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How To: Use a corn zipper

This how-to video shows you how to use a corn zipper. This is a fun and useful gadget for the kitchen. The corn zipper takes corn off the cob, quickly and efficiently. Just put it on the corn and pull. This will take it off easily. Not everyone can eat corn on the cob. It will also make eating corn easier for kids. It is much safer than knives as well. You can also turn the zipper on the side to milk the corn for creamed corn. This video shows you how useful a corn zipper is for your kitchen.

How To: Grill corn on the cob with a husky trick

Try corn on the cob with a little outdoor flavor! This video will show you the steps to grilling corn on the cob. If you've never had, then you're missing out a crunchy corn cob delight! The trick is, when peeling the husks back, leave them attached and tie them together with some kitchen string, then soak them in water thirty minutes before you're ready to slap them on the grill.

How To: Plant corn

The video demonstrates the process of planting corn in a small soil-patch in your garden. The lady presenting you the video uses a 75g packet of Corn Honey & Cream Bicolor seeds from Heritage Gardens. Be aware that the corn cross pollinates very easily and hence you have to separate the different types of corn by planting time or by distance. The video says that 150 feet distance between different corn types is recommended but in smaller gardens, spacing can be achieved by different planting ...

How To: Grill caramel corn on the cob and make Italian corn

In this video tutorial ChowTime will show you how to grill caramel corn on the cob and Italian corn on the cob. These recipes are easy and fun. Remember to use the corn as soon as it is picked to ensure the quality of taste. Fun facts include that corn was first cultivated about ten thousand years ago in the highlands of central Mexico and that the average ear of corn has eight hundred kernels! after the corn has soaked for a minimum on thirty minutes, place it on the grill with the temperatu...

How To: Cook corn on the cob on a BBQ grill

This is a video demonstrating how to cook corn on the cob on a grill. To cook the corn, first the husk needs to be stripped from the corn. The husk is not totally removed. The silk is removed from the corn and then the husks are pulled back up. A piece of kitchen string is then tied around the tusk and the corn is soaked in water for 30 minutes so that they won't burn quickly on the grill. The corn is opened on the husk just a little. Then she adds flavored butter to the corn, and then closes...

How To: Cook Thai style corn soup

Here is soup recipe similar to corn chowder with added twist. Follow along in this cooking how-to video to learn how to make a Thai style corn soup. Thai simply implies that this corn soup will be a tad on the spicy side.

How To: Play corn hole

Check out this instructional video that will teach and demonstrate how to play corn hole. What is corn hole? Corn hole is a game in which players take turns pitching small bags filled with corn (or sand or beans) at a raised platform with a hole in the far end. These platforms are usually plywood sometimes plastic and either all white or decorated with a team name or any other custom creation.

How To: Build a home garden in a small space

This video explains how to build a home garden in a small space. The video begins with the first small garden example being show, this garden contains corn, tomatoes and summer squash. It is explained that it is very important to shake and loosen the pollen buds on many of the plants to ensure proper pollination. The second small garden shown consisted of tomatoes and various pepper breads. The need to loosen pollen and allow the wind to help the plants get on pollen on the female buds. It is...

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 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.

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 Mexican esquites

Remove the husks from the ears of corn, as well as pulling off the excess strings. Using a sharp knife, slice the kernels off the cob by cutting a bit off the end of the cob so you can stand it upright. Then slide your knife down the cob on each side to remove the kernels. Add the corn and water to a large pot or frying pan with high sides. Cook the corn over medium heat until there is no water left and the corn has softened. Add the butter and salt and gently fry the corn for 2-3 minutes to ...

How To: Cut corn off the cob for meal preparation

Here, Foodie tips instructs how to cut corn off the cob! First, get your corn on the cob. You will want to place the corn firmly, standing up straight, on your cutting board. Take your knife or cutting tool, place it on the edge and top of the cob and ride it down softly. You'll want to softly and slowly drag the knife down the cob so the corn does not pop everywhere. Hold the corn firmly to help the cob be stable. You can also lay a towel down to further stabilize the cob. Continue doing thi...

How To: Remove corn from the cob

Toni Tanner Scott from Family Digest Magazine demonstrates the process of removing corn from the cob. First, it is recommended that you cut away the pointed tip of the corn. Then carefully remove the husk and all silk from the corn. Hold your shucked corn upright in a large shallow bowl. Using a very sharp knife and remembering to always cut away from yourself, remove the corn kernels by cutting downward as close to the cob as possible about three or four rows of corn at a time. Continue to r...

How To: Make corn on the cob for a miniature dollhouse

Garden of Imagination demonstrates how to make a miniature corn on the cob out of polymer clay. First, roll and flatten two small balls of green clay to make the corn husks. Make the husks pointed on both ends. Take a piece of yellow clay and roll it into a conical corn cob shape. Insert the corn on the cob into the texture piece and roll it to achieve the textured corn kernels. Wrap the corn on the cob between the two green husks. Make sure the husk leaves overlap in the front. Squeeze the c...

How To: Make a vegetarian succotash

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a vegetarian succotash. To make this, you will need: garlic, onions, green beans, jalapeno pepper, red pepper, diced tomatoes, lima beans, corn, zucchini, cool zucchini, and olive oil. First, heat up the olive oil with some butter in a large pan. Then, saute your chopped onions until they are golden brown. Then, throw in the garlic, red bell pepper, and jalapeno and cook for three minutes. Make sure you have chopped everything up before adding it. Now, a...

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: Grill crispy apple corn flake chicken

In this video, you will learn to cook an apple corn flake chicken on the grill with the BBQ Pit Boys. First, you will be walked through and showed all of the ingredients you will need; they are all relatively common or easy to get ingredients. Next, you will learn how to make the marinade for the chicken, and how long it should be marinated. The video will be narrated, showing you exactly, step by step, how to prepare, season, and grill this chicken dish. You will be given tips and advice, su...

How To: Cook Argentinian corn empanadas

You don't have to go out to the restaurant to cook up this South American classic. You can make your own corn empanadas at home tonight! This recipe from The Food Network takes you through everything you need to know to make killer empanadas. This video will show you how to cook corn empanadas.

How To: Cook corn, avocado and tomato salad

This recipe for corn, avocado and tomato salad is an ideal salad to serve in the summer at your next barbecue. It offers a lighter alternative to the piles of meat without leaving people pining for something hearty and filling. The corn and avocado are plenty filling and the tomato adds a great zest to the dish.

How To: Make corn husk dolls

This video teaches you a simple and easy way to make corn dollies. For those of you that don't know, corn dollies are the homes for the spirits of corn that have lost their homes during the harvest. The spirits will live in the doll throughout the winter and will be returned to the fields the forthcoming spring. To make these you will need corn husks, Sharpies, a pair of scissors, and ribbons of your desired color. These corn dollies are a fun project for kids and will be sure to help create ...

News: Airlines' Reliance on Group Boarding Could Spread Pandemics

On the airplane, in the middle of cold and flu season, your seatmate is spewing, despite the clutch of tissues in their lap. Your proximity to an infectious person probably leaves you daydreaming (or is it a nightmare?) of pandemics and estimating how likely it is that this seatmate's viral or bacterial effusions will circulate throughout the plane and infect everyone on board.

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: Make a fresh tomato and corn salsa

Salsa is the prefect summer time snack, perfect for any kind of chip. And this version made with corn is even better than your standard salsa. Throw some spice into your day with this refreshing recipe that will always find itself in your fridge. Watch the full video recipe for making the fresh tomato and corn salsa.

How To: Make Dr. Pepper grilled pork chops

This is a video describing how to make Dr. Pepper grilled pork chops. The first thing is the pork chops are marinated in a plastic bag with rosemary, Dr. Pepper, olive oil, salt and pepper, rum, and honey. Finally a tablespoon of chopped garlic is added. The pork chop should be marinated for an hour. He then makes some coleslaw. He slices the onion, adding cabbage, carrots and dried cherries. he then adds red wine vinegar and whole grain mustard, a touch of olive oil and salt and pepper. He t...

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.