Response to How To Grill The World’s Best Cheeseburger:
If you called this how not to cook cheese burgers you might be right. There’s no wood chips used so the burgers won’t get a lovely smoked flavour. The lid should be on the barbecue when cooking not off to build a nice temperature inside like an oven (also keeps the smoke in). The cheese is not melted as it’s cut too thick because he didn’t use a cheese knife. No one wants to have hot melted cheese on the outside and hard cold cheese in the middle. It should be completely melted. Salt should only be used after cooking as it will draw moisture out of the burger that will evaporate in the BBQ heat.
Response to How 19 Delicious Candies Got Their Names:
Twix has always been Twix in the UK where it was first introduced. Twix sounds like Twigs and that’s exactly what they look like. They were renamed in non English speaking countries until they realised it’s cheaper to have a single worldwide name. Unfortunately we lost our Marathon (Snickers) and Opal Fruits (Star Burst) names.
Response to The 18 Worst Things For Left-Handed People:
In the UK cup holders are on the left as you sit on the right. I’ve never once thought “OMG I can’t pick up a drink with my left hand”. Also our gear stick and handbrake are on the left. Never been a problem.
Response to Top 20 Canceled TV Shows That Should Be Revived:
Flash Forward, was huge in the UK but not so big in the US. Channel 5 in the UK even tried to put up half the money for a second series because it was their highest rated show at the time but to no avail.
Number 3 won’t work. Diapers have a layer that lets moisture in but not back out so your kids butt doesn’t get damp and get a nasty rash. It will actually suck moisture out of your soil until it is full.
Response to More Great/Terrible Local Advertising:
Number 7. If his surname is Roesners the apostrophe is in the correct place. You don’t add the second s when a name ends in s. For example that’s James’ bike.
Response to Here’s How Long Every Kind Of Food Will Keep:
Eggs counter/pantry a few hours. Really? Come to the UK, eggs are kept on unrefrigerated shelves in the supermarket.