Easy Weeknight Meals; Michio Kaku on the Future of the Human Brain

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Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Homecooks Kathy Brennan and Caroline Campion share their favorite easy recipes for weeknight meals. Physicist Michio Kaku tells what high-tech brain scans are showing scientists about telepathy, memory, and telekinesis.

Inspiration for Weeknight Dinners

Two home cooks draw upon decades of trial and error in their own kitchens and alongside professional chefs to share their tried-and-true recipes for weeknight meals, and the secret to happiness at home.

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Behold the Most Complicated Object in the Known Universe

We’ve learned more about the human brain in last decade than in all of human history. As the secrets of the living brain are being revealed through high-tech scans by physicists, take a look at what the future has in store. In the next decades scientists will create a map of the brain's 100 billion neurons and how they connect, and we'll have technologies that can save our memories—or erase them.

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Recipe: From Keepers: Our Favorite Meat Loaf

This meatloaf is super moist and flavorful, with a sweet glaze, and because it's wider and lower than a typical meatloaf, there’s more  browned crust and it cooks faster.

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Recipe: From Keepers: Chicken Pot Pie

It's possible to make this pot pie even on busy nights when you use store-bought puff pastry dough.

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Recipe: From Keepers: Fish Tacos with Pineapple Salsa

Quick and delicious Sand Diego-style fish tacos.


Recipe: From Keepers: Black Bean and Butternut Squash Enchiladas

Black beans and butternut squash wrapped in tortillas, smothered in a smoky tomato sauce and cheddar cheese and baked is a good choice for Meatless Mondays.

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