Top Stories Home
- Watch 30 Popular Life Hacks Get Put To The Test
- Deliveroo Review: A Primo Takeaway Service For Time-Poor Foodies
- McDonald's Is Selling Big Mac Special Sauce In 500ml Bottles Today
- How To Make Microwaveable Meals-In-A-Mug For Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner
- The Trends We Saw At CES This Year That Will Matter In 2016
- Australian Government To Investigate Hoverboards, More May Be Recalled
You can complain about it all you want, but it’s a fact: some fast food is delicious. The US has become the holy land for delectable fast food and many famous franchises have yet to hit Australian shores. But recreating some of the most iconic American fast foods is easier than you’d think and it gets a whole lot better with fresher, tastier ingredients. Here’s our seven ten favorite American fast food recipes that you can make at home.
Smoothies can be an easy, quick, healthy meal — especially if you portion out your ingredients beforehand — but they don’t always keep you full. A dash of rolled oats before you turn on the blender will make your smoothies heartier and more filling.
Video: There are some really nice cameras out there that are incredibly small, and that can be frustrating if you have big hands. This DIY camera grip makes shooting a tiny camera feel more like shooting a chunky DSLR, and acts as a stand so you can set your camera anywhere without any fear of damaging it.
Video: What do you do when you have a lovely bottle of wine but your corkscrew has gone missing? When teetotaling is not an option, there are countless unconventional ways that people claim you can open a bottle of wine. We put them to the test.
You get told a lot of things throughout your life. Everybody has a few nuggets of ‘facts’ they would like to share with you. Many of them relates to how to prepare and store edible goods to avoid food poisoning. Australia’s government agency for scientific research CSIRO is aware of this and has decided to use science to debunk five prevailing food safety myths.
A roasting rack is essential for cooking turkeys, roasts and other large cuts of meat all the way through. If you don’t have one in your kitchen’s arsenal, you can throw one together with some stove grates and aluminium foil.
If your house is anything like mine, it could probably pass for one of the sets to Animal House. (I blame the rug rats.) This can be problematic when you’re expecting house guests at short notice — there’s only so much junk and mess you can sweep under the rug. This infographic from rental site Wimdu explains how to make your home fit for a queen when time is in short supply.