Gordon Ramsay's Food Tastes So Good It Made This Chef Cry

We’ve long been using Gordon Ramsay’s original recipes to wow our dinner guest and our own taste buds. We’ve also always paid close attention to the Michelin-starred chef’s cooking tips that he shares on his many show and on social media — our burger patties have never been the same since we took his suggestion of adding butter to them as they cook. When we follow Ramsay’s lead in the kitchen, things almost always pan out, and yet, apparently we’re still really missing out by never having had the opportunity to try food prepared by the chef himself. This fact became quite clear when, thanks to FoodBeast, we came across… Read More

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Twitter Is In LOVE With This Guy's Reaction To His Girlfriend's Wig

When you’re seeing someone new, it can take a while to go from making out at the bar after last call to pooping at their place. And for some, another step comes between that: “How do I tell my boyfriend I wear a wig?” currently has more than one million search results on Google. Now, wearing a wig is absolutely nothing to be ashamed of — and no one needs another person’s stamp of approval to rock one, either. But, the truth is, it used to be a pretty awkward relationship subject to broach. Not in the year 2017, though. These days, girls and guys are not only snatching their… Read More

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Watch NASA test the monster engine that will launch the most powerful rocket in history

On July 25, NASA tested one of its RS-25 engines. The RS-25 engine isn’t just any engine — it’s a rocket engine that will launch the most powerful rocket in history — the Space Launch System (SLS) — in 2019. This was the third successful test of the RS-25 engines. When SLS launches, there will be four RS-25 engines helping it lift off — as well as two solid rocket boosters. In total, the rocket will generate 8 million pounds of thrust, enabling it to lift a payload weighing the equivalent of 11 African elephants into space. That might sound like a lot, but this is the rocket that NASA… Read More

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The looming Kyrie Irving trade leaves the Cavs with a unique problem while trying to reload for another run at the Warriors

Kyrie Irving has reportedly asked the Cleveland Cavaliers for a trade, likely ending the super-team Cavs as we know them. According to reports, the Cavs feel confident about trading Irving, believing his age (25) and contract status (two years, with a third-year player option) make his stock particularly high. However, while the Cavs are likely to get a good return for Irving, finding the perfect return for him is particularly challenging because Irving carries a unique value for the Cavs. Irving is undoubtedly one of the most talented scorers in the NBA, but his value in other areas is lower. He’s mostly ceded playmaking duties to LeBron James and his… Read More

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Apple supplier Foxconn unveils plan to build a $10 billion LCD factory in Wisconsin

Apple supplier Foxconn, the world’s largest contract electronics manufacturer, revealed plans today to build a new facility for producing LCD panels in Wisconsin. The news was announced at an event this evening with Foxconn chief Terry Gou and US President Donald Trump, who has aggressively pressured both domestic and foreign corporations to invest in the US. (He has also often taken credit for such investments even when they predated his administration.) Trump was joined at the event by Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker. Foxconn plans to spend $10 billion over the course of the next three years on the 20,000-square-foot plant, which will employ at least 3,000 employees to start. The… Read More

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Microsoft will now pay up to $250,000 for Windows 10 security bugs

Microsoft is launching a new Windows Bounty Program today, designed to expand its existing security bug bounty programs. While the software giant has previously paid out $100,000 for Windows 8.1 bugs, this new program will see the software giant pay out far more for serious Hyper-V flaws in Windows 10 or Windows Server operating systems. Microsoft will now pay up to $250,000 for severe Hyper-V vulnerabilities, and security bugs in Microsoft Edge or Windows 10 preview builds will fetch up to $15,000. “Security is always changing and we prioritize different types of vulnerabilities at different points in time,” explains a Microsoft spokesperson in a blog post. “Microsoft strongly believes in… Read More

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