Sierra Mackenzie Hicks

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How to Keep Beer Cold, Outside, with No Electricity: The eCool

Beer was reportedly invented sometime around 5,000 B.C. So it's shocking to think that refrigeration wasn't invented until the 19th Century. Because …

10 Designers' Guest Bedrooms

Nothing says "welcome" like a great guest bed.<p>Nothing says "welcome" like a great guest bed. Ten designers show us how they treat their visitors to a good night's sleep.

Flappy Bird is coming back as a 'less addictive' multiplayer game in August

If you got hooked on <i>Flappy Bird</i> just in time for the game to be pulled, you're in luck. Creator Dong Nguyen told <i>CNBC</i> today that he'll put the title back in the App Store in August. When it does return though, it's said to be less addictive thanks to a new multiplayer mode. And there are entirely …

11 Smoothies to Get You in Shape for Summer

The sun's finally out and farmers' markets are back, and this only means one thing: smoothie season. There's nothing more refreshing than a freshly blended smoothie, and certain combos will keep your skin glowing and figure fit for the summer. So dust off your blender and get to work:<p>Green …

Healthy Eating

Get out! Picnic food ideas to make outdoor dining a breeze

Time to dust off the gingham blanket and wicker basket. Need picnic food ideas? Follow a few simple tips for a delicious, relaxing (and safe!) day of feasting in the sun.<p>The first thing to remember when planning your picnic spread, says chef and owner Joachim Splichal of Patina in Los Angeles, is …

Food & Dining

Kitchens of Tomorrow

Are 3D food printers the next wave of home/professional cooking? Yes, say a bunch of companies manufacturing 3D food printers for home and professional cooks. They're quite pricy, ranging from $1,300 to $10,000, but they do print very intricate cake toppers. [WSJ]