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How To: Make creamy mushroom soup with parmesan herb croutons

Diane Morgan demonstrates how to make a delicious soup using porcini mushrooms. Start by sautéing a big batch of chopped onions and leeks in butter until they are nicely cooked. Then mix in the chopped mushrooms and some flour and cook for a few minutes until the flour is absorbed. Add in some stock, some bay leaves, fresh thyme leaves, salt and sugar (sugar brings out the flavors in the soup). Simmer for about ten minutes, remove the bay leaves, and it’s ready to go into the blender. Use an ...

How To: Make a creamy ginger carrot soup with Guy Fieri

Guy Fieri shows us how to make a creamy and delicious carrot and ginger soup. Start by browning some onions in hot oil in a Dutch oven. Chop up some carrots and potatoes into small chunks and add them to the pot, then add some chopped garlic and ginger. When this is nicely browned, add some chicken stock and leave it to cook on low heat.

How To: Make filet mignon and roasted potatoes

Amelia Ceja prepares delicious filet mignon with roasted potatoes. She starts by placing the sliced potatoes on a baking sheet. Then she adds some garlic cloves and sprinkles with olive oil, then some fresh cracked pepper, cayenne pepper, kosher salt and fresh rosemary and thyme. This goes into the oven to roast for about 40 minutes.

How To: Make white chocolate dipped strawberries

Betty teaches the secrets of making white chocolate dipped strawberries in simple steps. First take some fresh strawberries and a fresh canister of creamy chocolate. Now take a strawberry, dip it in the cream and whirl it nicely so that the cream fills nicely around it. Repeat the same process for all the strawberries and refrigerate them. Leave it in the refrigerator till the cream gets solid, then enjoy eating them.

How To: Cook Greek-style green beans with tomato

Sue Radd teaches the secrets to cook Greek style beans with tomato in simple steps. First cut the top and tail of your beans and clean them nicely with water. Now nicely chop a big onion and slice thinly some garlic. Now add some oil in a pressure cooker and add the onions and garlic when the oil is warm. Add some fresh black pepper, mix them well and add the green beans to it. Now mix some tomato paste with water rand add them to the beans. Add some diced tomatoes, mix everything well and co...

How To: Make fast and easy gourmet mac and cheese

Jill Tutland teaches the secrets of making fast and easy gourmet Mac and cheese. First peel and nicely dice the shallot and start boiling a jar of pasta in water. Now cook the shallot with some butter in a pan, simultaneously melt some butter in a soup pot and some flour to it. Now add chicken stock to the soup pot, then add some cream, milk, cheese and mix everything. Add some salt and pepper and the shallots to it. Mix the soup with the pasta and transfer them to a baking dish. Finally add ...

How To: Convert an RC bike with a brushless motor

Well I've converted one of these rc bikes into a snarling (ha ha) nitro powered machine. I'm now going to convert my other stock model into a brushless monster. This particular bike had a rather bumpy crossing from the USA when I bought it from ebay. It got damaged in it's box and was returned to the sender. He, very nicely, found a new set of front forks, fitted them and posted it back to me, for no extra charge! Top Man! It's a bit sluggish, stock, so I think sticking a MAMBA MAX 7700kv mot...

How To: Fold a t-shirt using cardboard

In this tutorial, we learn how to fold a t-shirt using cardboard. First, cut out a piece of cardboard so the it's 72 cm x 25 cm, and make sure it's completely flat. Next, place two flaps on the side of the cardboard and one underneath. Now, place your shirt inside of it and fold the top down, then the sides. After this, fold up the bottom and you will have a nicely pressed and folded shirt! This will save you time over folding the shirt by yourself and it will also come out more nicely than f...

How To: Make a paper bag tag

In this how to video, you will learn how to make bag tags. You will need a tape runner, embellishments, elastic, a plastic bag, letters, cloud 9 rain dot eyelets, a trimmer, bits of card stock, and hole punches. First, cut the card stock and make it a square shape. Next, decorate the card stock with embellishments and the name of the child it is for. You can use the adhesive to stick these on. Next, cut more card stock and wrap it the piece around the decorated card stock. From here, place th...

How To: Operate cruise control in a 2010 Prius

Operating the Toyota Prius 2010 cruise control is very simple if you watch this video. The switches of the cruise control is located on the stock which is behind the right side of the steering wheel. The on/off button is at the end of the stock. Once you turn it on, accelerate to your desired speed and push the stock down to set it on the current speed. If desired to change speed, hold the stock up to increase the speed and release it when speed desired is reached, and to decrease the speed h...

How To: Make a Frankenstein Halloween card with Stampin' Up!

In this video tutorial, viewers will learn how to make a Frankie card. This video provides all the materials required to make the card. The materials required include: old olive card stock that is cut at 4 1/2" x 11", lovely lilac card stock that is cut at 2 1/2" x 5 1/2", stylus tool, Smarty Pants stamp set, 1" circle punch with 2 black card stocks, 1 3/8" circle punch on whisper white and old olive card stock, glue and a black market pen. This video will benefit those viewers who enjoy art,...

How To: Download and use clipart in Microsoft Office: Mac 2008

Clip Art from Microsoft Office allows you to insert stock photos into you PowerPoint, Word, Excel and Entourage documents easily. You can gain access to the Office Clip Art site easily in any of the mentioned applications. The Microsoft Office for Mac team shows you just how to download and use clipart from Office Online in this how-to video. You can get free stock images of low-priced professional quality photos.

How To: Add current stock prices to an Excel table

As you might guess, one of the domains in which Microsoft Excel really excels is business math. Brush up on the stuff for your next or current job with this how-to. In this tutorial from everyone's favorite digital spreadsheet guru, YouTube's ExcelIsFun, the 33rd installment in his "Excel Business Math" series of free video lessons, you'll learn how to add current stock prices to a stock analysis table in Excel using a web query.

How To: De-fat turkey stock

De-fatting turkey stock is very easy. All you need to do is use a specially made measuring cup that is made to de-fat stocks. Take the pan juices and the pre-made turkey stock and pour it into the measuring cup. When you pour the stock or pan juice into the measuring cup the fat will rise to the top of the cup because it is lighter When you pour the stock out of the measuring cup, the stock will come out, and the fat will stay in the cup. If you don't want to get a specially made measuring cu...

How To: Make chicken stock to freeze and use later

Learn how to make chicken stock. Nothing beats the flavor of homemade chicken stock. If you make it in large batches, you can freeze it in containers for up to three months. To make chicken stock, you'll need chicken backs, neck and wings, carrots, celery, garlic cloves, medium onion, parsley, thyme, water, and bay leaves.

How To: Choose a perfectly ripe Camembert cheese

Choose the right Camembert cheese, cut it up nicely, and store the leftovers properly: important tips to keep you in good cheese humor. In this how to video learn how to pick a Camembert cheese that is perfectly ripe. Learn what it should smell like, what it should feel like from this CHOW contributor.

How To: Make chicken stock from scratch

Forget about buying the store bought chicken stock, it has so much sodium. Why not make your own, it is so easy to do. CHOW contributor Daniel Duane identifies which parts of the carcass make a great stock in this cooking how-to video. Follow along and learn what parts of the chicken make great homemade stock.

How To: Trim bowls

Watch this ceramics tutorial video to learn how to trim your bowls using the pottery wheel and some trimming tools. The instructions in this how-to video are very detailed and best for beginner to intermediate potters with some experience. These tips will help you improve your bowls by trimming them nicely.

How To: Cut postage stamp wooden jigsaw puzzles

This video tutorial will show you how to make a wooden jigsaw puzzle, but not an ordinary one -- a postage stamp wooden jigsaw puzzle. This puzzle video will show you how to cut a postage stamp into ten poplar jigsaw puzzle pieces using the freehand continuous method.

How To: Make a fondant pig

This is a very easy and quick sugarcraft tutorial using fondant (sugarpaste) which you can follow easily. Decorate your cake with a little pig: Take one ball and shape it nicely by rolling it between your two palms; this is for the head. Watch this video to learn more.

How To: Define topology lines on reference images in Photoshop

This video tutorial goes over methods for defining the topology of an organic object in Adobe Photoshop. This is helpful as a planning stage before you begin your 3ds Max 8 digital 3D modeling to make sure that your have proper distribution of faces and your target mesh will deform nicely. So, if you're using Autodesk's 3D Studio Max for awesome 3D graphics, this could help you out with Photoshop topology.

How To: Make a balloon car

Michael Floyd shows us how to make a balloon car. Make sure you have TWO balloons ready for this one. The final car is a bit difficult to make out, but I'm sure if you follow the steps, you can tweak your own balloon car quite nicely.

How To: Safely buy and sell stocks and shares online

In this tutorial, we learn how to safely buy and sell stocks and shares online. First, go online to your broker and open an account. You can do this through Options Xpress. Now, press on the stock button located at the top. On this page, you will be able to type in the stock symbol, then type in the rest of the information before you place your order. Once you do this, you will have bough a stock in just minutes online! If you want to sell a share, you will do the same process, except underne...

How To: Prepare an easy lobster appetizer

Watch this video to learn how to prepare an easy lobster appetizer. Your guests will gobble them up in no time! Ingredients four (1 lb) lobsters six cups mesclun (baby greens) one cup lobster stock one shallot, peeled and finely diced cup vinaigrette one tsp fresh lemon juice Freshly ground white pepper to taste Fine sea salt to taste one bunch fresh chervil for garnish Preparation Cut shelled claw meat into inch wide strips. Cut the legs and shell that covers the tail meat. Cut the tail meat...

How To: Make a secret French onion soup

Maria teaches the secrets of making French onion soup. An excellent summary is given below. First peel some onions and slice them nicely. Now heat about 10 table spoons of butter in a soup broth and add the sliced onions to it. Cook them on very low heat by stirring occasionally until they turn golden brown(1 hour approximately). Now add some white wine, turn the heat up high and add a bay leaf and handful of flat leaf parsley to it. Cook it till the wine evaporates, add 3 cups of beef stock ...

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