How To Kentucky Derby
Here’s the best way to celebrate the Run for the Roses.
How to Care for Cast Iron
The skillet is one of the most useful items in any kitchen. Here’s how to care for cast iron to make sure yours gets passed on to the grandkids.
How to Make the Most of A Layover
You could avail yourself of the buffet in the business class lounge and watch and entire season of Dexter on your laptop, but where’s your sense of adventure? Sure, there are some airport lounges that are incredibly luxurious but they shouldn’t be your only stop. Should you find yourself laid over in one of these cities, here’s how to get the most out of it.
What is Graphene?
Superheroes take note: your next suit material has arrived.
How to Eat Ants
You eat honey, don’t you? That’s basically bee vomit. And yet, people are still wary of eating insects. Go figure. Actually, anyone who eats processed food in North America consumes, on average, 500 grams of insects every year. It’s permissible as long as the amount doesn’t compromise the quality of the food. We know, right? Since you’re eating them anyway, why not make like some of the world’s top chefs and celebrate insects as the delicious source of nutrition they are? Here’s how to eat ants.
How to Exercise in Your Hotel Room
It can be hard to keep up with your regular fitness routine on the road, but these exercises (25 repetitions each) will keep you in tip-top shape without ever leaving your room. Here’s how to exercise in your hotel room.
How to Hire a Contractor
While you may fancy yourself a regular Bob Vila, when it comes down to it you probably don’t have the time (or, frankly, the expertise) to undertake a big job. We spoke with handyman extraordinaire Mike Holmes to get the lowdown on how to hire a contractor, haggling and getting the results you want.
How to Do A Burnout
Learning how to incinerate tires in a blaze of glorious smoke is not something they teach you in driver’s ed. But it is essential automotive knowledge, akin to driving stick, mastering heel-and-toe or planning the perfect road trip. Of course, the usual disclaimers apply: practice only on a closed course and at your own risk.