Upgrade Your Biscuits by Treating Them Like This Classic Pasta Dish

Lately I’ve been noticing a curious new trend: cacio e pepe everything. Chefs are making cacio e pepe pizza and polenta and risotto. Now you might say, “Hang on, by that logic couldn’t you call anything with freshly ground black pepper and hard sheep’s milk cheese cacio e pepe-flavored?”

Source: Give Biscuits the Cacio e Pepe Treatment

Yum! Biscuits made with cheese and pepper are awesome for egg sandwiches. I like to use the King Arthur flour “2-ingredient” biscuit base for mine. It sounds crazy but it works. All you do is take self-rising flour and add in heavy cream, stir, and it makes amazing biscuit dough. Add in pepper and shredded cheese and you can have biscuits in under 20 minutes from start to finish. They are quite heavy though with the cream and the cheese so I wouldn’t eat them all the time.

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Getting a Tiny Bit of This Element on Your Skin Will Make You Reek of Garlic for Weeks

Tellurium is usually found stuck to various metals in the ground. It forms ores with gold, silver, copper, and lead. When refining these metals, some unfortunate people have come into contact with purified tellurium—and exposure means you reek of garlic for weeks.

Source: Getting a Tiny Bit of This Element on Your Skin Will Make You Reek of Garlic for Weeks

It’s standard practice to dissolve drug candidates in dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) when they are used. If you ever taste garlic, you’re instructed to drop what you’re doing and get to a hospital.  😉