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How To: Create the hazy smoky eye look

With clients like Hilary Duff, Penelope Cruz, and Sarah Michele Geller walking the red carpet, Rachel Goodwin is in demand. We were lucky to hang with Rachel for the day, we begged her to share the secret to her signature smoky eye. Rachel generously gave us a very detailed tutorial to create the look. You won’t be disappointed.

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 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: Spike your hair like the Jersey Shore, step by step

In this how to video, you will learn how to spike your hair. You will need hair spray, a comb, and a blow dryer. You will also need a mirror that you can set up on the floor. First, wash your hair. Next, scrub it with shampoo. Once it is rinsed out, dry it with a towel. Comb out all the kinks in your hair. Now, generously apply hair spray to your hair. Next, utilize gravity by hanging your head over above the floor. This will create perfect spikes. Use the blow dryer on your hair while doing ...

How To: Get a super sleek cool hair style for men

In this how to video, you will learn how to make a great, sleek hair style with Rasmus. You will need a GHD straight iron and heat protector. You will also need Renati Rock Hard and American Crew grooming cream. First, spray your hair. Once this is done, work it through with your hands. Next, use the GHD straight iron on your hair to straighten it. Once this is done, comb it. Now, mix the two products mentioned before together in your palm. Once they are mixed in your palm, apply generously t...

How To: Make a panzanella salad with crab and avocado

This week's recipe is a Secret Ingredient team favorite. Not only is it a brilliant use for leftover bread, it's a lively salad of peppery arugula tossed in roasted tomato vinaigrette, topped with toasted goat cheese and generously garnished with Whole Catch™ Wild Caught Crab. Summer salads don't get much better than this!

How To: Make beef short ribs braised w/wild mushrooms & tomato

These lovely beef short ribs with wild mushrooms and tomato are just made for a cool fall or winter night. The succulent beef short ribs are slowly stewed in the earthy mushroom and tomato sauce until fork-tender, ready to then be piled on some mashed potatoes. Dried mushrooms are easy to find in any large grocery store, and just a small amount adds tons of flavor to this short ribs recipe.

How To: Make a hearty white bean tuna niçoise salad

Take a bowl with sliced raw shallot and layer in some halved cherry tomatoes. Add in a cup of white beans, then a can of italian tuna, drain the oil (packed in olive oil) and break it up a little as you add. Add a big handful pitted calamata olives, cut in half. Take a couple of teaspoons of mustard, and whisk in a tablespoon of balsamic vineger, and drizzle in a couple tablespoons of olive oil. Add salt and pepper generously, becuase there is bread in this salad. Add the dressing to your sal...

How To: Create long lasting curls for straight hair

If you have very fine, straight hair and have always had a hard trying to keep your strands curled, this video will give you a look into steps you can follow to solve that problem. Before starting on your hair, collect all the necessary tools which include: flat iron, hair clips, Velcro rollers, hair tie, and comb with pointed tip. To start, prepare your hair by adding mousse. Don’t forget to also add a heat resistant chemical to avoid damage and breakage in hair. Then work with the upper t...

How To: Make a holiday "no knead" pumpkin bread

Chef John from Food Wishes demonstrates how to make no knead pumpkin bread for the holidays. First, add a half a cup of plain pumpkin puree, a cup of warm water, 1/4 of a teaspoon of yeast, 1 1/4 teaspoons of salt and a dash of pumpkin spice to a mixing bowl. Whisk the ingredients together. Then, add three cups of all purpose flour. Mix the ingredients with a spatula. Cover the bowl with a barely damp towel and let the pumpkin dough rise for 12 to 16 hours. Next, generously cover a baking she...

How To: Make mincemeat croissants

This video illustrates to Make Mincemeat Croissants. The ready made croissants are sold in the super markets. Buy one and remove the wrapper around the croissants. Unroll the croissant and cut the pastry into triangles. Pizza wheel can work better than a knife. Cut lengthways to make smaller triangles, spoon some readymade mincemeat onto the pastry. Carefully roll the pastry up from the wide end, rest them on a baking sheet lined with the baking parchment. Try mixing in 1 or 2 tablespoons of ...

How To: Create the Elvira "Mistress of the Dark" makeup look

Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, was created in 1981 by Cassandra Peterson. She was the hostess of a local Hollywood horror movie show that became nationally syndicated. Elvira was the first horror host to be nationally syndicated, first person to be broadcast in 3-D on TV, and first female celebrity to do a national beer campaign and market her own beer.

How To: Make a triple orange angel food cake with Sandra Lee

Sandra Lee in this video shows how to make triple orange angel food cake. She takes a pack of angel food cake mix in a bowl and adds the juice of mandarin oranges with water to it. A tablespoon of orange zest is added to the bowl and mixed well. This goes into a pan sprayed nicely and generously with cooking spray. Half a can of the mandarin oranges are popped into the cake batter. This is baked in a pre-heated oven to 350 degrees. The uneven top of the cooked cake is removed. The rest of the...

How To: Cook honey BBq ribs

This video shows us how to make a half a slab of honey barbeque ribs. First thing you want to do is take the membrane off the back. Then you want to make your dry rub and this is a mixture of spices to rub on the ribs. In this demonstration we use salt, pepper, granulated garlic, ground red pepper, ground cumin, ground paprika, brown sugar, and a little sage. Don't leave out the brown sugar, it's the most important spice in the rub. Cover the ribs generously with the rub on the front and back...

How To: Paint your nails with a summer rainbow stripe design

This video on nail art shows how to paint your nails with a summer rainbow stripe design. The nail colors needed for this design are yellow, orange and pink, a glittery color, a transparent clear polish and a black thin nail polish. The first step is to color only the bottom of the bare nail with yellow, here neon colors are used. Next the middle portion with orange and the tip with the pink color. Quick drying polishes can be applied one after the other or else the colors are applied after d...

How To: Make mini cheesecakes with a tangy topping

This recipe from Betty's Kitchen shows how to make mini cheesecakes. She uses a muffin tin and makes a graham cracker crumb crust. She makes graham cracker crumbs by crushing the crackers in a Ziploc bag with a rolling pin. She generously greases each cup in the muffin tin with butter with her hands, then puts in some graham cracker crumbs and presses them down. To make the filling, use three egg yolks, two packages of cream cheese, 3/4 cup sugar, and mix. Fold in three beaten egg whites. Fil...

How To: Make grilled lobster

Beryl Stokes shows us how to make ‘Grilled Lobster’, in this video. She begins by making butter sauce, taking some butter in a saucepan. As the butter melts, she adds the juice of half a lemon and a tablespoon of minced garlic. Subsequently, some chopped green onions are added and the mixture is sautéed for a couple of minutes. Next, she takes two lobsters tails and turns them over. Using kitchen scissors, she cuts them open from the center (you could cut the topside if you prefer). Using a k...

How To: Get a free drink from a bartender

Everyone likes free things, and everyone likes drinking. Combine the two and you've got one happy hour. You will need no expectations, a smile on your face, basic common courtesy, and some money. Never ask for a freebie. It doesn’t work, and since most bartenders have good memories, you’ll always be known as the cheapskate. Be polite

How To: Make grilled eggplant

Enjoy some eggplant at your next barbecue. If there's any left over, blend it with a little lemon, garlic, and salt and you've got a tasty baba ghanoush. Watch this video to learn how to make grilled eggplant.

How To: Make Indian andhra chicken pulao

In this video, you'll learn how to make a delicious Indian dish called andhra chicken pulao. It's a great one-pot meal, and a delicious weekday alternative to your old meat and potatoes standby. Spice it up in the kitchen and switch it up with this delicious Indian dish!

How To: Generate good karma

Karma is an idea that exists in the Hindu, Buddhist, Jain, and Sikh religions, which simply holds that all actions have consequences. In other words: karma’s not a bitch, but you might be. If so, here’s how to start sending the world good vibrations. Learn how to store up some good karma for yourself.

Weird Ingredient Wednesday: Zucchini Blossoms

Those ordinary green zucchini you see in the market are hiding a lovely, delicious secret: Actually, all summer squashes produce these delightful blooms, but the zucchini's are most frequently used for eating since they taste the best: fresh, clean, and zucchini-like, but with a little something extra. They used to be a rarity at supermarkets, so you had to have a garden or a gardener friend who would generously share the bounty with you.

Snapchat 101: How to Turn On Ghost Mode for Snap Map to Keep Your Location Private

Snapchat recently updated their Android and iPhone apps with a new feature called Snap Map which lets you share your current location with other Snapchatters, as well as see their current locations. It may sound like an interesting new feature, but sharing your exact location with all of your Snapchat followers is dangerous, to say the least. Luckily, it's easy to turn this feature off.

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