Summer isn't summer unless you've eaten 1kg of hot mayonnaise and splashed some cold salt water on your genitals.
Planning a summer barbecue but unsure how to best alienate your loved ones? We have the guide for you.
As winter goes on and your much loved woolies start to emulate your regular diet and exercise plan by falling apart, why not fill in some spare time by replacing them with your own warm creations? Adalya Nash Hussein explains how.
Crikey was particularly taken with a leaked 26-page Pentagon recipe for baking soldiers' brownies, so we asked Nicole Eckersley to make them and write it up. One sex shop visit later, this is her story.
There isn’t a much more focused, or masculine, way to start the day than shaving with a straight razor. Try it, says Mark Andrews.
Need to snare that great job or scoop interview? Copyblogger has six simple but smart tips for making your emails stand out from the pack, so they get read and get a response.
Leaf playing. It's a valuable life skill, one I learned only recently, and one that I'm sure Crikey's readers will find as useful as I did, writes Nicole Eckersley.
Britain's hung parliament presents a big challenge for journalists. Experienced hack Charlie Beckett explains how journos can report impartially and proportionately on a hung parliament, without getting too dull and wonky.