Tested: The Best Ways to Sear a Steak!

Summer is here, and it’s time for some food science! We team up with Serious Eats‘ Managing Culinary Director J. Kenji López-Alt (and the author of James Beard Award-winning cookbook The Food Lab: Better Home Cooking Through Science) to test for an ideal way to sear a steak. Adam and Kenji discuss some misconceptions about steak searing, and test four searing methods at different temperatures.

Shot and edited by Adam Isaak

Episode 356 – Back from Down Under – 6/30/16

Sorry for the lack of an episode last week–we were abroad in Australia and New Zealand for some video shoots. In fact, Norm rushes directly to the office from the airport to record this week’s episode with Kishore and Jeremy, sharing some info about the trip and catching up on two weeks worth of technology and pop culture news.

How To Slush Cast a Prop Helmet

This week’s special project is all about casting! We’re in Frank’s shop to show you how to create a hollow resin cast of a helmet using slush casting. Here’s how slush casting compares to other methods, a demonstration of the full process, as well as tips for your own projects!

Shot by Joey Fameli and edited by Adam Isaak
Music by Jinglepunks

Knowledge and Expertise – Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project – 6/28/16

Adam, Norm, and Simone chat about how to approach acquiring new skills and expertise, as well as Simone’s trip to the Shenzhen electronics market. Plus, our thoughts on the Seveneves movie announcement. Place your recommendations for what bits of American culture that Simone should know about in the comments below! (Thanks to TunnelBear for supporting Still Untitled!)