Using the WokMon to Achieve Expert-Level Chinese Food at Home

Home cooking with a wok is an exercise in disappointment: Your wimpy home range can't muster the firepower of the volcanic wok range at your favorite takeout joint. Inventor Glen Lee wants to solve that with WokMon, a drop-in ring that focuses your gas flame for maximum sizzle. We tested it. » 7/28/14 2:42pm Yesterday 2:42pm

Cybersecurity As A War Against Haunted Objects

We've already covered the insane case of a Chinese restaurant menu that served as a successful point of infiltration for hackers to access the private computers of an unnamed oil company, so I won't go into much more detail. However, there was a brief moment in the original New York Times story that deserves a quick… » 4/13/14 3:00pm 4/13/14 3:00pm

It Seems Like All Chinese Restaurants Use This Hilarious Photoshop Trick

College Humor wondered why all Chinese food menus looked the same from all those different Chinese food takeout restaurants that all somehow taste the same and it's so obvious! They all must use the same Photoshop technique! What you know about the peeling laminant and saucy fingerprints filter? » 10/02/12 2:00am 10/02/12 2:00am