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How To: Make Preserved Lemons

One of the great joys of cooking is taking the most basic of foods and preparing them in new and exciting ways. About two years ago, my wife opened my eyes to a delicious staple of Indian and Moroccan cuisine that is made in a very elementary way, the preserved lemon.

How To: Light paint with a camera, flashlights, and tripod

Light painting or light writing is one of the coolest of the coolest multimedia arts. It consists of setting a camera for a very long exposure in a dark area, then moving light sources around in front of the camera. When the aperture finally closes, you will have a photo where the light is preserved everywhere it was. Basically, you've drawn on a photo with light. How cool is that? This video will show you how to do it quickly and easily, allowing you and your friends to enjoy this exciting n...

How To: Prepare Pad Thai

To prepare the sauce for this dish you will need tamarind juice or white vinegar, fish sauce, coconut palm sugar or (granulated white sugar and corn syrup). For the Pad Thai you will need vegetable oil, red onions, garlic cloves, extra firm tou fuu, chopped preserved turnips, dried shrimp (or fresh peeled shrimp), fresh noodles or dried packaged noodles, eggs, putt Thai sauce, crushed roasted peanuts, fresh bean sprouts, garlic chives, dried roasted ground peppers and raw bean sprouts, green ...

How To: Store lettuce

Here's a guide in helping you store a lettuce properly and prolong its freshness. Place a paper towel on top of the lettuce and beat the stem portion with a hammer. Remove the stem of the lettuce by prying it out with your hands. Tear the lettuce into two sections or into small ones. Put all of it inside a zip lock bag and then place it inside a refrigerator. Take them out when the lettuce is needed for cooking. With these easy to do tips, you are now ready to cook those well preserved lettuc...

How To: Can peaches

Canning is one of the best ways to preserving foods and comes in handy during emergency situations. This is perfect way to keep food preserved for a long period of time, when going outside would be a bad idea. In this video, you'll find out what you need to do in order to can peaches properly. So pay attention and good luck!

How To: Import images with transparency into After Effects

In this software tutorial you will learn how to manipulate images in Photoshop to remove the background and then bring that transparent background image into After Effects without loosing the transparency. The Photoshop section covers the use of the Magnetic Lasso tool and Quick Mask to remove a background. With the image adjusted, you will learn how to import your new image into After Effects with preserved transparency.

How To: Prepare Thai sun dried beef jerky

People have been drying foods in the sun for more than 1,000 years. You can dry meats, fishs, vegetables, or fruits. It's a remarkable way to preserve and store delicacies for a long time. Thai beef jerky is no different. It must be dried, preserved and cooked. Serve this with rice or as a snack.

How To: Use Skype to call anywhere in the world

This is a very useful instructional video on how to use Skype to call anywhere in the world. You can go to Skype .com and click account and open a new account with Skype. Now log on Skype using your user name and pass word. now you can click the free calls button and you can call any one from any country across the world. You can also call mobile phones in the USA and Canada by paying a nominal fee. However you can talk with any one for unlimited time. It is very easy to use Skype. Your priva...

How To: Cook with pumpkins in the oven

In this video, Curtis Smith from Southwest Yard & Garden is joined by Bernadillo County Home Economist Patricia Aaron to talk to us about cooking with pumpkins. There's probably no vegetable that anounces the arrival of fall like a pumpkin. When you're using a pumpkin to make piesm cakes, and so forth, you want to choose a medium-sized one. Smaller pumpkins can make good side dishes. Bear in mind, it takes a bought a half pound of cooked pumpkin to make one serving. Here, we're using a nice m...

How To: Make pad thai (or phat thai) with dry noodles

Ning's Kitchen shows how to make Pad Thai with dry noodles. Use 1 1/2 boxes of Thai Noodles, and hot Thai sauce. You'll also need bean sprouts and shrimp. Two eggs, carrots diced, dried mushrooms, preserved radish which was purchased at an Asian store. Also use soy sauce, red pepper, and canola oil. Pour 3 tablespoons canola in a wok and add garlic. Add the diced carrots and two eggs. Stir this mixture and add two cups of shrimp. Stir this mixture in the wok. Once shrimp is cooked, add the no...

How To: Keep Your Lemons Fresher, Longer

Lemons are often displayed as a bright and beautiful pop of color in many home kitchen displays. They lend a lovely scent to the air and an aesthetic sense of freshness to any setting. Therefore, it would be easy to assume that lemons are best left at room temperature.

How To: Use Photon Scanner to Scrape Web OSINT Data

Gathering information on an online target can be a time-consuming activity, especially if you only need specific pieces of information about a target with a lot of subdomains. We can use a web crawler designed for OSINT called Photon to do the heavy lifting, sifting through URLs on our behalf to retrieve information of value to a hacker.

How To: 10 Common Food Myths Debunked

Common knowledge is a funny thing: it represents a majority's opinion on a particular subject and somehow makes that opinion fact. If that 'fact' goes unopposed and unchallenged, then it is passed on and preserved from one generation to the next—regardless of whether it is true or not.

News: Samsung Galaxy S10 Review, 3 Months Later: All the Little Things to Know

The Galaxy S10 has finally been revealed to the masses, and it certainly doesn't disappoint. As the flagship to herald the tenth anniversary of the venerable Galaxy S line, the S10 has kept popular and familiar design elements like the immersive Infinity Display while employing new features like more advanced cameras to set a new standard for other OEMs to follow.

How To: The Ultimate Guide to Making a Kickass Meat & Cheese Plate

Whether it's college football, the NFL, basketball, soccer, or baseball, sporting events are prime opportunities to entertain. No matter what the sport, food that's easy to eat is a must. Your guests should be able to mingle, eat, and talk trash... all at the same time! So a meat and cheese plate—also known as a characuterie board— is sure to be a crowd pleaser.

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