While the rising tide of pumpkin brews may be a modern phenomenon, brewing beer with pumpkins is as old as the U.S. itself. For colonials, the pumpkin was not used for flavor, but as a source of fermentable sugar.
They're both white powders. They're both used in baking. Both substances are leavening agents, substances that release gas bubbles and puff up dough so it's fluffy instead of flat. Both have the same look and texture, but they are used differently.
The tiny Lone Star tick can succeed where countless health experts and diet planners have failed – this bug has the power to put people off red meat! The tick isn’t vegetarian itself, but it sure can turn you into one for life.
From the conservative senator who posted nude selfies on Grinder to the anti-gay evangelist who insisted teenage boys call him "daddy," check out these stories of men who didn't practice what they preached.
Odd news from Belgium says that, soon enough, the country's city of Bruges will be home to an underground beer pipeline. That's right, this city will build a pipeline just like the ones that bring water to our homes, and use it to carry beer.
Several years ago, retired military officer Guan Baihua invented what may be the ultimate geometry geek bicycle. The front wheel is a pentagonal curve, and the back wheel is a reuleaux triangle (a triangular curve).
Talk about getting carried away. A San Francisco woman faces charges of assault with a deadly weapon and misdemeanor hit and run after she allegedly struck a traffic officer who was issuing her a citation, then drove 12 blocks with the man on...
Vasily Klyukin is the Monaco-based Russian co-owner of Sovcombank, a Russian commercial bank. He is also, if these sketches of his latest architecture project are anything to go by, a little insane. Read more...
If you're one of those people who cannot even stand the thought of having others touch their eyeballs, let alone stick needles in them, then you should probably stop reading this article right about now.