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Video: There's nothing like cracking a cold beer, but what if your six-pack isn't chilled? You've got to find a way to get those brews frosty, lest you face the horror of a lukewarm libation. That's why we're trying a couple of methods to cool your beer quickly.

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Garlic is an indispensable ingredient in all sorts of cuisines, but its tacky, smelly nature makes it a pain to peel and chop. To make your life a little simpler -- and hopefully a little less sticky -- we've rounded up our most popular garlic tips, and given each one a thorough evaluation.

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Video: What a simple pleasure it is to have a drink at the end of the week while the stress of work recedes like the tide. But alcohol -- especially good liquor -- is expensive. Some claim there are simple tricks that can elevate cheap booze to the top of the shelf, so today we're testing a few ways to improve mediocre liquor.

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Perhaps you are a humble college student without the accoutrement of a well-stocked kitchen, and perhaps you just want to make some gosh darn ramen. Can you put your coffee maker to use and make a meal without any other kitchen appliances?

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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.

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Look up "the best way to pack a suitcase," and you'll get at least half a dozen different answers. Some say you should roll your clothes, others recommend folding them, origami-like, into a bundle, while others swear by tools like packing cubes or compression bags. A recent trip gave me the opportunity to test out various packing strategies and determine the most efficient way to pack your clothes.