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Recipe with video instructions: Spun sugar decorations are way easier than you ever realized. Here's how to make them. Ingredients: 200g / 1 cup super-fine sugar

Recipe with video instructions: Spun sugar decorations are way easier than you ever realized. Here's how to make them. Ingredients: 200g / 1 cup super-fine sugar

How to make caramel spirals - this is so easy to do, and it's a nice "sweet" touch - actually tastes good, too, if the guest wants to nibble the garnish

How to make caramel spirals - this is so easy to do, and it's a nice "sweet" touch - actually tastes good, too, if the guest wants to nibble the garnish

Because the reefs extend so close to the surface of the water, the waves form consistent tubes.

Because the reefs extend so close to the surface of the water, the waves form consistent tubes.

"The waves are breaking far out on the reef barrier," Thouard said, "and there is absolutely no sand or dirt or anything coming from land that the wave could remove."

"The waves are breaking far out on the reef barrier," Thouard said, "and there is absolutely no sand or dirt or anything coming from land that the wave could remove."

The world's fastest moving fault lies beneath New Zealand, and has taken a dramatic U-turn over the last 65 million years, new research suggests.The Alpine Fault, part of the fault zone at the point where the Pacific Plate is diving beneath the Australian Plate, has shifted the two corners of New Zealand's South Island relative to each other a whopping 435 miles (700 kilometers) over the last 25 million years.That shift translates to a maximum speed of about 1.85 inches (4.7 centimeters) of…

The world's fastest moving fault lies beneath New Zealand, and has taken a dramatic U-turn over the last 65 million years, new research suggests.The Alpine Fault, part of the fault zone at the point where the Pacific Plate is diving beneath the Australian Plate, has shifted the two corners of New Zealand's South Island relative to each other a whopping 435 miles (700 kilometers) over the last 25 million years.That shift translates to a maximum speed of about 1.85 inches (4.7 centimeters) of…