Excuse me, I believe it specifically states not to use the top step. Please expand your barbecue and try again.
Alright guys, I need your help on this one. Not quite sure this picture 100% fits this site, but you're a smart bunch so I figured I'd ask your opinion.
What in the name of Odin is going on here? What liquid could that be? Is it helping the cup stick to the top or is that something to do with the microwave? I've been staring at this for half an hour and I'm still baffled. Let me know in the comments!
Scott DeSimon, writer at http://www.bonappetit.com/ stumbled across a quick and fun way to make a large quantity of corn on the cob. Get a large cooler, throw in the corn and add a couple quarts of boiling water... that's it. 30 minutes later the corn was cooked perfectly and ready to eat.
I can't be the only one that has never hear of this. Have any of you tried this? Any other easy kitchen hacks you think a lot of people don't know about?
Last Thanksgiving we showed you how to cook a turkey using thermite. Now that summer is here (and somehow already coming to an end), it's time for something more BBQ-friendly. DIYer Ben Krasnow gathers his family and friends together for some nice beef kebabs. I'm not entirely sure about sticking glove-less hands near molten iron or ingesting something that's been touching said lava.