Steak Diane

S teak Diane is traditionally made with a thinly pounded steak, and a cognac, butter, and shallot sauce that is flambéed right before serving to great dramatic effect. Try this classic recipe for Steak Diane! "Diane" refers to the pan sauce made with mustard, Worcestershire, cream, and cognac. It's ready in under 30 minutes, making … Continue reading Steak Diane

Imagine a Board Game Where You Still Like Your Friends at the End

Stephanie Van Hook posted Mar 09, 2018 “One more round. We can’t end on this note,” Brian said, trying to be conciliatory. “No, it’s time to go,” Maria said. True, it was getting late. It was the end of the week, we were all tired. But Brian was right. Just a couple of hours earlier it … Continue reading Imagine a Board Game Where You Still Like Your Friends at the End

The Science Behind Mud’s Healing Power For thousands of years,

Linda Ingroia posted Apr 03, 2019 On a recent vacation to the Sicilian island of Pantelleria, I went straight for the mud. Alongside tourists and locals at the Lago di Venere thermal springs and mud baths, I slathered myself with the sulfuric-smelling ooze, then baked in the sun until the mud cracked. Surely this had to … Continue reading The Science Behind Mud’s Healing Power For thousands of years,

I Survived a Serial Killer: How a Woman Escaped After Being Beaten, Bound and Stuffed in a Trunk

Christine Pelisek January 30, 2019 09:00 AM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZUmAx6N0DbI&feature=youtu.be On a September night in 1992, Jennifer Asbenson was in a panic: The California 19-year-old had missed her bus and was worried she’d lose her job at a home for disabled children. When a man pulled up in a light-colored sedan and offered her a ride, she … Continue reading I Survived a Serial Killer: How a Woman Escaped After Being Beaten, Bound and Stuffed in a Trunk