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Is there a consommé at the Nobel banquet this year? Well, Chef Mark Phoenix lets us into the culinary side of the Prize

Come December 10, the 45-member kitchen at the Stockholm City Hall will be buzzing with last-minute preparations. A contingent of 200 servers will serve 1,350 guests trying to best the previous record of fastest serving at the Nobel Banquet – 6 minutes and 50 seconds. Now, we are not quite sure whether 2016’s most controversial Nobel laureate Bob Dylan would be one of those dining or not (given the mystery that has continued ever since the award was announced on October 16), but 10 other laureates with their families, around…

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13 negative side effects of not getting enough protein

HERE’S THE HARD truth: Most of us don’t get enough protein. Alternatively, some guys think “the more protein, the better,” and over-consume it when they do sit down to eat, chomping down a 30g protein bar and washing it down with a protein shake that’s got upwards of 50g, says Jordan Mazur, M.S., R.D., director of sports nutrition at the University of California, Berkeley. To put it bluntly: Both are bad. Everyone has a protein intake ceiling. It varies with your height and weight, but most people can absorb at most 30-42g per meal….

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The Dark Side of Smoked Food and How it Could Lead to Cancer

Smoked meats could be quite addictive. The flavour is hard to match up to, and even a quick stir-fry or a light broth could please your taste buds like no other. The process of smoking is an ancient culinary practise that has been followed by various cultures across the globe. There are so many delicacies that centre around this method of cooking – apple wood smoked pulled chicken, smoked beef jerky, smoked prime rib, Khasi smoked pork, etc. As much as meat lovers indulge in these so called “burnt food”…

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GM vaccine for malaria without side effects soon

A potent malaria vaccine with virtually no side-effects has cleared clinical trials. The new “highly protective” malaria vaccine was successful in humans and can pave the way for treatment of other parasitic diseases. Scientists from the US genetically engineered the plasmodium parasite that causes the disease, after being passed on from mosquitos, to remove three genes that lead to infection. Although they can’t multiply , they live in the liver and stimulate the body’s defences to repel a real infection. Plasmodium parasites first infect the liver and then blood, leading…

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Samsung Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Side Unlocked Variants Now Available inside the US

Samsung will promote unlocked variations of its flagship Galaxy S7 telephones inside the US so consumers can transfer providers more without difficulty. Even though two-yr carrier contracts are now uncommon, customers are rather stuck with -12 months installment plans and can not take a smartphone to a rival until it’s paid off. Unlocked telephones have no such restrictions. They may be also free of carrier-precise apps for messaging, video and different duties, though Samsung nonetheless provides several past the usual version of Android from Google. Samsung’s Galaxy S7 will promote…

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Leaked: The Unseen Side of Kingfisher Supermodels 3

These gorgeous ladies have kept you glued to our channel every Saturday and Sunday night. Now how about getting to know their wicked side a little better? Trust me, it takes our hair and make up team a lot of time to hide their little devil horns. They’re feisty and fabulous, and we love them for it. 1. Medhika when an AD tells her about production cuts. 2. Aishwarya when Pinky doesn’t understand that the prop weighs more than both of them combined. 3. Medhika on all-night shoots 4. Sheela…

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