On this episode of Scientific Tuesdays, Dylan shows you how to create a non-Newtonian fluid using corn starch and a little water. A non-Newtonian fluid is any fluid that does not follow the laws of physics.
Who says Vegas is only good for gambling? This is a level-by-level walkthrough (on realistic difficulty) of Rainbow Six: Vegas for the PS3, XBox 360, and PC. A helpful voiceover commentary is included.
Here are all the goal popups associated with getting married I'm missing the first few screen shots and please let me know if these are out of order.
Do you like candy corn? Do you like vodka? Well, then this candy corn vodka cocktail will be a huge hit at your Halloween party (at least, with you).
Learn to breathe fire safely using corn starch instead of a flammable liquid. Using only a mouthful corn starch and an open flame, it's possible to breathe fire and impress your friends and family. This trick must not be attempted without professional supervision.
Fresh corn on the cob is so good but many people can't enjoy it on the cobb for one reason or another. Maybe you have dentures, and it is just too difficult. Learn how to cut the corn off the cobb so everyone can enjoy the flavor.
Gross out your friends, or just have fun playing with some goo! You can make your own slime at home easily. All you need is some corn flour and water. Add food coloring if you really want to make it cool!
Turn an Oreo cookie into a delicious turkey cookie! Aside from the Oreos, you will need some thick chocolate frosting, candy corn for the feathers, a malt ball (like a Whopper) for the body and a cinnamon candy for the wattle.
Even though some products might claim to have no MSG on their packaging, they still might include an ingredient called 'hydrolyzed corn protein.' HCP is just another way of saying 'monosodium glutamate.' Don't be fooled next time you're shopping for groceries!
Summertime food focuses heavily on all things grilled - BBQ pork, ribs, chicken, and anything else you can throw onto your George Foreman. But you can make these savory meats taste even more delicious by complementing them with a vegetable side dish.
Hungry for Chinese cuisine? In this video, learn how to cook up a traditional Chinese egg drop soup with a slight variation. Using Chinese egg noodles, the noodles are implemented into the base to create a creamy corn style noodle soup. The texture and hardness of the noodles adds a classic touch to an already traditional soup. Ingredients are listed in the video.
This video by Mschanda instructs viewers on how to 'French braid with or without extensions'. The instructor uses a mannequin to show how to french braid actually how to corn row. Extensions are fake loose hair (either synthetic or human) used in this case to make the hair appear thicker and/or longer. After watching this informative how to video you'll know how to french braid (corn row) hair with and without the use of extensions.
Succotash is traditionally served at Thanksgiving. In this how to video Chef Paul explains how to make flavorful soccotash. All you need for this recipe is: corn, lima beans, onions, butter, green beans and stock.
Welcome to the Everyday Dish vegan cooking show! Chef Brian McCarthy presents No Knead to knead corned beef! Incredibly easy to assemble and the result is out of this world. You gotta try this at home.
Obleck is a mixture that defies Newton's third law and kids will love it! Ingredients you will need are 1.5 cups of corn starch, 1 cup of water, and food coloring which is optional. After mixing, if the mixture is too thick, add more water. If the mixture is too runny, add more corn starch.
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.
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...
I know some people thought I should have entered this in the ship contest (It did meet all contest requirements) but Like I said, i was going to enter this weeks contest, in order to give some of my friends a chance at it. But here is a post of the ship anyway
This delicious, crunchy snack is from Gujarat, India, where it has been served traditionally with crisped rice and dry cereal. This particular version is made with corn for a bit of sweetness.
In this tutorial, we learn how to make Australian buttermilk fried chicken. You will need: salt, pepper, an egg, butter milk, Corn Flakes crumbs, flour, and chicken pieces. To start, you will want to place the chicken into a plastic bag after washing and drying, then pour butter milk over them and let them sit for 2 hours. Now, you will need to crack your egg and whisk it with milk, then place your corn flakes and flour into separate plates. To start, you will dip the chicken in flour, then t...
Most of what prevents us from cooking our own (healthy) food is simply that we have to drag our butts off of our chair, get in the car, and drive to the store with ingredients list in hand and tired expression on face.
Bobby Flay is a leading figure in the television-grilling world. In this episode of his show Grill It! with Bobby Flay, he veers away from his usual pile of meat to make a delicious side dish, grilled corn sheets with a homemade vinaigrette. Corn is not generally served in sheets, and this original presentation adds some flair to what is thought of as a rather boring staple of the American diet. All you need is some skill with cutting vegetable, a functioning grill, and a blender to make this...
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make candy corn out of polymer clay. Users will need yellow, orange and white polymer clay. The yellow is the largest, the orange is the medium and the white is the smallest. Begin by rolling each of the clay into balls and stack them on each other like an ice cream cone. Then flatten it and press on the sides to inflate and square it. Make the top part the widest (yellow) and make the bottom the most narrow (white). It should be in a shape of a tr...
Enjoy easy grill-top cooking with this recipe for Cuban corn on the cob. Follow along as Dave Lieberman from the Food Network shows you how too cook up this recipe. Make this recipe for grilled Cuban corn for your friends and you are sure to impress. The recipe is very simple, it is all in the spiced butter. Watch this cooking how-to video to learn how it is prepared.
Tamales are very laborious to make, but they are definitely worth it. This cooking how-to video shows you the step by step process of making Mexican tamales with Mexican chorizo. You can use chorizo as your stuffing agent or any other meat.
This recipe for sweet, buttery caramel corn will have your little ones asking for more. Serve it as a snack or as a treat at a child's party.
Corn is a Thanksgiving tradition, and corn husk dolls, like the ones in this how-to video, make great holiday decorations! So set a festive mood this Thanksgiving with a homemade craft. You will need 6 corn husks (dried from craft store), twine, scissors, and the step-by-step instructions in this video activity tutorial. Make Thanskgiving corn husk dolls.
You've probably never had corn on the cob like this before, unless you ate it in Mexico. It's not your average buttered cob, but a sweet, spicy and salty cob, grilled to perfection. Erwin Ramos of Olé Mexican Grill demonstrates how this cob of corn is served Mexican street-vendor style.
Mr. O shows his audience in this video how to make oobleck, a slime-like substance which has a variety of unique properties. For this project, you will need a mixing bowl, food coloring, corn starch, a measuring cup, and water. First, color the water with food coloring to a color which is much darker than the color you would like. You will need the correct ratio of water to cornstarch, in a 1 to 2 ratio. Add some water to the bowl and add the cornstarch, then add the rest of the water. Finall...
In this video, Jeff Cavalier demonstrates how the viewer can obtain six pack abs in just twelve weeks while training at home. He begins by explaining that he will show the viewer five separate work outs techniques. The first exercise is called a X-man crunch. To complete this exercise you must lay on your back, with your body in an "X" shape. You then tighten your stomach muscles and bring your legs and your arms together towards the middle. The second exercise is called Heels to the Heavens....
You would think that ice cream would melt when you throw it in hot oil, right? Well, think again! In this tutorial, Chef Ching teaches us how to deep fry ice cream, in Chinese style, and create an delicious dessert.
You may remember the recipe for a basic non-Newtonian fluid from grade school science experiments (one part water to one and one third part corn flour or cornstarch), but those trials probably stopped at squeezing the mixture in your hands. While a regular fluid's viscosity wouldn't allow you to walk on it, a little bit of technique and the magic of physics will have you walking on a non-Newtonian fluid as well as Jesus. This video science experiment shows how to use 50kg of corn flour/cornst...
In this video you can learn how to make great tasting corn chowder. Directions are very easy to follow: 1. Either in stock pot, add olive oil to cool pot - put pot on medium heat. 2. Add bacon and onions and let saute and brown slightly and add garlic, diced ham and cook for two more minutes to heat through. 3. Remove and drain from pot and set aside but reserve fat. 4. Add one tablespoon of the bacon fat back into the pot and add drained fresh corn (remember to save the milk from the fresh c...
What's better than homemade corn tortillas? Follow these simple steps for homemade corn tortillas that will make your guests shout "Ole!"
One of the biggest time-consuming nuisances for any barbecue is prepping corn on the cob. If you've got a lot of mouths to feed, shucking corn is just downright painful, thanks to all of those silk strings that hide in the crevices of the kernel rows.
A video guide created by NextGenWalkthroughs for Rainbow Six Vegas 2 (RSV2) on the Realistic difficulty. RSV2 - Theater - Refinery.
For the normal woodworker at home, the table saw, router and lathe are the prime tools used for making fine furniture, but when you hit the outdoors, the backwoodsman's tool of trade is the chainsaw. Mastering furniture-making with a chainsaw is the key to being a great woodworker, and in this three-part video, you'll learn the techniques to chainsawing your way to a beautiful log bench.
Ching-He Huang shows us how to make a Five Spice Chicken Stir-Fry. Start with chicken breast, oyster sauce, corn flour, carrot, ground white pepper and salt.
Tired of traditional Southern cornbread? Spice it up! With this tutorial, learn how to give your cornbread a spicy Tex-Mex flare! In this video, Betty demonstrates how to make Mexican cornbread, baked in an iron skillet. Full of cornmeal, eggs, Cheddar cheese, sour cream, whole kernel corn, and chopped green chiles, you can't miss with this one!
A nice hot bowl of sweet corn soup is creamy goodness without the cream. Watch this how-to video and try this Indian Chinese recipe on a cold winter day, it’ll warm you through and through.