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News: Fantastic Food Deals for Super Bowl 50

The big day is nearly here... Super Bowl 50 kicks off this Sunday, February 7, at 3:30 p.m. PST (6:30 p.m. EST). And whether you're having a giant party or watching the game on your big-screen TV by yourself, there's one thing you probably won't be doing: cooking food in your kitchen.

How To: Take fantastic scenery/landscape photos with an iPhone

There's no need to lug a big, heavy camera around all day when you have a perfectly good one already sitting in your pocket. In this tutorial, learn how to set up your iPhone so that you can capture high quality landscape shots. If you find yourself staring at a beautiful sunset with no camera in sight, just reach for your phone and follow these easy tips to get a great snap. No one will even be able to tell you used a cell phone if you do it right, so give it a try tonight!

How To: Marinate and grill meat or fish for fantastic flavor

In this clip, Chefs Beau MacMillan and Anne Burrell teach you the secrets of marinating and grilling your meat or fish. A perfectly marinated filet can mean the difference between a tasty meal and a bland one. Follow along with the Chefs as they show you how to grill up your dinner like a professional and bring out the unique flavors in both your meat and your marinade. Enjoy!

How To: Draw Susan Storm from the Fantastic 4

Did you enjoy Fantastic 4? Was your favorite character Susan Storm? Well, this video is a comprehensive step by step guide to how to draw Susan Storm from Fantastic 4. The video gives very clear and simple instructions. There are very few requirements other than that the viewer should have a pencil and paper. The video gives great advice on how to draw female characters in general. By the end of the video, viewers should have a good idea on how to draw not just Susan Storm, but most female ch...

How To: Roast fantastic Cornish hens with a balsamic marinade

Cornish game hens are a truly a magnificent meal to serve up for any occasion! So tender and juicy! But if you are a little stuck as to what you want to do with then you're in luck! In this great video you will learn how to make Cornish game hens with a fantastic balsamic marinade that'll have your mouth watering!

How To: Origami a fantastic hungry bat

Just take a piece of square paper, and fold along with this video to get a paper bat! Memorize it (it's really easy!) and show off your skills at your next Halloween party - or use it as decoration, whether for your costume, or the house. Using paper that's black on one side and white on the other is most effective! The video explains how to fold the model "hungry bat" that was designed by Anita Barbour.

The Thing-O'-Lantern: How to Build the Fantastic Four's "Thing" Out of Smashed Up Pumpkins

Of all the ways you can use pumpkins for Halloween decorations, this has got to be one of the most creative. Redditor wizardtig used pumpkin shards to construct a 6'4" replica of the Fantastic Four's Thing. Does this technically count as a jack-o'-lantern? Under the eleven pumpkins that got smashed to bits for this project is a wooden frame wrapped in chicken wire, with the pumpkin pieces attached to the wire. You can check out more photos of the build process on his Imgur album.

How To: Prepare fantastic Jamaican jerk chicken

Lucinda Scala Quinn, a host of the PBS series Everyday Food, shares her recipe for Jamaican jerk chicken. Ingredients you will need are scallions, garlic cloves, Scotch bonnet peppers, fresh thyme, ground allspice, freshly ground pepper, course salt and a whole chicken with the backbone removed. Prepare fantastic Jamaican jerk chicken.

How To: Apply the CAGED system with arpeggios

So you've gotten down the CAGED system, fantastic! You're on your way to be a master of your fretboard! But if you're not sure what else you can do with the CAGED system, try the lesson in this video. You will learn how to arpeggiate your chords in the CAGED system up and down the neck, which if sped up, could be a really awesome lead up for a solo!

How To: Make a traditional Vietnamese Pho

Pho (pronounced Fa) is a fantastic traditional Vietnamese dish, a little on the spicy side, but oh so good! Instead of going out to a Vietnamese restaurant to buy some, why not make your own!? In this video you will learn how to make a traditional version of Pho that will be searing your tastebuds in no time!

How To: Add rhythmic variety to your solo on guitar with Jeff Marshal

Just playing the same sixteenth notes over and over and over again in your solos can become stale after a while, and even if you learn every scale and every lick in the world, if you play them all with the same rhythmic dictation, it can get stale fast and you will lose a lot of your audience members! In this fantastic video lesson, Jeff Marshal, instructor at Musician's Institute, gives you an in depth look into adding rhythmic varieties into your solos.

How To: Use gray cards to find white balance, exposures & more on a digital SLR camera

This fantastic, in-depth video dives into the gray card in probably every imaginable way that you could think using the Nikon D3 . Going over various different lighting it can be used for, custom white balance for preset manual, gray source point for white balance correction, accurate exposure in spot metering mode, and adjusting the camera's LCD display brightness, on top of a ton of information!

How To: Get yourself an agent in Los Angeles

In this video, producer and actress Kathleen Cooke, offers advice on how to find a fantastic agent in LA. You won't find much success in Hollywood without representation, so listen to Kathleen's advice and make sure you choose the right one and how to impress them so that they sign you.

How To: Play George Formby style banjo uke

If you are a beginner, you should find this very useful. Learn how to get started in GF uke style by learning two basic techniques. First the split stroke, which is the foundation for most of the other GF style strokes, and secondly the thumb roll (or "triple"), which adds a bit of extra interest. Even though these are just two of the techniques, when used together, they can sound fantastic.

How To: Mount deer antlers

This video is fantastic and very detailed on how to mount deer antlers. He carves the antlers off a deer head, then boils them to remove the meat, finally he mounts them on a piece of wood. For this professional taxidermy tutorial you may need a hack saw. Oh also, you need a deer head.

How To: Make musical instruments from household items

This SUPER cool video shows how to make some fantastic percussion instruments out of items you can easily find around your house, or for cheap around your neighborhood. From plastic pails, PVC pipes, tin cans, buckets, 45 gallon drums and more. This video is short, but very inspiring when you see what cool things you can build on your own. Musical instruments can cost thousands of dollars, but with this video you can make dozens of instruments from items around your home!

How To: Auto-tune your vocals in Audacity for free

T-Pain, Cher, heck, most of the new artists these days use auto-tune, some over use it. With technology it isn't so much of a question of, "do we need to do it?" and more of "why aren't we doing it!?" Well, if you're looking for an easy way to add auto-tune to your vocal tracks, or your voice in recordings, and are looking to spend the fantastic price of FREE then check out this video! You will learn what programs you will need to download (Audacity, Audacity VST, ect.) and then how to set yo...

How To: Play various harmonics on the guitar

Various guitar players have made harmonics, and pinch harmonics, a popular guitar technique that has inspired a generation. Guitar players like Zakk Wylde, Andy McKee, Eddie Van Halen, and other amazing players have all contributed their own style of incorporating them into their songs. It's a simple technique of holding your finger over the fret wire without pressing down. It has to be over the fret wire, not while your finger is actually in the fret. In this fantastic video you'll learn how...

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