Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, they say. But they don’t know how hard it is to make when you’re a zombie rushing to get to work. If only we had the time to carefully consider breakfast and start the day right. Peaceful Cuisine gives breakfast a healthy spin in this video with peanut butter and jelly…
Breakfast. The most important meal of the day. And you’ve been eating well. Here are 17 delicious breakfasts you ate this week.
From Captain Crunch to miso soup, we all eat differently each morning. It’s highly regional. It’s remarkably personal. It’s your breakfast. For this week’s Shooting Challenge, photograph your breakfast.
Forget instant oatmeal, in the outdoors you should be eating like a king. Here's how to cook the breakfast of bearded champions: bacon, eggs and fried potatoes over a campfire.
The Wake-n-Bacon Burger tries to solve my weekly brunch dilemma: Sweet or savory? The proposal is interesting: "Sandwiched between two warm and freshly glazed apple fritters, sits a maple bacon-wrapped beef patty, draped with melty cheddar cheese, and drizzled with a caffeinated maple, espresso syrup."
You can have your iPhones and iPads and Androids and laptops and smart watches and Google Glass and fitness trackers and wearables. Have it. Take it all away. I only want this magic pancake stacking robot in my life. It's the only reason we invented technology.
We've probably all made a few pancakes in amusingly shaped blobs, but Nathan Shields takes pancake to a whole new level of art. The illustrator, former math teacher, and stay-at-home dad makes pancakes with his kids that range from Star Wars tributes to portraits of Isaac Newton to animals painted in stunning…
No longer do those wanting to eat healthy at breakfast have to live in fear of the backlash from the grapefruit they're digging into. This Citrus Sectioner replaces your spoon with a purpose-built contraption that safely and easily removes a wedge from your favorite morning fruit—minus any geysers of blinding juice.
Look, say what you will about McDonald's — they know how to do breakfast. The Egg McMuffin is such a perfect packet of good-morning deliciousness, I swear Ronald McDonald must've cut his burger-flippin' teeth in the kitchen of a roadhouse diner. But unlike my favorite diners, where breakfast is a Constitutional right…
We've already got smartphones with GPS radios, data connections, and mapping software that can tell us where we're supposed to go. Why on earth would we need additional smart devices in the world to help us get around? Quite simply because sometimes the smart gadgets in our pockets aren't hip to what we want to…
It's springtime, at last. People are smiling, showing a little more skin, and your favorite brunch spot has opened its outdoor seating area. But don't reflexively reach for that Bloody Mary. It's a new year. It deserves a new cocktail.
We live in the future, so chances are you've got all manner of gadgets flashing and beeping at you to remind you what's happening on any given day. But your toast isn't in on all that fun. And why shouldn't it be? If you had something like the Image Toaster, it could be. And maybe someday you will.
Breakfast sandwiches are one of the best ways you can start the day (taste-wise, at least). But they tend to be logistically difficult. Either you've got to take the time to carefully assemble one, or pay some scruffy, minimum-wage employee to make one for you. Hamilton Beach's Breakfast Sandwich Maker merges the…
Fancy a big breakfast? Think again: scientists have shown that the fat content will go straight to your hips in no time at all.
Instagrams are amazing, but there's something...intangable about them. If you swing by the gallery from 3pm-6PM today, we'll be making them into real-life prints using Instaprint—the location-aware photobooth for Instagram.
If only there were a way to get a real-life print of the sweet Instagram photos you take as you march through life. What? There is a way? And it's gonna be at Giz Gallery? Shut the front door.
If you roll out of bed by yourself in the morning in an empty apartment, breakfast for one doesn't always have to be just a bowl of cereal. Nostalgia Electric's griddle packing toaster has just enough room to fry up a couple of eggs or a single pancake.
Lucky Charms would be one of the finest foods ever created—if only the actual cereal bits weren't pooping on marshmallows' tasty parade. Thankfully, Thingiverse user Tom Lombardi invented a solution for this age old problem. Enter the Lucky Charms Sifter.