Crunchy-Baked Garlic “Popcorn” Chicken, a Different Type of Popcorn to Pop

Get the original recipe here! * Text and image from: Ingredients: • 1 pound chicken tenderloins (or skinless and boneless chicken breasts), cut into tiny bite-size pieces • 2 cloves garlic, pressed through garlic press • ½ teaspoon salt, divided use • ¼ teaspoon, plus a pinch, black pepper, divided use • ½ cup flour • 2 ½ cups corn flakes • 2 tablespoons grated parmesan • ¼ teaspoon paprika • ¼ teaspoon granulated garlic • ¼ cup buttermilk • Cooking oil spray • Creamy Parmesan-Ranch Dipping Sauce

Classic Tiramisu

Get the original recipe here! * Text and image from: Ingredients Coffee Syrup: 1 cup brewed espresso or strong coffee (made of 1 cup hot water mixed with 2 tablespoons instant coffee granules or espresso powder) 2 tablespoons granulated sugar 1-2 tablespoons Marsala, dark rum, brandy, or coffee or almond liquor Filling: 3 egg yolks 1/3 cup (70g/2.5 oz) granulated sugar 2 tablespoons Marsala wine, dark rum, or brandy 3/4 cup (180ml) heavy cream 1 cup (227g/8 oz) mascarpone cheese, at room temperature about 200g/7 oz (20-24 units) ladyfingers or Savoiardi biscuits Sifted cocoa powder or grated chocolate

One Danish City Turns To GPS Tracking To Help The Homeless

Without any context, this headline could seem incredibly scary, almost dystopian in nature. A city’s most vulnerable residents tracked for unknown purposes would serve as a pretty good plot for some Orwellian nightmare. Luckily, the Danish city Odense doesn’t want to harm people, but to help them instead. Read the rest of the article here! * Text and image from

Starbucks Is Experimenting With a Beer-Flavored Latte

Step aside, pumpkin spice latte. Your cooler, older brother is here to steal your autumnal spotlight. Starbucks is experimenting with a beer-flavored coffee called a dark barrel latte in a “handful” of stores in Ohio and Florida, a Starbucks representative confirms to Mashable. The coffee tastes like a dark, stout beer — think Guinness — and has no alcohol content. Read the rest of the original article here! * Text and image from

Foolish Scientists Have Just Created Shape-Shifting Metal

Most movies are works of fiction, but the plots are based on real-world ideas. Including, apparently, the nightmarish future put forth in Terminator 2. A team of researchers from North Carolina State University decided the world would be a better place with terrifying shape-shifting T-1000s, and so have developed a way to control and manipulate liquid metals. Maybe they didn’t watch the whole movie? Read the rest of the original article here! * Text and image from

Samsung’s Answer to the iPhone 6 Debuts in the U.S. This Week

The Samsung Galaxy Alpha, which is the company’s answer to the iPhone in terms of both looks and specs, is officially launching in the United States later this month, exclusively at AT&T. First announced in August, the metal-framed phone (a departure from Samsung’s plastic offerings) will be available online and from AT&T retailers beginning on Sept. 26, starting at about $200 with a two-year contract, the company said on Monday. Read the rest of the original article here! * Text and image from

Schrödinger’s Cat, Caught On Camera

While quantum mechanics is tough to get your head round, you probably know about Schrödinger’s poor old cat: left in a box, both alive and dead at the same time. Well, now there’s a picture of the ill-fated feline. Well, kind of. What you’re actually looking at is an image created by quantum weirdness. The image above was created using entangled photons and a cat stencil. The odd bit? The photons used to create the image never went anywhere near the stencil, and the photons that did hit the stencil never went anywhere near the camera. Wait, what? Read the rest of the original article here! * Text and image from

Abiogenesis (Shortfilm)

A team of robotic beings land on a desolate planet to use its scant resources, but not before leaving a wonderful gift. Richard Mans’ Abiogenesis is a unique and beautiful short film. Check it out here! * Text and image from

Hershey’s New Logo Looks a Lot Like the Poo Emoji

Introduced internally in the spring, Hershey’s on Thursday introduced its latest iteration, which strips the Hershey’s Kiss of its silver foil. The result, as many were quick to note, bore a striking similarity to a pile of feces: Read the rest of the original article here! * Text and image from

Take a Walk Through Burning Man After Dark

BLACK ROCK CITY, NEVADA — Night is approaching. You can see it in the purpling sky and blood-red mountains, sense it in the now cooling air, smell it in the combined cooking smell of a dozen camp dinners, a smell dominated, as usual, by bacon. (Which, trust me on this, tastes a thousand times better out here in the desert than it does back home). But most of all you can hear the night approaching — hear it in the bullhorn sirens, the human whoops and chatter, the background thump of distant sound camps; all of these sounds rising steadily, along with the increasing likelihood of a crowded art car passing your camp with its own insistent melody. It’s a drumbeat drawing you and your friends out towards the Esplanade like a techno version of the pied piper. Time to begin another epic evening in the never-dull world of the Black Rock playa. Read the rest of the original article here! * Text and image from