With mixers, blenders and food processors found in most kitchens, the primitive mortar and pestle may seem out of place. But the Stone Age tool can’t be beat when it comes to creating tasty salsas, pestos and curries, chefs say.
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Spend Valentine’s Day doing something you love — cooking, of course! Jim and Neven chat about why you should cancel your dinner reservations for February 14, dining for amateurs and how a grilled cheese can be an act of love.
Iceland has a big issue at hand at the moment.
And it is not about the kind that we sprinkle on food, but the one that we sprinkle on roads to stop the cars from sliding around the ice.
But maybe it is both.
It seems Icelanders have been seasoning their food with industrial or road salt for about 13 years, without realizing it.
Anchor Marco Werman talks to Thora Arnorsdottir, a news editor at Icelandic National Broadcasting in Reykjavík. She has been covering the salt scandal.
Ten years ago, the people of Lubec, Maine, were met with an unpleasant surprise: an enormous finback whale had washed onto the beachfront of their tiny coastal town.
As the 60-ton creature began to decompose, the town was forced to come up with a plan to get rid of it.