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How To: Make a cappuccino without an espresso machine

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a cappuccino at home without using a cappuccino maker. First, use your french press to make coffee, using whichever coffee you prefer. Next, pour the hot coffee into a glass and warm up skim milk in a sauce pan. Then, pour the milk into the french press and aerate the warm milk, which will thicken it. When finished, pour the warm milk into the coffee. Now all you have to do is stir the coffee and milk together and you've got a delicious cappuccino! Add a...

How To: Make a matcha green tea cappuccino

This tea recipe is great for those of you who enjoy green tea and cappuccino. Watch this HowTo video as our Japanese host demonstrates how to make a matcha cappuccino using a matcha tea mixture. This beverage recipe is a great combination of green tea and coffee.

How To: Make a cappuccino on a home espresso machine

In order to prepare Cappuccino with your home espresso machine, you will need the following: milk, coffee, an espresso machine. Fill steamed milk container 2/3 full of milk. Submerge the milk underneath the spinner, before you turn it on. Allow it to steam the milk, until it is warm and frothy. Keep an eye on it, judging the consistency for your self. Remove, when the milk is warm and frothy. Turn the machine off, before you remove the cup. Clean your wand.

How To: Make a professional latte

Head Judge for the World Latte Art Championship, Paul Meikle-Janney, shows how to make a latte using the Brasilia Opus Sublima espresso coffee machine. Paul briefly explains that the process is somewhat similar to creating a cappuccino, noting that the major difference is how much foam you'll be creating on top of the beverage. This video shows the necessary steps taken to create the latte, creating the foaming texture and the single espresso at the same time. During this process, Paul offers...

How To: Make a hot mocha latte

In this tutorial, learn how to make a deliciously perfect hot mocha latte. A mocha is essentially a cappuccino with chocolate in it, which gives it a sweeter taste and less need for sugar. If you are in the mood for one of these toasty treats, have a look at this video and learn exactly how to make one like a professional barista. If your hot chocolate could use an espresso kick this morning, tune in and start frothing..your mocha latte is only a couple of minutes away.

How To: Make a Starbucks style mocha

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make a Starbucks style cafe mocha. The materials and ingredients required for this recipe are: coffee, coffee grinder, stainless steel pitcher, thermometer, chocolate syrup, milk and a espresso and cappuccino maker. Begin by filling the bottom of a coffee cup with chocolate syrup. Then load the espresso machine with the coffee and fill the stainless steel pitcher with milk. Now steam the milk and load the coffee. Finish by adding the coffee and ste...

How To: Make a cappuccino mug

In this online video series, learn how to make a cappuccino mug from ceramics expert Susan Ting. Susan will teach you how to center porcelain clay on a potter's wheel, how to open the clay, and how to pull it up to create the basic shape of a cappuccino mug. She will show you how to form the shape of a cappuccino coffee mug, how to remove it from the potter's wheel, how to trim the bottom of the pot, and how to attach a handle to the cappuccino mug. Learn also how the firing and glazing proce...

How To: Create a line-graph in Excel 2007

In excel a left click is made on box A1 and the X title is typed in as year. In A2 the year 2001 is typed and in A3 the year 2002. Both A2 and 3 boxes are highlighted and the bottom right hand corner is used to drag the work into a copied sequence down to A12. In B1 "population in billions" is typed. From the web site the data is copied and typed in as it appeared and the numbers are rounded off. A click is made on the "insert" tab and line is selected from the menu which appears. The upper l...

How To: Pin recent Excel documents to the office button menu

This video helps you to Pin Recent Documents in Excel to the Start Menu or Office Button Menu in Excel 2007. When you click the office button on the left corner, your recent documents will appear by default. If you open a new document, it will push the other documents down and it will appear on the top. So, if you want a particular document to open whenever you open the excel, you have to click that particular document by clicking the pin that appears in the right side of it. This will turn t...

How To: Perform the floating rice trick

This is a cool trick that creates the illusion that one object appears heavier than the other. Check out the video, and watch Steve Spangler perform this trick and teach you how to do it! This trick, dating back thousands of years, uses two identical bottles of rice and chopsticks. One bottle appears to be lighter than the other and floats up.

How To: Clean up your computer and make it run faster

This video is about how to clean up your computer. The first thing that you will have to do is to go to "Start" menu found on the lower left of the screen. Once you have clicked "Start", click "Run". Once a new window will appear, type in "TEMP" and press "OK". Then the "Temp" folder will appear. Go to "Edit" and click "Select All". Once everything is selected, right click a file and press "delete". A window will appear for confirmation and click "Yes". Then go to "Start" menu again and click...

How To: Add title labels & set data labels in MS Word 2007

This video is from HelpVids and describes how to change the axis titles on charts in Microsoft Word 2007. To access the chart tools, select the chart and the tools will appear above the ribbon. There are many different design options that you can preview on the screen to make your final selection. To change the chart title, click on the Chart Title button which is located on the Layout ribbon. You can then select where you would like the title to appear. Once you select the location you can t...

How To: Use Google toolbar to share links with friends

This video shows how to use Google toolbar to share links with friends. Once you were in your desired website, click "Share" button located at the middle part of the Google toolbar. Options will appear. Click Gmail if you wish to send the link through Gmail. Compose mail (Gmail) window appears. Type email address in the "To:" textbox. Click Send button. A confirmation message will appear.

How To: Create a cool appearing text effect in Flash

Ever wanted to create a cool appearing text effect in Adobe Flash? This video tutorial will show you how to use Flash to create a text effect that can be used as a website introduction or in other forms of web media. This step-by-step video will have you creating cool Flash effects in no time.

How To: Emboss text on a glass surface in Photoshop

In this Photoshop video tutorial, hosted by photoshopuniverse, from Free Photoshop Video Tutorials, you will learn how to create an effect that makes it appear as though text you input into your image has been embossed on a glass surface. As you follow along with the host in this video, you will learn how to insert text, and align it to a plane, so that it will appear to be aligned to the surface you want to place the text on, as well as how to achieve the embossed look when you're finished.

How To: Assure that URL's blocked in robots.txt don't show up on Google

Google is the biggest and best search engine on Earth, and if you are a webmaster and want your website to be a big success it would really behoove you to know as much about how it works as possible. The Google Webmasters series of videos and website were created to teach webmasters, SEO professionals, and others how Google works by answering their questions and giving them insights into how they can best integrate and utilize Google's functionality to improve their business. This video will ...

How To: Restart Windows OS without rebooting your computer

This how to video shows you how to restart Windows without rebooting the computer. Press control, alt, and delete on the keyboard at the same time. Your task manager program will open. Select processes and click image name to sort it. Select explorer.exe and press end process. Click yes in the warning dialog. Your start menu will disappear. This is usually bad considering you cannot do anything when this happens. Go to file and select new task. Click browse and click on any folder and right c...

How To: Do a jumping gemini with a three card monte throw

This video shows the viewer how to do a ‘Jumping Gemini’ card trick. In this trick three different cards of your choice appear to continuously find their way back to the top of the pack. This seems impossible as the cards are both placed on the table as well as being placed at the back of the pack. The trick uses a series of breaks and lifts to work. Essentially it involves continuously appearing to place the chose card at the back of the pack or on the table whilst actually keeping the card ...

How To: Make innocent URLs appear suspicious with ShadyURL

Want to disguise your URLs so that they appear suspicious? In the style of websites such as Tiny URL that take your original URL and give you a shortened one to post on your blog or twitter feed, Shady URL takes your original URL and gives you one that might convince people not to click it. Go to Shady URL and paste the URL you wish to disguise. Click submit, and on the next page it will give you a URL that looks, well, shady. It might include something about a mail order bride or an investme...

How To: Choose what stays in the system tray

Vanessa from Tekzilla Daily gives us a very helpful video guide on how to edit or tweak icons in the system tray on Windows 7. Typing "notification area" in the search box of the Start Menu calls up the Notification Area control panel. This control panel shows the different processes and programs that are on the system tray. It is where you can edit the settings for each process or icon, with options of "always appear, never appear or show up only when needed". You can also control the basic ...

How To: Calculate and add running percentages in Excel

In this tutorial, we learn how to calculate and add running percentages in Excel. First, write out your value and percentage into the different columns. Next, write the formula in the cell where you want the answer to appear. To have the answer appear, highlight the box and drag it down, then the answers will start to appear in each of the different columns for the different equations. This is an extremely simple way to calculate these percentages without having to do any math! As long as you...

How To: Draw the letter "G" as a block 3D letter

The instructor in this video is showing viewers how to make a Block G in 3D. The process involves drawing the initial capital G. Then a line is made as an outline around the top of the letter and another line is made the same way at the bottom of the letter, so it appears to have a G made with 3 lines. Then the whole G is colored in to make a solid block letter. At the top of the G, a parallel line is drawn and filled in to appear the top is 3D. Another parallel line is drawn at the bottom in...

How To: Set up Xbox Live using a laptop and ethernet cable

This video shows you how to set up XBox Live using a laptop and Ethernet cable. The materials you will need are an Ethernet cable, an Xbox 360, and a laptop or desktop computer. First, you will need to connect your computer to your wireless network. Next, you must connect your computer to your Xbox 360 using your Ethernet cable. Power up your computer, go to the start menu and select network. In the window that appears, select the Network and Sharing Center located below the address bar. A ne...

How To: Cut, copy, and paste on a Mac

Steps on how to cut copy and paste on a Mac. Make sure that all your Windows are closed. 1. Click the Apple on the upper right corner. 2. Select and click System Preferences and a small window will appear. 3. Double click the small mouse picture and a bigger mouse picture will appear 4. Click on the right tab that says Primary Button and click to select Secondary Button. 5. Close the window. 6. When you right click the mouse a menu will appear and you can already cut copy and paste just like ...

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