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Cooking for 15,000 People

Cooking for 15,000 People

Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is a prominent Sikh house of worship in Delhi, India. Everyday, volunteers in the temple feed up to 15,000 people for free in a simple unlimited buffet. Best Ever Food Review Show toured the temple’s kitchen and enjoyed the meal as well.

Making a Rice Knife

Making a Rice Knife

Kiwami Japan’s collection of unusual kitchen knives continues to grow on a regular basis. Here, he manages to transform ordinary white rice into a extremely sharp blade after a bit of grinding, sifting, and milling… and milling… and milling some more.

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Culver’s New Flavors of the Day

Culver’s New Flavors of the Day

For the first time since 2012, Culver’s is releasing new flavors of their deliciously creamy frozen custard. There are six new flavors starting 5/10/18, and we’ve tasted them all. Read on to learn which were our favorites, and when you can enjoy them for yourself.

FinalStraw Reusable Straw

FinalStraw Reusable Straw

Straws make up a large amount of our waste. The makers of FinalStraw hope to alleviate that with their convenient product. Unlike other reusable straws, FinalStraw is collapsible and comes with a key ring case. It comes with a squeegee but it’s also dishwasher-safe.

How Hostess Cakes are Made

How Hostess Cakes are Made

They may not be the most natural or healthy baked goods, but there’s no question that Hostess cakes are popular. In this clip from INSIDER, inside the Emporia, Kansas factory that cranks out hundreds of millions of snack cakes each year. THIS IS WHY WE’RE FAT.

How All You Can Eat Restaurants Work

How All You Can Eat Restaurants Work

All you can eat restaurants seem like a losing proposition. Business Insider spoke with an analyst to find out what tricks establishments use to squeeze profits out of buffet-style menus, and how other restaurants fought back.

Chef’s Table Pastry (Trailer)

Chef’s Table Pastry (Trailer)

Netflix follows up its spectacular foodie series Chef’s Table with a new series focused specifically on desserts and candy, and the talented, obsessive, and meticulous pastry chefs behind their creation.

Shoeshi

Shoeshi
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Sushi specialist Yujia Hu aka The Onigiri Artist is famous for his shoe-shaped sushi. He shares some of his most famous work in Shoeshi, a 64-page book that will teach you how to make sushi that looks like Jordan 1s, NMDs, Yeezys and more.

A Literal Cheeseburger

A Literal Cheeseburger

For no particular reason other than to show off their food artistry and knowledge of cheese colors, TasteMade created a cheeseburger entirely from cheese. But the creation of this burger isn’t the best part – it’s when the burger gets melted down like the Nazis in Raiders of the Lost Ark.

The History of Nutella

The History of Nutella

Business Casual shares the origin of the hazelnut spread and its most famous incarnation – Nutella. Like many inventions, the spread came out of necessity. Trade embargoes during the great wars led to a shortage in cocoa. Enter the hazelnut.

Saucemoto Dip Clip

Saucemoto Dip Clip

If you must dip your McNuggets while driving, the Saucemoto is the solution to your first-world problem. It clips onto most car air vents, and securely holds dip containers from many fast food restaurants – all while filling your car with the aroma of BBQ sauce or honey mustard.

Cooking Macaroni, 1784-style

Cooking Macaroni, 1784-style

While there really is little difference between the way that macaroni was prepared back in 18th-century England and now, we were still completely drawn in by this video from Townsends about the joy of making and eating such a simple and delicious dish.

Gâteau Gato

Gâteau Gato

Artist and pastry chef Alexandre Dubosc’s delicious looking cake doubles as a zoetrope, so as it spins, it reveals animated scenes of various feline friends, including Felix the Cat, Maneki-neko, and Catbus. (Thanks Rachel!)

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Making a Chocolate Knife

Making a Chocolate Knife

We’ve always assumed that chocolate was meant to be eaten, and not used as a kitchen utensil. But after you watch this video from Kiwami Japan, you’ll see how chocolate can not only be moulded into the shape of a knife, but it can be sharpened enough to actually cut food.

Dr. Pepper Cotton Candy

Dr. Pepper Cotton Candy
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Fans of the sweet and spicy soft drink can get their flavor of choice in a new form factor – carnival food. This pinkish-hued cotton candy packs all 23 secret flavors that make up the zesty soda pop, packed into a 100% spun sugar treat. Wouldn’t you like to be a Pepper too?

Inside a Lasagna Factory

Inside a Lasagna Factory

An extensive look inside the Roma Prince pasta factory in Costa Rica where a factory line engineered by Pavan continuously cranks out a stream of delicious noodle ribbons, ready for us to add pasta sauce, cheese, and meat to. Anyone else craving Italian for dinner?

Suvie Robot Cooker

Suvie Robot Cooker

Suvie is a robotic refrigerator and cooker. It keeps ingredients chilled until you tell it to start cooking. It has compartments for veggies, sauces, protein-rich food and starch-based food. There’s also an optional meal subscription with pre-packed ingredients.

Big Game Grilling with Johnsonville

Big Game Grilling with Johnsonville

There’s nothing more satisfying during the football game than to chow down on a delicious grilled bratwurst. Johnsonville’s Sizzling Sausage Grill makes it quick and easy to cook perfectly grilled brats and sausages right on your kitchen counter.

How to Juice a Watermelon

How to Juice a Watermelon

From the “so obvious, why didn’t we think of it” file, comes a video from food expert Alton Brown, showing us a super simple way to get delicious juice from a watermelon without resorting to slicing it up and sticking it in a food processor. Cue the overly-dramatic music!

Survival Garden Seed Kit

Survival Garden Seed Kit
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Something we never thought about putting into our bug-out bag, but that makes perfect sense. Open Seed Vault’s pack includes appx. 15,000 seeds from 32 different heirloom varieties with high germination rates. Comes packed in a waterproof mylar bag for a 20+ year shelf life.

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Burger Time-lapse Battle

Burger Time-lapse Battle

Temponaut Timelapse conducted an experiment to see whether a fast food hamburger or one made from fresh, organic ingredients would decompose faster. It’s fascinating to see the cross-contamination when they’re placed in the same chamber.

Potato Sandstorm

Potato Sandstorm

If you have the patience to sit through the carving of the instrument itself, you’ll be treated to one of the most unusual cover versions of Darude’s 2000 hit Sandstorm ever, as performed on an almost certainly unbaked potato by a quite possibly baked musician.

MoMa Trick Placemat

MoMa Trick Placemat
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This fun placemat makes it look like your cutlery and plate are warping the space around them. A great gift for illusion, science or science fiction buffs. Available exclusively through Museum of Modern Art’s store. It comes in blue or white.

Making Candy Canes from Scratch

Making Candy Canes from Scratch

To celebrate the holidays, true DIYer How To Make Everything decided to take a stab at making some candy canes, starting out by extracting sugar straight from cane, and using natural flavorings and colors. Will they turn out better than his candy corns?

Pizzas in Space

Pizzas in Space

The crew of Expedition 53 on the International Space Station couldn’t order delivery, so they decided to make some pizzas for themselves. We assumed all of toppings would just float off in the microgravity environment, but with enough sauce, they seem to stick pretty well.

How to Make Instant Ramen Broth

How to Make Instant Ramen Broth

Alex French Guy Cooking is addicted to instant ramen. He thought of four different ways to have instant ramen broth on hand, either as a powdered mixture or as a cube. Two of the recipes take only 5 minutes or less, while the other two take several hours.

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