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How To: Use a protractor to make a pie chart

If you have a circular or semicircular protractor like the one used in this video, making a pie chart is as easy as – well — pie. This will teach you how to use your protractor to measure out each individual slice in your pie chart. Learn how to visualize statistical data through hand-drawn pie charts with this free video math lesson.

How To: Remember and recite pi to eight decimal places

Looking for an easy way to impress the math geeks in your life? This brief clip from the BBC will help you memorize pi to eight decimal places without breaking a sweat through use of a simple mnemonic device: "How I wish I could calculate pi easily today." (Hint: Count the number of letters in each word.) Easy as pi(e).

How To: Make a traditional pesto sauce

Pesto sauce is a staple of Italian cooking and makes any type of pasta taste fantastic. But instead of going to your neighborhood Olive Garden, make it yourself at home! Just make sure you have a food processor lying around! In this video, chef Jason Hill shows you how to make a traditional pesto sauce from the Cinque Terre region. He will show you how to harvest and toast the pine nuts and shows you how he uses his food processor to create the sauce. Bon Appetite!

How To: Make a flaky Thanksgiving pie crust

Pie crust can be one of the most infuriating and disappointing part of the pie-making experience. If you must insist on making your own pie crust for Thanksgiving, you should at least get some expert advice. CHOW shows us how to make a delicious, flaky, pie crust that's perfect for any Thanksgiving pie, whether it's pumpkin pie or pecan pie.

How To: Make a raw mango and berry fruit pie

Raw food diets are fast becoming a popular and healthy lifestyle due to its all-natural slant, and in this video Chrissy Bix shows you how to make a delicious raw mango and berry pie. The raw pie crust is nut and date-based and requires a blender to get the correct dough-like consistency. From there it can be transferred directly into a pie dish and topped with blueberries, raspberries (fresh or frozen) and mango. It can be served with Keffir or cashew cream, both of which are good whipped cr...

How To: Make a easy lemon meringue pie

Titli Nihaan with Titli's Busy Kitchen demonstrates how to make an easy lemon meringue pie. Make the lemon curd for the pie by using three egg yolks, half a cup of caster sugar, 5 tablespoons of corn flour, the juice of three lemons, the grated rind of one lemon and 25 grams of butter. Whisk together the corn flour and the lemon juice. Add one cup of water to a pan of water and add the corn flour and lemon juice. Bring it to a boil. Then, turn off the heat and add the lemon rind, the egg yolk...

How To: Make a clay pie pan

Clay pottery is a fun and creative art form that can be done with slabs of clay and not only on a spinning wheel. This free video clip series will show you several tips on how to construct a clay pie pan and open a world of design ideas for you.

How To: Make mini polymer clay pot pies for a dollhouse

Garden of Imagination demonstrates how to make miniature polymer clay pot pies. Find miniature bottle caps in the scrap booking section of the craft store. You can use a regular sized bottle cap to make a big pie. Roll a piece of ecru clay into a ball and mold it into the bottle cap. Round the top to give it a pot pie shape. Use a small blade to create seared lines into the pie top. Brush mustard yellow pastel to tint the top of the pie. Brush a brown pastel accent on the top of the pie. Bake...

How To: Make a blueberry and pumpkin pie

The video shows Chef Doug Miller and Chuck love in their take on doing a sumptuous blueberry and pumpkin pie or a Blumpkin pie. The duo chefs shows us a different take on a blumpkin pie by showing two different sets of blumpkin pie, a chocolate crust and a graham cracker crust pie. For the chocolate crust blumpkin pie: Make a chocolate pie crust and place it in a pie pan. Prepare a pumpkin filling and place it in the crust by spreading it evenly. Fill the crust halfway. Add the fresh blueberr...

How To: Make a black walnut pumpkin pie

In this video you'll learn how to make the classic pumpkin pie with a unique twist. It's been years of the your aunt's same old recipe for pumpkin pie. Well its time to spruce things up a bit, learn how to make a delicious black walnut pumpkin pie that will leave your guest, and even your aunt begging for more. The smooth texture of a pumpkin pie and the crunchiness of the walnuts add for an excellent way to give end your evening, on Thanksgiving or any night you crave this delicious pie.

How To: Make creamy halibut pie, or fish pie

Make a hungry belly pleased with this recipe by chef, Simon Rimmer for creamy fish pie. In this cooking video, Rimmer makes a luscious Halibut pie with additional prawns and mini capers, the pie being topped with a layer of crisp sweet potatoes... Perfect for fall!

How To: Make the cherpumple aka the "monster" pie-cake

Charles Phoenix teaches the secrets of making the cherpumple aka the "monster" pie-cake. An excellent summary is given below. First take already baked apple pie, pumpkin pie and cherry pie and keep it aside. Add the cake mix with some water, oil and eggs and stir it well using a beater. Now spray the Pam, add a little batter, put the already baked apple pie and add some more batter on top. Now bake it in a oven for 30 minutes and repeat the same process for the other 2 pies. Now place the app...

How To: Make an American apple pie

In this tutorial, we learn how to make an American apple pie. You will need: 2 c flour, 1 tsp salt, 3/4 c shortening, and 5-6 tbsp cold water for the crust. Mix all the ingredients together, then shape it into the pie dish to make the crust complete. Also shape the dough for the top of the pie. Next, prepare the filling with: 2/3 c sugar, 2 tbsp flour, 1/3 tsp cinnamon, 1/4 tsp nutmeg, 1/2 tsp lemon peel, 1 tsp lemon juice, 1 tbsp butter, milk, and 6 c thinly sliced apples. Mix the ingredient...

How To: Make a light and flaky apple pie

In this tutorial, we learn how to make flaky apple pie. To make the dough, you will need: 1 1/2 c flour, 1/2 c Crisco, 1/2 c of half and half, 1 tsp salt, 1 tbsp soft butter. Combine all these ingredients together, then refrigerate for an hour before you roll out to make the crust. Now, slice your cored and peeled apples into thin slices and combine with 1/2 c white sugar, 4 tsp butter, 1 tbsp brown sugar, and 1/4 tsp cinnamon. When finished combining, pour mixture into pie tin with the pie c...

How To: Make a homemade key lime pie

Craving key lime pie? Make one at home! Who knew those tiny little limes could make a pie with so much flavor? Your friends will love this easy to make, tart treat. Learn how to make a homemade key lime pie with help from this instructional video.

How To: Make French tarte tatin (apple pie)

Tarte tatin is a very popular French dessert that is basically the French take on the American apple pie. The tarte tatin flips the traditional apple pie on its back, though, literally: instead of the apples being baked into the pie and then covered with a layer of pie crust dough, the tarte tatin is an upside-down apple tart.

How To: Prepare a pie crust from scratch

In this video, we learn how to prepare a pie crust from scratch. This only takes 15 minutes and will taste great. First, cut your softened butter into slices and then combine shortening with your butter and flour. Don't let the butter melt or overwork the mixture. This will effect how your pie crust comes out in a negative way. Once you have a consistent crumb mixture, then you will add in 3-5 tbsp of ice water. Now, you will mix this together until it becomes a dough and immediately form it ...

How To: Decorate bake sale pie cupcakes with Karen Tack

These aren't your mother's bake sale pies. In fact, they're not really pies at all. Rather, these delicious and pretty treats are cupcakes decorated like pies. A simple concept, yes, but these cupcakes make for a divine arrangement. You'll learn how to arrange various colors of jelly jeans to look like food - red for strawberries and blue for blueberries, for instance.

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