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How To: Make a home made cough syrup

Although this is not highly recommended, but it still works, you can make your own homemade cough syrup using a few simple ingredients. This is helpful for anyone who is feeling sick and wants to get better in a short amount of time. So, good luck and enjoy!

How To: Make red curry butternut squash

A recipe for Red Curry Butternut Squash from Chef John of Food Wishes. Chef John is dedicated to bringing the best in recipes and cooking survival tips to the screen, but he has outdone himself with this dish. It comes highly recommended! Garnish with green onion and you're set!

How To: Master bass drum technique

In this video drum lesson, you will learn the two most popular bass drum techniques. This includes the heels-up and heels-down methods. Each have their own advantages and disadvantages, so it is highly recommended that you learn both methods.

How To: Create a naughty dramatic purple eye makeup look

When you get tired of doing the same black and brown smokey eyes and need something new to refresh your makeup routine and look, take a gander at this makeup tutorial by MissChievous. Rather than teach you a look that'll make you blend in with the crowd at work, MissChievous shows you how to create an extremely dramatic puple makeup look that incorporates highly pigmented lavender and royal purple shadow along with heavy falsies and blue shimmer.

How To: Do a standing full (backflip 360) freerun trick

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to do a standing full (360 back-flip). Before attempting this trick, it is highly recommended that users have mastered a back-flip. Make sure that you can see he ground in mid-air. Bring your feet together and bend the arms back. Bend your knees and push up with your arms raised up. Then leap up high and twist you body in mid-air. Users may also start twisting the body as they leave the ground. This video will benefit those viewers who are interested ...

How To: Perform hip opening tiger stretches

In this video from Shiva Rea we learn how to perform hip opening tiger stretches in yoga. Shiva oozes with sensuality and loves what she does. Coming forward into a lunge, take right arm in front of right shin, turn head to right side, and come back into the runner's stretch. Next time you come forward you can tuck the left toes under and turn to the left, a give a HA HA cough. And last, come forward, you can come to the edge of the right foot, turn head to the right, and get even lower, and ...

How To: Find the surface area of a rectangular prism

Have a 3 dimensional figure that you can not figure out the surface area? This video teaches the fundamental concepts and techniques of figuring out the surface area of a 3 dimension figure. In this video, the specific shape will be a rectangular prism. The video will assist its viewers in understanding and learning the process of how to find the surface area of this 3 dimensional figure. The method is simple and easy to learn. This is highly recommended to anyone with an interest in math.

How To: Make a hamburger meatloaf

Do you like hamburgers, but feel that hamburgers at restaurants are too unhealthy and not a long term solution to your cravings? Well, this video is your solution. In just 10 minutes, viewers will be taught how to make their very own hamburger meatloaf. Using nothing but basic and simple techniques, the viewers could have tasty and healthy hamburgers in no time. Highly recommended to any person who likes to cook, enjoys a healthy lifestyle and most of all, likes hamburgers.

How To: Origami a pop-up Jack in the Box

Reach new levels of creepiness in your origami hobby by learning how to tuck and fold this origami Jack in the Box. The origami project takes an afternoon to make (the video itself is about an hour long) but the priceless expression on the face of your friend (who happens to have a mortal fear of clowns) will be well worth it.

How To: Program using simple code in Java

Java is a wonderful programming language which is widely used all over the world. To do programming in Java you will need a Java Development Kit which is also called as JDK in short. This can be downloaded from the Java Website for free. To improve and assist in your developmental activities you will also need an IDE, which is an Integrated Development Environment where you can develop, compile and test you code at once place. Though Java code can be written in a normal text pad and compiled ...

How To: Use wood stain

In this video we are shown the proper way to stain wood. For the demonstration in this video our host uses oak cabinets. Wearing rubber gloves, use a rag to apply the coat of stain. You will want to apply two coats of stain followed by a coat of polyurethane to protect your stain and the wood itself. A rag will ensure an even finish, as opposed to a brush that doesn't always get into the cracks and does not get the coverage that a rag does. With a brush you will have to worry about the bristl...

How To: Make an herb roasted turkey with buttermilk brine

Do you like herb roasted turkey? Well, this video is a step-by-step guide on how to make an herb roasted turkey. In just 6 minutes, the viewers will be exposed to a simple and yet delicious recipe on how to make herb roasted turkey. The steps are relatively simple and do not require much cooking experience. Almost any viewer can make this. As a bonus, the video also includes an additional buttermilk brine. Therefore, this is a highly recommended video to anyone who enjoys and wants to cook.

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: Make an apple bong

Need a bong? Have nothing except for a pencil and an apple? Well, with this video you will have your bong in no time. This video is a step by step guide to constructing your very own bong out of an apple. In just a minute, this video shows viewers exactly how to accomplish that. In addition, after usage the apple could be consumed and be easily disposed of. Hence, this video is highly recommended to anyone who uses a bong.

How To: Add watermarks to your PDF documents in Acrobat 9 Pro

Do you have PDF documents that you want to make sure people know belongs to you? Don't want people to use your PDF documents without permission? Well, this video will teach you exactly how to add watermarks to your documents using Acrobat 9 Pro. The watermarks will stay on the documents, so that who ever uses it will know who the document belongs to. This is very useful in protecting your content from being used without your permission or credit. This is a short 3 minute video, the steps are ...

How To: Design like an architect with asymmetry

Ever dreamed of becoming an architect? Well in this video, the viewers will be instantly thrown into the world of an architect. The video demonstrates and shows how to design like an architect with nothing much than just asymmetrical designs. The video goes in-depth with the idea of asymmetry, what it is and how it functions in architecture. The video is quick paced and very educational. It is highly recommended for any one who wants to become an architect or simply enjoys innovative structur...

How To: Mix a classic Old Fashioned mixed drink cocktail

The Old Fashioned is one of America's earliest cocktails. It has very few ingredients, but is very complex and is quite challenging. Brown sugar syrup adds extra flavor and works very well with the bourbon. If you use a different base, such as Crown Royal Canadian whiskey, brown sugar syrup might be too overpowering. Bitters is an important part of the Old Fashioned and the amount is entirely up to you (although omitting the bitters is not an option). Adding the orange zest is highly recommen...

How To: Protect your hands in boxing with a correct handwrap

Quinten shows us how to protect your hands in boxing using a correct hand wrap in this video. When you punch something, you put a lot of pressure on your hands and wrists so wrapping your hands before this is highly recommended. First, start on one end of the wrap and put your thumb through the loop at the end. Go over the top of the wrist first, then go over the top of the hand over the knuckles. Keep your fingers parted so the wrap doesn't become too tight at the end. Go between the knuckle...

How To: Draw cartoon girl clothing

Michael, a graphic designer, teaches us how to draw a cartoon girl's clothing. He draws this image in some light shaded pencil. He draws her hair, ear and the basic outline of her face. He then draws her basic build which is her chest, her arms and her legs. He uses a marker to highlight his strokes. He uses clean, precise, straight strokes and when drawing cartoon figures, this type of drawing technique is highly recommended. After drawing the girl, you can go ahead and decorate her clothing!

How To: Know which documents to have while traveling

Planning your vacation? Going on a trip? You definitely do not want to be caught without all your necessary documents. In this video, the viewers will be exposed to the basic list of documents that the viewers should bring with them on their trips. In addition, this video will describe some of the common problems that people encounter while traveling and offer basic solutions for these problems. Therefore, this video is highly recommended for any individual who may go on a trip at some point ...

How To: Make a strap lock for guitar

In this guitar tutorial, learn this great tip on how to make your own strap lock system for musical instruments. No modifications are required to the original buttons or button holes. They can be easily removed and replaced if necessary. They are sometimes called "lock-picks." Of course, these don't have to be made from a pick (although the nylon material is highly recommend), but guitarists don't go to the hardware store for parts. Make a strap lock for your guitar and play guitar with ease!

How To: Replace a Headlight Switch for a 1998-2003 Dodge Durango.

If your headlights are not working when you pull the switch or if your turn signals are the only things working, Then your headlight switch might be broken. This is often due to loose connections or wear and tear on the part itself. The first thing I would highly recommend before starting this project is to make sure that your connections at the headlights are tight. You can test this by simply putting a piece of foil in the connector or by bending the prongs slightly. Also check to see if yo...

How To: Get "True Blood" vampire queen Sophie Anne's look

Hey there True Blood fans! With season three of this highly acclaimed and highly addictive show in full swing, we're more anxious than ever to steal the looks of our favorite actresses. Whether you dig Sookie Stackhouse's girl next door glam or Tara's minimal neutral tones, there's a look that's adaptable to your tastes.

How To: Customize your inbox views in Gmail to better organize your email

The Gmail interface is highly customizable, allowing you to organize your email messages in a variety of ways. One of the best ways to organize the email is by changing your inbox view. By trying a different inbox view mode, you can prioritize your email messages by importance, unread order, starred emails, and more. So give the different inbox views a spin and see if it helps you better manage your Gmail messages.

How To: Perform an advanced butterfly twist (B-twist) acrobatic flip

If you're into urban tricking, parkour and freerunning, you probably know all about the B-twist. It's also a move highly used in gymnastics and acrobatics, and it's full name is the butterfly twist, which is an awesome aerial twist flip. This video tutorial, from superstar Andrea Catozzi, will show you the steps to performing a simple butterfly twist from the standing position. Good luck!

How To: Solo over Carlos Santana's "Samba Pa Ti" on ukulele

Ever wanted to solo over the chord progression from Carlos Santana's "Samba Pa Ti" on your ukulele? Who hasn't, right? This ukulele lesson presents a quick overview of a highly adaptable G scale pattern that works over the progression in Carlos' Santana's "Samba Pa Ti." For more information, or to get started soloing over Santana's "Samba Pa Ti" on your own ukulele, take a look.

How To: Do the Palestrina Stitch

Here's another video tutorial from Needle 'n Thread for hand embroidery stitches - this one is for the Palestrina stitch. Palestrina stitch is used for outlining or filling and is common in both Jacobean designs as well as in Mountmellick embroidery, the latter because it gives a highly textured line or fill area.

How To: Extend the life of your carpet

This video shooting taken at Pacific Home Furnishings explains the way to extend the life of your carpet. The lady presenting the video explains us the ways that can help extend your carpet's life. She says that when you go shopping for the carpet, after thinking about your budget, the next important thing to consider is the underlayment. She presents us with some samples of underlayment ranging in quality and pricing. First she about the least expensive one which she calls the after thought ...

How To: Dehydrate Food Without a Dehydrator

I grew up in a rural town, and that meant that we dehydrated a lot of food. Even with a hungry family of five, there was no way that we could eat all of the season's tomatoes before they molded, or all of the orchard's apples before they grew soft, or all of the wild mushrooms that we picked. And so our dehydrator was always getting a good workout.

How To: Ignite a piece of charcloth with a knife and flint

Building a fire in the wild is key to survival. A simple way to get the job done is with a piece of charcloth (carbonized cotton fiber). Charcloth makes for a highly effective piece of tinder to ensure you'll have a warm fire tonight. You'll need your hardened steel, your sparking stone, dry leaves or sticks and of course your piece of charcloth. Get cooking!

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