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How To: Make sloppy joes from scratch with Betty

Do you love Sloppy Joes but hate using those pre-made Joe packets from the supermarket? Well, you're in luck because in this tutorial, Betty offers up her from scratch Joe recipe. It's still just as messy as the store bought kind, and even more delicious. Kids and adults both love these messy, ooey, gooey sandwiches, so get them ready for your next dinner or BBQ!

How To: Make speedy sloppy joes with the Food Network

This video describes the procedure of making "sloppy joes." It is recommended to use ground turkey because of the texture and even the health factor of the meat. He uses pork and beef and adds a little bit of oil to a pan and browns the meat. He uses both of those meats for the texture of the fat and flavor. He lets the meat get brown and then adds the vegetables. He says to save the fat from the meat to cook the vegetables in. He adds red onion and green peppers so the colors are bright and ...

How To: Make Ruusvuu's fabulous spaghetti sauce

The Singing Gourmet demonstrates how he makes his delicious spaghetti sauce. He starts by heating some extra virgin olive oil in the pan. Then he adds some Trader Joe’s crushed garlic and browns it slowly so it doesn’t burn. Next he puts in some Italian sausage and lets it get nicely browned, then some wine (any kind of wine will work). After that he adds a large dose of Italian seasoning, some garlic powder, a bottle of roasted garlic spaghetti sauce and a can of marinara sauce. To make ...

Get Creative: 5 Game-Changing Recipes for Canned Biscuit Dough

In my opinion, biscuits made from scratch (American biscuits, that is, not the British kind) are just flat out amazing, but I'm typically too lazy to actually make them. That's why I always have a can/tube of refrigerated biscuits on hand. They're not only good for quick biscuits and gravy or as a simple side of bread, they can be used for so much more—sweet or savory!

How To: Make Copycat Trader Joe's Spices at Home

The spice selection at Trader Joe's is both inexpensive and truly top-notch. According to their site, they deal with some of the highest-quality spice manufacturers in the world and, in working with them directly, they eliminate hidden costs spent on promotions, brand-building, and advertising. This allows the customer to experiment with new flavors and build up their spice rack—without the usual limiting factor of high cost. If you don't have access to a Trader's in your culinary neck of the...

How To: This Is Quite Possibly the Best Meal-On-A-Stick Ever Invented

The gold standard of great foods on a stick is reserved for honey battered corn dogs and shish kabob (which is surprisingly spelled just like it sounds). But when I saw this absolutely amazing concoction of breakfast food combined with the queen of meats, I fell in love. Now, if you are looking at this picture and still don't know what it is, you are definitely not a chicken and waffles fan, otherwise you would have figured it out right away. I mean, what else goes well with syrup-drenched wa...

How To: Install a toilet for the Average Joe (or Jane)

When renovating the bathroom, it's always great to get rid of the old and welcome the new. Whether it's tiles, paint, or even the toilet. If you're looking to replace your old toilet with a new one, it can be hard when it comes to installing the new one. So in this tutorial, you'll be finding out how to install a toilet for you Average Joe's, or Jane's. So good luck, pay attention, and be careful. Enjoy!

How To: 6 Delicious Ways to Cook with Coffee

No offense to water, but if I could survive on coffee alone, I would. I swear I'm not addicted... I just really, really, really love the taste of a cuppa joe, whether it's hot, cold, frothed, milked, flavored, plain, whatever! And while my favorite thing to do with coffee will always be to drink it, recently I've become crazy about using coffee in cooking.

How To: Grill Pizza Like a Pro

When I was a kid, there was just pizza. You ordered from whatever nationwide chain was near you and they made your pizza in an oven. There certainly weren't these highfalutin pizza subsets that have more choices than a cheese shop. Wood-fired, brick oven, artisanal, make-your-own — it's enough to make you long for simpler times.

How To: Open up a coconut in three different ways

This video is presented by Coco Joe from CocoJoesCoconuts. The video starts by demonstrating the technique for getting the coconut water from young coconuts. Coco Joe first uses a coconut opening tool by inserting it into the top part of the coconut and prying off the very top of the coconut. Next, he inserts the coconut opening tool directly into the top of the coconut resulting in a nice round opening. Joe then demonstrates the same technique with a 3 inch pocketknife. Finally, Joe demonstr...

How To: Draw a cartoon wiener dog

Not a very good artist? Well Joe makes it simple for anyone to create a great looking wiener dog! First he starts with the eyes. He draws two large circles then adds the dots for eyes. Joe gives them a little personality by making the eyes a little cross eyed. He next moves down to the nose where he draws a small round circle and fills it in. Next he follows his way down and creates the long body for the dog. He even includes realistic aspects such as eyebrows and a smiling mouth. Learn from ...

How To: Choose a Charles Shaw wine

Yes! Here it is. A video dispelling the myth of the two buck chuck (or $3 or $4 as the bottle may be). So if you're familiar with this Trader Joe's staple then you'll want to check out this video and find out if you should waste your time on the 2 buck chucks.

How To: Replace possessive nouns and adjectives with pronoun

In this video, we learn how to replace possessive nouns and adjectives with pronouns. Using pronouns to replace possessive nouns and adjectives is simple, an example includes: Joe's car is dirty, would change to, his car is dirty, or it is dirty. Another example of this is "Sara's shoes are outside" would be "her shoes are outside", or "they are outside". "The workers' lunches are in the refrigerator", would be "their lunches are in the refrigerator", or "they are in the refrigerator". Practi...

How To: Make Trader Joe's Must-Have Speculoos Cookie Butter at Home

If you've never heard of cookie butter, it must be because you live in a town where there's no Trader Joe's. It was their most popular item in 2012, and when it started to become popular, the Internet promptly went nuts, posting recipe after recipe using it as an ingredient. For those of you who don't live near a Trader Joe's but still want to see what all the fuss is about, there's good news—you can make it at home—and you don't need spiced Speculoos shortcrust biscuits either!

How To: Mix a Joe Crow cocktail

Once again the enigmatic Manuel from the popular program "Mixing with the Best" teaches us that there is more than one way to drink tequila. This simple mix will make you befriend Mexico's favorite son all over again. Mannie shows how to mix up a Joe Crow tequila cocktail. You will need tequila, lemonade, and lime juice.

How To: Make homemade sloppy joes

Sloppy Joes, an American classic. Fed to more kids in more cafeteria's around the nation than anything else, besides those cardboard pizzas (ick). If you want to make one, don't run out to the store and buy the pre-made stuff, make your own! It'll taste a lot better and you will still feel the same nostalgia you would if you bought the canned stuff! In this great video you will watch as she shows you how to prepare the sauce and the meats into a delicious lunch item straight from your childhood!

How To: Play "Hey Joe" by Jimi Hendrix on acoustic guitar

This acoustic guitar video lesson is brought to you by Aaron from Free and Easy Guitar, it will teach you how to play "Hey Joe" by Jimi Hendrix. As you follow along with him, he breaks down the strumming and chords used in the song, calling out the chords and explaining the strum pattern he uses to play the song, going into detail on how to finger the chords he uses. This tutorial does not cover the intro, or solo from the song, and is not the entire song.

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