Remember the Oven-Cam? Remember the gratuitous references to sci-fi movies? Remember Alton's wonderful, staccato voice explaining how to hard-cook eggs? They're all back. And boy are our inner nerds happy.
Calling it right now: the next K-cup phenomenon, provided this oatmeal one takes off -- which it will, because the American people are apparently obsessed with foods that come out of pods with the assistance of hot water -- will be ramen K-cups.
Monica Eng, of NPR's Chicago affiliate WBEZ has spent the better part of two months trying to get the Chicago Public School system to admit what's in its taxpayer-subsidized school lunch chicken nuggets.
Apparently, lyric videos have taken on a similar production value to real music videos, because Katy Perry's lyric vid for her new single "Birthday" stars both her, and what appears to be a complicated take of scrolling lyrics written across various cake props.
A while ago, Eric Ripert, the culinary world’s most famous Buddhist, took a trip to Bhutan to tour the Aman Resorts. While he was there, however, he took some time to perform karmic actions by volunteering to make dinner at a nearby monastery. Lately he’s been reminiscing about his better, non-self-absorbed version of Eat, Pray, Love via Twitter, and as a result, the world has some gorgeous photos of his travels through Bhutan. (Also: this video of a procession at a temple.) Enjoy!