What happens when we cook meat low and slow? Turns out there's a lot of science happening under the lid of your Dutch oven!
The fantasy imagined by dear Edmund in "The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe" can be a reality in your kitchen today! Making Turkish Delight is rather simple, all it takes is some sugar and arm power!
Ever wonder where tonic water gets its name? Here's the fascinating medical history of a bar standard!
The painful headache that accompanies some of our favorite icy treats is something that even doctors and scientists debate. There are a few theories that have been put forward to help explain the pain, and I've got some quick remedies to help you quell the nasty feeling when it starts to attack!
Want to salute the end of summer with something extra special? Try making some sorbet with fresh fruit from the farmer's market and spike it with a little wine!
Ever wonder what goes into making those blocks of tofu you see at the grocery store? Here's a quick lesson in protein coagulation!
Ever wonder what makes a brownie fudgy or cakey? Time to break down the science of this delectable treat!
Ever wonder why some ice is clear and some is cloudy? Here's the real science behind frozen water, and a great DIY for you and your family. Make an enormous ice cube this weekend for a snow cone party!
How much do we think we're eating? How much food is actually on our plates? When it comes to the psychology of filling your dinner plate there's more at work than just your hunger!
The plant-like organisms that grow in our oceans are responsible for nearly 90% of the oxygen in the atmosphere! Seaweed and the rest of the algae world are fascinating specimens, watch the video to learn why you might want to add some sea greens to your diet!