What could possibly make pizza night more fun? Read on to find out – and chow down on the math!
If you eat a large amount of teeny, fingertip-size meals, will you be as full as if you eat a small amount of one giant meal? We don’t know, but we do know that these miniature, to-scale foods are a terrific combination of food, art, and math! Read on to see how one artist took on the giant task of creating small foods.
Waiters in restaurants have a really hard job. They have to ask what you want to eat, tell all of that to the chef, then hurry to bring you your meal on a giant tray of plates and glasses without dropping it all. Can you imagine doing all that while ice skating? Read on to do the math on how tricky waiting while skating can be!
Chocolate is so delicious that it can taste just as good with other foods as it does by itself. Just about anything tastes good when dipped in gooey, melted chocolate. That’s why there’s a whole day dedicated to chocolate-covered anything – and it’s today! Read on to do the chocolatey math.
Today is Gingerbread House Day, when we celebrate buildings you can actually eat. And what better way to celebrate than with breaking a world record? That’s how chef Jon Lovitch decided to celebrate when he built a 1,003-building gingerbread village. With that many houses, the ingredients can get pretty sticky!
If you love apple pie, there’s no such thing as too much of it. At least that’s how people in Maine feel about it. Read on to see how 10,000 apples and 135 volunteers broke a world record.
If there’s a new easy way to bake a cake, boy, are we ready to hear about it. This one is our latest dessert discovery: Cake in a Can, which is exactly what it sounds like. Add some water to canned cake mix and you have a personal cake, in no time at all.
We probably all know we aren’t supposed to stick food to the wall. But that’s exactly what one guy did – to make a giant piece of art about fruit. Read on to see how Roger Rowley used math to play with his food.
With Halloween and Thanksgiving behind us, it’s finally time to say goodbye to pumpkins for the year. And what better way than to make a whole pumpkin patch you can eat? Read on for the pumpkin patch recipe and to do the math!
It’s Thanksgiving, the day when Americans celebrate everything we’re grateful for by eating more food in one meal than we normally eat in 2 days. With all that turkey, stuffing, pumpkin pie, and mountains of other yummy foods on the table, it’s hard to stop eating, especially for Joey Chestnut, who just won a turkey-eating contest.