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How To: Transform an envelope into a gift bag

See how to make some cool gift / party favor bags for any occasion. They are made with envelopes. You can make them from nearly any size and type. The ones in the video are made with some surplus greeting card envelopes. Sometimes you can purchase "leftovers" from an office supply or drug store (any store that sells greeting cards). "Left-overs" mean that the cards get damaged or lost but the envelope is left. Just ask the manager if you can purchase them.

How To: Make spinach toast with leftover cream spinach

In this video, we learn how to make spinach toast with leftover cream spinach. First, you will need to take small pieces of bread that you have leftover, as well as some cream cheese, parmesan cheese, and spinach (already cooked). Mix the spinach, cream cheese, and parmesan cheese together and add in some salt to taste. After this, spoon the mixture onto the individual pieces of bread and place into the oven. Let cook on a high temperature until the top and sides of the toast are light brown....

How To: Sell stuff at a flea market

Selling stuff at the local flea market sounds easy enough, but it isn't anything like having a yard sale. There's a lot more to it that just getting rid of your junk, and the biggest things are being licensed and having a sales tax number. Flea market vendor may not be your first career choice but, like many, you may find it’s a lucrative full-time job or a profitable and fun sideline.

How To: Conduct a garage sale

Watch as garage sale aficionado Ron Hubble teaches how to plan and have a multi-family garage sale. Learn where to advertise for garage sales, how to word advertisement, where to post garage sale signs, the benefit of baked goods, how to price items, how to find items, how to display items, how to organize money between families, how to negotiate prices, how to clean up, and how to prepare throughout the year for a garage sale. There is no reason why your useless junk can't become somebody el...

How To: Make a chicken noodle casserole from pot pie leftovers

At a loss for what to do with last night's chicken pot pie? Turn it into a chicken noodle casserole! Looking for a people-pleasing flank steak recipe? In this free video cooking lesson, you'll learn how to convert last night's pot pie leftover's into a delicious chicken noodle casserole. For more information, including a full recipe and step-by-step preparation instructions, and to get started transmogrifying your own leftovers, watch this free video culinary guide.

How To: Make a five-minute vegetarian vegetable soup stock

You can use the ingredients of items that are leftovers and not usually eaten. You can use a bunch of parsley stems, the insides of the onions, ends of mushrooms, a leftover piece of escarole, ends of potato, ends of carrots, pieces of celery and some parsnip. You can store these leftovers in a plastic bag and refrigerate it. However you have to use this in for days. Use a large pot and fill it with one third of this stuff. You can add all kinds of leftover pieces except Cruciferous vegetable...

How To: Create a successful sales pitch

Being in sales is hard work. After all, the only thing more painful than trying to sell a hand cream or knife set to a stubborn client is perhaps pulling out teeth - without novacaine. And God knows how many times we've hung up on telemarketers because, well, they're a little too persistant.

How To: Dispose of leftover lawn chemicals

In this video from nmsuaces we get a lesson in how to dispose of leftover lawn chemicals. Many gardeners want to know what to do with leftover materials and how to get rid of it safely. You should not store it. Once mixed up, use it all. Make your mix so you don't have to have a surplus that day. If you have a surplus, you need to spray it in an area that is labeled to be used. After you are finished rinse the container at least 3 rinses. The rinse water must then be sprayed out in the area w...

How To: Knit a thumb onto a mitten

This video illustrate how to knit a thumb onto a mitten. Here are the following steps.Step 1:Take the mitten on knitting has to be done.Step 2:Now at the center take out the contrasting thread and then pass the knitting sticks through the leftover stitches .Step 3: Now similarly pass the other knitting sticks through the other half leftover sticks.Now take two more sticks and pass them in horizontal direction to that of the previous sticks so that the previous leftover stitches overlaps the n...

How To: Ingenious Ways to Transform Your Leftover Pizza

I always over-order when I call in for pizza delivery, because I love having leftover pizza. Because there's so much flavor packed into the sauce, cheese, and whatever toppings you've ordered, pizza adds flavor to salads, cocktails, and can even act as the base to a quiche. Press it into a waffle iron to make a pizza panini, cut it into triangles and make the best Bloody Mary ever, or use it as the base for a lively quiche.

How To: Make frittatas from leftovers with Giada De Laurentiis

Frittatas are a delicious and healthy meal. They include almost all of your food groups and are packed with fiber. The basic concept behind frittatas are that you can throw whatever leftovers you have into a bowl with eggs and create a unique version every day! In this recipe, Giada De Laurentiis from the Food Network shows you how to make a lighter version with egg whites so that you can avoid some of those calories and cholesterol. Enjoy!

How To: Turn leftovers into a frittata

A frittata is a delicious egg dish that you can cook using leftovers from your fridge. This video shows you how to cook a quick and tasty version with cheese and veggies. All you need is a frying pan and chopping knife!

How To: Prepare beef empanadas from leftover Salisbury steak

FoodNetworkTV shows you how to make Beef Empanadas from leftover Salisbury steak! First, you should beat one egg in a bowl. Add in 1 tablespoon of cold water to this as an egg wash. Next, spread some flour onto your counter. Now, divide chilled pie crust into six pieces. Roll each piece into a ball, flatten, and roll out with a rolling pin into 3-4inch circles. Use a small bowl to cut out a perfect circle. now, fill this dough with a tablespoon of your meat and moisten the edge of the dough w...

How To: Use leftover wine

Don’t pour leftover wine down the drain! Follow these steps to use up every last drop. You Will Need: An open bottle of wine, garlic, soy sauce, ginger, an ice-cube tray, orange juice or lemonade, club soda, fruit wedges, sugar, brandy, whole cloves, a cinnamon stick, orange zest, and a wine vacuum pump, wine-preserver spray, small bottle, or jar.

How To: Make spaghetti bolognese with leftover hamburger meat

Bethenny doesn't like to let any food go to waste, like some hamburger patties she grilled the day before. In this cooking how-to video, Bethenny Frankel shows you how to make quick and easy spaghetti bolognese using the leftover hamburger meat. Follow along and see how tasty the spaghetti bolognese can be with items you probably already have in our fridge.

How To: Bake pasta frittata

One of my favorite lunches was leftover spaghetti fried in butter until Chef Jim presented me with this healthier and just as delicious alternative. Watch and learn how to make pasta frittata with leftover pasta. Use it for breakfast or lunch, but either way you will agree that this recipe for pasta frittata is delicious.

How To: Use Up Your Leftover Easter Candy

Perhaps the best part about Easter is the fact that, even after the day is over, there's usually still a lot of candy left. Jelly beans, gummy bears, Cadbury eggs, peanut butter cups, marshmallow peeps — there's no end to the sugary goodness in your awesome Easter basket. Yet as much as I love stuffing my face with brightly colored candies, it's easy to get sick of them halfway through the basket.

How To: Make a chicken stock from leftover bones

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a chicken stock from leftover bones. Ingredients you will use include: roasted chicken bones, celery, carrots, onions, parsley, bay leaves, and peppercorn. First, take a large pot and add in all the ingredients to the pot. You can chop the celery up before you place it in the pot, as well as the carrots. After adding all ingredients, fill the pot with water. Next, place the pot on the stove and add salt to taste. Let this simmer on the stove for several ...

How To: Sweet and hearty beef strew

In this video, we learn how to make sweet and hearty beef stew with Janice and Liz. You will need: peas, carrots, mushrooms, meat, tomato sauce, cider vinegar, maple syrup, and salt. Place these all into a slow cooker on low and let sit for around 6 hours. To finish the stew, add in a bit of flour and milk to thicken it. When you are finished, don't leave the meal out for more than 2 hours before placing the leftovers in the fridge. If you leave it out for too long, bacteria will start to gro...

How To: Turn leftover bread into bread pudding

To make this recipe you will need leftover bread, milk (evaporated is best, but regular will do), sugar, baking powder and egg. In a bowl, mix together the eggs and the milk. Add sugar, and mix again. Add baking powder, mix again. Now you will put in the bread and mash it all in. Then bake for 25 min or steam in your steamer. It is done when fork poked into center of pudding comes out clean. You can add an optional topping when it is finished cooking. In this video, the person spreads some me...

How To: Make biscuits and gravy with leftover meatloaf

This video shows you how to make biscuits and gravy using leftover meatloaf. The instructor shows that he has already prepared the meatloaf and meatloaf sauce the previous night. He then begins making the gravy by making them into a scrambled egg formation. He then adds meatloaf to the egg mix. The mix is then cooked for about 10min to finish. The instructor also has been on many other videos. The instructor also text about how the video can be completed.

How To: Use your leftover asparagus tips

Hetal and Anuja of Show Me The Curry think we are wasting too much asparagus. They give us tips on what to do with all the leftovers. -First make sure the tips are nice. -Wash it. -Take the thicker end at the bottom and simply snap it off. -Peel the outer edge of this piece. The outside is rough and chewy, but the inside is still good. -You can save this piece for later use, or throw it in soup. Follow these instructions to save asparagus and money!

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