Some kids’ lemonade stands have been shut down by cops because they didn’t have a valid permit from the state. What’s up with that? Find out here!
Is swallowing gum bad for you — and does chewing gum really stay in your stomach for seven years, like some people say? Find out more here.
How do you convert teaspoons to metric? How many pints are there in a gallon? Find out how to convert cooking measurements here.
When it’s over 100 degrees outside, is it finally hot enough to fry an egg on the sidewalk?
Why do we eat raw fish – and is sushi really safe?
Is there some trick to choosing a ripe, sweet, really good watermelon? Here are some things to look for to get the most delicious fruit.
You may have heard that bananas are radioactive. Is it true, or just a myth? Find out the burning truth here.
Nutella looks for all the world like chocolate in a jar. It’s not just chocolate in a jar, is it? Find out about this hazelnut spread here.
Here are a few tips for choosing a great pineapple – to use as garnish for a tropical cocktail, in a fresh pineapple upside-down cake, or just for eating.
When was beer invented? And who came up with this idea? Because millions of people would probably want to raise a glass in his honor.
Tired of drinking the same old booze? A DIY flavored vodka made by infusing a variety of different ingredients may be exactly what you’re looking for.
If you want something really delicious for homebaked bread – or just want to teach your kids a little DIY science – here’s how to make homemade butter!
Are pizza boxes recyclable or not? There’s a lot of conflicting information on this. The boxes have the recycling symbols on them, but many areas say you can’t put them in the bins with the rest of the recyclable cardboard. What gives? “Recycle all the things!” If you’re anything like me, you make a real effort…
Why is bacon so good? What is it about those thin slices of meat that makes me want to eat a pound of it in one sitting?
Can you put eggshells down the garbage disposal? It turns out that there’s a good reason for people to be confused on the issue.
Frozen yogurt is everywhere, often marketed like ice cream, and I like it, but I don’t really know what the difference is between that and regular ice cream. How are frozen yogurt and ice cream different — and what exactly are gelato and frozen custard?