Look What's Cookin'

We should warn you: this cookware carries a dark secret. If you start using it, you might be trapped in another world … because it's so much fun to cook with! See the way we set you up and then added a little twist at the end? That's textbook M. Night Shyamalan. Textbook. It'd make a great movie, too. Let's do lunch. We'll bring the pans and you cook.

Ends on February 1 at 9AM CT

About The Physics Of The Kitchen

Many strange phenomenon are only observed within the confines of a home kitchen. For example, drop a coin, it will fall randomly. But drop a jar top, it will always land with the side that faces the food touching the floor. And don't get us started on using a watched pot to measure infinity. EXPLAIN THAT, SCIENCE, IF YOU CAN!