GE's New Sensor Turns Induction Cooktops Into Compact Sous Vide Machines

Revived sometime in the mid-1960s, sous vide is a method of evenly cooking food using an airtight vacuum-sealed plastic bag submerged in a temperature-controlled water bath, and it's become increasingly popular for home use in recent years. But instead of requiring yet another appliance that occupies precious kitchen… » 1/20/15 12:00pm 1/20/15 12:00pm

This Crazy Machine Wants to Be a ​Keurig For Complete Meals

Say what you will about the quality of coffee that comes out of pod-based machines like the Keurig, the machines have caught on like wildfire. They're fast, they're easy to use, and you can instantly brew up almost flavor or type of coffee you like. And soon, dinner prep might be just as easy as using a Keurig… » 1/07/15 3:16pm 1/07/15 3:16pm

How Do Robots Learn to Cook? By Watching YouTube, Obviously.

Scientists have been toying around with something called "deep learning" (a massive, internet-based robot brain) for a while now. But a newly published paper details the latest advancement in the robotic processing system: Learning how to cook simply from watching YouTube videos. Robots—they're just like us! » 1/04/15 10:20am 1/04/15 10:20am

Budding Chefs Take Note: Amazon's Having an All-Clad Sale

Anyone with even a passing interest in cooking knows that All-Clad is the most highly-regarded brand in kitchenware. In fact, if you poke your head behind the scenes of your favorite restaurants, chances are very good you'll see see their logo. If you're ready to level up your own cooking, several of their most… » 12/18/14 9:45am 12/18/14 9:45am

Watching the amazing skills of this baker is almost hypnotizing

Do yourself a favor and watch the video below. It's such a joy to see someone enjoy his job so much. He bakes bread, tosses flour, massages dough, slices open holes and even cleans and takes out the trash with so much energy that he looks like a kid bouncing around in a playground after lunch. So much fun. » 12/12/14 2:06am 12/12/14 2:06am

An Adjustable Blade Lets This Automatic Mixer Fit Any Pot

They say a watched pot never boils, but an unwatched pot will go from simmering to burning in the blink of an eye. That's why the original Stirio was such a brilliant idea, it did all the stirring while you busied yourself with other prep. And it's also why Unikia has come out with an upgraded version of the… » 12/10/14 5:00pm 12/10/14 5:00pm

This Wireless Thermometer is the Perfect Gift for Your Favorite Chef

If you're still checking the temperature of your food by opening up the oven or grill to look at a thermometer, it's time to level up. This wireless thermometer from Maverick is only $50 today with promo code EDYPAZML, and it comes packed with features: » 11/29/14 11:17am 11/29/14 11:17am

How to Cook Thanksgiving Dinner in Your Microwave

Thanksgiving is meant to be a time of reflection and solemn appreciation of the joyful bounties that our lives have bestowed upon us—or, more likely, a time to gorge on football marathons and good food. But who wants to spend every waking turkey day hour over a hot stove? Not you. Here's how you can cook an entire… » 11/22/14 12:00pm 11/22/14 12:00pm

Video: How to make those delicious looking porn burgers

Nobody makes a burger look better than pornburger master Matthew Ramsey. Each of his burgers are stunning works of art that you can almost taste and feel the savory meat juice just by looking at them. Here's a video he made with National Geographic that reveals how he makes his creations look so damn good. » 11/21/14 7:33pm 11/21/14 7:33pm

This guy recreated one of the craziest restaurants in the world at home

If you don't know the restaurant Alinea, know this: it's one of the best restaurants in the world and it's as much a mad science lab and art museum as it is a place to eat dinner. It's crazy, I mean they serve things like edible helium balloons. Somehow, this normal guy recreated all of that magic at home. » 11/11/14 8:24pm 11/11/14 8:24pm

This is how McDonald's makes its McRib from beginning to end

If you have ever eaten a McDonald's McRib you probably have wondered about the same just like the rest of us: How the hell they make these weird ribs that are not ribs and taste so delicious? What kind of sorcery is this? Wonder no more. This is how they do it, from raw materials to finished sandwich—in 10 steps. » 11/03/14 8:21pm 11/03/14 8:21pm