Jeremy Glass is a copywriter, creative strategist and freelance writer living in the objectively uncool part of Brooklyn. Read his work on Thrillist, The New York Times, GQ, Men's Health, or his shotty personal site. When Jeremy's not busy eating olives straight out of the jar, you can find him lounging in his apartment drawing pictures of his 10-pound ChiWeenie and extremely pregnant wife. Some say if you follow him on Twitter, he will personally send you a check for $48 dollars. It's worth a shot. Who's gonna stop you? The cops? @CandyandPizza

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You love your Chrome browser bookmarks but your computer is on the verge of dying. Is there any way you can save them so they appear on your new computer?

By Jeremy Glass

If you're trying to simplify your social media life and want to end your relationship with Instagram, here's how to delete your account.

By Jeremy Glass

Are you a fan of AirPods but still have to work on a PC? No problem. We'll tell you how to connect the two in just a few steps.

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Who needs a second monitor if you can have two screens going on the display right in front of you?

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It's a "controversial" condiment if there ever was one. But what is liquid smoke anyway and why do some people hate the stuff?

By Jeremy Glass

Are you ready to break free from Netflix? We'll tell you exactly how.

By Jeremy Glass

The already heated chicken sandwich wars just keeps getting hotter. Will a winner ever emerge in this fast food fight?

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Ah, food. It's different all over the world, and what's strange to you is totally mundane to someone else. Come along as we discover some interesting breakfast options from around the globe.

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Aaaah ... peanut butter. For some, it's a staple food. But how much butter is there in a tablespoon of the stuff?

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Had enough of the Twitterverse? Here's how to delete your account.

By Jeremy Glass

Not only does LEGO think "Everything Is Awesome," but it also thinks "Everyone Is Awesome", too. And its newest set is designed to celebrate the diversity of all LEGO fans, including those in the LGBTQIA+ community.

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We're told to change our computer passwords often, but sometimes it can be a hassle to remember how to do it. Here are some easy instructions for changing your Gmail password.

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The apparel industry is one of the most profound polluters in the world, but there are some companies trying to make up for it and create a sustainable fashion future. Here are 10 of the good guys.

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This banana chicken casserole defined Swedish cuisine in the 1970s and is still a beloved classic today.

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Originally created for England's King George IV, A.1. sauce is still beloved by connoisseurs all over the world, though it isn't just for steak anymore.

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The Swedish tradition called Lördagsgodis is a celebration of all things sugary – and it happens every single weekend.

By Jeremy Glass

Amateur mycologists abound and do-it-yourself mushroom growing kits are all the worldwide rage today. Find out how you too can get started growing your own edible mushrooms.

By Jeremy Glass

The pressure cooker has been around for years, but its pride of place in the kitchen is being usurped by the new kid in town, the Instant Pot. So, what is the difference?

By Jeremy Glass

You may be a huge fan of Dairy Queen's Blizzard treat, but this may be news to you: That frozen stuff isn't ice cream. In fact Dairy Queen doesn't sell ice cream at all.

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Canada has given the world many sweet inventions and treats, from baseball bats to poutine, but the Nanaimo bar may just be one of Canada's best-kept secrets.

By Jeremy Glass

In the 1,400 years since the pretzel was invented, bakers have come up with a wide variety of shapes and flavors. These fun facts show how adaptable and versatile this twisted snack truly is.

By Jeremy Glass

Uh-oh! The boba supply chain is the latest to dry up during the pandemic, and that's bad news for those of us fond of the delicious Taiwanese tea-based drink.

By Jeremy Glass

It is raw beef, after all, so there's a natural tendency to shy away from eating steak tartare. But don't be afraid. You can eat it.

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Pomelos are the largest — and one of the oldest — fruits of the citrus family. They're native to southeastern Asia and are chock full of nutritional benefits.

By Jeremy Glass

Beef jerky has been around for hundreds of years, and these days there are lots of options that aren't beef-based, like soy-based jerky, vegan mushroom jerky and the unusually delicious coconut jerky.

By Jeremy Glass