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  • What Does it Do to Your Brain?

    Cocaine is a very potent drug that affects the CNS or the central nervous system. Prepared from the leaves of a bush called Erythroxylon coca which is a native of Peru and Bolivia, it can be self administered in a number of ways. It is most commonly ingested by snorting it into the nasal passage.

  • You Probably Know One…

    Although psychopaths have existed among us since the beginning of mankind, the cases of psychopathy seem to be on the rise. Close family, friends, and relatives are becoming victims of this personality disorder. Psychopathy is basically an antisocial behavior where an individual has little guilt, shame, or remorse on something he/she has done. The individual

  • The Worlds Highest Paid DJs

    Most people think that being a DJ is not a particularly profitable venture. However, the fact that there is a lot of demand for entertainment in this day and age means that there are many people who are willing to pay top dollar for quality DJ entertainment. This means that as long as one invests

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    Banksy The Modern Picasso

    Banksy Brilliance If you’ve taken the time to feast your eyes upon the street art of Banksy, then consider yourself privileged. Of course there must be a difference of opinion, it defines the purpose of art, but there is no disputing this man is good. Hearing his name is now associated with Banksy the modern

  • Jajangmyeon

    Jajangmyeon, also known as the “korean spaghetti” is a very popular dish in Korea as well as all around the world. It’s best known for its easy to prepare and delicious meal. Jajangmyeon is a noodle dish topped with a thick sauce made of chunjang (a salty black soybean paste), diced pork and vegetables. Koreans love to eat this especially when they are

  • Gin Lane

    The 18th century happened to be a tumultuous period for the greater part of the civilized world, and this easily attested itself by the widespread debauchery and moral ills that predominantly characterized this era. As expected liquor consumption was the order of the day, and those that couldn’t afford the milder forms of alcohol, opted

  • Dining at America’s Steakhouses

    It’s safe to say that everybody loves steak, well almost everybody (except for the vegetarians). If you love steaks, then you have come to the right place. Every kind of meal has its own purpose, its particular ritual and significance. Burgers are meant for tailgating, road trips run on fast food, and French restaurants seem fit

  • Palabok

    One of the most popular Filipino dishes is the “pancit palabok” or simply known as  “Palabok”. This is a very scrumptious meal and indeed one of the prides of the Filipino people. Palabok is a noodle dish with shrimp sauce and topped with several ingredients such as cooked shrimp, boiled pork, crushed chicharon, tinapa flakes, fried tofu,

  • Kare Kare

    Kare Kare is a famous Filipino dish. Its main ingredients are ground peanut, meat and vegetables. Usually, people from the Philippines use peanut butter. Depending on the quality of the peanut butter used, the Kare Kare’s taste and texture depends solely on the peanut butter. Some use well grounded peanuts, now this is usually the

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    Implications of the Modernist Cuisine Movement

    The modernist cuisine movement started in the turn of the 21st century. It was first coined as molecular gastronomy in 1992 by the late Oxford Physicist Nicholas Kurti. It is a sub-discipline of food science, which seeks to learn more about the physical and chemical transformations of ingredients through investigations, explanations and finding practical usage.