You don't need a full kitchen to make dinner.
For when microwaving isn't easy enough.
Microwaves aren't easy enough. Not yet.
Keep your bird from being sad and dry.
A simple surgical solution to neater meat
Cooking green vegetables: why sous vide is better
Eat in while staying at the inn.
Like pirates used to do.
Science up an amazing meal, entertain guests, and stay safe and sane.
Sheet-pan salmon, two-minute meatloaf, and six other recipes.
Easy preparation before meals, no dishwashing after.
Cooking is not as scary as it may seem.
We got you.
A look at the latest treatise on how to bake like a scientist
Hunks of meat, baked goods, and veggies all require different defrosting methods.
Deep-frying a turkey can be a delicious Thanksgiving treat—or a deadly conflagration, as our rather dramatic video shows
The power of alkalinity
Let video be your guide.
You season and reseason for a reason.
They may be past their prime, but that doesn't make them useless.
These meats might not be appetizing, but they sure beat the heck out of starving.
You don't have to spend hours in the kitchen to whip up something good.
So many delicious ways to die
Save yourself from stress.
The real sweet science.
Spruce up your relatives' knives when you visit over the holidays
This single-serving dessert takes 60 seconds—and some science.
You can cook a meal even if all you have is the sun
Moisture is the enemy of fried potatoes.
This barbecue season, try cooking with koji.
Add a whiff of cheer.
"Hey Google, Alexa, let's get stuff done."
The best-selling Robosapien toy robots are made to be hacked, so we asked the guy who wrote the book on modding them to create a flame-throwing Robozilla
The kitchen alchemists unleash the power of a familiar plant-derived edible gel
Next week in New York: sub-freezing temperatures
Hit the trail without any extra baggage.
Field & Stream has put together one killer menu for the perfect summer barbecue.
Turn sour old wine into a beautiful holiday gift -- thanks to science
In the May 1967 issue of Popular Science, John Steinbeck argued that "the American passion for moving about in motorized caravans... results in little permanent damage beyond divorce and bankruptcy."
Plus a recipe for turning them into a tasty treat
You might need some booze before you're done—trust us.
Watch the PopSci team try some buggy dishes.
Hit the road with these smart vagabond tips.
Become the colonel of the kitchen.
It's not too late to reverse the damage. See some bold steps any DIYer can take
Inspired by the season, a grill built from a V8 engine, a lawnmower powered by the sun, and setting off fireworks remotely
Maps built from UAV images are transforming everything from anti-poaching efforts to cemetery management
Strategies for chilling out.
For when you just want to make a non-dairy drink by yourself.
How our readers turned hairpins into resistance units, electric fans into potato slicers, and asbestos shingles into hotplates.
Join the Kitchen Alchemists to take a look at the myriad uses of xanthan gum
Just in time for campfire season
Yes, it really does help
It's all about that acid.
How practical for the amateur cook is the massive Modernist Cuisine cookbook? I whirled some peas to find out
The lifecycle of a seasonal delicacy
The Kitchen Alchemy crew turns earthbound cheese into an airy delight
It is the best of what's new.
Go eat in the woods.
Outsource work without leaving your bed.
Q: What is podcasting?
Whether by mail or broadband, the latest new releases are coming straight to your living room
Hang an old laptop in the kitchen or hallway to create a touchscreen Web panel and message center
Motion-triggered monster heads, a witchesâ€™ brew of liquid nitrogen, a projector rigged for fright, and more. Here, our favorite high-tech haunting tricks made easy
A 50,000-volt stun gun and liquid propane canister lets the flames fly
The author creates an ornament—using his barbecue
For an icy drink in under 10 minutes
Make a fresh start.
Plunge downhill as fast as you can.
Earn a little cash from stock photography websites.
It does much more than answering trivia questions.
Built for the big screen.
Stay social without going out.
When the furnace turns on, the risk increases.
A story about plant children to brighten your day.
Ditch your tent and explore a whole new world of comfort.
A team of biohackers is attempting to modify the human sensory spectrum.
Construct a high-def front projector for hundreds less than store-bought models
Step up your video game.
Got a digital video recorder from the cable company? Save more shows on it with a new hard drive
It is equipped with a video camera and a stun gun to keep criminals at bay
DIY digital timepiece can be programmed to the Mars second.
The NYC Makers show puts artists and DIY-ers in the spotlight.
What candy can teach us about wrapping perfectly round objects
The revolution is already here
"OK Google, help me out!"
No matter what's bothering you about them.
This holiday season, help save the planet.
Don't waste time hunting down content.
Tips for filing without feeling overwhelmed.
But we admit "Wolfram Alpha-ing" isn't as easy to say as "googling."
Colin Cook didn't let an amputated leg stop him
It would be so much easier to just...leave them.
An easy intro to robot-making.
The power to quick-freeze foods with liquid nitrogen opens up exciting new horizons in the kitchen