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How To: Make Your Pasta Even Better by Throwing It in the Sauce Before Serving

As a kid, my mother would always bring the noodles onto the table in a colander, then bring the pot of sauce she cooked separately. So I grew up with the idea that pasta and sauce were two separate entities that you combined table-side, and continued to eat pasta that way well into my adulthood when cooking at home. It was only much later that I realized the error of my ways... that pasta could taste so much better than I had previously imagined.

How To: Make a serving tray from a picture frame

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a serving tray from a picture frame. First, grab a picture frame in a larger size that comes with glass on it and a backing. From here, you will grab some scrapbooking paper or another type of paper and cut it to size to fit on the background of your paper. Then, find two handles that you have and screw these onto the sides of the picture frame. After this, glue your favorite pictures onto the paper and then let it dry. When finished, stick this under th...

How To: Choose between red and white wine when serving fish

Serving a seafood entrée at your next dinner party? Having anxiety about what sort of wine to serve along with it? Don't fret; this oenophile's guide will help you choose the right bottle to best compliment your meal. For more information, and to learn more about pasta wine pairing, watch this wine lover's guide.

How To: Carve a whole turkey into serving sizes

Learn how to carve a whole roasted turkey into serving sizes from this video in simple steps. Place the roasted turkey with its breast side up and the drumsticks facing you. Take the knife in your dominant hand and the fork in your other hand. Start on one side by cutting the leg from the joint where it meets the breast and repeat on the other side. Carve out the meat on the drumsticks on either side by holding it with the fork. Find the thigh bone using your knife and cut the meat off. Slice...

How To: Serve in tennis with David Lloyd

If you want to learn how to serve in tennis this is for you. The serve is the most important aspect in the game because the server has complete control. You have two attempts to serve the ball; if both attempts hit outside of the service box the server double faults and their opponent receives a point. When you are serving the ball your front foot should be at a 45 degree angle and your rear foot should be parallel to the baseline. Your weight should be evenly distributed over both feet. The ...

How To: Master your table tennis (ping pong) serve

This series of ping pong / table tennis videos demonstrate how to master the table tennis serve. Jim Clegg, a Level 4 Coach with the English Table Tennis Association and Head Coach of the Preston Table Tennis Association, explains and demonstrates how to do a table tennis serve correctly. Serving today is an extremely complicated topic. These are 9 in depth thought processes for a table tennis serve.

How To: Serve a tennis ball with some basic rules

In this how to video, you will learn how to serve a tennis ball. Start off with an eastern forehand grip. You can pretend to shake hands with the racket to find this grip. The knuckle of the index finger should be on top of the handle. Make sure your stance is sideways to the net and the feet are shoulder width apart. Your foot should point at 1 o'clock. The back foot should be parallel to the base line. Your racket should start at pointed towards the net. The first step of the swing involves...

How To: French serve a catered dinner as a waiter or waitress

Are you a caterer? Maybe you're a new caterer recently employed as a waiter to help serve a huge dinner party… a dinner party requiring French service. Sounds simple, right? You go around and serve people food. But there's more to it than that. There's a whole technique to French serving, and this video will show how to French serve the right way, from proper foot placement, to bending your back correctly, to serving the food off the plate.

How To: Easily serve veggies in ramekins

If you're hosting a dinner party or get together with friends or family, using ramekins. If you don't know what they are, ramekins are small glazed ceramic or glass serving bowls. They range in different sizes, colors, and sometimes shapes. So in this tutorial, you'll find out how to easily serve veggies using a ramekin. Enjoy!

How To: Serve correctly

Tennis pro Brad Gilbert gives strategies for serving correctly. Strategies are given as to how to serve in the deuce court and ad court. The types of serve shown are the body serve, middle serve, wide serve and slice serve. Howe to serve and volley is also shown. Summaries and tips appear during the video in the form of sidebars and tips respectively. Easy to understand.

How To: Serve fresh artichoke

In this video, we learn how to serve fresh artichoke. The first way to use artichoke tips is to make artichoke chips! This is a great alternative to tortilla chips, and you can serve these by cooking the artichoke then removing the leaves and serving with some parmesan cheese on top and guacamole or salsa to dip it in. Next, the artichoke petals can be served with salsa and sour cream for a low calorie nacho. You can also cook the vegetable and remove the middle, then replace with soup or ste...

How To: Share Wi-Fi Adapters Across a Network with Airserv-Ng

If you want to carry a variety of network adapters without looking suspicious, a perfect solution is accessing them through Airserv-ng. Tucked away in the Aircrack-ng suite, this tool allows a hacker to plug any number of network adapters into a Raspberry Pi and access them over a Wi-Fi or Ethernet connection.

How To: Smash your tennis serves like Ana Ivanovic

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to serve in tennis. Viewers are taught how to serve by tennis player, Ana Ivanovic. Ana provides tips that will help the viewer improve their serving skills in tennis. Some tips that are given include: be relaxed, slightly lean forward, start with the palm on the racket, toss the ball in a straight line, move your foot forward as you strike the ball and the ball should be hit in the middle of the racket. This video will benefit those viewers who want ...

How To: Power up your volleyball serve like Kerri Walsh

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to power up volleyball serves. Viewers are taught by volleyball player, Keri Walsh. Viewers learn helpful tips that will strengthen volleyball serving. Some tips include: always toss the ball in the same place, ball should be tossed in front of shoulder, serve overhand with the force of the palm hitting the ball and position shoulders to the direction that you want the ball to go. This video will benefit those viewers who are learning how to play voll...

News: Tucson Restaurant Serves African Lion Tacos for $8.75 a Pop

Much to the chagrin of the National Wildlife Humane Society (and a long list of others), Tuscon restaurant, Boca Tacos y Tequila, will be serving African lion beginning February 16th. For $8.75, patrons can sample the second most deadly animal in the world in a taco. The Mexican restaurant specializes in exotic game; other menu selections include python, alligator, elk, kangaroo, rattlesnake, and turtle. However, the latest addition has caught restaurant owner Bryan Mazon a lot of flack.

How To: Make Asian vegetables with soy sauce gravy with Betty

Chinese food is delicious, but it isn't very healthy and can be quite expensive. In this video, Betty adds a Southern touch to a traditional Asian dish and makes vegetables with a soy sauce gravy. The veggies are good for you and filling, and the gravy gives them a nice, hearty texture. Enjoy this dish anytime, and if veggies aren't enough for you - toss in some chicken or seafood, or even noodles and create your own delicious meal!

How To: Make Glowing Green Candy

If there ever was a day to eat green candy, St. Patrick's Day would be it. But is there something better than the banality of green candy swarming the streets on St. Patty's Day? Yes—glowing green candy, and Instructables user BrittLiv wants us to show you how it's done.

How To: Mix a Vanilla Frappuccino Martini cocktail

If you like Starbucks Frappuccinos but want to add a little bit of an alcoholic kick to them, try adding some vodka. Pouring some vanilla flavored vodka over the top of some and serving it in a chilled martini glass is a great way to quickly create a dessert drink. Enjoy this clip for the full Vanilla Frappuccino Martini recipe.

How To: Make deep dish personal pan pizza at home

Everyone's favorite chefs from Show Me The Curry are here to walk you through baking a thick, deep dish pan pizza at home. You will make everything from scratch including the dough. This is no flimsy, crispy New York pizza but a thick, juicy Chicago style dish. If you are serving pizza at a party or craving a pie of your own check this out and whip one up!

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