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Nov 09, 2011

How to: Make Momofuku's Famous "Cereal Milk"

created at: 11/09/2011

David Chang is likely the number one chef-people-have-heard-of that doesn't have a T.V. show. (Probably used to be Eric Ripert, but now he travels and goes fishing and stuff on PBS) Chang's series of East Village and (now) elsewhere Momofuku series of restaurants are as notorious for their reconceptualizing of fine dining as for a series of breakthrough dishes - those infamous pork buns, akaline noodles swimming in bacon dashi, oysters with kimchi puree, and perhaps the most amazing dessert that everyone knows about but only the Momofuku geniuses thought to make - cereal milk.

Chang's pastry chef, Christina Tosi, just released her new cookbook, Momofuku Milk Bar, and paid a visit to Conan O'Brian earlier this week, showing the host how to make Lucky Charms infused milk, and then turned it into a Cereal Milk White Russian Milkshake. 

Yep, you read… read more

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Nov 09, 2011

Blow My Mindsday: November 9, 2011

created at: 04/17/2013

Each Wednesday, I post some of my favorite can't-miss links, images, and otherwise mindblowing goodies from across the web.

Not sure what you'd have to do to ketchup to allow it to cycle through the pumps of a food fountain, but I think this is the best and worse… read more

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Nov 08, 2011

The 8 Worst Fonts in the World

created at: 11/08/2011

Fast Company recently published an excerpt from Simon Garfield's Just My Typeon the eight worst fonts in the world. The piece is notable not only for the actual list, but its very interesting research, and pretty hilarious commentary, such as this concerning… read more

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Nov 08, 2011

A New Kind of November Calendar

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Nov 08, 2011

The Diabolical Diagram of Movie Monsters

created at: 11/08/2011

Pop Chart Labs, the great design firm/culture scholars that brought us The Many Varieties of Beer and The Splendiferous Array of Culinary Tools, have released their latest intensely researched poster - The Diabolical Diagram of Movieread more

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Nov 08, 2011

Hobo Folk Art: Bottle Cap Basket

created at: 11/07/2011

In the late 1800's and early 1900's, there was a wondeful subculture of folks hitching rides on trains and bartering for food with inventive crafts and works of art. Some people call this genre of art "tramp art" or "hobo art", but I like to call it "freakin'… read more

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Nov 07, 2011

How to: Make DIY Bottled Carbonated Cocktails

Some evenings are the sort of evenings for mixing cocktails. Grab your shaker, fill with ice, and make a big deal out of the whole thing. But then there are the other nights where you just wanna grab something out of the fridge, and have it ready to go.
And unless you're okay with Mike's Hard Whatever nastiness or a sacchrine pink wine cooler, your go-to beverage is likely a beer. Unless of course, you've whipped up some bottled cocktails, and stocked your fridge for occassions such as… read more
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Nov 07, 2011

25 Basic Rules of Men's Fashion

created at: 11/07/2011

There are all kinds of men's fashion articles out there - such as which sportcoat or blazer to own if you're only gonna buy one, the most versatile shirts to own, and ten classic pairs of boots for any season. But, those are all based about specific items of clothing, or shopping advice on how to look sharp. Which are great, but what about some more basic knowledge about how to avoid looking goofy, or how to wear what you already own to its… read more

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Nov 07, 2011

Cool Site of the Day: Bohemian Rhapsicord Turns "Bohemian Rhapsody" Into a Playable Instrument

created at: 11/07/2011

While the image above works as a pretty amazing piece of digital art on its own, its actually the entire five minutes and fifty-eight seconds of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" mapped out into playable component parts.

It's cleverly dubbed "Bohemian… read more

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Nov 07, 2011

DIY Furniture: An Awesomely Inspiring How-To Book

created at: 11/06/2011

I don't buy a lot of how-to books these days. It's not that I dislike reading, but rather I tend to go to web for most of my instructional needs. Sometimes, however, I come across a book that looks so amazing that I just need to get it. That's how I felt when I discovered DIY Furniture: A Step-by-Step Guide by Christopher Stuart. It's now at the top of my reading list; I plan on ordering a copy… read more

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