" Brown said Saturday in an interview with CNN's Michael Smerconish.In an apology in his online newsletter, posted Friday night, Batali wrote, "My behavior was wrong and there are no excuses.
BOSTON—In what seems to suggest acute homesickness among the colonists, historians at Boston University said on Wednesday that newly uncovered documents indicate that most pilgrims sailed back to Europe in the fall of 1623 to celebrate the first Thanksgiving at home.“What we see from personal diaries and ships’ logs is that the majority of these settlers, rather than stay put and observe the holiday in Plymouth, decided to brave the three-month journey back across the Atlantic to be with family and friends,” said professor Willa Sinclair, adding that the few pilgrims who remained in the New World either couldn’t afford the trip or refused to go if their father was bringing his new girlfriend.
There are few things social media users love more than flooding their feeds with photos of food.Researchers from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) believe that analyzing photos like these could help us learn recipes and better understand people's eating habits.
Seafood is the key to avoiding turkey tedium, says Charlotte Langley, a Toronto chef and sustainable seafood ambassador.She points to a recipe she developed: Haddock and "stuffing" with white beans, smoky bacon and roasted shallots on country bread.
A hotel receipt has raised questions about whether the Las Vegas gunman was alone in his hotel room during his stay before he open-fired on thousands of people.A photo of the receipt was uploaded to Facebook, showing "two guests" had ordered a burger, cream-cheese bagel, potato soup, two Pepsis and a bottle of water.
The NYU study, published on Thursday in the journal Preventing Chronic Disease, focused on the Bronx section of New York City.Regan
More people in poor neighborhoods purchased healthy food when mobile food markets used wireless banking machines to accept food stamps, according to a new study released by New York University.
iPhone X's hidden security trick
Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives.Yes, Apple claims that Face ID on the iPhone X is far more secure than Touch ID ever was.
That moment when you just have to say "I love you" on a Note 8.But somehow I've always associated Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 with being a phone for power users who need it for business, rather than young lovers who need it to seem more alluring.
“Seek and you will find” may be an old passage from the Bible, but it could also be a modern-day marketing mantra to promote search engines.After all, it’s almost easier to find information online these days than it is to sit in ignorance.
The deal to sell American chicken feet to the Chinese market, reached this year following long and intense negotiations, was made possible after the U.market to chicken cooked in China, the FT noted.
Researchers have devised a machine learning algorithm that looks at photos of food and predicts the recipe that created the dish.Given a fresh photo of a dish, the system picked the right recipe 65 per cent of the time.