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How To: Make pasta with chicken and mushrooms

Here at Wonder How To, we love pasta. It's probably not the best addiction to have, at least not for our waistline, but getting our daily load of carbs sure feels good for the soul (and the tongue). Which is why we're diging this recipe for a delicious, creamy pasta with chicken and mushrooms.

How To: Always win in napkin chess

This week: a rigged game of skill & a simple sucker bet! Check out this video if you want to learn how to beat anyone in a simple game that can be played anywhere with coins and a napkin. Some might call it magic, others call it skill.

How To: Cut cards (shuffle cards) with one hand

Want to look totally pro when you deal blackjack, or even just when you're playing Go Fish with your friends? Then check out this easy yet super impressive card shuffling trick. Cutting cards can either be boring or a spectacle, so add some spice to your card game by shuffling it impressively in one hand.

How To: Make a matzo bread covered in olive oil

If you love garlic bread then we can guarantee you'll love this matzo bread recipe. First eaten in Egypt by the Jews after passover, matzo bread was made flat and unleavened because the Jews had been forced to leave Egypt and had little time to bake traditionally puffed bread. The recipe survives today and is redone by Mark Bittman in this episode of The Minimalist.

How To: Make pasta with crisp prosciutto, peas, and greens

Pasta topped with fresh cheese and veggies is one of the healthiest and most delightful complements to summer dishes. We can imagine chowing down on this pasta topped with crisp prosciutto, peas, and fresh greens out on the balcony of our beach house (this IS a fantasy after all) with a glass of red wine in hand and a trashy novel.

How To: Tether iPhone 4 using HANDYLIGHT without jailbreaking

If you ever wanted to tether your iPhone but found your carriers’ prices ridiculously high, then meet HANDYLIGHT. This $0.99 iPhone app has a nice hidden feature. It will allow you to connect to the internet using your iPhone (i.e. tether). There’s no guarantee that this app will stay in the app store much longer (or even on your phone after you purchase it), so use it at your own risk.

How To: Add rhinestones to your hair for a special occasion

Prom and wedding seasons are fast approaching and there will soon be a ton of occasions where you will need to dress up. In this tutorial, learn how to take some normal craft rhinestones from Michaels or any craft store and velcro them into your hair. By using velcro, you will guarantee the stones stay put in your hair for the entire evening. Adding stones to your hair creates an ethereal, starry night hair look that is perfect for any formal event!

How To: Create candyland chic Christmas candy trees

We can't guarantee that these candy trees will still be there the next day if you happen to have a few candy-obsessed kids running around the house! As short or as long as they last, these candy trees are a gorgeous compliment to your holiday decor. When untouched, these trees can be brought out year after year to delight Christmas guests.

How To: Make moist Moroccan almond macaroons

Is it tea time once again? We're sure you and your guests adore your cucumber and mayo tea sandwiches and your onion-marinated mushrooms, but how about spicing things up once in a while? While you don't usually imagine Moroccan cookies when you think about high English tea, these Moroccan cookies may just be the perfect compliment to a fresh kettle of Earl Gray.

How To: Improve golf pitching with the basic techniques

In this tutorial, golf pro Chris Toulson demonstrates pitching basics including set up, wrist hinge, turning of the body and finish position. It is important to know these details when you play golf in order to guarantee the right swing. If you are a beginner, or just need some help with your swing, follow along with this video and learn some useful pro tips.

How To: Use Live Trace in Illustrator CS3

Morty Golding is back again to show us how to utilize Adobe Illustrator's live trace tool to convert bitmaps into vector drawings. Vector drawings guarantee that your graphics stay the same across multiple platforms and when printing. So learn how to use live trace and create vector graphics in Illustrator.

How To: Make fried French beignets (French doughnuts)

The French sure know how to make good food. Beignets, which are fried French doughnuts, are like American doughnuts but are much more tender and soft, and the flavor is not quite as sugary as the American stuff. This makes beignets easily savorable alone for those who don't like too much sugar and with mountains of powdered sugar for those with a sweet tooth.

How To: Play "Handlebars" by Flobots on the violin

In this video our musician friend is trying to teach the viewers how to play "Handlebars" by Flo bots on the violin . This proves to be quite a special lesson because it consist in using your finger from your right hand to pinch the chords of the instrument . He is showing us the best technique to use and the correct notes to sing this difficult song . After following the instruction of this step by step video , you will have a whole new vision regarding this rare way of playing the violin . ...

How To: Install hardwood floors in your home

In this follow up video from Lowe's home improvement series, Mike Kraft demonstrates how to install hardwood flooring in your home. If you haven't watched it yet, be sure to check out the video on how to prepare your subfloor for installation of hardwood or laminate flooring, to be sure that your flooring lasts. In this video Mike provides a detailed list of the tools you will need to get this job done right, as well as some great tips on how to prepare your materials to guarantee a job well ...

How To: Download music from MySpace without software

The video was excellent, and it could help some people download music fast and easy. The guy also takes us to a process in which it could be followed easily. He tells us how to download it and where to download it. He tells us what we need and were to copy and paste some stuff. Also he tells us other useful stuff such as: we can also download movies, application, images, etc. on that page. Following the steps will guarantee an excellent download.

How To: Read an Italian wine label

Supple Wine demonstrates how to read an Italian wine label. Reading an Italian wine label can be tricky because in Italy there are more grape varieties grown than the rest of the world put together. The first thing to note on a wine label is the producer. Then, note the vintage year. Research what years are good for the different regions. Then, see the name of the wine like Chianti Classico. Chianti is a region within Tuscany. There are sub regions within Chianti that have specific characteri...

How To: Prepare buttered prawns with egg floss

If you're looking for a sumptuous dinner idea tonight, why not try this buttered prawn dish with egg floss? We know that "egg floss" sounds weird (no, it's not like tooth floss), but it's actually those really thin, tender pieces of egg that float in egg drop soups. They're an attractive way to add flavor to any dish.

How To: Origami cranes for good luck

According to Japanese legend, folding 1,000 paper cranes in one year will guarantee your wish will come true. A young girl named Sadako did just that in 1955 and wished for world peace—the origami crane has been an international symbol of peace ever since.

How To: Come up with a restaurant business plan

In this video from yourbusinesspal she talks about starting a restaurant business plan. Do you start with a restaurant from scratch with your own ideas or do you buy into an existing franchise? Starting on your own could be fun because you can come up with the whole concept of the business and use your imagination. Buying into an existing one can be fun and challenging as well. You can already buy into one with a successful record. There's no guarantee of success though. The main way to incre...

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