If you have one handy, there's no end to the possibilities of design, and if you don't, some of these projects might just convince you to pop down to your local grocery store and pick up a few.
This is easily one of the best ice creams I've made (or had!) to date.
There's a certain comfort in a cold glass of ginger ale that I just can't deny.
Sorry, Snoopy: These boozy snow cones aren't for you.
Go rustic with repurposed wood, go industrial with pipes and hardware, go modern with interestingly shaped boxes and bins -- take something you already own, and create a style all your own.
Do you want to eat French onion dip without feeling weird about it?
You can leave the stick on the counter and wait forever (it seems) or you can tempt fate in the microwave and end up with melted butter instead. There is a better, faster way.
Don't you just love getting things on clearance sale? But you know what's even better than that? Finding a treasure on sale and upgrading it, to create the perfect addition to your home.
Add a little extra flair (and function) to your coffee table without breaking the bank.
Chicken is meant to be eaten every way imaginable.
Though this shortcut instantly satisfies our cravings, it wastes a fair amount of valuable fruit. With a practiced hand and a few more seconds, though, you can remove the green cap and the hard white flesh underneath, leaving an intact, beautiful berry.
If you go to the time and trouble of curing and smoking your own bacon, start by procuring a pork belly worthy of your efforts. This means from organic hogs (or hogs raised humanely without hormones or antibiotics).
I know what you're thinking. Jell-O shots? Don't those belong at a sorority party, stuffed stickily inside a fleet of wilting Dixie cups, on a tray resting haphazardly on a beer pong table?
Brands that go beyond participating in the DIY trend to actually shaping it understand that they need to be relevant to multiple areas of people's lives.
Here, DIY Ecto Cooler, plus our own creation: The Roaming Vapor cocktail, named for Slimer's ghost classification.
Amanda shows us a no-frills method for breaking down an avocado in three steps.