Anyone hungry? During stop #2 of chef Gabe Kennedy’s Influencer Journey, he spends 12 hours in Durham, North Carolina. He stops for disco brunch at The Durham Hotel, sandwiches at Rose’s Meat Market & Sweet Shop, beers at Ponysaurus Brewing Company, and good old fashioned BBQ at Picnic. Uhm, talk about mouth watering!
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Penguins. Pirates. Steelers. Warhol. Actor Peter Murnik stops by Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to interact with the locals, catch a baseball game, and chow down on some good eats. Follow him on his awesome adventures in the clip above!
OK, HGDIYers, if you’re not hungry now you will be after watching this video! Join on for the ride in this four-minute clip as celebrity chef Gabe Kennedy spends an action-packed 12 hours literally eating his way through Richmond, Virginia. The famous foodie samples banh mi hot dogs at Stroops, oysters and orange butter at […]
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Summer is coming up and everyone’s gearing up getting ready for the beach! So, HGDIY has the perfect video for you to show you the most fast and efficient way to pack your beach bag. From the perfect cover up to the best sun protection, here’s everything you need, just in time for the long […]
Check out this crazy plan to use swallowable origami to fish batteries out of tummies — yes, that’s right — tummies! Kids swallow a lot of batteries. But now MIT researchers are developing swallowable origami to fish the nasty foreign objects out.
Japanese stylist Ryoji Imaizumi turns hair into art with wigs, avant-garde objects, and chopsticks instead of combs. See the “hair magician” at work in the video above!