Breakfast may or may not be the most important meal of the day, but it’s also arguably hardest to make. Can you really trust yourself to safely use a hot stove while you’re still half asleep? Obviously not, and why go to all that effort when you can build a Lego machine to make you bacon and eggs while you catch a few…
The old-school mechanical displays you’d find at airports and train stations listing arrival and departure times have long since been replaced with flat screen TVs. They’re not gone forever, though, thanks to one company who thinks flip-disc displays deserve a revival.
If you want to get as fit as an Olympic athlete you need to dedicate your entire life to training in your sport. You can also eat a whole lot of meat and nuts for breakfast. And when we say meat, we mean real meat—the kind you can’t get in basic grocery stores.
The most important meal of the day is also the most annoying to make because you’re groggy and in a rush and haven’t had your cup of coffee yet. Genius men Peter Browne and Mervyn Huggett solved that eternal problem of making breakfast by building a machine to, well, make breakfast for them. Yep, like in Pee Wee’s Big…
A 69-year-old retired airline pilot spent 1,000 hours over three months putting together this contraption that can serve runny soft-boiled eggs, make toast, offer tea, and hand over the newspaper. Sign us up.
Scrape out your eye boogers because even the most quotidian breakfast foods look like insane NASA photos through a thermal camera.
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.
What would you say about eating a breakfast sandwich on a pizza? Sizzling bacon, a runny egg and perfectly melted cheese on top of pizza dough. Maybe add mushrooms and chives if you'd like. How can you say no? I know I couldn't. Even if there's no tomato sauce, I'd eat the heck out of this breakfast pizza every…
Mission Chinese Food and Black Seed Bagels teamed up to create the wildest breakfast sandwich in New York: an all black, squid ink bagel with white poppy seeds that has been schmeared with whipped kefir-anchovy butter and made irresistible with Jamón Ibérico. The black bagel bun looks jarring but I'm sure this…
Kids are cute and also hilariously picky eaters so they're pretty perfect for this experiment by Cut Video that makes them eat different breakfast foods from all across the world. It's fun to see how they react and also interesting to see what different countries eat for breakfast.
Head over to History Extra to learn how British breakfasts evolved from a privilege to the most important meal of the day. The key was the establishment of regular work hours. [History Extra]
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.
There's a popular conception out there that skipping breakfast leads to weight gain. A new study now shows this is pretty much bullshit.
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.