From the world’s first 3D printing photo booth to artists who turn your Facebook data into 3D art objects, the world of 3D printing just seems to get better and better. But, let’s say you’re dreaming a
The subject of heated debate [Photograph: Robyn Lee] Last week, The Atlantic published a series of fascinating food dialect maps tracing pronunciation patterns across the country. Words like "crawfish,"
Apparently never-ending pasta, salad and breadsticks-serving chain Olive Garden is getting rid of its slogan "When you're here, you're family," and late night host Jimmy Fallon got first dibs. Last night
All week long Faith Durand, mastermind behind The Kitchn, has served as our guest editor: she chose a Wildcard winner, answered your questions on the Hotline, and shared low-maintenance, oven-free desserts
In Strange Food History, we're hitting the books -- to find you the strangest, quirkiest slices of our food heritage. Today: Creepy medieval magic at the dinner table. Shop the Story Sure, we hear stories
[Photographs: Carrie Vasios] On a recent stroll through the cookie aisle of the supermarket, I noticed not one but two new cinnamon flavored cookies. Joy! They each took a very different approach—one and
(The unofficial soundtrack to your weekend...) To honoring our fathers, who taught us how to be men. To eating with them, too! To this poor pooch, for putting up with this nonsense. To Prince Harry, for
Guess that Today Show appearance didn’t do the trick after all. Walmart, America’s biggest retailer, said this afternoon that it was severing ties with Paula Deen immediately, the latest company to end