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The Food Lab

The Food Lab: Better Home Cooking Through Science is a New York Times bestseller, itīs the ultimate book for nerds that cook. Ever wondered how to pan-fry a steak with a charred crust thatīs perfectly medium-rare? How to make perfect homemade mac īnī cheese? or maybe how to roast a succulent, moist turkey? The book features hundreds of easy-to-make recipes, and focuses on the science behind beloved American dishes, delving into the interactions between heat, energy, and molecules that create great food, illustrated in full color.

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DOURO 41 HOTEL | PORTUGAL

Douro River in Portugal is perhaps the most beautiful river in the Iberian Peninsula. Designed by Portuguese Architect João Pedro Serôdio, Douro 41 Hotel is modern, cozy, intimate and has a sophisticated decor. The hotel offers two options of accommodation, suites as well as villas, ideal for families and groups of friends. From one to three bedrooms, the villas are fully equipped for complete autonomy and have terraces and private gardens. Both options have in comm...
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HOW MUSIC GOT FREE

Named one of Time magazine’s best books of 2015 so far, How Music Got Free is a story about greed, friendship, genius, stupidity and music piracy. In the gripping book, author Stephen Witt tells the fascinating story of pirated music, from the German audio engineers who invented the mp3, to the story of Dell Glover, a worker in a compact-disc manufacturing plant, with access to new albums who leaked nearly 2,000 of them over the course of a decade, to the story of a...
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GLASS KETTLE TEAPOT | BY MENU

Stylish and functional glass teapot with tea "egg" infuser by Menu. The glass kettle teapot was designed by Norm Architects and blends two traditions - Asian Zen philosophy and modern Scandinavian design. It features transparent glass to make brewing tea a visual experience. The tea egg is a unique design detail and works as a functional strainer, you can easily raised it by pulling the attached silicon string when the tea is ready for serving. You can ...
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