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How To: Make raw vegan corn tortillas

Chef Elaina Love teaches how to make a delicious raw vegan corn tortillas. Ingredients : corn, hemp seeds, pine nuts, soaked almonds, golden flax seeds, a clove of garlic and 1/2 teaspoon of turmeric. Put all the ingredients in a blender. Put a little bit of water and blend it 'till smooth and creamy. Put it in a mixing bowl and add the golden flax seeds. Mix. Pour the batter on a tray. Shape the way You want it. Put it inside the dehydrator. If You follow these steps. You'll be able to make ...

How To: Make perfect corndogs

Food Network star and host of Good Eats, Alton Brown, shows how the perfect corn-dog does not need fancy ingredients to be delicious. All you need to make the perfect corn-dog are regular all-beef hot dogs, chopsticks from Chinese takeout (left together), batter, and a fryer. Brown shows us his recipe for a spicy batter with jalapenos and provides guidance on the assembly line process that involves rolling the wieners in corn starch, dipping them in batter, and then frying them for four to fi...

How To: Make soul food style corn bread

Two famous restaurants in New York for soul food style corn bread. Mo-Bay with chef Patrick Simpson and Amy Ruth's with chef and owner Carl Redding. Mo-Bay's signature corn muffin is used as an appetizer or dessert. The secret is the coconut and pineapple sauce. Amy Ruth's corn bread is more traditional. It is not as sweet as is eaten with the meal as a bread dish.

How To: Make homemade kettle corn

In this video, Harrison Ashen shows us how to make kettle corn. You need sugar, corn oil, salt and popcorn. First, pour your corn oil popcorn and sugar into the pot and then stir together. After this, turn on the fire and keep on mixing quickly so all kernels start cooking at the same time. The corn will start popping within a few minutes. Make sure you are wearing protective gloves to keep your hands safe from the heat. Once the popcorn starts to pop, keep stirring to prevent it from burning...

How To: Do criss-cross corn rows

Criss-cross corn rows are a stylish way to maintain your hair. This video tutorial demonstrates how to braid hair with criss-cross corn rows. Begin by dividing the scalp into four parts, with one line extending from ear to ear, and the other crossing down the center of the head. To complete the hair style, continue to divide each section in half until you reach the desired amount of hair segments.

How To: Cook a grilled corn on the cob

Grilling corn on the cob is easy with this quick method from Chef Tips host Jason Hill. Before cooking corn on the grill, remove the husks and season with salt and pepper. This grilled corn on the cob is wrapped in foil for easy of preparation and heat retention while you prepare your other dishes. It's perfect for summertime barbecues and good times with friends. Learn how to prepare this grilled corn on the cob recipe by watching this video cooking tutorial.

How To: Make hearty corn chowder with Angie Ketterman

Watch as Angie makes an inexpensive chicken corn chowder that feeds a crowd. This cooking how-to video is part of Easy Meals, Good Deals show hosted by Angie Ketterman. Follow along as she takes on the challenge to create dishes that save you time and money. You'll love the results quick and budget-friendly recipes. Make a hearty corn chowder for dinner tonight.

How To: Make a grilled southwestern corn salad

In this cooking how to video Chef Mario teaches us how to make a tasty, healthy salad; Southwestern style. Follow along and learn how to make a grilled corn salad. The ingredients you need for this recipe are corn, red onions, red bell peppers, jalapenos, cilantro and feta cheese.

How To: Make homemade corn tortillas

A basket of homemade steamed tortillas is a simple pleasure that is easy to make. Use freshly ground corn masa or a corn tortilla mix to make your homemade tortillas. Watch this how-to video and let Bon Appetit Magazine show you how to prepare them.

How To: Make non-Newtonian slime mixing cornflour and water

In this tutorial, we learn how to make slime by mixing corn flour and water. To start, you will need corn flour, water, and two plastic containers. First, pour the corn flour into one plastic container and then add in some water with food coloring to the mix. After this, mix the combination together until it makes a paste. Add more water or corn flour as you mix. When finished, grasp the mix in your hands and it will start to turn into slime! You can color this with any color food coloring, b...

How To: Microwave corn on the cob

Corn is everywhere, and there are a large amount of methods for preparing it. If you're a corn on the cob kind of guy, you may be fascinated to know that a microwave is all you need to cook it. Bring the fresh taste of summer to the dinner table in a few short minutes by using your microwave to cook corn on the cob.

How To: Make fake blood

In this video, we learn how to make fake blood. Ingredients are: water, corn starch, corn syrup, red food coloring, green food coloring, and peppermint extract. First, you will need to mix in 1/3 of a bottle of water with the corn starch and corn syrup. Add in ingredients until it's the consistency that you want it to be. Then, drop in some red food coloring and mix it together. After this, add in the green color until it's the color of blood that you would like. From here, add in some pepper...

How To: Harvest fresh sweet corn and make spicy grilled corn

Martha Stewart famously won't put any foods in her mouth unless they're fresh from her own garden, and most other dedicated cooks and foodies probably feel the same way. Fresh always tastes better, hands down. So if you're lucky enough to have a small garden attached to your house and are growing corn, check out this food video to learn how to harvest your hard work.

How To: Make your own kettle corn

In this tutorial, we learn how to make kettle corn. First, prepare a large pot by adding 1/4 c vegetable oil and 3 popcorn kernels. Place the cover on the pot and when those kernels pop, you will know your oil is hot enough. Make sure the pot is placed over a medium high heat while you are doing this. When the oil is hot enough, add 1/2 c popping corn and 1/2 c plain sugar. After this, place the pot on the heat for three seconds, then remove it and shake it for three seconds. This will keep t...

How To: Bake an Indian cornmeal and spice pudding

Indian pudding is a baked custard made from corn meal and milk, eggs and spices, and is sweetened by dark, rich molasses. According to "America's Founding Food" authors Keith Stavely and Kathleen Fitzgerald, colonists used the word "Indian" when referring to corn or corn meal, not the indigenous peoples. This corn pudding became popular among colonial cooks around the time of this country's independence. Watch this how to video and learn how to bake a delicious cornmeal pudding.

How To: Make really simple and gross fake blood

There are a lot of recipes for fake blood online. This one is one of the simplest, and one of the grossest-looking. Just take some white corn syrup, red and blue food coloring and corn starch, mix them all together and you'll soon have an appalling concoction that will terrify your audiences and leave a stain on your rug that you'll never, ever get out.

How To: Cut Corn Off the Cob Easily, Quickly, & Safely

We've all been there: we're enjoying a nice cob of corn, happily covering our face in butter and salt, when suddenly we realize that there's a thread of corn silk stuck in our teeth. We try to dislodge it with our tongue; no luck. We pick around with our fingers; still no luck. That silk is staying there until you return home to your toothbrush and dental floss. And if you think that corn silk is bad for most people, try having braces!

How To: Make your own corn dogs at home

The corn dog is generally considered near the bottom of the American food ladder. It is unrefined, and usually only found at county fairs and other hives of processed foods, fat, and gluttony. This recipe shows you how you can make a more refined version of this classically low-brow dish at home.

How To: Make cheap, realistic, fake blood

In this tutorial, we learn how to make cheap, realistic, fake blood. This is easy and cheap and looks great depending on how well you mix it and follow directions. This is safe and won't hurt you or anyone else. You will need: corn syrup (any brand or kind), cocoa baking powder, red and blue food coloring, water, and vanilla extract (optional). Start out by pouring the corn syrup into a bowl, until half way filled. Next, add in around 5 or six drops of red and mix it together. Then, add in a ...

How To: Make grilled halibut steaks with chanterelles

Chef John from FoodWishes prepares a grilled halibut steak with corn and chanterelle mushrooms. You can find chanterelle mushrooms in most upscale markets. Before cutting into chanterelle mushroom make sure you remove as much dirt as possible by using a brush or the edge of a fork. Next, cut chanterelle mushrooms into thick meaty slices.