Picture, if you will, a cold storage unit in Long Island City. Outside it is a grubby wasteland of featureless warehouses and tiny pieces of broken glass, with only a few taped-up signs and a line of suspiciously young and well-dressed people to mark the door. Inside, a man in a cow costume is standing on … Read more
In what is clearly the greatest discovery of the decade, scientists have recently identified the world’s earliest known cheese-making equipment. Apparently, it existed 7,500 years ago and would have tasted something like mozzarella. No word yet on whether primitive deep fryers or marinara sauce were found in the vicinity.