Perhaps you've put food in a ziplok baggie. Perhaps you've tried to leave open just enough of a gap to push out almost enough air to consider it truly sealed. Perhaps, like me, you've even sucked out the last air through that gap, creating a genuine vacuum while filling your mouth with delicious, cold poultry slime. Here's how to do the same thing without risk of becoming a campylobacter campsite! All you need is a plastic tub or pot of water.
Artist Marija Tiurina created this tasty backgammon set by repurposing a fancy Jaques London set to look like meat:
It's $18 from Gamiss, perfect for your next BBQ. (via Crazy Abalone)
Argyle, New York. The stench of death descended upon this small upstate village, about halfway between the Hudson and Vermont, earlier this fall. It took until now for locals to find the source: a cache of moose bits… … strewn just off the road, some parts dragged to nearby parts of a field by predators. […]
We live during a time where cyberattacks regularly make news headlines, so it should come as no surprise that cybersecurity professionals are experiencing a surge in demand at even the entry level, making now the ideal time to learn the tools of the trade if you’re considering a career switch. The 2018 Supercharged Cybersecurity Bundle offers […]
It’s no secret that companies are eager to hire new project managers and pay them hefty salaries to ensure their initiatives make it from A to B. However, demand alone isn’t quite enough to get your foot in the door as a project manager these days. Without the right certifications, companies will have a hard time […]
Whether you’re looking to switch careers or advance in the one you’re in, chances are you’re going to need to add some new skills to your repertoire before you can make your move. While going back to school is certainly an option, Virtual Training Company makes it possible for users to acquire new skills in […]