Here's a nifty way to add a little zing to your drinks: replace ice cubes with frozen lemon or lime slices to chill your drink without watering them down.
This trick comes from a 1998 edition of Cuisine magazine (dug up by Gourmet Chef). To freeze the slices, place them in water using a cupcake baking sheet or a tray. Lay the lemon or lime slices flat and stick them in the freezer. They'll freeze perfectly well on their own. These lemon/lime "ice cubes" are perfect for soda, iced tea, cocktails, beer or just plain water.
It's sad to think that the stereotype of men being better at math than women still persists today. According to the latest data from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), many girls around the world are still doubtful of their ability to do math. Read more
So this is what happens when an inquisitive Corgi discovers a foreign substance of dubious and sour nature on the ground. Is it delicious? Or is it a threat? Will the Corgi prevail or give in to the mysterious treat? Find out in the clip below: Read more
The Bible consists of approximately 775,000 words spread across 66 different books. But what if you could distill the word of God down into a single cover? That's the challenge that Presbyterian pastor/graphic designer Joseph Novak took upon himself. As a result, he came up with these minimalist posters interpreting each and every one of the Bible's many books. Read more