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How To: Make the perfect Christmas wassail

Sure you can make Christmas punch this year, but that's just plain boring! Go even more traditional with Wassail! A fantastic alcoholic drink that was primarily consumed in the 14th. century by Anglo Saxtons. In this video you will learn how to make the Wassail with a fantastic recipe!

How To: Pry open and eat an oyster

This video shows you how to properly shuck an oyster. You will need oysters and a shucking knife. A glove is also useful for safely doing this procedure. A towel can be used to place the oyster on. You can either hold the oyster or place it on a towel. Oysters have a cup, a flat side, and a pointed end. The pointed end is wear the hinge is. Hold the oyster with the flat side down and the pointed side towards you. Place the knife inside the point and twist until you get in. Make sure only the ...

How To: Draw an Indian paint brush

Ever heard of an Indian Paintbrush? An Indian Paintbrush, also known as a Castilleja and Prairie-fire, are edible and sweet plants that were consumed in moderation by various American Indian tribes as a condiment with other fresh greens. Now that you know what an Indian Paintbrush is, here's your chance to larn how to draw one with help from this drawing tutorial presented by Hawks Vs. Pigeon Productions.

How To: Make chicken alfredo pizza for under five dollars

In this video you will learn how to make a chicken Alfredo for pizza for under five dollars. First take a cup of warm water and mix it with a packet of dry yeast. Then pour in a half a teaspoon of salt, two teaspoons of olive oil, then two and a half cups of all purpose flour. Then mix them in your mixer, you want them to mix together until the dough clinks to the dough hook. Then add another half cup of flour and continue mixing them. Then prepare a bowl to let it rise in it needs to rise fo...

How To: Make an apple bong

Need a bong? Have nothing except for a pencil and an apple? Well, with this video you will have your bong in no time. This video is a step by step guide to constructing your very own bong out of an apple. In just a minute, this video shows viewers exactly how to accomplish that. In addition, after usage the apple could be consumed and be easily disposed of. Hence, this video is highly recommended to anyone who uses a bong.

How To: Clean an LCD screen

Is your computer's LCD screen getting so dirty you can barely make out what you're typing. Use a few household ingredients to keep a clear, sharp image on your LCD screen without clouding or scratching it.

How To: Cut pineapples

This video shows you how to cut your own pineapple, which is the fifth most consumed fruit in the United States. The easiest way to tell if a pineapple is fresh is by pulling out the center leaf. If the leaf comes out easily, then you know that it is good to serve. You will need a cutting board, a sharp knife, a peeler, and a pineapple. Before you serve a pineapple, it should be refrigerated for thirty minutes upside down. This way, all the sugar that has rested at the bottom of the pineapple...

How To: Detect the freshness of a mango

The ‘Mango’ is a favorite fruit for most of us, undoubtedly. However, choosing the right mango is of utmost importance, if one wants to savor its taste to the best! This video shows how to check for the freshness and choose the right mango. Always pick up a mango which is reddish or pinkish all way round. It may have a patch of sunset yellow but certainly not green. It should feel soft when gently pressed. Most importantly, it should smell sweet like candy, especially at the base of the stem ...

How To: Make a Mediterranean beef shawarma sandwich

Shawarma is a Middle Eastern-style sandwich usually composed of shaved lamb, goat, or chicken. Less commonly, it contains turkey, beef, or a mixture of meats. Shawarma is a popular dish and fast-food staple across the Middle East, and is consumed across the rest of the world as well. Shawarma is known as guss in Iraq; it is related to the gyros of Greece. Gyros, however, is typically made of pork meat, or less commonly chicken, although beef or lamb is usually used outside Greece and Cyprus. ...

How To: Make ceremonial Japanese green tea at home

A very traditional tea in Japan is green tea. Japanese ceremonial green tea is prepared from a tea powder known as matcha. This tea is not difficult to make at home, and tastes delicious even without the ceremony. Check out this video and learn the steps and ingredients necessary for creating this yummy infusion.

How To: Make hard cider from apples

This daring docu-drama explores the esoteric underground of hard-cider brewing. This fast paced thriller is sure to captivate the mind, and leave you on the edge of your seat. OK, it's just a video shot with a 3mp Cannon digital camera on video mode and edited with some lousy free software. There are two different methods used to make this hard cider. 5 gallons of fresh cider with a starting specific gravity of 12 were pitched with White Labs liquid English Cider Yeast. This should yield arou...

How To: Dry age a steak

Dry aged steak is a chophouse specialty; but you don't have to go to a fancy restaurant to get this yummy meal. This video will show you how to recreate the superior flavor of real dry-aged steak at home.

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