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How To: Perform the chopping the wood trick on the longboard

Take a look at this instructional video and learn how to perform the long board trick chopping the wood. This trick is performed by jumping the heel side of the board with the front foot while kick the back foot out and then jumping back toe side. This is done while carving and you can set it up with combinations of other tricks such as walking the plank or the cross step. Be sure to wear safety gear when attempting this trick.

How To: Dice onions and shallots

Learn how to dice any kind of onion or shallot. First cut the ends off of the onion, being sure to remove only a little bit of the root end. This is so the onion stays together when chopping. Make vertical cuts in the onion starting from the opposite end of the core. Then make horizontal cuts only cutting 3/4 of the way through. Then cut across to dice the onion.

How To: Model railroad scenery using extruded foam

Are your hobbies building model trains? Well, I hope you are building your own model sets the way you want to, but if you're stumped in the model railroading process, check out this nine-part video tutorial to see how to model railroad scenery using extruded foam. If you aren't into miniature rail transport systems, you will be now. Your landscape has to look good for your trains, doesn't it?

How To: Make asparagus wrapped in turkey

Start with chopping off the woody end of the asparagus and peel them so they will cook evenly. Sprinkle asparagus with a teaspoon of olive oil. Slice smoked turkey into three pieces then wrap the turkey around the asparagus. Then take a chive and tie it around the turkey and snip the ends. Next put on baking sheet and into the oven on 400 degrees for 12 minutes. To go with the asparagus is roasted red peper dip. Start with toasted almonds. Toast in the oven for 1 minutes then chop them up in ...

How To: Make Grandma Diane's easy bake lasagna

In this video, we learn how to make Grandma Diana's easy bake lasagna. Start by chopping 1 large onion and 1 green bell pepper and place into a hot skillet with 1 lb of ground beef and 6 sweet Italian sausages. Cook this until the beef has browned, then add garlic powder, oregano, salt and pepper to the skillet. Now add diced tomatoes, crushed tomatoes, tomato sauce and tomato paste and let cook for about 15 minutes, stirring everything together. Now scoop out the meat and coat the bottom of ...

How To: Make beef phat (or pad) thai

Today Itkman is going to demonstrate how to make Beef Pad Thai. Begin by chopping garlic and bean sprout into small chunks (not minced). Next chop young green onion into one inch sections. Next chop the chili into small chunks roughly equal to that of the garlic. When ready place a 12-inch frying pan onto the range and turn the heat to medium-high. Add one tbsp spoon of cooking oil. Shift the pan to allow the oil to completely coat the bottom and then add the garlic. Allow the garlic to cook ...

How To: Use a parang knife (Malayan machete) in the tropical wild

If you're ever stuck in the jungles of Southeast Asia, then your only hope for survival is the parang knife, which is a Malayan type machete. This is the ideal tool for the jungle, especially in Malaysia, where the typical vegetation is more woody, and needs something thicker for stronger chopping action. A parang has three different edges: the front is very sharp and used for skinning, the middle is wider and used for chopping, and the back end (near the handle) is very fine and used for car...

How To: Cram & study effectively for a test

Chau-Minh, a private tutor, discusses cramming and how to do it effectively. This video does not intend to endorse cramming, but if you are probably screwed then you might as well see it. When you cram, don't expect to get a high grade because you lack time. To pull out a high grade, we need to do deletion. Deletion is just like chopping a branch to make the tree smaller. The tree would signify the lectures of your professor. Crossing out the topics that are discussed rarely by the professor ...

How To: Chop through dense forests with a machete

In this video, Chopping It Up, we see how some men camping and scouting in the remote central Brazilian jungle hack their way through the thick brush with machetes. We watch as they clear a path to the top of a mountain. It's a lot of work! We're told how they identified a route where the need for hacking would be minimized, on an old trail. The problem, however, is the sunlight on an old trail causes it to get choked up with vines and other thick growth. To clear the path with the machetes, ...

How To: Mince Garlic & Keep It from Sticking to Your Knife

Need to know how to mince garlic without having it stick to your knife? Then you need this quick guide from The Kitchn. With the proper technique, chopping garlic can be easy. So easy, in fact, that this free video cooking lesson can present a complete overview of the process in about two minutes. For more information, and to get started mincing garlic yourself, take a look.

How To: Slice up images for HTML image maps in GIMP

See how to use GIMP to generate a HTML image map in minutes. This mimics the slice function from Photoshop. Whether you're new to the GNU Image Manipulation Program, GNU's popular free graphics editor, or a seasoned designer just looking to pick up a few new tips and tricks, you're certain to enjoy this free video software tutorial. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, and to get started chopping up digital images yourself, take a look.

How To: Make fresh pico de gallo salsa

You are going to use a food processor but if you don't have one chopping is fine. Into the food processor you are first going to put three Roma tomatoes that have been sliced in half. Next you will cut out the core of the green pepper and put that into the processor. Place a onion into the mixture and add about fifteen sprigs of cilantro. Put one jalapeno and a handful of roasted corn with the juices of one lime into your food processor along with the rest. Now a special ingredient is a large...

How To: Make a hot & hearty vegetable soup

David from "The One Pot Chef Show" demonstrates how to make vegetable soup. It's a great dish for a cold winter day. This hearty soup contains potato, onion, carrot, parsnip, celery, diced tomatoes and turnip. To make it, you will need these ingredients as well as broth (David uses chicken) and soup mix. Chopping up the vegetables, preparing the soup mix and bringing it all to a boil on the stove is really all it takes. This video gives a great step by step demonstration and looks delicious!

How To: Keep your side bangs in place

Are your side bangs getting a little long and unruly? Need a new way to keep you hair out of your eyes without chopping off your hair? Growing out your bangs and they're getting in the way? This instructional video will show you how to keep your bangs tame and under control. Our host narrates and uses simple and easy to follow instructions to simple clip longer bands back and hold them in place. This hair style only requires one bobby pin to complete it.

How To: Turn leftovers into a frittata

A frittata is a delicious egg dish that you can cook using leftovers from your fridge. This video shows you how to cook a quick and tasty version with cheese and veggies. All you need is a frying pan and chopping knife!

How To: Prepare butternut squash

Squash is a delicious item to serve for dinner, and can be used in so many ways. If you would like to eat this amazingly healthy and tasty treat, check out this video. In this tutorial, you will learn how to cut and prepare your squash properly for the easiest cooking. Emily Richards will show you different methods of chopping your squash for different dishes and walk you through the entire process.

How To: Dice an onion the right way

Chopping an onion may seem like an easy feat, but did you know there is a proper way to cut an onion for your recipes? In this video conducted by Good To Know, learn how to chop an onion the right way and start dicing like a pro chef! Get the instruction you need to take your cooking skills to the next level.

How To: Chop dried fruit

Use this quick and easy tip for chopping sticky dried fruit. The dried fruit can often stick to itself and become very difficult to chop into distinct pieces. This is important for baking cakes or other dessert recipes that require the ingredient.

How To: Make St. Louis style BBQ ribs

Babbabooey begins his master piece by introducing the ingredients that are required to make St.Louis style BBQ ribs. He starts with two packages of ribs that contain 6 ribs in each package. He then goes on to describe the special BBQ sauce he uses, and includes the ingredients used to make that sauce. Utensils are needed such as a machete, and two types of probe thermometers. After chopping an onion he mixes it with the BBQ sauce and pours the mixture into a small bread tin.

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