With the simplest, purest ingredients on earth, Journeyman Distillery is taking a grain to glass approach to making spirits. The Michigan-based distillery organically hand-crafts vodka, gin, whiskey, and rum using organic grain grown by family farmers in the great Midwest.
No one can deny the greasy, golden rods of deliciousness that are McDonald's french fries. The always honest Canadian chain show how how they make their world-famous side.
The Casper mattress is obsessively designed, but it gets covered up most of the time. The Casper sheets let you enjoy the same engineering and aesthetic. Made from super soft Supima cotton, they're crisp and comfortable but also breathable and durable. Fine details like labels on the short sides of the fitted sheet, envelope-closures on the pillowcases, and hidden openings on the corners of the duvet cover make even the process of putting them on a delight. Each set includes flat and fitted sheets, pillowcases, and you can add a duvet cover.
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Filet Mignon is typically the most expensive cut of steak, and for good reason: it's widely considered the best. Three Jerks already made their jerky from 100% filet, resulting in a tender, flavorful treat. Three Jerks Filet Mignon Teriyaki Jerky raises the stakes by introducing Soy Vay Veri Veri Teriyaki to the mix. The resulting snack is gluten, nitrate, and preservative free, with flavors of garlic, ginger, and sesame to go with the rich beef. And since Three Jerks got their start on Kickstarter, they're matching 5% of the funds raised and personally contributing to five other KS campaigns, helping to pay it forward for other entrepreneurs.
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About five years ago, two self-proclaimed superfans set out to create the ultimate Arrested Development documentary. Compiled of interviews from cast, crew, and other superfans, Neil and Jeff are revealing the absolute official, last, and final trailer, just in time for filming of the fourth season. Let's just hope they're not too chicken to set a release date. Coka-coka-coka-coh.
For more than three decades, the $250,000 Sikorsky Prize has been dangling over the head's of engineering students just out of their reach. To claim the prize, you just have to build a human-powered helicopter that can hover at a height of about 10 feet for a full minute while staying inside a 13-foot box. Sounds simple enough, but it's actually a very difficult achievement. NPR visits the University of Maryland to see a team of students who have their eyes on the Sikorsky Prize.