perfect omelette

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Such a basic dish. Still, few of us are able to make a good omelette

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Everything you ever wanted to know about Coke

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Ever wondered if all that trivia about Coke is true. Here are the answers.

Was cocaine ever really an ingredient of Coke?

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DIY glow in the dark eggs

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Are you looking for something little more exciting than plain old egg-painting for this Easter Sunday morning? Then, glow in the dark eggs might be a great new thing to try.

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