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How To: Play "You Are My Favourite" by Sophie Madeleine on the ukulele

Want to play Sophie Madeleine's "You Are My Favourite" ("You Are My Favorite") on your ukulele? Learn how with this free video ukulele lesson from Sophie herself. Whether you play the ukulele or bass kazoo, there is no better way to improve your chops than by learning to play your favorite songs. Not only is it more fun and much easier than running drills or memorizing a chord book by wrote, it's obviously also a wonderful way to build your repertory of songs. For more information, and to get...

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 caramel coated popcorn at home with Betty

Caramel popcorn is a great American tradition - whether you are at the ballgame or the movie theatre, everyone loves this tasty treat! In this tutorial, Betty shows you how to make this sweet and salty staple at home, fresh out of the oven. So, grab a blanket, your favourite flick and cuddle up on the sofa with this delicious snack!

How To: Make a simple garlic compound butter

Compound butter is just flavoured butter. LegourmetTV shows you how to make garlic butter, which is a good companion to fresh bread. One clove of roasted garlic is added to half a cup of unsalted butter to make simple garlic compound butter. You can also add cinnamon and sugar to butter for toast. Alternatively, you can even add any of your favourite herbs to melt down a steak. You can also shape the butter into a log, wrap it up in baking paper and keep it in the refrigerator for storage. Th...

How To: Cook Thai style corn soup

Here is soup recipe similar to corn chowder with added twist. Follow along in this cooking how-to video to learn how to make a Thai style corn soup. Thai simply implies that this corn soup will be a tad on the spicy side.

How To: Creating Unique and Safe Passwords, Part 1 Using Wordlists

Greetings fellow hackers. This tutorial is about creating "safe" passwords. This is different from strong passwords. Safe passwords is just creating a password that is not used by someone else or colleague, my definition. But how do you prevent something like this from happening? Of course you won't ask your friend if s|he is using the password you are about to create. Before I show you some of my tele-psychic powers like Professor Xavier, you might want to read this for advice on creating "s...

How To: Steal a Geeky Girl's Heart

Yes, boys. It’s true. It’s here. IT’S FOR REAL!! I am here to provide a list of things that boys should do (meaning they don’t do these things very often, probably why us girls think it’s adorable when they do) when they are pursuing one of us lovely ladies. There is a lot more to making her fall for you than you think, and yes, it’s the little things. The opened doors, the little touches, the tiny encouragements. Those are the things that matter. So here we go...

How To: Fill a 7 Hour Layover in Guangzhou

One of the down-sides of international long-haul travel is layovers between flights in unfamiliar places. We have a flight to Europe this year via Guangzhou, China, and I've been putting together my notes on how to make the best use of 7 hours between flights, which I'd like to share.

How To: 9 Creative Uses for All Those Holiday Wine Corks

While most people build collections of things with intrinsic value such as coins, stamps, or rare post cards, I collect wine corks—the natural ones, not the plastic kind. Corks are a natural product harvested from the cork oak tree. It takes the better part of 10 to 12 years before a tree can have its bark manually removed for the production of cork. Thankfully, no tree is harmed in the process and in 12 years, the tree bark can be harvested yet again.

GENRE JAM: West Side Story (1961)

There's gonna be a rumble.... For this week's GJ article, I thought I would jump right into talking about a mortal-lock favourite of mine: West Side Story. If you haven't seen it (and a lot of folks havent - dudes especially) and you want a lesson in filmmaking craft from a bonafide master then you kind of owe it to yourself to rent this undisputed gem.

How To: Bake a boiled chocolate cake like mom use to make

Ever crave desserts the way your mom use to make them? Well this cooking how-to video shows you how to bake a chocolate cake the way mum or mom use to make. Follow along as Waz masters a family favourite recipe handed down from his nana for "boiled" chocolate cake. Chocolate cake never tasted so good. Bake a boiled chocolate cake like mom use to make.

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