Let's start over again
hobwicki:

Hail Pie-dra. #baking #pie #CaptainAmerica

hobwicki:

Hail Pie-dra. #baking #pie #CaptainAmerica

grahambug:

etteluor:

listoflifehacks:

If you like this list of life hacks, follow ListOfLifeHacks for more like it!

I couldn’t have clicked the motherfucking follow button faster after I saw the pinata cookies with mini m&m’s inside holy shit let me tell you

I MUST

gastrogirl:

chocolate peanut butter banana popsicles.
scienceandfood:

Anyone Can Be a Kitchen Scientist
“Anyone can cook!” declared Chef Auguste Gusteau in the classic animated film Ratatouille. We’ll go a step further: with a little cooking know-how and access to a kitchen anyone can do science. Each spring the students of the Science & Food undergraduate course prove us right as they research and experiment their way toward apple pie enlightenment.
But you don’t have to be a student in our course to be a savvy kitchen scientist. One of our younger readers, Vincent, recently won his local seventh grade science fair by carefully crafting and conducting his own kitchen experiment. By baking cookies with different temperatures of light (reduced fat) butter, Vincent determined that frozen butter creates a chewier cookie than melted butter. His scientifically proven chewy chocolate chip cookie recipe appears at the end of the article.
Vincent’s project is a great example of a successful kitchen experiment. For those of you who are avid kitchen experimenters or are thinking of dipping a toe into the world of kitchen science, we’ve summarized the key features of Vincent’s project that will help make any (kitchen) science experiment a success. Read more…
Photo credit: Pixar

scienceandfood:

Anyone Can Be a Kitchen Scientist

“Anyone can cook!” declared Chef Auguste Gusteau in the classic animated film Ratatouille. We’ll go a step further: with a little cooking know-how and access to a kitchen anyone can do science. Each spring the students of the Science & Food undergraduate course prove us right as they research and experiment their way toward apple pie enlightenment.

But you don’t have to be a student in our course to be a savvy kitchen scientist. One of our younger readers, Vincent, recently won his local seventh grade science fair by carefully crafting and conducting his own kitchen experiment. By baking cookies with different temperatures of light (reduced fat) butter, Vincent determined that frozen butter creates a chewier cookie than melted butter. His scientifically proven chewy chocolate chip cookie recipe appears at the end of the article.

Vincent’s project is a great example of a successful kitchen experiment. For those of you who are avid kitchen experimenters or are thinking of dipping a toe into the world of kitchen science, we’ve summarized the key features of Vincent’s project that will help make any (kitchen) science experiment a success. Read more…

Photo credit: Pixar

Saw that “Condiments and Dressings” was something that google thinks I enjoy

then I realized I’ve seen this video about a hundred times as well as the others in the Heinz Automato series of videos.

epic-humor:

will do anything for foood

vintae:

Japanese Strawberry Shortcake (by KitchenTigress)

runmywaytofit:

cause I never know what to eat for breakfast!

mewtwo870:

If you have trouble ordering food over the phone and the restaurant doesn’t have an online ordering function then BRING ME THAT is the site for you.
Just look up local food places that deliver, put in your order on bringmethat and they will confirm when the order is placed via email. You don’t have to talk to a single human except for the person who delivers your food.
They will order your food for you and have it delivered straight to where you live.
When I don’t have the energy to actually order over the phone I use bring me that and they are so nice

mewtwo870:

If you have trouble ordering food over the phone and the restaurant doesn’t have an online ordering function then BRING ME THAT is the site for you.

Just look up local food places that deliver, put in your order on bringmethat and they will confirm when the order is placed via email. You don’t have to talk to a single human except for the person who delivers your food.

They will order your food for you and have it delivered straight to where you live.

When I don’t have the energy to actually order over the phone I use bring me that and they are so nice

mothernaturenetwork:

Food-sharing apps put an end to wasted grubGot leftovers? Before you throw them out, consider connecting with your community to share them with someone in need.

mothernaturenetwork:

Food-sharing apps put an end to wasted grub
Got leftovers? Before you throw them out, consider connecting with your community to share them with someone in need.

areyoutryingtodeduceme:

cakemask:

lyonizemusic:

250px:

please watch this video

I really thought this was a joke until about 1:50 into the video. After that, I couldn’t believe the genius of this product. 

That’s really fucking clever I want 20

I LOVE ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS

he’s so passionate about it that it makes me want to get one