Jul 272015
Robot Cooks Breakfast Egg Sandwich

Sure we all have mini-computers in our pockets that instantly connects us to the world’s most vast network in human history, but sometimes it still feels like we’re living in the present. Well no more. Now, we have finally made it to the future. How so? Because the Yaskawa Motoman SDA10 Dual Arm Robot can cook and put together an egg breakfast sandwich. That looks delicious. 


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Jul 252015
Guy’s Home Security Camera Captures The Moment His Cat Jumped Into His Dinner

Jeremy Husted has a Canary security camera setup in his house for peace of mind. But it also captures hilarious moments in life that would otherwise go unnoticed. While making himself dinner, he left a plate of chicken on the counter. That’s when his Canary camera captured his cat jumping from the kitchen cabinets onto his dinner. 

As he leans over his food in contemplation, you can just hear him talking to himself. “Am I hungry enough to eat food that my cat jumped in?”

This hilarious video has gone viral with over 750,000 hits!


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Jul 202015
John Oliver Discusses Food Waste

As Americans, we are blessed with an abundance of food. We arguably have the access to more food now than at any time in history. But with all that food comes food waste. A lot of it!

John Oliver explains just how serious food waste is in America on this week’s segment of Last Week Tonight.


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Jul 192015
Kid Eats Super Hot Pepper And Immediately Regrets It

The are lots of videos of people eating hot peppers on the Internet. Pikachu The Pokemon from Ireland decided he wanted to give it ago, so he got his hands on a Carolina Reeper, one of the hottest peppers in the world. At first it was hot, “but just about manageable.” But then the heat grew and grew. There’s no escape! This video has gone viral this weekend with over 900,000 hits!


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Jul 092015
Kids Taste Test Kimchi For The First Time

Kimchi is basically the South Korean version of American ketchup. Kimchi is served with nearly everything in South Korean cuisine. The popular dish made of cabbage that is fermented with salt, garlic, and hot peppers is also an acquired taste. So how will kids react to such a strongly flavored foreign dish? The Fine Brothers find out in this adorable taste test


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