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How To: Check to make sure your roast turkey is done

Making turkey is great for all year round, although the most common time of year is Thanksgiving! Turkey's are big birds and have a long cooking time, and they're there for a reason, any shorter and you could have an uncooked bird that could still be carrying food-borne illnesses like Salminella. In this video you'll get some basic tips on how to check your turkey to make sure it's good to eat.

How To: Tie a slip knot in a plastic grocery bag

Have you ever wondered how to tie a slip knot on your grocery bags? When we go to the grocery store, the clerks always tie the bags in a carrying knot. With this easy to follow video, tying these knots is made easy. Knots always seem perplexing, but now they are easy to do. This is a must watch video for anyone who goes shopping.

How To: Draw a scene from Star Wars

In this tutorial, we learn how to draw a scene from Star Wars. Start off by coloring the background peach, then adding orange with the spray paint tool to the bottom. After this, color in clouds to the sky with a light tan. From here, add in a spaceship in the sky and then two large machines on the bottom of the ground. Draw in another spaceship in the far right background. Then, start to add in details to each of the different ships or tractors. Draw a person on the ground carrying a gun wit...

How To: Get a bigger butt with squats

In this video, we learn how to get a bigger butt with squats. First, place your feet wider than shoulder width apart. Then, point your toes out at a 45 degree angle and look straight ahead. Squat down as deep as you can while carrying a bar. Repeat this again, making sure you are keeping your head up and looking straight ahead. The deeper your squats, the larger your butt will be from the muscle you are building. Continue to do this for several reps, then add in more weights as your body gets...

How To: Backpack and camp with healthy food

Just because you are not at home is no reason to abandon your healthy eating lifestyle. In this tutorial, you will learn all about planning healthy meals and snacks while you are on the go. Discover how to pack your backpack with the right, lightweight snacks and maintain proper nutrition when out and about. Of course, when planning caloric intake and healthy eating for a backpacking trip, it's important to create a backup plan in case something doesn't go according to plan. Learn about carry...

How To: Make a recycled napkin holder with your kids

Kids are one of the most precious things that this world has to offer. Not only can they shape the future of this world, but they can continue carrying on a legacy or family for years and years. So why not keep them entertained and thinking at an early age? This tutorial will show you how to do just that, by allowing them to think and be creative. Sit back and see what it takes to make a recycled napkin holder with your kids. Enjoy!

How To: Lose belly fat through exercise and diet knowledge

Learn how to lose belly fat quickly and naturally, in less than eight minutes! Using cartoon clips and simple definitions, this video explains how fat cells work and details the risks of carrying around extra fat. It explains what happens as we age, and how muscle burns fat away. Simply put, the more muscle you have, the more fat you burn. It explains which cardio and abdominal exercises are best to help you achieve your goal of a fit and trim body.

How To: Make a duct tape wallet in under 10 minutes

This video tutorial shows you how to make a duct tape wallet in under 10 minutes. While wallets are normally made for carrying money, no one wants to spend money on them. As you follow step by step it will show you how to create a wallet out of duct tape. Following the steps in this video will show you a way to make a wallet strictly out of duct tape. When a country is in a recession this is just another way to help you save some money.

How To: Find the number given its percent

This video will provide you with insight into how to find a number given its percent. In the example provided, you needed to find the number which 33 is 60% of. This was achieved by simply taking the number which is a percentage of another number, in this case 33, and divide it by the percentage, in this case 60%, or 0.6. By carrying out the long division from this step, you will be able to find the original number and solve this seemingly complicated problem with ease.

How To: Solve single-step equation by multiplication

This video will show you the simple mathematical concept of solving a single-step equation using multiplication. This is very useful for equations in which you need to solve for a variable and the variable is a part of a fraction. The example provided in the video shows a very fast and simple way to solve these types of problems. By multiplying your fraction by the denominator of the fraction, you will cancel out the fraction and multiply the other side by the same number. By following these ...

How To: Build a simple beam bridge

Stuck on one side of a river or ditch? If you are stranded with no other way to get to your destination you will need to build a bridge! Without many supplies, your best bet is a beam bridge which can be made with just a single piece of wood. This video will show you how to get from one place to another.

How To: File a restraining order

Is someone threatening, following, or preventing you from carrying on a normal, healthy safe life? Protect yourself from the threat of injury or physical harm by filing a restraining order. In this video, learn what steps are needed to file a restraining order.

How To: Crochet a bag

Carrying a bag you crocheted yourself can be a source of pride, a conversation piece and a handy way to transport your things. Learn how to crochet your own bag, from the first chain to the finishing touches, in this free crafts video series with our crochet expert, Axis Knox.

News: Chickens Can Be Cuddly but Salmonella Is Not, Warns the CDC

Multistate outbreaks of Salmonella infection in humans have led the Centers for Disease Control to advise caution when interacting with poultry. A press release on June 1st mentioned eight multistate outbreaks connected to backyard flocks. As of May 25, 372 people in 47 states were reported infected with the outbreaks' Salmonella strains. That means this year could be as bad as 2016, a record year, for salmonella outbreaks with 895 people infected.

How To: Design Your Own iPhone 5 Case for Less Than $5

So, you've got your new iPhone 5 from Apple, but wait—where do you get a case for it? Since its launch, Apple Stores across the country have been carrying absolutely zero iPhone 5 cases. In fact, the only thing they seem to be carrying right now as far as iPhone 5 accessories goes is the new Lightning cable. So, when will they be getting cases? Rumors state October sometime, but there's no telling if it's now or at the end of the month.

How To: Determine the right length for your trekking pole

Trekking poles make carrying heavy load across long distances on foot, like you do when you're on a backpacking trip, much easier. This video will help you make sure you're getting the most out of your trekking poles by teaching you how to make sure that your poles are the correct height for the situation that you are in. Get the most out of your modern hiking technology!

News: Social Engineering for the hell of it.

I've recently been on holiday in Europe, staying in a hotel that was part of a big chain that included many in the local area. A quick review of the wi-fi within range of my room showed that there was another in the chain that was in range of my Yagi Turbotenna, which naturally got me thinking. If I wanted an anonymous internet connection, this could be quite handy.

How To: Smoke a pipe to the bottom

If you prefer to smoke your tobacco out of an old fashioned pipe, you may run into the problem of having to relight your pipe about 3/4 of the way down. Well, if you are tired of carrying your lighter around and just want to relax and smoke a whole pipe, have a look at this video clip. In it, you will learn a few tips for keeping your pipe lit all the way to the bottom.

How To: Fix your golf grip to cure a hook shot

Golf Link demonstrates how to fix your golf grip to cure a hook shot. A hook shot often occurs because a player has a grip which promotes the hook. In a hook-promoting grip, the player has his hands too far to the right of the club. When carrying through with their swing, the club face closes and causes the hook. To align your grip, put a golf tee in between your left thumb and the first knuckle of your left hand. Repeat the process with your right hand. Adjust your grip so that both of the t...