Mystery solved: Why raw spaghetti always snaps in more than two pieces

Smarter Every Day has found out a solution to a mystery that even a Nobel Prize in Physics like Richard Feynman couldn't solve: Why spaghetti never breaks in half, but in three or four parts. To find out he filmed the break at 250,000 frames per second—it's a fascinating answer to a question I never had. » 12/28/14 7:03pm 12/28/14 7:03pm

Giant Meter-Long Spaghetti Lets You Live Out Lady and the Tramp

Valentine's Day is less than a couple of weeks away, and if you've yet to plan a romantic evening with your sweetheart, don't sweat it. This tube of meter-long spaghetti lets you recreate that famous scene from Lady and the Tramp. Because what's more romantic than a couple of runaway dogs fighting over table scraps in… » 2/03/14 2:20pm 2/03/14 2:20pm

Calamente Fork Good For Twirling Spaghetti, Unspeakable Torture

In the pursuit of a great idea, inventors can sometimes lose sight of the big picture. I don't doubt that the Calamente Noodle fork is fantastic at spinning up a nice, big fork full of pasta, but I also don't doubt that before the end of a meal with this medieval war museum display piece I would have at least three… » 10/21/08 8:01am 10/21/08 8:01am