This video features soothing crinkles, tasty latkes, Metallica covers and a bag full of Legos.
How to find the best suitcase, minimize your load, pack what you need on a beach trip or a business trip and cut down on wrinkles.
Andrew Rea walks through a host of recipes including the White Russian from "The Big Lebowski," the Vesper from "Casino Royal," the French 75 from "Casablanca" and finally a hangover elixir from "How I Met Your Mother."
Granola. It's either too dry, not clumpy enough or burnt. Adding buttermilk solves all three of these problems.
The doctor's office is a risky place for us 20-somethings with slim savings.
If you ever get tired of cooking things on a hob, you can really go to town with freezing anything from a steak to baked beans.
All we had to do was turn them upside down? Is this some cruel joke?
A couple clever techniques if you find yourself in need of a handheld light in the great outdoors.
Okay, okay. Maybe "universe" is a little strong — but you'll see some really nifty waves and that's gotta count for something, right?
Chef Andrew Rea decides to make "tomate du saltambique," a recipe featured in "The West Wing," that actually makes vegetables for dessert seem like a real possibility.
Cheating isn’t a considerate thing to do, but it happens.
What we can’t do is promise 100 percent that you won’t be tracked — we’re not privy to the inner workings of the FBI or your employer’s IT system — but this is as much as you can do.
Charcoal is a simple and highly efficient fuel that can reach higher temperatures than the wood it comes from. YouTuber "Primitive Technology" creates a reusable charcoal mound to make massive batches.
The bad news is there isn't a one-size-fits-all way to break it off. The good news is that you're not the first, nor will you be the last, to break it off with someone.
Say goodbye to the days of sticky hands and infomercial-style frustration.
Unfortunately, while the choice to protect yourself from the sun is a no-brainer, the question of how best to do so is a little more contentious.
A winning Powerball ticket for the 10th largest lottery prize in US history, worth up to $447.8 million, was sold to a mystery person near Los Angeles over the weekend. If you want to win — or you do, in fact, win — what should you do?
Any toy that will melt in your hand if kept there too long doesn't seem all that practical, but it's cool nonetheless.
It’s a scientific fact that any pedestrian bacon, egg and cheese sandwich can instantly be elevated to Michelin standards by adding some ketchup and a crushed-up 50-cent bag of Doritos.
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