Jeremy Glass

Contributing Writer

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

Recent Contributions

How to Delete a Gmail Account

Deleting a Gmail account is pretty easy. The hard part is making the decision and deciding what data to download.

How to Connect AirPods to a Mac

Connecting your AirPods to your Mac is a simple process. Here's how to do it.

How to Clean a Microwave

Is your crusted-up, dirty microwave about to make you lose your lunch? Here's how to clean it.

How to Make a Milkshake

With some ice cream and a little know-how, you can make a delicious milkshake right in your own kitchen.

How to Store Potatoes

Potatoes can be stored for a long period of time if they are stored correctly. Here's how to lengthen the shelf life of your spuds.

How to Clean an Oven

A clean oven not only looks nice; it can also mean fewer harmful fumes in your kitchen. Here's how to do it easily.

How to Make Scrambled Eggs

Scrambled eggs can't be beat for a quick and easy breakfast, lunch or even dinner.

How Much Butter Is in Peanut Butter?

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

How to Roast a Chicken

Roasted chicken is a simple dish that can be tough to execute. We'll show you how to do it properly.

Manischewitz: The Great History of the Not-so-great Wine

This syrupy sweet wine is synonymous with Passover and other Jewish holidays. So why is it popular with so many people outside the Jewish community as well?

Is Wagyu Really Better Beef?

Wagyu is among the most expensive types of beef in the world, but is it really better beef and, if so, why?

How to Cut a Watermelon

Yeah, anybody can hack up a watermelon, but what's the best way to cut one into presentable, uniform slices without cutting off your fingers at the same time?

How to Clean a Cast-Iron Skillet

Despite what you may have heard, it's pretty easy to clean a cast-iron skillet. We'll show you how.

Without Frank's RedHot There'd Be No Buffalo Wings

You read that right. Frank's RedHot is the reason we now eat chicken wings. So what's the backstory? We'll tell you.

How to Boil Corn

It's so easy to make boiled corn. All you need to make great corn is a pot of water and some salt.

Is Oat Milk Really the Best Milk?

There's really no shortage when it comes to milk alternatives. But oat milk seems to stand out. Why is it so hot right now? And how do you make it?

Dishing It Up: History of the Green Bean Casserole

Green bean casserole is a staple at many Thanksgiving dinner tables. But who developed this recipe that has become such a holiday classic?

How to Soften Butter

Butter is the ultimate ingredient for baked goods. But soft butter is even better. Here's how to get it.

How to Tell If Eggs Are Bad

Eggs might just be nature's perfect food. If they're fresh that is. We'll tell you how to know.

It's 2020. Of Course the McRib Is Back

McDonald's cult-favorite sandwich is back on the menu. But what in the world is it anyway?