A fascinating look inside 36 people's refrigerators. Read the captions.
Will that hot dog kill me? More on confusing "natural" nitrate meat labels. (You can read my notes on nitrates here.)
A new food journal from McSweeney's, Peter Meehan and David Chang.
One hell of a bullshit job.
The U.S. military has a $20 billion air conditioning bill for Iraq and Afghanistan. Here's why:
Free-standing tents equipped with air conditioners in 125 degree heat require a lot of fuel. To power an air conditioner at a remote outpost in land-locked Afghanistan, a gallon of fuel has to be shipped into Karachi, Pakistan, then driven 800 miles over 18 days to Afghanistan on roads that are sometimes little more than “improved goat trails,” Anderson says. He calculates more than 1,000 troops have died in fuel convoys, which remain prime targets for attack.