I've owned this Capresso Infinity Conical Burr Grinder for 10 years or more, and it still runs like a champ. If you're at all serious about grinding coffee at home, a burr grinder is the way to go, especially when making espresso. Blade grinders lacerate the beans, and the size of the grounds varies wildly. Burr grinders do a better job of crushing the beans evenly.
It's been hot for the last couple of months here in Los Angeles and my family is guzzling the iced hibiscus flower tea I've been making. We go through a half gallon a day, and each glass costs about a penny. I make it with this one-pound bag of Feel Good organic dried hibiscus flowers. I… READ THE REST
Once again, this 6-pack of Philips and flathead drivers for small screws is on sale for cheap at Amazon. I have a set and I love them. Here's what you get: 1 flathead 1/16" diameter, 1 3/4" length1 flathead 5/64", 2"1 flathead 3/32", 2 1/4"1 Philips No. 0000, 1 3/4" length1 Philips No. 000, 2"1… READ THE REST
Use code 50IVMU57 at checkout to get this 20V cordless driver/drill (plus an accessory toolkit) for a very low price. I have a Tacklife cordless driver/drill, and I appreciate being able to control the speed with the trigger. It has plenty of torque and runs for months on a single charge. READ THE REST
We're past the point of making stoner jokes every time a cannabis product is mentioned, right? Sure, it's tempting to always reference the munchies or laziness or just start giggling incessantly at the mere mention of marijuana, but we're in a different age now. An age of legalization and CBD and wellness. That said, there… READ THE REST
Last year's Tropical Storm Isaias may not have made landfall as a full-blown hurricane, but it did enough damage along the U.S. East Coast that power was knocked out to over 2 million homes in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut, leaving hundreds of thousands without power for days. Those fears were stoked again earlier… READ THE REST
The debate has raged for decades. Cloth diapers or disposable ones? Convenience or sustainability? Cloth diapers are cheaper, but a whole lot more forgiving on the environment. And then there's the prospect that dyes, gels, and other chemical additives can make disposables downright irritating for some babies. Obviously, the need for diapers will never disappear.… READ THE REST