How To: Make a latte with US barista champ Heather Perry

This is a video showing how to make a perfect latte at home. First the coffee is ground and then she pours some milk. The presenter says that 1/3 of the daily requirement of milk can be found in a latte. Once the coffee is ground it is brewed. She uses a lot of coffee so that it is richer. While the espresso is being made, the milk is steamed. The espresso should drip out like honey. The steamed milk is then poured over the coffee.

How To: Make iced coffee

Does your iced coffee get watered down from adding in ice cubes? Enjoy a tastier iced coffee at home with these handy tips. Take a pot of hot coffee and pour it into an ice tray and make cubes. Whenever you want ice coffee, just pull out your coffee cubes. A secret for sugar users..put your sugar in first, then a bit of coffee, then your ice coffee cubes and a bit more coffee. Perfect ice coffee.

How To: Build a beautiful cedar log coffee table using a chainsaw

If you loved the cedar log bench, try out your chainsaw skills on something for the inside of your home— a log coffee table. Using a chainsaw as your primary woodworking tool is dangerously unusual, but the results are well worth the risk! In this two-part video, learn the techniques to chainsawing your way to a beautiful log coffee table made from scraps. It's great for any outdoorsman's living room or den.

How To: Reuse Old Coffee Grounds

Many people start their day with a fresh, hot cup of coffee. They purchase their coffee with care and enjoy it greatly. But what do you do with those grounds once you’ve drunk your coffee? Here are some uses for those used coffee grounds! Note: It's always easiest to handle coffee grounds when they're cool, so wait a couple of hours after you've switched off the coffee pot to try any of these!

How To: Brew coffee with a French press

In this video from sethd85 we learn how to brew coffee with a French press. For this you need coffee beans, a French press, something boil water in, and water (filtered preferred), and a coffee grinder. First boil water. Now use 2 tablespoons of coffee beans and grind them up in a grinder. You want the coffee to be very coarse. Now pour in the ground coffee into the French Press. You want a bit of a gap between the plunger and the coffee grounds. Once the water is boiled, pour the water into ...

How To: Make a perfect cup of coffee

This video shows you in 6 simple steps how to make a perfect cup of coffee. You should buy whole coffee beans that you keep in an airtight container. You will need a coffee grinder. You can find them in kitchen stores. You should run the water you use through a filter before making your coffee. You want to use 2 tablespoons of coffee grinds per cup. 1/4 of a teaspoon of salt will take out any bitterness. 6 oz of water per cup is what you should use. You can now make your coffee.

How To: Make Irish coffee

Anthony Caporale gets help from the staff of Bean Traders coffee shop in Durham,NC in making this classic. This video starts off with David Chapman, the owner of Bean Traders, giving a quick Coffee 101 for the uninitiated, followed by Madonna the manager showing how to make coffee with the press pot. Anthony then adds Irish whiskey and whipped cream to the fresh pressed coffee in honor of St. Patrick's Day.

How To: Make Thai iced coffee with Kai

Man, it's hot outside. And what the better way of cooling down than sitting by the pool sipping a drink. Here is the perfect summertime beverage - Thai iced coffee. For this recipe, you will need sugar, Thai coffee, and half and half. Watch this video beverage-making tutorial and learn how to make iced coffee with Thai chef Kai.

How To: 3 Amazing Non-Coffee Uses for Your French Press

My French press is one of the most important tools in my kitchen. It's indispensable, and it's no small exaggeration when I say that I use it on a daily basis thanks to my coffee addiction. However, it gets used for a lot more than just my morning cuppa (and my second morning cuppa, and my late morning cuppa, and my... well, you get the picture).

How To: Use Windows Movie Maker

This 3 part Movie Maker tutorial explains all the main functions of Movie Maker and how to use them. Part one starts with importing video clips, editing clips, adding video effects and transitions, etc. Part two covers basic sound control, adding titles and credits, and putting in overlay credits. Part three shows you how to take a pile of pictures and music and instantly create a musical montage.

How To: Make French press coffee at home

In this video, the instructor shows how to make French press coffee. Generally, you will want to use 2 tbsp of coffee for every 6 oz of coffee. You will need water that is close to boiling or around 200 degrees. First, pour the hot water over your ground coffee and let it sit for a little over a minute. Now, stir the coffee and make sure the grounds are as wet as possible. Let this brew for another minute or two. Now, press the pot down and your French press coffee will be hot and ready to en...

How To: Slow down your video in both Live Movie Maker and Windows Movie Maker 2.6

For all of the amateur film makers at home with a Windows PC looking to make movies, one effect that seems to be really popular in the YouTube community is slowing down a video to half-speed, specifically for nut shots and the like. If you're wondering how to do it in the new Windows Live Movie Maker, or like the older version of Windows Movie Maker 2.6, this video will give a quick over view of how to achieve the effect. Although, be warned that if you export it at a slower speed it will not...

How To: Make Vietnamese coffee in a French press

Coffee helps make the world go round. Well not exactly, but it does help add a bit of energy to those who are finding an eight hour work day to be a tad bit overwhelming. Out of all the different types of coffee out there, this particular video will focus on Vietnamese coffee. It will show you how to make it by using a French press. Enjoy!