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The EggBot Pro is a Robot That Exquisitely Paints Eggs

Sure, Easter can be fun. All of that egg finding and candy eating can be a pretty good time. However, the most time consuming aspect of the holiday is not donning a bunny costume, it’s painting colorful designs on all of those eggs. Thankfully, the coming robot apocalypse has got you covered. Introducing the EggBot […]

Beat the Wheat: Gluten-Free Tomato-Feta Tart

AKA Who You Callin’ a Tart?  Oh Yeah, This. Late summer is my favorite time of year, and it all goes by too quickly, with its lazy weekends, marathon gab sessions (with bonus day drinking!), birthday cake with too many candles, beautiful sunsets, and farmers markets exploding with gorgeous colors and flavors. August is just […]

25 Ways to Use Basil

Basil plants everywhere else have grown wild this summer and now you’re probably wondering what you’re going to do with the rest of your abundant supply. Your first instinct is probably to make a boatload of pesto. Do it. One can never have too much pesto. But once you’ve tired of pesto, it’s time to […]

The Cronut Has Nothing on This Ramen Noodle Lobster Roll

Let the glory that is the modern food mash-up wash over you like a nice tall glass of lemonade-spaghetti. First there was the Cronut, then the Ramen Burger and then, well, a billion other things. Newest mash-up on the Franken-circuit? This ramen noodle lobster roll. Created by food blogger Joy of The Cooking of Joy, […]

Summer Soiree: Cooking Channel’s Ultimate Labor Day Menu

Whether you’re celebrating a three-day weekend, the start of the school year or the (hopeful) end of humidity for the year, Labor Day weekend is the perfect reason to host a final backyard party. Stumped on what to serve? Here are Cooking Channel’s best-ever summer recipes to help you wrap up the season with a barbecued, […]

This Patriotic Grill is a Monster of Form and Function

Do you have a souped-up grill currently resting in your back yard? It probably got a lot of use this summer, with copious “oohs” and “ahhs” from your friends and neighbors. However, no matter how many trinkets you have affixed to your mega-grill, it probably pales in comparison to this roving, and ridiculously patriotic, monster grill. […]

Hump Day Snack: Mini Burger Cupcakes

Ah, Labor Day. That bittersweet moment of conflict between a blissfully long weekend and the end of lazy days, white jeans and vacation. Savor the final lazy days of backyard barbecues with these Mini Burger Cupcakes. The first trick to authentic-looking sliders is a golden cupcake muffin topped with a sprinkle of sesame seeds, to resemble […]

The Best Back-to-School (or Work) Lunches

Whether you’re packing lunch to eat in your cube or for your kids to have at school, it’s important to find things that are easy, quick and new. And regardless of your best intentions at 7:30am, the key is making something you (or your kids, spouse or cubicle-neighbor) actually want to eat once lunch time rolls around. With that in mind, […]

Cambridge University Now Offers a Ph.D in Chocolate

You love chocolate. You love it so much that those around you often utter the phrase “if you love chocolate so much, then you probably just should marry it.” You may not be able to marry a delicious hunk of the good stuff, yet, but that doesn’t mean you can’t study it. One renowned institution […]

Sifted: Brioche with Sour Cream Custard, Plum Upside Down Cake + More

Hot Links We’re Loving: Take it from Lady and Pups. Make a shallow pool in the dough for Brioche with Blueberry Sour Cream Custard to get the best of both worlds: buttery brioche and creamy citrusy custard. Your average upside down cake may get its caramelized top from rings of golden pineapple, but that’s not the only fruit that […]

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