The most pretentious way to cook your meat doesn't actually require anything that pretentious at all.
Pick a genre you don't know enough about, add in some fourths on the piano, and then just make sure the lyrics superfically glance over your struggle with depression.
On the new ITV show Culinary Genius, Gordon sets the amateur chefs the tricky task of extracting ALL the meat from a lobster. Before they start, Chef Ramsay ...
Look, we know you're a clean person. Here's how to make sure your abode reflects that.
Andrew Rea takes notes from pasta lover Dev Shah and whips up a bowl of carbonara that will have your mouth watering.
If you weren't affected by the WannaCry attack, you're probably wondering what you can do to prevent future ransomware attacks from infecting your computer.
Here's your daily dose of good old fashioned woodworking.
If you find yourself in the woods without a cup or lighter, there's still hope for you yet if you've got a trusty roll of the sticky stuff at your side.
Opening up your microwave and attaching electric battery clamps to the inside seems like a godawful idea, but this is so darn nifty maybe it's worth it?
No clever lighting or tummy holding going on with these before and after photos. These three staffers just (literally) worked their butts off.
Ryky Tran usually grabs a trusty, boring old brick to dull his knives so that he can then demonstrate sharpening techniques and methods. This time around, however, he wanted to find out if he could use the thing to *sharpen* a knife instead.
Andrew Rea is a TV food mastermind, having attempted "Tampopo" ramen, "South Park" chocolate salty balls and a host of other treats. This time around, we're oh-so-very excited that he's tackling the entire "Seinfeld" food canon.
It may feel frustrating, but appealing to this person’s egocentricity can be very effective.
Steak doesn't need to be expensive to be good because, well, it's steak. It does, however, require proper technique. Here's what you need to know.
Watch the precocious Ms. Mazzy make the perfect summer treat — sugary, sweet bubble tea — from scratch.
Brett Domino is hilariously awkward, but he does seem to have discovered the secret formula Justin Bieber, the Chainsmokers, the Weeknd and everyone else has been garnering all their success from.
You're gonna think it's a good idea to drink cactus water and you're gonna be very, very wrong.
The United States is a very large country, and chances are you won't see most of it before you die. That is, unless you go on a road trip.
Crêpes Suzette are the ultimate food for tableside entertainment, as flaming liquor is poured atop the dish to caramelize the sugar within.
Andrew Rea is a Youtuber famous for cooking (often fictional) movie foods. This time around, he selected a very real dish featured in the movie "Julie & Julia" that was originally conceived off by the late, great Julia Child. And, boy, it looks delicious.
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