In an episode of "The Office," Michael Scott orders an absolutely absurd 18-topping pretzel. So, of course, chef Andrew Rea decided to follow in his sickly sweet footsteps.
Some simple tips to keep your rice from being sticky, gummy, crunchy or burnt.
Building up a home bar doesn’t have to mean going broke.
Anyone can carve a Jack O'Lantern, but here's something cool and different that you can do for Halloween this year.
Buzzfeed's Tasty channel has been doing some phenomenal food tutorials as of late. This time, they've tackled eggs, explaining how to perfectly fry, poach, boil and scramble them.
Just take your son down to the mudbank and grab that fish by the gullet.
Using French landmarks as his subjects, photographer and concert violist Bertrand Kulik explains a cool technique to create otherwordly images.
Why don't power bank displays come with this information from the get-go?
"I caught these fish and made the video in an attempt to educate people about the right way to handle these animals so as to cause them the least harm and to ensure their survival."
If you thought the technology was difficult, think first about how complicated it would be to communicate with the aliens on concepts like distance and mass.
More presents, fewer lame texts.
"The cucumber isn't just a vegetable. It's an incredible opportunity to send your date a subliminal message."
Taking a page from the movie "Whiplash," at-home chef Andrew Rea tries to recreate movie theater fare at home with mixed results.
Apple and Google are pushing the tech hard, but what's actually new about the next wave of AR?
Two words: Dennis Rodman. Yeah, you heard it right. The retired basketball player is the key to all of this.
When you have a lot of tabs open, browsing turns viscous. There's a lot of clicking and waiting.
Don't know your flank from your sirloin? No worries. Butcher Bryan Mayer is here explain every part of the pig.
A field guide to surviving and thriving in cohabitation.
Andrew had already taken a stab the recipe a try without having sampled it, but a nice internet human who won a competition sent him over a small tin of the sauce.
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