Traditional focaccia (without sugar!) – to be served as an appetizer or small snack.
It might not be a stretch to say that Chris Hadfield made a giant leap for humanity by making the worlds... scratch that; the first music video made in outer space. Orbiting Earth in the international Space Station Chris made a rendition of David Bowie's 'Space Oddity'.
Spargel mit Kratzete – White Asparagus with "scratched crepes" is a typical meal served in south of Germany in spring time.
Accessible (and affordable) learning: universities offer free online courses, known as MOOCs, have enrolled millions of students around the world. What about you?
This is the ultimate Kale Salad, "un je ne sais quoi". This recipe is the creation of a friend in Sedona, using good and fresh ingredients that turn it into a full meal.
One can derive multiple meanings from the title. The chance we are taking by eating the modern 'industrial diet', the difficulty one faces in trying to eat healthy, the daily fight to keeping a healthy body weight; the challenges we face and time we invest in trying to overcome the misleading information we are fed by the food industry, politicians, and lobbyists... In the end this book is about our chance to get better, to repair our metabolism, and to live a healthier and happier life.
Great basic polenta recipe, polenta is a traditional, everyday Italian and Ticino meal. Polenta is glutenfree. For a variation in flavor try adding Gorgonzola (cut into small pieces) instead of the Parmesan cheese.
Okay, the Mayan calendar ends supposedly on December 22, 2012. Will it really be the end of the world? No. It's just another day for most. But many have fallen into this belief that something is going to happen? Well, the only things that are going to be different are the things we make different. We make our world. We shape our world. In our minds and in reality through the direction our mind chooses to go.
The obesity epidemic as a proportion of human population has effectively gone off the charts so to speak – statistically that is. The past 30 to 40 years have shown a statistically significant departure from the norm. So, the question that arises is, why? If something in our food consumption has changed then what is it? This University of California TV series explores some of the latest science and understanding which reveals insights in to the systemic changes that are clearly affecting our health and in fact the weight of the issue can be measured in more than pounds..., it can be measured in cost, quality of life, and may even be altering the health of our genetic health in relation to normative assessments.
Bill Nye, Isaac Asimov, Richard Alley... Our biggest challenge presents perspective on what we can do in response to what can easily be seen as one of our greatest challenges. Global Warming.
Plato, perspective, truth, reality... tribes? Learning, knowing, understanding are all limited to various degrees by how we see that which surrounds us; and similarly we are affected by how people and surroundings influence us. Believing that our reality is 'truth' seems more an arrogance of self than a stronger more reliable view of that which is, which remains hidden to various degrees by the shadows of our own view... which humans too often perceive as truth.
The National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council, Board on Atmospheric Science and Climate have produced this video to illustrate the current state of understanding pertaining to climate change.
Minutephysics explains the Higgs and why it's great that it looks like it has been found... and what that might mean... and that we need to keep learning and understanding to that we might figure out more stuff... that helps figure out other things :)
This rice turns every Indian dinner into an authentic feast meal.
Life happens. It's how you take it and how you approach it, and what you do with it that matters. Dreaming is the seed of the reality that you may choose to pursue. If you don't, then your odds of achieving those dreams become less than if you do. Is it really that simple?
Could the fascism of WWII and Hitler's regime ever happen again? Maybe that's not the right question. Maybe the questions should be is it happening now? To what extent? And, am I participating in it unwittingly? What within us allows us to participate in such things and why can't we see the dangers? Because it is happening, in different places all around the world... and even in our own communities. Ultimately, how can we recognize it, and more importantly, how can we stop it.
A moist, hearty bread, fast and easy to make and it keeps fresh for long time.
In Big Bear Lake we have for most breakfasts barley, prepared in many variations depending on what we have in the house or just what we like.
Borschtsch is a soup traditionally made with beetroot and widespread in Central and Eastern Europe.