Michael Desjardin graduated from Emerson College with a degree in media production. He is often a screenwriter, an actor, and a lover of beer and music.
Articles and Reviews by Michael Desjardin
Please tell me this isn't a fountain of ranch dressing
March 23, 2017 – You can now buy a fountain of ranch dressing because we're living in a simulation.
Your cutting board is probably disgusting, so replace it with the best one I've ever used
March 03, 2017 – Of all the cutting boards I've used in my life, this one has risen to the top.
This Smart Frying Pan Tells You When Your Food is Done
December 31, 2015 – Cooking with confidence is as easy as booting up a smartphone app.
Nestlé Plans to Switch to Cage-Free Eggs by 2020
December 28, 2015 – The biggest food company in the world spreads its wings.
F for Fowl: Database Grades Chicken Producers' Ethics
December 09, 2015 – A chicken's life—from the farm to your table—graded and assessed.
How To Choose the Right Type of Cooking Salt
September 02, 2015 – Whether searing, sautéing, or finishing, reach for the right salt.
How to Get a Real Meal Out of Instant Ramen
June 22, 2015 – These are the founding principles of instant ramen modification.
The Cost of a Lab-Grown Burger Has Fallen by 99.9%
April 04, 2015 – Test-tube beef could arrive sooner than we thought.
Now You Can Mail Your Friends a Lone Potato
March 20, 2015 – This business model is a little half-baked.
Miele HR 1956 DF Dual Fuel Range First Impressions Review
January 22, 2015 – This beautiful range is eight years in the making.
Thermador Five Burner Pro Harmony Range First Impressions Review
January 21, 2015 – This professional 30-inch range is big, tough, and accommodating.
Thermador Announces Five Burner Range and Rangetop
January 20, 2015 – Thermador is bringing pro-level cooking to low-ventilating kitchens.