It's worth scouring garage sales and thrift stores for clay baking vessels. For some reason, people dispose of them after a few years of use. Trust me, when you find one, hold onto it. You may not bake in it every week, but when you use it you'll be in awe of the results.
What are the three key components to getting the perfect cup of coffee? Saturation, temperature, and bloom. Sound like a lot of nonsense to you? Here's the breakdown on how to brew that perfect cup!
Something as ubiquitous as wool is often taken for granted. I teamed up with Debbie Matenopoulos to investigate how this fiber has been used in fashion since the dawn of animal husbandry! What's the difference between cashmere, merino, and alpaca? Stay tuned!
As the new year dawns it might be best to consume a few lucky foods (whether or not you believe in that sort of stuff). Collard greens, marzipan pigs, and pickled herring all play a part in international traditions, learn how!
Pick up any carton of eggs today and you are bombarded with language meant to obfuscate the truth. Free Range one carton exclaims, while another touts Cage Free! What's the difference? Here's a handy list that will help you interpret the marketing on egg cartons across the country.
Baffled by the words on every egg carton? Want to know the difference between cage-free and free-range? Here's a translation for every egg on the market; another episode of "Ask Dan!"
Home & Family put us to the test with this lip synch competition for the whole cast. Do they know that I was crowned homecoming king in high school to Thriller?