iFixit has been taking apart tech-related products for years to educate us of their sweet, sweet innards, and today, they’ve released their Tablet Repairability list which scores a number of tablets based on their ease of repair. According to their [...]
One of the nicest things about buying live crabs instead of lump crab meat is that you get the whole measure of the animal—not only its succulent flesh, but also its creamy innards and the sweet, briny juices that pool in the curve of the shell. My usual procedure is to steam the crab with beer and call it a day. The innards, if you can catch them before they fully congeal, are very good to eat straight from the shell.
While not much to look at on the outside, a brown banana is actually a beautiful thing. It might not be good to eat on its own, but strip away its mottled skin, and its sweet and mushy innards are ideal for using in a multitude of recipes, particularly of the snacking kind.
Pig’s organ soup or “zhu zha tang 猪什汤” has always been one of the dishes in my ultimate go-to list of Singapore comfort food — it brings back fond memories of when my cousins and I were kids, fighting over who gets more pig innards and slurping the last drop of grandma’s peppery sweet broth. Kids fight
Slideshow: How to Clean and Crack Dungeness Crab Sometimes we get crabby when we have to work for our food, but with its sweet, tender innards, cracking a crab is well worth the workout. Make it a family activity, where everyone cracks their own crustacean, for a fun and fulfilling meal that's full of protein!