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The decomposition of a pineapple over 2 months

The decomposition of a pineapple over 2 months, time-lapsed by TEMP0NAUT. Watch more decomposition videos.

Circuit Playground: B is for Battery

We love this made-for-kids series of videos, Circuit Playground, by MIT engineer and Adafruit Founder Limor Fried (in the pink hair) and her robot friend ADABOT. For this excellent DIY project — and to find out...

Why does toothpaste change the taste of orange juice?

Easy experiment: Drink orange juice. Brush your teeth. Drink orange juice again. What just happened? From The American Chemical Society, here's a Reactions explanation for why most toothpast...

S’mores + peaches = Smeaches

Smores + peaches. Smeaches!  (Psst! June through August is peach season. Recipe here.)

How to Make Pear and Gorgonzola Crostinis

2 pears, 1/2 cup Gorgonzola, 1/2 cup of butter, 1 baguette and some honey: Pear & Gorgonzola Crostinis

Jiggling fruit on conveyor belts

Fratelli Indelicato is a company in Italy that makes citrus and tropical fruit processing equipment. Their series of demonstration videos gives us a better idea of how food travels from farms...

Elephantine: Pineapple Upside-down Cake

Elephantine's Rachel Ball makes a pineapple upside-down cake, recipe included.

j.viewz playing Teardrop with vegetables

Fruits and veggies + the MaKey MaKey Invention Kit = serious DIY audio fun. J.Viewz, a songwriter, producer, and artist in Brooklyn, demonstrates how a MaKey MaKey turns anything that can condu...

Olive Us: Cider Farm & how apples are “picked” with a tree shaker

The Olive Us sibs (Maude, Olive, Oscar, Ralph, Betty & June) head out to La Galotière in Normandy, France to watch how apples are "picked" on a Cider Farm. File under: tree shaker! In the archives: french baker...

The Cook’s Atelier: Raspberry Tart

Raspberry Tart, another video treat prepared by mother/daughter team Marjorie Taylor and Kendall Smith Franchini of The Cook’s Atelier in Burgundy, France, and filmed by Matt and Julie of Tiger in a Jar. The recipe is...

How to harvest a large bunch of Lady Finger bananas

Greg the Gardener in Queensland, Australia, shows how he harvests a large bunch of almost-ripe Lady Finger bananas. Want to grow your own? SFGate has a quick starter guide for growing the dw...

The NY Sunworks Science Barge & teaching sustainability

Powered by wind turbines, solar panels, and a biodiesel generator, the NY Sunworks Science Barge (now in Yonkers, New York) is a model for energy-efficient, sustainable urban farming. Using a hydroponic system that re...

Elephantine: How to make an Apple Galette

The Apple Galette, a beautifully illustrated how-to video by Rachel Ball of Elephantine. The detailed recipe is at Too Much Food.

The Cook’s Atelier: Farm to table in Burgundy, France

Freshly-picked vegetables from Madame Loichet’s farm, prepared by mother/daughter team Marjorie Taylor and Kendall Smith Franchini of The Cook’s Atelier in Burgundy, France, and f...

From Blossoms to Berries: Growing fruit in the Hudson Valley

Blackberries in the Hudson Valley from a few seasons ago, yet perfect for this time of year. From Blossoms to Berries from the New York Times.  Watch these two How Does It Grow? videos next: Apples and Cranbe...

Sesame Street: Making apple cider

Another classic from Sesame Street: Making apple cider. — ‘Tis the season! Want to pick your own apples, too? Visit PickYourOwn.org to find an orchard in your area.

Everynone: Ball

With images from Google Search and music by J.S. Bach (“Nun Freut Euch”), Everynone and director Daniel Mercadante re-introduce the Ball. via Booooooom.

TED Ed: One is one…or is it?

One is one…or is it? What is 1? Is it a piece of your apple? Is it a whole apple? Is it one bag of apples? Or is it even one tree of apples? Another short from TED-Ed, a lesson by Chri...