If you're keen to learn how to make bread, or are just really into baked goods, The Bread & Butter Project book is a worthy purchase for a couple of reasons.
We've all dreamt of leading a simpler life at one point or another. But for most of us, the desire for a quiet life in the countryside versus the rush of city living stays just that: a desire.
Remember that childhood fantasy where you spend your adult years making video games? It just came true with this DIY gamer kit.
Cutlery drawer not as bespoke as it could be? Set yourself apart from the mass-produced spoon-faring crowd by carving your own.
Two brothers have invented the home-brew world's answer to the bread maker: a magical beer-making machine.
The name says it all really – rather than choosing a pre-designed boot from the shelf, Belmore Bootmakers are inviting you to make your own.
After a measley week on the water, Samuel Shelley decided to cut his losses, smoke an Aussie salmon and put it in a bagel. Here's how you can make it too –bagel and all.
Sadly not all bush tucker can be cooked on the end of a stick. For every camp meal that doesn’t involve burning marshmallows over a fire there’s the pyramid wood stove.
As anyone who’s ever tried to grow vegetables on their windowsill will tell you, growing vegetables on windowsills doesn’t really work. But add a couple of solar panels and some simple(ish) hydroponics, and things start to change.
A few weeks back, Sesame Street showed us how crayons were made. Now, they explain how saxophones become saxophones. And the answer is crazy jazz.
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