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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.

How To: Grill lobster

Everyone likes lobster and you normally inspire thought s of fine dining but with summer time coming lobster goes great on the grill. Make an extra special bbq and surprise everyone by grilling lobster to add delicious smokiness to their buttery flavor.

How To: Make an origami Shogun Japanese warrior for beginners

The Japanese Shoguns built their entire warrior culture around masochism. Did you lose in battle? Congratulations, you must cut off your own head! Did you dishonor your general? Punishment consists of swirling your guts around with your own sword (yes, you're doing this yourself) and then chopping off your head. As you can see, failure - and disobedience - was not an option, and to commit it shamed you so much it would be more honorable to be dead than alive.

How To: Make yellow rice

In this video, we learn how to make yellow rice. Start off by chopping up a jalape–o pepper, a potato, and grab frozen peas. Next, prepare your traditional spices, which include: paprika, garlic, curry, and salt. Now, heat up all your ingredients in a large pot and let simmer. after the garlic starts to brown, add in your vegetables into the pot and mix together. After this, add in your rice to the pot and keep mixing. Now, place water into the pot and throw everything into a pressure cooker....

How To: Make pan-seared tuna steaks over spinach

In this Food video tutorial you will learn how to make pan-seared tuna steaks over spinach and lentils. Start with a bowl of fresh baby spinach. Take juice of half a lemon, ¬º cup olive oil, them together, taste to see that it is OK and pour it over the spinach. Mix it and your salad is ready. Put the stove on medium heat and heat up a pan. Take a pound of Tuna steaks, brush them lightly with olive oil and dredge them through sesame seeds. Now put them over the hot pan and cook for 2 to 2 ¬O ...

How To: Make spicy butternut squash soup

This deliciously rich and creamy soup blends sweet butternut squash and coconut with tangy lemon grass and chili. This video provides all the ingredients required in order to make the soup. The ingredients required include: a butternut squash, a potato, 2 parsnips, a leek, a chopped onion, a chopped garlic and a chopped ginger. Users may choose to add spices and flavoring to the soup. Begin by chopping all the vegetables. Peel and remove the seeds from the squash. This video will benefit thos...

How To: Make delicious mango chutney

This is a very useful instructional video on how to make mango chutney. It is a very delicious dish which any body can make at home very easily. The ingredients required for this wonderful dish are ginger, sugar, herb leaves and mangoes. First you have to take the herb leaves and ginger in a pan. Now you have to add two cups of sugar to the mixture. Now you have to chop the mangoes into small pieces. You can remove the skin of the mango and use the rest. After chopping the mangoes into small ...

How To: Prepare broccoli

This is a quick and easy way to prepare healthy broccoli. On your chopping board, lay broccoli crowns upside down. Cut around the broccoli in its flower heads using a knife holding up the stem/stalk. (Set aside flower heads). Cut out the stem to get the edible white part of the stalk. (It's your option to include this with the flower heads.) Use this on your favorite dish.

How To: Make spicy fried squid

Would you like to learn to cook Korean Food? In this superb video from aeriskitchen, a Korean foodie teaches you all of the ins and outs of cooking a tasty Spicy Fried Squid recipe. The video includes a step by step guide to help you through the process, from shopping, to chopping, to the final presentation. The video includes some interesting information about the recipe, as well as some really fun Korean language lessons that will be a blast to share with your guests and family!

How To: Peel, chop and crush garlic like a chef

Check out this video cooking tip from The Chef's Toolbox in Australia. Watch this tutorial to learn how to peel, chop and crush garlic like a chef. Peeling garlic for recipes is easy with a little know-how, see how to do it right here. If there is a little green germ in the clove, make sure you remove it, because it is known to give people indigestion.

How To: Edit your podcast using Audacity

After you have your audio podcast recorded or imported into Audacity, you can enhance it by editing out mistakes, shortening long silences, even chopping it into several sections to make multiple shorter episodes rather than one long show. Learn how in this tutorial. Whether you're new to computer recording, new to the Audacity DAW (digital audio workstation) or just looking to pick up a few new tricks, you're sure to benefit from this video software tutorial. For more information, including ...

How To: Chop chocolate

When a recipe calls for chopped chocolate, it can be hard to decide which tool to use for the job. Chocolate-breaking forks, sold in many specialty stores, may easily break chocolate into chunks, but they also punch holes in cutting boards and scratch countertops. Paring knives are too small for the task and, when working with a really big piece of chocolate, it's easy to ruin the blade of a chef's knife hacking into the dense, hard bar. The best tool for chopping chocolate is a 10-inch slici...

How To: Barbecue smoked bologna

A guy shows you how to cook a delicious smoked bologna. You will need: wax bologna, knife, chopping board, a core, barbecue sauce, mustard, a teaspoon of paprika, a tablespoon of seasoning salt, a teaspoon of pepper, a teaspoon of garlic powder, fresh lettuce, sliced onions, tomatoes, feta cheese, cucumber, oregano, olive oil, vinegar, asparagus wrapped in bacon. Remove the wax from bologna meat using your knife. Make diagonal cuts around the sides of the bologna with about 1/4-inch depth. Ma...

How To: Bake a delicious buttermilk blueberry crumb cake

This blueberry crumb cake is practically a masterpiece, if you dare try too make it. If you're up for the challenge, this moist and tender crumb cake packed with fresh blueberries and a delicious crumb topping will never last a day in your home. This yummy cake is hard not to like. It's irresistible. Check out this video recipe for baking buttermilk blueberry crumb cake.

Food Tool Friday: One Knife to Rule Them All

When I was a senior in college, I shared a two-bedroom, one bathroom, microscopic kitchenette suite with three other girls. We all loved to bake and cook but were fully aware that we were in for a crowded year. We needed to use space efficiently, which meant carefully picking what kitchen equipment was absolutely necessary. As a full knife set was out of the question, we settled on a Shun Classic Ultimate Utility Knife whose praises my father had sung for a long time.

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: Make your own didgeridoo

Watch this music how-to video to learn how to make your own didgeridoo out of agave using the fire drilling method. This tutorial video on how to make a didgeridoo is not for beginners, as it involves chopping down the agave tree yourself and does not provide spoken instructions.

How To: Use wood chips in the garden

Chopping up downed trees and sending them to the landfill isn't ideal. It's better to use them as firewood or have them chipped up and use them as mulch material or for a walkway. Never combine woodchips with the soil because they rob the soil of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium but they're great walkway material and will gradually break down providing nutrients for the soil.

How To: Make a basic Caesar salad

The Frugal Chef will teach you how to prepare a delicious and simple Caesar Salad. You will be taken through the process step-by-step, starting with chopping the lettuce. She recommends you make her Caesar dressing and homemade croutons to use in the salad. You can find those tutorials on her website. As the tutorial goes on, you will learn the basics of why she uses the ingredients she does. You'll pick up tricks along the way, such as rubbing a garlic clove on the plate before plating the s...

How To: Sharpen a knife with a handheld sharpener

Dull knives in the kitchen are not only slow, but possibly the most dangerous threat in your home. In this entertaining and informative video, Bruce Trettor teaches how to properly sharpen your own knives with a hand-held sharpener. He explains how to test the sharpness of your knives, the common indicators of improperly sharpened knives, and some great tips on chopping and slicing that will drastically improve your cooking skills. He also covers the different techniques necessary to hone you...

How To: Keep Garlic from Sticking to Your Hands & Knife

It's a shame that one of the world's tastiest foods can be such a pain to prep. Most cooks are familiar with this conundrum: chopping or crushing garlic releases a pungent liquid that causes bits of garlic to stick your knife and hands, creating a messy affair. So what is going on here? The common assumption is that the garlic is releasing some kind of oil, but the truth is that this liquid rinses away easily in water. Yet one of the basic precepts of chemistry is that oil and water don't mix.

How To: Make Garlic-Infused Olive Oil & Vinegar at Home

Garlic—it stinks so good! It's one of nature's most wondrous foods, being both delicious and incredibly healthy. What's not to love? Well, it is kind of a pain to prep, whether you're peeling a couple of cloves for a sauce or a whole head and trying to mince it finely. One way to get around the whole peeling and mincing issue every time you want garlic in a dish is by buying pre-made garlic-infused olive oil, except that stuff is pretty pricey. Learn to make it at home and you'll get all the ...