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How To: Wear a wrist watch

This video tutorial belongs to the Beauty & Style category which is going to show you how to wear a wrist watch. These days not many people wear watches. They find out time with their cell phones. If you want to improve your image, wearing a watch will help. If you are going for a job interview or on a date, you should wear a watch. Because watches co-relate to responsibility and hence project a better picture of yourself. A solid stainless steel watch is universal and matches with formal as ...

How To: Make a pumpkin pie martini

This Food Channel video demonstrates making a pumpkin pie martini. Erica Muse from Martini’s in Las Vegas starts by pouring portions of Stolichnaya Vanilla vodka, chai liqueur and pumpkin spice liqueur into the glass part of a Boston shaker. Then she adds half and half, whipping cream or heavy cream. She shakes the mixture over ice using the stainless steel portion of a Boston shaker as the cover, and strains into a martini glass that has already been rimmed with sugar for serving.

How To: Make an easy piña colada with Bacardi & Koko Kanu

To make a pina colada, start by adding 40 milliliters of Bacardi white rum into the glass portion of a Boston shaker. To that, add 50 milliliters of Koko Kanu (coconut liqueur). Then add cream of coconut, heavy cream, lime juice and pineapple juice. Add ice to the glass. If wanted, add a small amount of sugarcane syrup. Cover the glass with the stainless steel portion of the Boston shaker and shake to mix and cool the drink. To serve put ice in a hurricane glass, and strain the drink into the...

How To: Make a steampunk bunny

This video teaches you how to make a steampunk bunny. You want to start off by making a blob with a fairly light color. Then you want to use a sharp stainless steel tool to create a round head. Make sure to make the head of the bunny is forwarded a little bit so that it looks like a bunny. Next, using your hands create a tail in the back of the bunny. Insert one of the bigger eyes using the little wire. Go ahead take your tool and carve out the nose, the cheeks and the mouth. Next you want to...

How To: Build high production spirals

Check out this instructional science video that demonstrates how to make high production spirals. Since for many people it is much easier to buy 1/12 of an inch 316 L Stainless Steel welding wire or a 1/8 of an inch wire (instead of plates or tubes), then for those of you who do not have the practical skills this video might just be a little hint and a aid on how to proceed. There are so many details needed involved in order to make it simple and replicable. Learn how to build production spir...

How To: Build a playground slide

In this video tutorial, you'll find instructions for building a standard joist design playground slide, supported by 3-by-4 posts and secured with galvanized fasteners. All fasteners exposed to the outdoors must be weather-resistant, galvanized, zinc-coated brass or stainless steel. Standard homeowner tools are all you'll need to complete your slide—a tape measure, post-hole digger, circular saw, sawhorses and a level. A good drill/driver is a great tool if using decking screws as fasteners. ...

How To: Brew mead honey wine at home

Mead may seem beyond old-fashioned, but it's a delicious honey wine that's simple to makde. You will need honey, water, lemon juice or zest, raisins, a stainless steel pot, a thermometer, a carboy, a bucket, and a spoon. Watch this video home-brewing tutorial and learn how to brew mead fermented honey wine at home.

How To: Remove the coolant hoses on a Honda 919 motorcycle

In this automotive repair tutorial you will learn how to replace the coolant lines on a Honda 919/Hornet 900 motorcycle. Learn how to drain the coolant, replace the existing hoses with new ones (in this case braided stainless steels ones) and refill the coolant. If you want to upgrade the coolant hoses or just need to replace the existing ones on your Honda 919 motorcycle, this video shows you how it's done.

How To: Make Chain Mail Armor from Start to Finish

This article is a guide for making Chainmail Armor from start (simple wire) to finish (a finished chainmail shirt). We will be using the European 4 in 1 weave, as this is the most common weave. This is the weave that you usually see in movies. There are several sections to this guide: Materials, Making the Rings, Weaving the Rings, and Making the shirt.

News: Inspire Your Kids to Cook with a Safe Mini Knife Set

When you have a parent who cooks—and has you act as sous chef—the kitchen automatically becomes a less intimidating place. In other words, kids who know their way around the kitchen will most likely become adults who cook for themselves, which also means that they'll eat more unprocessed whole foods, save money, and maintain a healthy weight.

How To: Juice wheatgrass with the Hurricane Manual Juicer

This Hurricane Stainless Steel Manual Wheatgrass Juicer video demonstration and review from Health Banquet will show you the different parts of this best manual juicer, how to assemble the Wheatgrass Juicer and how simply it juices wheatgrass and barley grass. With this durable, tiny, and easy to clean Hurricane Manual Juice Extractor, you will easily be pulling in this nutritious wheatgrass juice into your diet.

How To: Mix a dirty vodka martini

Theo explains how to make martinis that you’ll like. He starts with vodka, preferring Grey Goose or Smirnoff. He explains that basic vermouth is fine in a martini; expensive vermouths don’t do much for the flavor. He uses a standard martini glass for serving and suggests chilling them in the freezer, and the stainless steel part of a Boston shaker and strainer for mixing the drink. He suggests having olives on hand for a dirty martini, and picks to hold the olive garnish. He starts by fil...

How To: Make a tomato-based barbecue sauce

Learn how to make a mouth-watering BBQ sauce from BBQTalk in just four easy steps! BBQTalk shows us how to make an easy, homemade BBQ sauce from scratch. You will need: 2 cups of ketchup ; cup white vinegar (apple cider vinegar can be used) ; cup of your favorite premium brand molasses, 1 tsp. seasoned salt (Lawry's brand recommended, plain salt can be used if seasoned salt is not available); 1 tsp. allspice, 1 tsp. chili powder, 1 tsp. paprika; 1 tsp. hot sauce; cup brown sugar; 1 tsp. mace ...

How To: Milk a cow

Modern milking parlors use machines, but milking a cow by hand is an ancient art. Here’s the "udderly" perfect way to do it.

Food Tool Friday: Cut Your Cooking Time with a Pressure Cooker

Kitchen tools are a personal thing. One hard lesson for me to learn is that just because something is popular doesn't mean that it's right for me. Take the slow cooker, for instance. Many rave about it, but I never cottoned to the thing. However, the more research I do, the more I think the pressure cooker might be a game changer for my cooking style.

How To: Dry fruit from your garden

Curtis Smith of Southwest Yard and Garden show viewers how they can dry fruit from their garden. First, you need to wash your hands before handling your fruit. To wash your hands you want to remove any jewelry, wet your hands, lather your hands and rub them together for 20 seconds and rinse. Dry them on a clean towel so you don't recontaminate. You can dry fruit in your oven if you don't have a dehydrator by setting your oven on the lowest setting, 150 degrees F, and leaving the oven open unt...

How To: Keep areas clean for your dog

Your dog travels all around the house all day. Here are five places to remember to keep clean. Watch this how-to video as the Dog Channel offers five places your dog encounters that are important to clean regularly. Remember he always travels to his toys, crate and bed.

How To: Demon Hand Armor Tutorial (Video)

Here's my latest armor tutorial...what I call the "Demon Hand". The method used in this tutorial can be used to create pretty much any armor. This one is is 18 gauge brass, but if you use stainless steel I suggest 20 or 22 gauge. This is the easiest of all of my gauntlets to create, and it takes a lot less metal. Less than an 8.5" x 11" piece (per hand). Would make cool motorcycle riding gloves!

How To: Make an Iron Man Inspired Gauntlet (in Metal)

Here's my latest gauntlet, made in 22 gauge stainless steel using ordinary hand tools you probably already have in your garage. I used Iron Man for inspiration, but it's far from an exact replica. Unlike my previous gauntlets, there is minimal riveting, as most of the parts are held to the glove using epoxy, along with some small nuts and bolts. Aside from cutting out all the parts, which is a little tedious, it's actually fairly easy to do. A fun project for anyone into metalworking, prop ma...

How To: Make Your Own Propane-Fueled Cotton Candy Machine at Home

Cotton candy is a treat generally reserved for carnivals, fairs, and other events that don't come around often enough. Through some clever construction and about $45 in materials though, you can have all the sugary substance you could ever want with this awesome DIY cotton candy machine. All you'll need to construct your own are two dollar store stainless steel bowls, a fan motor, a few odd screws and bolts, a drill, and a propane torch. Check out the tutorial video below. As an added bonus, ...

News: iPhone X Roundup — Everything You Need to Know About Apple's 10th Anniversary Smartphone

Apple has something big in store for consumers in 2017 to mark the 10th anniversary of the iPhone. One major surprise is that Apple has decided to forgo on releasing a 7S in favor of a redesigned iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. To further commemorate its 10-year milestone, the Cupertino-based company has released the very exclusive iPhone X, garnering much excitement in the process.