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If you take two different medications for two different reasons, here’s a sobering thought: your doctor may not fully understand what happens when they’re combined, because drug interactions are incredibly hard to study. In this fascinating and accessible talk, Russ Altman shows how doctors are studying unexpected drug interactions using a surprising resource: search engine queries.

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What really happens when you mix medications? | Russ Altman

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There’s a lot of awesome street food in China, and this is one of my Chengdu favorites! It’s definitely in my top five or ten street foods in Chengdu! Crispy, salty, sweet, and spicy all at once – MAN, IT WAS GOOD. I can’t get enough of this. This is legit.

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Street Food in China: Sweet Spicy Crispy Potatoes! by Austin Guidry

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In this episode of SOURCED Guy explores Thailand in search of Kaffir Lime. On a hunt for the best local dishes Guy eats his way through the floating markets, consults a local chef for the best curries and finds everything he needs to impress the locals with a homemade Thai soup.

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RECIPE
Tom yum Goong Soup

Ingredients:
STEP 1
1 lemon grass stalk, bruised
6 kaffir lime leaves
1 tbsp galangal, sliced
1 tbsp cilantro/coriander root, bruised
1 basket cherry tomatos, halved
3 cups chicken stock
2 red chilis, halved

STEP 2
1/3 cup mixed mushrooms
6 medium prawns, cleaned

STEP 3
2 tsp fish sauce
2 tsp Prik Pao (Thai chili paste)
3 limes
½ tbsp palm sugar

STEP 4
1 bunch cilantro/coriander leaf (garnish)
1 green shallots

Method:
1. In a pot on high head bring the chicken stock to the boil, then turn down
to a simmer and add Lemon grass, Kaffir lime leaves, galangal, cilantro/coriander root,
cherry tomatoes, chillies and infuse for about 6 minutes.

2. Once infused turn the heat to low, add mushrooms and cleaned prawns,
cook for another 5 minutes till prawns are just cooked through and
mushrooms are soft then add the fish sauce and take off the heat.

3. Now season the soup with lime juice, sugar and Prik Pao (Thai chili paste).. add
a little at a time to find that harmonious balance.

4. Garnish with shallots and fresh cilantro/coriander.

Kaffir Lime in Thailand | SOURCED

Hazelnuts in Italy | Sourced by TasteMade

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In the next episode of SOURCED, we follow the hazelnut road and end up in Piedmont, just in time for the annual Nocciola Festival. Join Guy as he celebrates with the townfolk and finds inspiration for a delicious dessert. It’s pretty nuts.

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RECIPE
Zabaglione with Hazelnut Praline and Gelato

Zabaglione Ingredients:
4 egg yolks
2 tbs caster sugar
3 tbs Frangelico (Or any Hazelnut liquor)
1 tbs hazelnut puree (nutella)

Praline Ingredients:
1 cup sugar
3 tbs water
½ cup sliced hazelnuts

Zabaglione Method:
1. In a bowl over a double boiled beat eggs, sugar and Frangelico until thick and foamy.
2. Continue to cook for another 5 minutes till mixture coats the back of a spoon add
nutella and mix through… the mix needs to be continually whisked while cooking to
stop the egg from curdling.
3. Serve immediately.

Praline Method:
1. Line a tray with parchment paper.
2. In a pan on a medium head add sugar and water.
3. Cook for about 6 minutes till medium caramel forms.
4. Carefully mix through nuts then poor out onto parchment lined try to lt cool.
5. Store in air tight container.
6. Serve hazelnut gelato in a bowl with some Italian sponge fingers, poor over zabaglione then
garnish with praline.

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Penang is the home to wonderful history, friendly locals and delicious meals. A definite attraction in northern Malaysia, Penang is represents a mixture of traditional and modern culture. What is really synonym with Penang is the food! Ask Malaysians and many would have traveled to Penang just to savour the delicious meals.

It was a pity that I only managed to feature a few places and I bet others will tell that one stall is better than the other. But you see, that IS Penang. Too much good food! We just cannot name the best. I personally had a great time eating Nasi Kandar, Roti Canai, Cendol, Curry Mee, Fried Oyster with Eggs and the famous Asam Laksa. Come join me in my next food tour by SUBSCRIBING!

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How To Detect A Secret Nuclear Test by MinutePhysics

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Recipe

I include a recipe for this well-known dish because most people I know get it completely wrong, either adding milk or cream or letting the eggs become scrambled. This recipe is the real thing. It was brought to Lazio from Umbria by coal men (carbonari), who came to sell charcoal to the Romans. Since then it has been adopted by the Romans and is famous worldwide.

Serves 2 (good portions)

220g Spaghetti or Spaghettoni (the largest spaghetti)
25g  Guanciale (the cheek of the pork) or pancetta (Italian bacon) cut into small cubes.
2 tbsp olive oil
2 eggs
50g Parmesan cheese (or aged pecorino) freshly grated.
Freshly ground black pepper.

Cook the pasta in a large pan of boiling salted water until al dente.

Meanwhile, heat the oil in a pan and fry the guanciale or pancetta until crisp. Lightly beat the eggs in a large bowl with the grated cheese and pepper. When the pasta is ready, drain and add to the pan with the guanciale. Then mix well to coat everything. Take off the heat. Allow to cool slightly. Then add the egg and cheese mixture. Stir to coat the pasta and serve immediately.

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Spaghetti Carbonara | Antonio Carluccio

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A form of deadly leukemia was found to be contagious in a species of clams. Are other cancers contagious?

Read More:
Deadly, Contagious Form of Leukemia is Devastating Atlantic Clams
http://www.iflscience.com/plants-and-…
“Populations of soft-shelled clams along the east coast of North America are being devastated by outbreaks of a fatal leukemia-like disease.”

Is Cancer Contagious?
http://cancer.about.com/od/newlydiagn…
“My boyfriend has cancer and I am worried about it possibly being contagious.”

Clonally transmissible cancers in dogs and Tasmanian devils
http://www.nature.com/onc/journal/v27…
“Tasmanian devil facial tumor disease (DFTD) and canine transmissible venereal tumor (CTVT) are the only known naturally occurring clonally transmissible cancers.”

Discovery News http://discoverynews.com

Is Cancer Contagious? And the forms that are .. by Discovery News