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You're Probably Using The Wrong Glass For Your Craft Beer. Fix That.

Let the Brew Dogs fix that right now
Dec 17, 2014 3:30 pm

You're probably using the wrong glass for your beer. Heck, you're probably drinking it out of the bottle, which we have no problem with. But should you seek the proper glass for your excellent brew, the good dudes at Aberdeenshire Scotland-based BrewDog provide a quick and dirty tutorial on sipping (or pounding, if that's your fancy) from the right vessel. 

Soufflés Should Not Be Scary. Here's Why.

Easy cheese & thyme soufflés via Nigel Slater
Dec 15, 2014 3:30 pm

"Soufflé is culinary term with so much baggage. It sounds scary, but actually, it's just a bit of cheese and some egg whites," says British culinary authority and cookbook master Nigel Slater. Make these invidicual savory puddings as an impressive side dish or dressed-up lunch and don't be afraid to get a little cheese rind in there for body and texture. Meticulous cheese-grating won't get your spoon into that soufflé any faster.

 

Adam Pally, Kris Yenbamroong, Andy Milonakis Had An Uni And Ribeye Noodle Party

Chef, comedians, luxury ingredients. Go.
Dec 15, 2014 2:30 pm

So, what is Andy Milonakis doing with Adam Pally (of The Mindy Project) and Los Angeles chef Kris Yenbamroong (of Night + Market)? Well, there is uni, dry-aged ribeye and the Thai version of packaged ramen noodles involved. Check out the new episode of Fat Prince.

Video: Beet Salad Ruined By Truffles, Totally Sucks Now

We had to post this awesome reader-made video
Dec 12, 2014 3:00 pm

Beet salads are a good thing, unless of course you flat-out ruin them. Umami Burger's version, with truffled ricotta and truffle dressing definitely falls into the "too much of a good thing" category...if truffle oil had actual truffle in it, and that's a story for another day. Anyway, check out this slice of reader video mail and stick to kale Caesars in the meantime.

How Seriously Not To Fry An Egg (Unless You're Really Good With Mercury)

This is one awesomely toxic breakfast trick!
Dec 5, 2014 9:00 am

Shimmery, shiny, molten heavy metal is TOTALLY the most metal way to fry an egg if you're not planning to eat it or necessarily even re-use that nice sturdy cast-iron skillet that never did anything crazy to you. This brilliant technique is not unlike making a deep-fried poached egg...it's just not exactly like it. You know? 

Video: Watch A Deep-Fried Turkey Turn Into A Fiery Inferno

Hopefully, this didn't happen to you on Turkey Day
Dec 3, 2014 3:30 pm

Last week, in the run-up to Thanskgiving, the Nashville Fire Department filmed a cautionary video to help spread the word about the dangers of deep-frying your turkey. Watch it and learn. 

What Is In Those Little 'Do Not Eat' Packets? And Can You Eat The Contents?

You know the exact ones we're talking about
Nov 11, 2014 9:00 am

Pop open a bag of beef jerky or a bottle of multivitamins and you'll come across a few of them. They’re like the prize in a box of Cracker Jacks…but without the prize part. You know the packets we’re talking about: those small white ones with some variation of “THROW AWAY” scrawled all over them. They also regularly come with a more ominous, albeit curiosity-inducing, warning: “DO NOT EAT." But what is in them exactly? And is it possible to eat their contents?

Symphony Eats Ghost Chilis, Attempts To Play Instruments

Classical music and hot peppers in perfect harmony
Nov 7, 2014 9:00 am

We've watched in horror as countless people take their figurative lives in their hands and chow down on something supremely spicy. You'd think members of the Danish National Chamber Orchestra with their music Ph.D's would know better than to take a ghost chili to the face before diving into an up-tempo ditty like Jacob Gade's "Tango Jalousie," but it makes for one spicy dance.

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