New Advancements In Prosthetic Limbs Are Making It Easier To Crack Open a Cold One
The Coapt system allows users to accomplish two-handed tasks in the kitchen, and elsewhere, better than ever before.
This Book Reveals the Truth About All of Our Grossest Food Habits
From double-dipping to beer pong hygiene, Paul Dawson and Brian Sheldon are exploring the nastiest questions of food science.
This Hong Kong Food Startup Hires the Elderly to Package Its Organic Frozen Dinners
Kenneth Choi Man-Kin's project not only provides jobs and a sense of community for the elderly, but also combats food waste from local farms.
Avocados Are Not Vegan, Argues BBC TV Show Host
Big if true.
A Third of 'Gluten-Free' Dishes Contain Gluten, Study Shows
“Having gluten-free ingredients is not enough to ensure that gluten isn’t making its way into the food," says the lead doctor on the study.
How to Cook, Snack, and Shop in the Age of Seriously Scary Climate Change
You may be feeling helpless, but here are seven things you can start doing today to shrink your carbon footprint.
Why It's So Gosh Darn Hard to Pick Something to Eat for Your Dang Lunch
It's not just you.
Please Don't Chug Beer Through Your Nose OK
College students: putting their parents' hard-earned tuition dollars to work by snorting Bud Light
How All the West Coast Wildfires Could Affect the Taste of Wine
Last year’s wildfires were so bad that many West Coast wineries were forced to dump wine made from the smoky grapes.
There's Something Suspicious About This Lifetime-Supply-of-Bacon Contest
Bacon is the best way into a lot of people's hearts, but is it also the best way to distract from abuse allegations and legal trouble?
Men Are Embarrassed to Order Vegetarian Food, British Study Finds
"Cultural expectations run deep, and we often view men as the butchers and the barbecuers."
This Formerly Incarcerated Chef Is Making Healthier Ramen for Prison Commissaries
"God came to me and said, 'I want you to do this ramen.'”