The Casper Mattress Is Engineered for Outrageous Comfort

The Casper Mattress Is Engineered for Outrageous Comfort

When you sleep soundly, you feel like you can conquer the world. So what if you could do that every night? You can with the Casper mattress, which has been obsessively engineered for outrageous comfort. The mattress, which is the most awarded mattress of the decade, will deliver the sleep you’ve been desperately craving by combining springy, hypoallergenic latex with high-density memory foam. You can even try the Casper mattress for 100 nights and return it for a full refund if you don’t love it. Plus, Cool Material readers can save $50 on the mattress with code CM50. It’s time to get better sleep.

Where to Eat Pizza

Where to Eat Pizza

We refuse to get into a Jon Stewart rant about the merits of Chicago versus New York style pizza because the simple fact of the matter is that pizza is delicious—regardless of where it's from. Daniel Young—The New York Daily News restaurant critic, author of eight books and r...

The Pizza Book

The Pizza Book

If we're being completely honest, we've only attempted to make pizza from scratch at home a few times. It never came out right. We're experts at pre-heating the oven and cooking someone else's hard work, but we've never been able to get that same quality you'd get by just going t...

The Uuni 2 Cooks a Pizza in Less Than 2 Minutes

The Uuni 2 Cooks a Pizza in Less Than 2 Minutes

Want pizza faster than delivery, pickup or in the oven? How about that taste and crust you can only get from a wood-fired oven? What about pizza when you're camping or enjoying the outdoors? If you answered yes to any of those questions, the Uuni 2 oven is for you. The 22lb stai...

The United States of Pizza Coffee Table Book

The United States of Pizza Coffee Table Book

We're not going to get into a Jon Stewart-esque debate about Chicago versus New York styles of pizza because at the end of the day, all pizza is delicious. If anyone was going to write about The United States of Pizza, it would have to be the guy that Chicago magazine called "a p...