Cover Art By: Britt Spencer
Featured in this Issue
Can you make noodles out of eggplant? Turns out you can. Alton Brown shows you how.
We are a restless nation of tinkerers and doers, a people with an unparalleled passion to produce something new, but can such an explosion of creativity continue?
Fishing has changed monumentally since the days when standard fare was a bamboo pole with a worm-baited line tossed into the water, “a jerk on one end of the line waiting for a jerk on the other,” as the sport has been playfully described.
Given the pace of innovation, why can’t anyone figure out how to invent a fitted sheet that folds itself?
The Post salutes the past, present, and future innovations that shape the way we live, work, and play.
The innovators we profile here hail from a wide variety of fields, but they have a few key attributes in common: a burning curiosity about the world; an unusual willingness to implement new concepts and ideas; and an unrelenting work ethic that enables them to turn mistakes into successes.
In the spirit of the Post’s “American Ingenuity” issue, we caught up with the Food Network’s celebrity pioneer filmmaker to discover the formula for making Good Eats.
Are vaccines the answer to cancer? The Post investigates.