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How to Wash Wine Glasses in your Dishwasher!


I know every time I drink wine, cleaning your wine glasses the day after can become a time-consuming chore, especially if the wine dries out and leaves wine stains that you will have to scrub hard.

Well, what if you could wash your wine glasses in your dishwasher?

You can with this Wine Tether device, the inventor is trying to get some more people involved, you can order it on pre-sale for $12.99 at Quirky.

Washing your wine glasses can be risky business, especially when you‚

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How to Strip Corn Kernels!


For those of you wondering how to strip corn kernels easily and quickly, there’s a Corn Kerneler you can get which automates the process. ¬†This device removes the corn kernels in one sweeping motion so you can focus on eating, not stripping.

Now you can get your own corn kernels, fresh off real corns.

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DIY Automated Home Brewery Robot!


Can you imagine being able to brew your own beer at home at the touch of a button?  And instead doing actual grunt work you get to enjoy your DIY automated home brewery robot get to work while you drink a sip of the last batch you made?

That’s exactly what this guy did, watch video after the break.

Now, if I can only figure out how to implement this for my Korean rice wine, that would put a big smile on my face ’till the day I die.

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How to Make Korean Rice Wine, Makkoli!


Did you know that Korean rice wine called “Makkoli”, has 100 times more good bacteria (Lactobacillus) than yogurt for the same amount of serving?

It is probably the healthiest alcoholic drink in the world and many old timers who live long in Korea point to makkoli as one of the reasons why they are still healthy at the age of 90 or 100.

Also, it can be used as medicine for people with stomach aches. Amazing?

I’ve been guilty of drinking this healthy beverage for the last few years and 6 months ago I started making some from my home instead of

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Pizza DIY – How to Make Hawaiian Pizza!


Last night, I had the pleasure of making my best, ever Hawaiian pizza ever. ¬†My favorite Hawaiian pizza is the one from Round Table called “Maui Zaui”. ¬†I have been trying to replicate the taste for months but last time I realized several ingredients that needed to be added: bacon pieces and also chopped green onions/tomatoes.

Another taste factor I realized was that you don

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Top 5 Video Tutorials on How to Make a Gingerbread House!

You know Christmas is only 2 weeks away exactly as of today and why would want to not miss out on all the fun building a gingerbread house with your kids.

I know, it’s the holidays and you are finishing up some important work at the office but you should realize that a gingerbread house isn’t all that hard to make, that is if you know how.

For those of you who don’t like instructions like myself but you want to learn, here’s the Top 5 YouTube videos that will teach you in less than 5 minutes:

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Eating Live Octopus in Korea!


Well, 2 weeks back I went back to Seoul, Korea where I grew up for the first time in 5 years.  Anyways, the main reason I went back is because I miss eating this live octopus.

Hey, at least I took some photos and videos to show you guys even if you don’t understand.

I’ve also started a new site called that details the real life in Korea. Check it out as I just launched the site an hour ago, I’ve got a ton of videos to render now.

When I arrived in Korea, my mom asked me

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How to Lower Cholesterol and Chances of Heart Attack with Natto!


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For those of you who want to seriously lower your cholesterol and chances of heart attack, let me give you my personal suggestion, try eating some natto everyday.

Natto is Japanese fermented beans that can be eaten with rice.  For people new to it, you might actually not like the taste but once you acquire a taste for it, you will love it.

My dad used to be a foreign exchange student in Japan in the early 70s and he’s been eating natto for as long

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Macbook Cutting Board!


I am an avid cook who is in dire need of a better cutting board. ¬†Well, this Macbook Cutting Board actually looks pretty decent to me, it’s an exact replica of a Macbook with wood, perfect for any kitchen.

You can pick up yours for 61 Euros here.

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Food Hack – How to Make Beef Sisig!


Earlier this year, my best friend (who’s a plumber in San Francisco) took me to my first Filipino restaurant. ¬† And of course, since I am Korean American and I love spicy beef, I fell in love with the Sisig dish, which is basically chopped up pork with sliced onions and jalapeno peppers.

I just loved how this sisig dish tasted and started making my own sisig dish at

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