Hack a flour sifter and a heat gun to roast the ultimate bean.
Make a twin-solenoid power nutcracker that bashes the shells and saves the meats
Zakariya Al-Razi, the Secret of Secrets, and the invention of the modern still
Built-in bowl spinner, bean stirrer, and heat gun achieve a perfectly even roast, automatically
Extract DNA from strawberries in this science experiment you can drink.
Add caviar-like bubbles of balsamic vinegar to your bruschetta for a fancy, scientific twist on this classic appetizer.
Gelatin pearls or "jello caviar" are surprisingly easy to make
Anyone can make these sweet and easy sugar skulls with just a few ingredients and a little creative decorating.
Don't leave condensation rings on your furniture. Craft yourself a pallet coaster to do the heavy lifting for you!
It’s easy to brew this ancient elixir from honey and yeast!
Give your jack o'lantern the ability to express a multitude of emotions by bringing it to life as a zoetrope animation!
The Tin Can Cooker is a homemade outdoor stove that really works.
From science classrooms to high end restaurants and now to your kitchen, cooking with liquid nitrogen is becoming more common.
I was inspired by Kinder Surprise eggs to make a white chocolate milk jug filled with candy.
When you drink soda, bubbles of carbon dioxide (CO2) cause the tingling sensation on your tongue.
Making your own hot sauce is so easy and rewarding, you might never go back to store-bought sauce ever again!
Invigorate your newly carbonated cocktails, sodas, and aged whiskey with homemade bitters.
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