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How To: Butcher a pig

In this twelve part (graphic) video tutorial, see how an enormous pig is butchered and taken apart for eating. Butcher Dave Meli from the Healthy Butcher breaks the hog carcass into primal cuts, then goes from there, making useful every part of the pig possible.

How To: Butcher a beef carcass

A cow is enormous... Hence why this video on how to butcher a beef carcass (from start to finish) had to be broken up into 13 parts. This butchering process is designed to not waste an ounce of meat and utilize every part of the carcass. Warning! These videos are not for queezy stomachs!

How To: Butcher a deer

The head chef of Game for Everything, Mark Gilchrist, gives a very detailed demonstration of how to butcher and prepare a deer. He goes in depth on each cut of the animal and which parts are best for cooking.

How To: Butcher a pig

In this video, we learn how to butcher a pig with Chef Dave. From the top, you will see the pork shoulder, the ribs, then the ham, the loin, the belly, lard, kidney, and then the leg of pork. If you touch the fat on this pig, you will notice that the fat is very firm, not soft. Usually, the head does not come with the pig because it's not in high demand and butcher's don't want to pay for something that the customers don't want. There is also a kidney that will come with the pig, but there wi...

How To: Butcher a deer at home

In this four-part butchering tutorial, learn how to break a deer carcass down to prepare for processing at home. Tools & preparation are gone over, as well as where to start and finish piecing the deer apart. Just think, once finally through the long process you can enjoy yummy venison dishes like venison straganoff or venison goulash!

How To: Butcher & cook rabbit cacciatore

Check out this two-part series. It's not for the faint of heart. In the first part, executive chef Sean Rembold of Marlow & Sons walks you through butchering a rabbit. In the second part, he shows you how to make a delicious, mouth-watering rabbit cacciatore with creamy polenta. Get out your knives and get ready to make dinner!

How To: Defeat the Butcher in Shank on the Xbox 360

Here he is, The Butcher, the guy who left you for dead and took your girl to do unimaginable things to her! (Even if you could find out, would you really want to?) If The Butcher is chopping your meat and leaving you tender, then you might need to watch tis video to dump him in the meat grinder! In this video you'll learn the strategy and the patterns needed to finish this Butcher off for good!

How To: Get the best hamburger meat

The best hamburgers come from fresh meat. A good hamburger needs a little bit of fat. You need at least 10 or 15 percent of fat. It's important to grind at least twice—to mix the fat and meat evenly. The difference between going to a good butcher and the supermarket is that you get fresh beef—not the boxed pre-butchered meat.

How To: Hone a knife from a pro

Taylor Erkkinen, co-owner of the Brooklyn Kitchen, shows how to properly hone a knife Hold a butcher steel vertically. Place it on a towel on a flat surface in order to anchor and hold it in place. Most knifes are sharpened to 20 degrees. To find this angle, hold the knife perpendicularly to the butcher steel--this is 90 degrees. Reducing to half that angle is 45 degrees, and half of that angle is 22 degrees. Pass the knife equally on each side of the butcher steel, making sure you run all th...

How To: Install a butcher block kitchen countertop

Butcher-block kitchen countertops have traditionally been very popular and these days are often used as companion tops with other materials, such as solid-surface tops. In addition to their aesthetic appearance, they can receive hot pans without damage. You can make up your own butcher-block countertop, or the same technique can be used to create cutting boards, or a top for a roll-around cart. The steps in creating the top are fairly easy, but the project does require some special tools, esp...

How To: Get your heart torn out with film effects

In this video we learn how to get your heart torn out with film effects. First, go to the butcher's section of your market and find a gross piece of meat. Then, cut a hole in your shirt and grab some fake plastic blood. Soak the meat in the blood and then place it into the shirt. Have one of your actors push their hand into the shirt and act like they are tearing a heart out. After you do this, have the other actor act like they are in severe pain. This will finish our your heart torn out fil...

How To: Easily crack a coconut

You will need a butcher's knife to crack the coconut. Notice the coconut has a seam in between the two "eyes" of the coconut. Hold it over a bowl with the seam running lengthwise along your palm. One tip should be facing you, and the other should face away from you. Take the knife in and strike the center of the coconut several times, while turning the coconut in your hand. It coconut will crack open neatly. If you follow the steps in this video, you should be able to crack a coconut easily.

How To: Cook pig's head

Chris Cosentino, executive chef of Incanto and founder of Boccalone, loves to use cuts of offal in his cuisine. Here, Chris uses a razor, a blowtorch, and a carving knife to butcher a whole pig’s head, which he uses to make porchetta di testa (a salami made from the meat and skin from a pig’s head). Squeamish viewers beware: It gets graphic.

How To: Clean a deer

Planning a hunting trip sometime soon? Become a hardcore hunter by killing & cleaning your game out in the wild. In this two-part tutorial, learn how to clean (or butcher) a deer when camping outdoors.

How To: Cook spicy sheeps testicles

Yes, it does not sound very nice and cutting the testicles is not very pleasant, but this dish is a delight and the taste is fantastic. Get down to the butcher & get cooking. Sheep's testicles is said to taste similar to liver. They are a delicacy in most of the non-western world.

How To: Debone a leg of lamb

Le Gourmet Tv takes you behind the scenes at a butcher shop where we have a leg of lamb deboned and wrapped for the BBQ. An expert butcher shows the different parts of a lamb as he prepares, splits, and gets it ready for sale. It might be a little tricky to debone a leg of lamb at home, but with the right tools, anything is possible. Watch this video cooking tutorial and find out how to debone a leg of lamb.

How To: Flush the lines on a Delta kitchen faucet to stop unwanted noises

One of the main causes of noise in a kitchen faucet (when turned on or off) is from obstructed lines. And the only way to stop the noise is by flushing them. Lowe's brings you this video from Delta on just that: flushing your Delta kitchen faucet to silence the noise. You'll need a cloth, towel, 1/8" allen wrench, adjustable wrench, bucket or mixing bowl, white vinegar, channel lock pliers, screwdriver and an extra set of hands.

How To: Transplant a cactus

The narrator introduces Patrick Quirk as the horticultural expert to whom is going to demonstrate how to safety transplant a cactus. Patrick highlights the ease of doing this if we use the right tools. Patrick recommends using an old garden hose and 2 types of tongs as part of his tools. Safety is paramount to us and to the plant. Cactus need to have is roots loosen and dried, which it different to other plants. It is important to keep the same soil level as you previously had. Patrick finish...

How To: Fix garbage disposal jams without a plumber

In this video you are shown how to fix garbage disposal jams. Jams or electrical surges in your garbage disposal may make it appear that it is no longer working which is in fact not the case. Many people buy whole new units when that is unnecessary. If your garbage disposal jams, you can take a jam buster, which is basically an Allen wrench, and insert it into the small hole in the center of the bottom of your disposal. Twist until the jam, or whatever is obstructing your disposal, is broken....

How To: Portion a beef tenderloin

BBQTalk shows how to properly portion a whole beef tenderloin. Your beef tenderloin may come already trimmed, but you may have to trim away most of the sinewy silver skin and outside fat yourself. After cutting away the fat and silver skin, a lengthwise natural cut called the cap will be revealed. This cut should come away by hand easily with minimal cutting. This cut is ideal for beef tips and stir frying after trimming. Turn the tenderloin over and trim away any extra fat or silver skin on ...

How To: Make an oversized book bag

Forget about spending too much money at a retail store for a new bookbag when you can make your own! Go back to school in style - your own personalized style - by making your very own purse to carry your books in. Use fabrics & accessories to customize your book bag to fit your style. Materials you will need to complete this bookbag include:

How To: Ride a BMX bicycle with the basics

This tutorial segment is from the old "Basics" video by Transworld RIDEbmx. From bunnyhops to 180s to feeble grinds to basic grinds on the bike, the Gonz and Butcher guide you along to learning the building blocks of street riding. Learn how to ride a BMX bicycle with the basics! You'll even learn how to do the bar spin trick on your bicycle. These are the basics to street bike riding my friends.

How To: Hit a golf ball on a bad lie

If your ball has landed on a less than ideal spot to hit from, check out this tutorial. in this video you will learn how to hit a golf ball on a 'bad lie'. A bad lie is when your ball gets stuck on leaves or debris that would obstruct your swing. Hitting a golf ball on a bad lie means getting rid of any debris surrounding the ball without touching the ball. Learn about how each situation is unique when hitting golf balls on bad lies in this instructional video. Fix the lies and you will be on...

How To: Make a ceramic slab plate

In this video, we learn how to make a ceramic slab plate. First, roll out the ceramic. After this, place the clay on butcher or newspaper and smooth it out with a plastic card. Repeat this on the other side. Next, use a paper template to help cut your design or use a circular object. Cut slits to help remove the surrounding clay. Use the excess clay to build support pieces then curve the edges of the plate up and place the support pieces underneath. Use a piece of leather to smooth the edges....

How To: Wrap a textblock for protection

Learn how to wrap a textblock in this video tutorial. Wrapping the block allows you to protect the book's inner pages while you are working on the outside of the book. All you need to do is use some butcher paper, or any other kind of heavy duty paper you may have on hand. Lay the spine flush against one side of the paper. Open the front cover and fold the bottom sides into the book. Tape these ends together. Then, with the excess paper on the non-spine portion of the book, fold those ends in...

How To: Three Cheap Meat Cuts That You Need to Utilize

Cooking on a budget isn't always easy, but there's a silver lining: it can be really fun. Ever since I started supporting myself I've enjoyed going shopping, finding the most affordable items, and learning how to make the most of them. Sure, sometimes I wish I could afford to buy a filet mignon and some morel mushrooms every night, but there's a different kind of enjoyment that comes from being able to turn a few dollars into a gourmet meal. For me, that means starting with cheap meat, and af...

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