Every day girls around the world are fighting for their freedom. This International Day of the Girl – join them and raise your voice.
In the event of a nuclear fallout, every piece of digital and written information could all be lost. Luckily, there is a way that all of human history could be recorded and safely stored beyond the civilization’s end. And the key ingredient is inside all of us: our DNA. Leo Bear-McGuinness explains.
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In this episode of “Kids Try”, the kids try 100 years of seafood. Let’s see how the kids react to oysters rockefeller, lobster roll, crab cakes, Manhattan clam chowder, tuna casserole, molded salmon mousse, crab rangoon, clam dip, jambalaya, McDonald’s Filet-o-Fish, popcorn shrimp, California roll sushi, blackened redfish, scallops, tropical shrimp salad, fried calamari, Stargazy pie, baja fish taco, poke bowl, and sushi burrito.
Zarina and her best friend Alicia were just hanging out on a Summer day, just before school started. Typical teenage girls, they were busy on snapchat. Zarina was particularly interested in this one boy – a hockey player – and she had a huge crush on him. Of all the boys in her school, he was her favorite, her school crush.
Senior Editor Chris Morocco shows us how to cure salmon with kombu, and then serves it up with a fresh yuzu kosho.