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How To: Set up a coupon binder and shop like an organized pro

Have you ever gotten to the checkout at the supermarket and dropped your coupons all over the floor? If you are learning how to be a coupon diva, you are going to be carrying hundreds of coupons. In this clip, learn how to make a perfect coupon binder so that you are organized and neat, and can approach the supermarket prepared to save. This easy fix is explained in detail in this clip so you can get started.

How To: Boost your immune system naturally

Especially in winter time, your immune system can go on a roller coaster ride. In this tutorial, learn how to boost your immune system naturally and up your defenses against things like colds and the flu. In this episode of Ask Amy, Amy takes you through your local supermarket and shows you the right things to eat and drink to build immunity. Follow these tips and fly through next flu season like a breeze.

How To: Make cream of papaya

A classic dessert at any Churrascaria, Cream of Papaya is not only delicious but also aids digestion as Papaya contains enzymes which soften and break down red meat. Cucaâ??s Tip: Supermarkets are the worse place to buy ripe fruit. Try your local street market or Indian grocery.

How To: Get the best hamburger meat

The best hamburgers come from fresh meat. A good hamburger needs a little bit of fat. You need at least 10 or 15 percent of fat. It's important to grind at least twice—to mix the fat and meat evenly. The difference between going to a good butcher and the supermarket is that you get fresh beef—not the boxed pre-butchered meat.

How To: Make compound butter

Compound butters can be found at almost any supermarket or store. It's easy to use and adds a great flavor to most dishes. But, why spend your hard earned cash to buy something, when you can make it yourself. It costs less and is a fun activity to perform yourself. In this tutorial, find out how to make your own compound butter from scratch! Enjoy!

How To: Cook great tasting pasta every single time

A lot of people think pasta is just pasta - water and wheat - but there are so many more sides to this Italian delicacy that most people don't know about. In this video, The Pasta Channel shows you how to choose the best pasta in the supermarket and cook it properly to get the most delicious Italian dinner experience. Learn about the differences between pasta styles, how to choose the right one to get the most out of your sauce, and how to cook it all together. Follow these steps for an enjoy...

How To: Ripen fruit quickly

This quick video for the home chef teaches us how to ripen fruit quickly. Not quite as quickly as this video ends, but more quickly than it would otherwise. A must for anyone who has ever slapped their forehead at the sight of the pile of green bananas at the supermarket and lamented the days and days that they would have to wait to eat them.

How To: Make poppy seed rolls

Homemade, handmade - Poppy Seed Dinner Rolls are amazing - made will all natural ingredients. With this recipe, you can totally resist the totally resist the urge to reach for those popping ones on the supermarket shelf.

How To: Make nori (seaweed) crisps with Mark Bittman

Nori is the Japanese term for seaweed, in particular the pressed and salted kind that you can find at most Asian supermarkets. Many nori fans eat the stuff as they would chips, since nori is slightly crunchy, slightly salty, and quite addicting. But nori is exponentially healthier than your typical Lay's salt and vinegar chips.

How To: Make bakery style French bread at home

French bread was originally a peasant bread and consists mainly of salt, water, sugar, yeast and flour. Why pay for this bread at an overpriced supermarket when you can make it at home? This bakery style bread is easy to prepare and you get the added perk of your home smelling delicious. Grab your ingredients and get started!

How To: Grow the perfect tomato (for you)

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to grow tomatoes. Begin by some tomatoes at a supermarket. Then extract the seeds from the tomatoes and wrap them into a paper towel. Then place the seeds in between the pages of a phone book to quickly dry them. Now plant about 8-10 seeds into a small pot with soil. The seeds should be planted 25 inches deep into the soil. As the plants grow larger, change the pots to a larger size. This video will benefit those viewers who enjoy gardening and would ...

How To: Make your own homemade trout fish bait

Next time you head out on the boat, why not bring along some fresh, homemade bait? If you are searching for trout, you have come to the right tutorial. In it, you will learn exactly how to make bait for trout fishing using some common ingredients that can be found in your kitchen or local supermarket. So, let's mix up some bait and head out on the water - you will be racking up trout in no time!

How To: Make a DIY durian face mask

In this video, we learn how to make a homemade facial mask using durian (a southeast Asian fruit). First, grab some peeled durian and pick out the rich creamy pulp (leave the skin out). If you can't find this at your supermarket, try an Asian market. All you need is 1 tsp of this fruit for your entire face, then apply to your clean face. It will go on smoothly on your whole face. Let it soak in for 20 minutes and when it's done your face will feel tight. After this, rinse of your face and pat...

How To: Get free Redbox DVD rentals

Learn how to get free Redbox DVD rentals. Redbox movies can be found in large stores, usually supermarkets, where you can rent a movie, and return them to the same box when you are done. In order to get the free movie, you must obtain a code, which you will enter during the rental process. On the website, sign up for what is called "Free Movie Monday". Redbox will send a code to your cell phone on the first Monday of every month. One thing to remember is to not be late returning the movie, or...

How To: Arrange a fall themed pumpkin arrangement for a home

He starts with a pumpkin and some flowers from the supermarket, and some greens that he trimmed from a bush in his yard. He first cuts off the top of the pumpkin and cleans it out. He put newspaper in the bottom of the pumpkin, then puts a container with floral foam inside the pumpkin so the foam is sticking up a bit. He attaches the lid of the pumpkin to the foam with a piece of wire. He starts with the foliage and then begins adding flowers. He puts a tall stem of Japanese Lantern in the mi...

How To: Work with frozen puff pastry

When you need pastry or pie dough in a hurry, frozen puff pastry is the king of supermarket convenience foods. It's incredibly versatile and can be used to make a huge array of hors d'oeuvre, main courses, and desserts. Frequent Fine Cooking contributor and cooking teacher Jessica Bard demonstrates some tricks for getting the best results when working with frozen puff pastry. Work with frozen puff pastry.

How To: Make a Cyclamen customized planter gift

Martha Stewart shows how a Cyclamen in a customized planter makes a great gift. You will need a clementine box, paintbrush, gray paint, sheet moss, aquarium rocks, cyclamen (available from your local garden shop, or the plant section of your supermarket), ribbon and gift tag. Make a Cyclamen customized planter gift.

How To: Make shrimp tacos

The chipotle/sour cream/lime mix that goes with this is so good. But don't get all freaked out with the chipotles, they're not weird. You just buy them in a little can for about a buck and a half in the supermarket. You need uncooked shrimp, limes, Old Bay seasoning, tortillas, purple cabbage, sour cream, and chipotle from a can. Make shrimp tacos.

How To: Craft orange-and-clove Christmas decorations

In this video, we learn how to craft orange-and-clove Christmas decorations. First, you will need to grab some oranges from a local supermarket, along with ribbon, and cloves. Now, grab the close and pierce it into the skin of the orange. This will release the smell of the orange and give you the scent of the clove as well. You can now make any design on the orange that you would like to! When you are finished decorating these, you can attach a ribbon to any part of them that you would like. ...

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