– Aug 16, 2019, 8:54 AM
Ahh, sesame. We all know those pale, tiny seeds that sit on top of hamburger buns, speckling them with bursts of flavor and texture. But sesame is used for much more than making your buns more fun. It is also used in other popular, everyday dishes.
The plants in Craig Burrows' photos look like something plucked from an alien planet, sprouting wild shades of violet, pink and green. But the plants, and the colors are real. It's the result of a cool trick of nature. All plants reflect light.
BENI, Congo (AP) — The young Ebola patient who took his college entrance exam while being treated in isolation has passed the demanding test, to the joy of many in Congo where his story is now well-known. Claude Mabowa is among the nearly…
The miners take their ore to one of the many small shops in town that advertise 'compro oro' ('I buy gold'). To separate the gold, shopkeepers mix in mercury, creating an alloy. Then they use a torch to vaporize the mercury, leaving small clumps of…