Hidden Valley Ranch Is a Real Place

In the 1950s, a man name Steven Henson (his name had previously been Ken) invented a creamy salad dressing at his ranch in California. He called it his ranch dressing. And that ranch? It was called Hidden Valley Ranch.






Eating 127-Day-Old Steak Aged in Whiskey

What goes better with dry-aged beef than whiskey? This week on The Meat Show, host and professional carnivore Nick Solares is joined by Consumed’s Kat Odell at The Beatrice Inn, a chophouse in New York’s West Village. The pair sample some of chef Angie Mar’s…






Returning From a Year in Space

After a year in space, Scott Kelly and Mikhail Kornienko reunite with their families and begin the long, painful process of readjusting to life on Earth.






Why Women Live Longer Than Men

Evidence strongly suggests that men have, on average, a shorter lifespan than women, but scientists aren’t exactly sure why that is.     Shop at Amazon.com and support Digital Deconstruction






The hippest internet cafe of 1995

The cyber-struggle is real. Vox’s Phil Edwards spoke to one of the founders of @ Cafe, an internet cafe that launched just as the internet was coming into the public eye.