These two berry drinks are so similar that they can be taught in the same video. You will need raspberries, lime juice (for the Raspberry Mule only), lemon juice (for the Raspberry Collins only), simple syrup, ice, gin (for the Raspberry Collins), vodka (for the Raspberry Mule, or white rum (for an entirely new cocktail), ginger ale or beer (for the the Raspberry Mule), and soda water or club soda (for the Raspberry Collins). Learn how to mix a berry fruity Raspberry Collins or Raspberry Mule...
The classic Tom Collins drink, we're using G'Vine gin, lemon juice, simple syrup and a bit of club soda. We'll garnish it with a cherry and orange and really dress the drink.
The Tom Collins is a simple and classic cocktail to make. You will need gin, lemon juice, simple syrup, and club soda or soda water. Learn how to mix up a Tom Collins cocktail by watching this video beverage-making tutorial.
Check out this instructional acoustic guitar video that shows you how to play the song "Iceman" by Albert Collins. This is a great blues riff by a blues legend. With this lesson and a bit of practice, you can play the Albert collins song "Iceman" and improve your guitar playing skills.
This is another very fresh, refreshing long drink. Chris Doig of Brilliant Cocktails used Hendricks which has cucumber infused in it as well as rose petal. This recipe uses Tanqueray which is also a complex botanical gin and it works well with this drink. If you want to use fresh apple, use an apple such as Fuji that is crisp and slightly sweet. The Collins is a drink in the family of the sour form of drink, so it is supposed to be minimally sweet. To learn how to make a cucumber and apple Co...
This week, Kenley Collins, of the Project Runway fame, shows us how to turn an old vintage skirt into a summer must have with fabric paints. Follow along with the tips in this how-to video, and revamp some of your own old clothes.
Having a cocktail party and not quite sure what alcoholic beverages to serve up? Then watch this how to video to learn how to mix up a Tom Collins. For the Tom Collins you will need the following ingredients: gin, bar mix, sugar, and soda.
Watch this piano tutorial video to learn how to play "Against All Odds" by Phil Collins on piano. Instruction includes names of chords and an overhead view so you can learn by watching. Intermediate pianists will have no trouble learning how to play Phil Collins' "Against All Odds" on piano by watching this helpful how-to video.
Learn to make a Pom Collins in this video cocktail-mixing tutorial. No I didn't make an error it is a Pom not a Tom Collins. Who's Pom? In any case, you'll need lemons, simple syrup, pomegranate puree, and vodka.
If you're a musician in need of some lessons, there's no better way to learn than with MusicRadar's so-called "Tuition" instructions. Although the title tuition is misleading, this video class is anything but costly, because it's free, right here. Whether you're looking for help with your voice, bass, electric guitar, drums, guitar effects, piano, Logic Pro or production techniques, Music Radar is here to show you the way.
Learn to fly... paper airplanes. In this video tutorial, John Collins, The Paper Airplane Guy, shows you how to fold and fly the Boomerang paper airplane.
Learn to fly... paper airplanes. In this video tutorial, John Collins, The Paper Airplane Guy, shows you how to fold and throw the SCS Nakamura Lock paper airplane.
In this video, we learn how to mix a version of the Rum Runner drink. Traditionally, the Rum Runner is made in a blender, which we are not going to do. Instead, we are going to crush the ice and give it a slushy taste and consistency. Start out with a collins glass and a shaker tin, and put ice in the shaker. Use a muddler to crush the ice and make it slushy, then pour that crushed ice into the collins glass. Now, ice up the shaker tin. Put in three-quarters of an ounce of Captain Morgan Spic...
Learn to fly... paper airplanes. In this video tutorial, John Collins, The Paper Airplane Guy, shows you how to fold and fly the Tumbling Wing paper airplane.
In this ExtremeBartending video, we learn how to make the perfect Mint Julep cocktail. Start with a Collins glass. Take four sprigs of mint (it's very important that it be four) and place them in the glass. Add a teaspoon of sugar, and about two tablespoons of water (it's a strong drink, so you might want to add more water). With a muddler, mix it up, and this will expand the taste of the mint. Now grab some crushed or shaved ice and put it in the glass. Add an ounce and a half of bourbon, ga...
Big hair has been popular like never before, but we're not talking about the five foot beehive contraptions worn by housewives with a little too much time on their hands in the '60s or the Joan Collins-esque blowouts of the '80s.
Watch this recipe from Common Man Cocktails to make the coolest looking alcoholic drink called a Lava Lamp Cocktail. The ingredients you need for the drinks are spiced rum (they use Captain Morgan's), Malibu Coconut Rum, grenadine, pineapple juice, a shaker and a Collins beverage glass to serve. Follow the easy instructions (and make sure to combine the ingredients in the correct order to create the Lava Lamp affect) and make a drink that is the hit of any party, particularly a 70's theme party!
Don’t pass up on this festive favorite because of the calories; just mix yourself a lighter version mojito.
Mixologist Chris McMillian walks us through the history and creation of the Singapore Sling in this instructional video. The drink originated in a hotel in Singapore--the drink used to be a Collins with a splash of cherry herring. This recipe is the original recipe from Raffles Hotel, where the drink was first made.
The 2010 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show was filled with a plethora of smoky and nude eyes, buxom, pillowy lips, and clearly more hairspray than Joan Collins inhaled in the '80s.
Learn how to play the famous drum fill from Phil Collin's "In the Air Tonight" with this free drum lesson. This video guide presents a complete, step-by-step breakdown of fill. For more information, and to get started playing this popular Collins fill on your own drums, watch this tutorial.
Enjoy the creaminess of a piña colada without all the calories. To make a low calorie piña colada, you will need:
Learn how to make a Pimm's Cup. A summertime favorite of the Brits, this cocktail is made from the gin-based alcohol known as Pimm’s No. 1 Cup.
It’s the cocktail that packs the perfect punch. Learn how to mix Planter's Punch. You will need:
Drinks can be fattening, unless you stick with this skinny bitch. Watch this video to learn how to mix a Skinny Bitch. You will need:
Learn how to mix a Malibu Punch cocktail in this instructional video! Yum! Ingredients:
Learn how to mix a Headless Horseman cocktail from a hot girl in this instructional bartending video!
This is my entry for the play it forward ukulele video contest: http://ukulelereview.com Play Phil Collin's "Another Day in Paradise" on the ukulele with this free video lesson, which demonstrates both the song's chords and the proper picking pattern. For more information, and to get started playing Phil Collins' "Another Day in Paradise" on your own ukulele, watch this video guide.
In a previous post, I wrote about how controversy changed SCRABBLE, about how the SCRABBLE Dictionary evolved thanks to Judith Grad and her crusade to rid the world of derogatory and racist words. She won, at least in some manner, but the fact still remains, racist or not—words are words, and they're here to stay.
It seems like it was just last week that AMC and Next Games unveiled their location-based zombie game based on hit TV series The Walking Dead. (Wait, actually it was just last week.)
SCRABBLE was invented by Alfred Mosher Butts, an architect in New York, in an attempt to make a word game that combined anagrams and crosswords, which involved chance, luck and a great degree of skill. Together, Butts and game-loving entrepreneur James Brunot, refined the game and made the games by hand, stamping letters on wooden tiles on at a time. They eventually came up with the name SCRABBLE, which means "to grope frantically."
Damn right, you don't just eat 'em. When you're done with your next Pringles can, you can turn it into a kaleidoscope, a pinhole camera, and even a solar hot dog cooker. But Instructables user TheSpodShed may have just created the most awesome way to upcycle empty Pringles cans—use them as a mini MIDI drum kit for your mobile device. This tiny drum kit will let you rock your face off without pissing off all your neighbors.
Meet the Wonderbag. The "first non-electric slow cooker" uses an insulated bag made of poly-cotton fabric, polyester, and repurposed foam chips. You bring your one-pot meal to the desired cooking temperature, usually via the stovetop. Then you turn off the heat, pop the pot into the Wonderbag, and it will continue to cook thanks to the retained heat in the bag.
The staff at Next Reality News is legitimately excited about the prospects that Google's ARCore could bring not only to smartphones and tablets running Android, but also to Android-based hardware such as smartglasses.
DigiLens, a company specializing in optical waveguide technology, recently announced that they had closed a $22 million round of strategic investment, also known as Series B funding. This round brought in Sony, Foxconn, Continental, and Panasonic, as well as more traditional venture investors such as Alsop Louie Partners, Bold Capital, Nautilus Venture Partners, and Dolby Family Ventures.
I don't know about you, but visions of pumpkin pie and cornbread stuffing and big, juicy turkeys are constantly dancing through my head right now. I'm sorry, healthy eating habits, but it's Thanksgiving week, and all I can do is think about food.
Now that its first developer conference is in the rearview mirror, Magic Leap continues to nurture its content development community, this time with an assist from strategic investor and retail partner AT&T.
The next frontier for AR hardware is the consumer headset, and tech companies of varying size and tenure are working hard to strike the right mix between comfort, cool factor, and cost. How these companies handle the hype and flow of information vary wildly.
Malaria is a massive worldwide health problem. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that 212 million cases of malaria occurred worldwide in 2015 and 429,000 of the infected people died.
News: New Research Shows How Flesh-Eating Leishmania Parasites Hide in Our Bodies to Fight Future Infections
Transmitted by a sandfly one-third the size of a mosquito, parasitic Leishmania protozoa are responsible for a flesh-destroying disease that kills an estimated 20,000 people per year. Two new studies offer understanding of how the parasite provides immunity through persistence and why some people suffer more virulent forms of the disease.