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This ‘Unpickable’ Bike Lock Has The Most Ingenious Design

A YouTube video posted by LockMan28 shows how the crazy and ingenious lock works. LockMan28 said he ordered the lock from an Asian manufacturer (more on that later).<p>First, check out how the device works:<p>LockMan28 pulled out the bottom and rotated the barrel at the end of the lock so that a hole …

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Recycled Skateboard Art Knives

Husband and wife team SecondShot put a new spin on old skateboards with the spectacular knives that they’ve made from them.<p>Handle is made from 100% recycled skateboards in Canada. The recycled skateboards have cut, sanded, compressed and shaped to make each handle. Everything is done by hand so no …

How to Make a Cloud Nursery Mobile

Katerina Buscemi and Cheryl Fall are Contributors with “apartment therapy” where you will find their complete tutorial for this adorable “Cloud …

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Foodily Blog

Foodily Blog

classic cobb salad

When I am considering recipes I might share with you all, there are a lot of foods that I arbitrarily rule out. Sandwiches? Nope! With rare …

spring asparagus pancetta hash

A few times a year, I go on a Dinner Intervention, which might sound a little more gentle than it is. It sounds like a “Honey, I was thinking I’ll do …

sweet and smoky oven spareribs

On the kind of clear-skied, warm summer evening when people without sleepless, feverish babies to tend to were drinking beers outside and grilling on …

fresh tomato sauce

Around this time every summer, I see the best signs at the markets: “Ugly but tasty!” “Pretty on the inside!” “Don’t judge a tomato by its cover!” …

peach shortbread

Is there an unsaid rule that bar cookies have to be heavy and gooey? Two weeks ago, we picked up a cup of coffee on our way to the park so that the …

garlic butter roasted mushrooms

A repeat offender in the lede-burier category, let me begin with what matters: this is absolutely my new favorite quick and obsessively delicious way …

white and dark hearted brownies

White chocolate brownies have it tough. They share a name with a baked good that needs no improving on; their chocolate is rejected by self-titled …

spaghetti with lemon and olive oil

Look, it wasn’t my finest moment but my Happy Valentine’s Day gift to my husband was an <i>epic meltdown</i> over book deadlines and recipe flops and the …

green bean salad with fried almonds

I’m pretty sure I had a normal relationship to all things stringy and green when I started this site, but if my archives are any indication, at some …

piña colada cake

You might want to start rolling your eyes right now, you know, to get a head start before you hear what I’m about to say next: You know that time I …

vermontucky lemonade

This is how I’ve decided to prepare for summer this year: 1. Buy tiny madras shorts and aviator sunglasses for the toddler. Like I could resist. 2. …

charred corn tacos with zucchini-radish slaw

I would not say that previous to the last year, we were <i>not</i> taco people. I can think of several carnitas that have brought me nearly to tears (and …

roasted eggplant with tomatoes and mint

One of the things I’ve been fiddling around with last year is the idea of making bruschetta without, you know, bread. I shared a …

pink lemonade bars

Last year, not seconds after putting the final touches on what I certain was The Lemon Bar To End All Lemon Bars, a recipe intended for that little …

spinach salad with warm bacon vinaigrette

Happy Pie For Breakfast Day, friends! Do you see what I did there? I made it official, which means that you need not feel any regret that you may …

chocolate-hazelnut macaroon torte

When it comes to large family gatherings, no matter how much I humble-brag about my brisket, roasted vegetable sides or the way I know my way around …

bee sting cake

Nobody could mistake me for a person who moves quickly. I “run” at a treadmill speed that would never catch a thief, and barely these days, a …

banana, nutella and salted pistachio popsicles

Growing up, we made popsicles by pouring orange juice into these molds, letting them freeze and eating them outside so we didn’t sticky up the …

strawberry, lime and black pepper popsicles

I had these popsicle molds for 14 months before using them once, yet in the weeks since I used them for the first time, I’ve made three other …

key lime pie popsicles

[Welcome to <b>Popsicle Week</b>, wherein I admit that I had something of a popsicle incident this summer, wherein incident = gotta a little carried away, …

butterscotch pudding popsicles

[It’s <b>Popsicle Week</b>, wherein I admit that I had something of a popsicle incident this summer, wherein incident = gotta a little carried away, made too …

Bike Part Vending Machine Appears In Brooklyn

Available to Premium &<br>Purple Members<p>Want a day of IRL PSFK inspiration? Come to our CXI 2018 conference!<p>That’s right, before you start filling up …

BFF Bikes In Chicago Set To Become The First Bike Shop For Women In The Midwest

CHICAGO -- Susan B. Anthony recognized the power cycling had for women more than a century ago when she famously said bicycling "has done more to emancipate women than anything else in the world."<p>Yet fast-forward to 2014 and ladies are still left languishing in the margins of the wider consumer …

How to Organize a Bike Train

Nervous about your kid riding to school? There's safety in numbers.<p><b>What It Is</b> <br>A bike train is an organized group made up of children and adults who ride their bikes to and from school along an established route.<p><b>Bike-Train Benefits</b><br>According to the advocacy group Safe Routes to School (SRTS), kids …

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