HOW A GRILL GIVES STEAK ITS FLAVOR
The flavor of your steak greatly depends on the type of grill and fuel used to cook it. We’ve already learned why steaks are juicy and how heat transforms them to create a tasty sear. For this video, Popular Science and Saveur teamed up to learn about and detail the science behind flavoring.
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As a recent transplant to Seattle, Tara Reed was sitting in her new apartment, staring at the blank walls. “I’d started to get interested in fine art, and it struck me how annoying and labor-intensive it would be to find art I liked for my new place,” she says. “For food, music, fashion, movies, I could just tap an app and get a personal recommendation. But the fine-art world hadn’t caught up to that.” So, Reed, who now lives in Detroit, helped it catch up: She launched Kollecto.
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Nintendo has already brought back Pokémon with this summer’s exciting—and sometimes dangerous—Pokémon Go augmented reality game. Proving it’s not afraid to pull from what’s made the gaming company successful in the first place, Nintendo will reportedly bring back videogame cartridges for its forthcoming NX console.
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Yesterday, Elon Musk’s Falcon 9 rocket exploded during a test fire. But that wasn’t all—by the time the day was over, Musk had also lost nearly $780 million and Mark Zuckerberg’s love.
Continue reading Elon Musk’s Bad Day Was Much Worse Than We Thought
In what was either cosmic irony or a case of criminals being a bit too on-the-nose, a stockpile of cocaine worth $56 million was found this week in France…in a Coca-Cola factory.
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Sorry, that antibacterial soap isn’t doing anything more to clean you up than any other plain bar of soap.
Continue reading The FDA Bans a Bunch Of Pointless Antibacterial Soaps