You can be forgiven if you think that the pinkish liquid that makes a rare steak “juicy” is blood. We tend to call a rare steak “bloody,” after all, so it’s not exactly a stretch to think that the red liquid that drips out of your steak when you cut into it is blood.
Why signing day could be the fax machine's last hurrah
Recruiting reform could mark the end of college football's love affair with the faxed national letter of intent.
This British Soldier Held Off 6,000 Enemies With Beer
In 1951, William Speakman saved the lives of hundreds of British soldiers using little more than rocks and empty beer bottles. Here's how.
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'For Some People, It’s Insulting to Make Mexican Food Vegan' — The Story of El Palote Panaderia
In December 2015, El Palote Panadería opened in Pleasant Grove as a traditional Mexican bakery with one notable exception: vegan Thursdays. Word spread on local vegan blogs and Facebook pages, and soon the shop was serving more vegan items during the week and all-vegan menus on weekend nights to satisfy...
Top 8 Indian Restaurants in Beijing, Where to Eat Indian Food in Beijing
Top 8 Indian Restaurants in Beijing for Indian food, vegan food, halal food: here we introduce best Indian restaurants in Beijing for Indians, and tips for choosing Indian restaurants from location, price, etc.
Why Indian Americans Dominate the U.S. Motel Industry
Nearly half of the motels in the U.S. are owned by Indian Americans. A new book takes us behind the lobby.
Congrats to Philly’s top Indian restaurant — Zahav?!
TV station gives an Israeli restaurant its award for the top Indian restaurant in the area.
The First Timer's Guide To Indian Restaurants
A little education to help you choose an Indian restaurant, from Lucky Peach's Priya Krishna.
How Indian Americans Came to Run Half of All U.S. Motels
Starting in the 1940s, Indian immigrants built a hospitality industry that their children and grandchildren have turned into an empire.
Tocabe: American Indian Eatery on Instagram: “"That's what friends are for!!!"”
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Seftel's top 10 Latin American/Caribbean restaurants
Howard Seftel's top 10 restaurants in metro Phoenix for south of south-of-the-border fare.
Why Do Indian-Americans Own So Many Hotels?
Indian-Americans run about 40% of America's hospitality industry – and 70% of those Indian-Americans have the last name “Patel.” While the name Patel has bec...
Missing in Indian Country part II: Lawmakers seek answers for why Native American women vanish
Matthew Lone Bear spent nine months looking for his older sister, Olivia — using drones and four-wheelers, fending off snakes and crisscrossing nearly a million acres, often on foot. The 32-year-old mother of five had last been seen driving a Chevy Silverado on Oct. 25, 2017, in downtown New Town, on the oil-rich terrain of North Dakota’s Fort Berthold Reservation.
Top-ranked Indian restaurant changes location, eyes move inside the Loop
Top-ranked Houston restaurant Great W'Kana Cafe considering a move inside the Loop.
How to make Tomato and Onion Chutney-Indian restaurant cooking
Tomato and onion chutney, serve with poppadom or main dish, 1large finely chopped onion,2 chopped green chilli,4/5 clove garlic crushed,or chopped, 1 tin pee...
Cornell University Professor says Sen. Warren should apologize to Native American Indians on...
Stream the The Kuhner Report episode, Cornell University Professor says Sen. Warren should apologize to Native American Indians, free & on demand on iHeartRadio.
5 Reasons You Should Take an Indian Safari
Most people head to Africa to go on safari, but India is so rich and diverse with wildlife that it might even put some African countries to shame!