Have you ever walked by a window outside of a restaurant where plates of food are displayed? They're meant to catch your attention and make you want to eat at the restaurant. But how exactly do they make those plates of food? Is it actually real food, or something ... else?
Here's how display food is made in Japan. It's seriously mind-blowing.
When two ingredients love each other very, very much, something magical happens. Peanut butter and jelly, cookies and milk, and eggs and bacon – they are timeless loves. Let's see what happens when rum and pineapple-coconut juice come together in an innocent little game of spin the bottle.
Want some juicy, tasty chicken for a salad or a dish of pasta? Let me show you the easiest, most foolproof way to get yourself some chicken breasts that are actually juicy (not dry) and easy to make. The only catch? It takes some trust. Let me explain.
If there's one thing we know is true, it's that you have enough on your plate at dinnertime without having to rack your brain about rice ratios. Basmati, jasmine, white, brown, long, short — this tip works for all of them — every time!
I'm here to interrupt your search for recipes and cool kitchen tips and direct your attention to the most important thing you'll see all day: a tiny hamster at a tiki party. Watch as a human makes adorable drinks and pours them into nuts for the adorable hamster.
One of the best ways to start your week off right is to cook a big pot of grains, like quinoa. You can eat it with fruit and yogurt for breakfast or with veggies and sauce for lunch and dinner. And it's so easy to make a quick pot of quinoa. Watch our 15-second video to see how — you'll have method memorized by the end!