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Look How Easy This Clever Measuring Spoon Is To Clean

We first covered Rahul Agarwal’s Polygon measuring spoon a couple of years ago. Made from a flat piece of etched plastic, it folds into a measuring spoon of various capacities depending on how you hold it. Now the Polygon is finally becoming a reality through Kickstarter, so you can soon make your drawers sightly less cluttered.

Tempt Adventurous Dinner Guests With This Recipe From The Hannibal Cookbook

Hannibal may be gone from the airwaves, but it’s forever in our hearts, our nightmares and on our dinner tables — thanks to Feeding Hannibal: A Connoisseur’s Cookbook, a recipe collection is curated by the show’s food stylist, Janice Poon. And you don’t even need an appetite for human flesh to enjoy it.

Watching Wacky Pizzas Get Baked Totally Melts My Mind

I don’t really think pizza needs any more toppings beyond some sauce (preferably marinara) and some cheese (preferably mozzarella) but if you’re one of those weirdos who enjoys silly things on their pizza like cauliflower, grapes, potatoes, and shrimp, you’re gonna love this video where ten wacky pizzas get baked right in front of you. Actually, even if you don’t like complicated pizzas, you’ll still enjoy watching the video because it feels like you’re tripping out as they morph into each other.

Large Looking Man Prepares Seemingly Small Lasagna

Video: Without an outside reference point, it’s impossible to say whether Jay Baron is exceedingly large or the food he makes quite small indeed, but there’s a definite disparity of scale going on throughout his YouTube channel Walking with Giants.

How To Make A Fancy And Delicious McRib Clone

Video: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt, even within the realm of professional chefs, is an absolute madman. Even his midnight snacks are more involved than most people’s date-night dinners. Behold his latest creation: Ribby McRibface.

Genius CakeDozer Delivers Desserts In Pristine Condition

A cake server is the perfect tool for getting a slice of cake or pie off a serving platter, but how do you then get the dessert safely onto a plate so it’s worthy of an Instagram share? With the CakeDozer server, which physically bulldozes it clean off with the push of your thumb.

What A Star Chef's Midnight Snack Looks Like

Video: James Kenji Lopez-Alt is a chef and food writer. He’s been called the “nerd king of cooking” and he’s done plenty to earn that title. Unlike us plebs who pour a bowl of cereal, when Kenji gets a bit peckish in middle of the night, magic happens. The man’s half-asleep dishes are better than what most of us can whip up at our best.

The Spadle Is A Dumb Name For A Clever Multi-Function Kitchen Utensil

You know how your kitchen looks like a warzone after preparing a large meal? With dirty pots, pans and utensils strewn about like wounded soldiers? The unfortunately-named Spadle wants to help make cleanup a little easier by replacing multiple utensils with a single transforming solution.

Ancient Campfires May Have Unleashed Humanity's Top Bacterial Killer

The ability to control fire brought our ancestors countless benefits, but as a new study by Australian researchers suggests, it may have also triggered the spread of one of the worst blights to afflict our species: Tuberculosis.

18th Century Pancakes Were Weird And Slightly Racist

The unfortunate truth of peering into our collective past is that eventually, something intolerant rears its head. For example, this pancake recipe found and cooked by 18th century cooking aficionado Jonathan Townsend doesn’t call the griddle treats pancakes at all — they’re “Indian slapjacks.”

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