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How To: Make popcorn the old fashioned way in 3 minutes

Ken shows viewers how to make popcorn the old fashioned way! First, you should put some oil in a pot on the stove on about high. Get a bag of popcorn kernels and pour them into the oil in the pan. Shake this mixture up together, making sure all off them mix well. Now, you should cover the pot with a cover and wait for the popcorn to begin to pop off the top of the pan. You will need to have a bowl handy to put the popcorn in. Ken wants to prove that you can wait just as long for good popcorn ...

How To: Make no knead bread

Watch this video to learn how to make no-knead bread. In a large mixing bowl, dissolve yeast into water. Stir in flour and salt (dough will be sticky). Cover with plastic wrap and let sit in warm place for a minimum of 8 hours at room temperature (approximately 70 degrees). Ten to twelve hours may be necessary, so letting it sit over night is a good idea, provided there aren't any dogs that will jump on the counter! The dough will be ready when the surface is covered with bubbles. Lightly flo...

How To: Make organic pot roast

The secret to making a good pot roast is to start with a good organic roast. With the meat at room temperature and sprinkle both sides with salt. Next chop a whole clove of garlic, put it in a bowl, and add some oil, black pepper, and cayenne pepper. Cut several slits or holes in the pot roast and poke the pieces of garlic into the holes on the top and bottom and sides. Put some of the vegetables in with the roast at the beginning of the cooking time: a leek, an onion, a carrot and a couple s...

How To: Make a slow cooker pot roast in your Crock Pot

Ryan Archer shows viewers how to make a slow cooker pot roast in your crock pot! First, chop up your onions, two tomatoes, three sticks of celery, 2 cloves of garlic and potato wedges. Put all of your vegetables in your crock pot first. Also, put in four whole carrots. Turn a skillet on high. Next, put all-spice on your roast, black pepper, sea salt and paprika. Rub these spices into the roast and repeat this process on the other side of the meat. Now, sear your meat on both sides for about o...

How To: Plant spring-blooming bulb flowers in the autumn

Martyn Cox show us how to plant spring bulbs. You want to begin with bulbs that are firm, with intact skin. You don't need a garden to grow these; you can put them in a pot. If using a terracotta pot, you need to cover the hole in the bottom with another piece of terracotta, to prevent leakage. Next, you add in the compost, breaking up any lumps. For most bulbs, plant them about three times their depth. The flat side is the bottom. You can plant a few together, but make sure they aren't touch...

How To: Do glaze trailing and pouring for pottery

Simon Leach teaches us how to glaze trailing and pouring for pottery. First, you will dip the entire pot into the glaze after you have poured it into the middle. Wind up your wrist as you are pouring it out so you cover all of the sides in it. Just dip it down a little bit so it goes over the edge of the tip to cover the mouth of it. To use a balloon wand, fill it with the glaze and then use this to glaze the pots. Simply drop the liquid onto the pot in straight lines as you are turning it wi...

How To: Make popcorn on the stove

Measure corn and oil into a large pot. A heavy-bottom pot is best, but any pot will work. Cover the pot with the lid and turn the burner's heat to Medium. If your pot's lid is tight and doesn't allow steam to escape leave it slightly ajar.

How To: Make a Cajun pot roast in your Crock Pot

Cajun Cooking TV shows viewers how to make a Cajun pot roast in your crock pot. First chop up turnip roots, baby carrots, shallots and garlic. First, cut several holes into your steak and stick garlic into each hole. Now season the meat with all purpose season on all sides! Now, place your meat in the slow cooker with 1 tablespoon of olive oil. Now on top and on the side of the meat add in all of your vegetables! Put in about 1 cup of water into the slow cooker, you don't want to put too much...

How To: Sprout a home terrarium

You can use either an open or a closed container for your terrarium. Because there is no drainage hole in the container it's really important to have a false drainage system. So you can add river gravel or rocks to the bottom of the terrarium as a drainage level. Put about one inch of rocks in the bottom of the terrarium. Add a layer of charcoal on top of the rocks and it will help to keep the whole terrarium fresh. The charcoal will help keep mold and bacteria from growing in the terrarium. ...

How To: Make a pot roast

Michael Clark teaches us how to cook a perfect pot roast for those Sunday night dinners. 1. Prepare the ingredients and heat the pan to a medium high heat. 2. Put in 3 tbs. of olive oil. 3. Salt and Pepper the pot roast then set it on the pan. 4. After browning for 10 minutes on each side, remove the pot roast. 5. Still on medium high heat, add the carrots, onions and celery to the pan and cook for a few minutes. 6. Add the two wines and let the alcohol boil off. 7. Put in a can of tomatoes, ...

How To: Grow wheatgrass

Looking to grow your own wheatgrass? Wheatgrass is equated with health benefits and contains provide chlorophyll, amino acids, minerals, vitamins, and enzymes. Growing your own wheatgrass is easy and fun – even if you don't have a green thumb!

How To: Propagate iceplants and african violets

to transfer ice plants, take a Styrofoam cup with holes in bottom and sides for drainage. fill cup with potting soil. place cuttings of ice plants into pot, about 2-3 cuttings per cup. keep moist. for African violets, snap off an entire leaf including the stem. fill a Styrofoam cup with water. cover with saran wrap with a rubber band around the edge to keep it tight. cover completely with aluminum foil to keep inside of cup dark. place hole in center of plastic/aluminum foil with a pencil. pl...

How To: Make korokke pan (croquette bun)

Watch this video to learn how to make a tasty snack made from simple ingredients. Peel potatoes; should they have any sprouts remove them. Cut each potato into 2 or 3 pieces. Chop onion finely. Cut horizontally several times; repeat procedure vertically. Chop cabbage into fine, narrow pieces. Place cut potatoes into a pot full of water while adding some salt. When water starts to boil reduce heat a bit. Check potatoes for tenderness and at that stage remove water. Replace pot onto burner. Usi...

How To: Cook Filipino pork sinigang

Heat the pot and put in the cooking oil. sauté the onion until the layers separate. Add the pork belly and cook until the outer part turns light brown. Put in the fish sauce and mix it with the ingredients. Pour in the water and bring it to a boil. Add the taro and tomatoes, then simmer for 40 minutes or until pork is tender. Put in the sinigang mix and chili. Add the string beans (and other vegetables if there are any) and simmer for 5 to 8 minutes. Put in the spinach, turn off the heat, and...

How To: Make Japanese sushi rice without a rice cooker

In this video, Tosh shows us how to make Japanese sushi rice without a rice cooker. Don't have a rice cooker at home and want some delicious sushi rice? No problem! Follow the directions in this video to make some great rice easily. First, you will need to fill a large pot with your desired amount of rice and then rinse it off with water three to four times. Don't use soap, this will just contaminate the rice. After this, drain out the water from the rice using a strainer. Then, put it back i...

How To: Grow and care for tuberous begonias in your garden

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to grow a tuberous begonias. It is recommended to pot the tuberous begonias in the early spring of March. Begin by removing the tuberous from it's bad and discard any packing material. Be gentle and do not remove the buds. Select a small pot that is slightly larger than the tuberous begonias and fill the pot 2/3 with well drained soil less potting mix. The carefully place the tuberous rite-side up in the potting mix and cover it with more mix. Water t...

How To: Make mini polymer clay pot pies for a dollhouse

Garden of Imagination demonstrates how to make miniature polymer clay pot pies. Find miniature bottle caps in the scrap booking section of the craft store. You can use a regular sized bottle cap to make a big pie. Roll a piece of ecru clay into a ball and mold it into the bottle cap. Round the top to give it a pot pie shape. Use a small blade to create seared lines into the pie top. Brush mustard yellow pastel to tint the top of the pie. Brush a brown pastel accent on the top of the pie. Bake...

How To: Make an Italian pot roast

In this video you can learn how to make an Italian pot roast. Put 1 cup of water into crock pot or large cook pot and add Italian seasoning. Slice the baby carrots in thirds or the regular carrots into thin (1/8 inch) slices. Slice the squash and zucchini into thick (1/4 inch) slices. Cut the onion into eight pieces and separate the layers. Peel the potatoes and cut into bite size chunks. Toss it all together and put half of everything into the crock pot or kettle. Add the wine and vinegar. P...

How To: Make a clay pot look like an antique

One way for a middle-aged person to look better than ever is to sit on a patio surrounded by well-aged pots. Flaking, lichen-covered clay pots give the impression that they’ve been around a lot longer than you have. And because antiqued pots look expensive, everyone will think that your investments are doing well and your children have moved out. There are three methods of giving your pots the beauty of antiquity. Two of these techniques take minutes, and the other one takes months.

How To: Make your own kettle corn

In this tutorial, we learn how to make kettle corn. First, prepare a large pot by adding 1/4 c vegetable oil and 3 popcorn kernels. Place the cover on the pot and when those kernels pop, you will know your oil is hot enough. Make sure the pot is placed over a medium high heat while you are doing this. When the oil is hot enough, add 1/2 c popping corn and 1/2 c plain sugar. After this, place the pot on the heat for three seconds, then remove it and shake it for three seconds. This will keep t...

How To: Cook refried pinto beans on an oven range

In this video, we learn how to make refried pinto beans on the oven. You will start out with 1 pound of pinto beans, and take out any rocks or dirty beans. Next, put the beans into a pot and rinse them off with water. After this, put them in a large put and add in 12 c water with a clove of garlic. Let the beans come to a boil, then lower the heat to low and cover the pot. Cook for an hour, then add in 2 tbsp salt. Cook for one more hour, then try them to make sure they are finished. Now add ...

How To: Make Mediterranean-style stuffed cabbage

In this tutorial Maria shows how to make Mediterranean-style stuffed cabbage by just using a few simple steps. For this recipe you will need: 1 pound ground beef, 1 cup round grain rice, 4 tablespoons chopped parsley, 1 1/2 tablespoons all spice, 1 teaspoon black pepper, 2 head garlic, 1 tablespoon dry mint, 1 tablespoon paprika, 3 or 4 crushed garlic, 1 medium chopped onion, salt, 15 oz of tomato sauce, 2 squeezed lemons or limes, and 1 large head of blanched cabbage cut into sections. The f...

How To: Make marinara sauce with fresh ingredients

Thomas DeLuca of Wholesale Italian Food shares his family's recipe for marinara sauce. To begin, add extra virgin olive oil to a heated pan, enough to cover the bottom. Chop 6-8 cloves of fresh garlic and add to the heated oil. Next, add a large can of San Manzano whole tomatoes. They come as whole tomatoes, so mash them a little with a potato masher in the pot. Now it is time for the herbs to be added to the tomatoes to finish up the sauce. Take a large fist full of Italian parsley and remov...

How To: Make crock pot chicken fajitas

In this tutorial, we learn how to make crock pot chicken fajitas. First, you will need 1 1/4 pounds of chicken, 2 onions, 3 cups salsa, crock pot, 1 large red pepper, 1 package of tortillas and your favorite condiments. First, chop up the onions and pepper into thin slices. After this, trim the chicken and cut it into thin slices. Now, you will take the veggies, chicken and salsa and place into a crock pot for 6 hours at low heat. Make sure you stir well to cover all of the veggies and chicke...

How To: Make classic American pot roast

This video is about how to make a classic American pot roast. You start with a chuck roast. You want to start by generously salting and peppering both sides. Heat about 2 tablespoons of canola oil in a skillet and then brown the roast on both sides. Then remove it from the pan and add an onion that's been cut into 8 wedges, 2 carrots that have been cut and peeled into 2 inch pieces. Add a few pieces of time and rosemary. Once the vegetables have a good color you move them to the side and add ...

How To: Make comforting chicken noodle soup with Betty

Are you feeling under the weather? When you are feeling sick, or cold, there is nothing more comforting than a bowl of chicken noodle soup. In this tutorial, Betty makes her favourite soup from scratch, using left over chicken pieces. Betty's soup is low in fat and calories and is guaranteed to make anyone feel better.

How To: Make traditional Cuban flan

This is a basic tutorial about how to make traditional Cuban Flan. Preheat the oven at 350 degrees. Put the sugar into a small sauce pot and place it on the stove over medium heat. Keep turning the pot from one side to the next until the sugar has melted completely. Once the sugar has melted completely, pour the liquid into the 2.5 quart metal mixing bowl. Tip the bowl back and forth so the melted sugar spreads evenly over the bottom and sides of the bowl. Set it aside. In a heavy pot over lo...

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