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How To: Make a traditional longbow and recurve bow

Archery is a sport that requires a lot of skill, and it takes even more skill to make your own longbow. Luckily, you have this nine part series to guide you. This tutorial will take you through ever aspect of making your own longbow and teach you how to do it yourself. Your unique, handmade bow is sure to impress even the worthiest opponent.

How To: Make a traditional Vietnamese Pho

Pho (pronounced Fa) is a fantastic traditional Vietnamese dish, a little on the spicy side, but oh so good! Instead of going out to a Vietnamese restaurant to buy some, why not make your own!? In this video you will learn how to make a traditional version of Pho that will be searing your tastebuds in no time!

How To: Cook traditional English fish and chips

Michelin-starred chef, Tom Aikens shows you how to cook quintessential fish and chips with traditional accompaniments. You will need cod fillets, flour, English mustard, salt, ground black pepper, eggs, vegetable oil, water, lemon juice, white wine vinegar, gherkins, capers, parsley, shallots, peas, butter, mint, white pepper, beer, and sparkling water. Watch this video cooking tutorial and learn how to make a traditional yet gourmet English fish and chips.

How To: Cook traditional German recipes

In this online German recipe video series, learn from gourmet chef Rainer Wickel how to prepare German potato pancakes, wienerschnitzel, and a German sauerkraut casserole. This expert chef will teach you about traditional German cooking, what wienerschnitzel is, what German potato pancakes are, what a sauerkraut casserole is, and the ingredients and utensils needed to create these traditional German dishes.

How To: Make traditional Japanese udon noodle soup with vegetables and chicken

'Udon' means 'thick', and udon noodle soup is a traditional Japanese dish known for it's thick rice noodles. This delicious soup is made with dashi, mirin, soy sauce, fresh vegetables, chicken and shellfish. The tutorial shows you how to start by making the dashi broth, boiling and blanching the vegetables, and then cooking the meat for a soup that's a meal by itself.

How To: Fold a traditional origami paper star box

Need a place to store a few odds and ends? How about all of those little origami stars you like to make? In this video, you'll learn the folds for making a traditional origami paper sat box, perfect for all of your folded stars, or anything else! You'll start out folding this star box with the what's called the "star base."

How To: Paint a traditional puppy dog painting

Everybody loves dogs, but not everybody can own one. Although… everyone can own and enjoy a painted dog. And if you want to learn how to paint a puppy dog yourself, this is the video tutorial for you. Make sure to pause the video after each step and look at the screen every few seconds while you are drawing.

How To: Make traditional Italian spaghetti carbonara

In this recipe, you will learn how to make traditional spaghetti carbonara. This dish may not be exactly what you expect it to be - there is no cream involved, and it is essentially spaghetti with eggs and bacon. Follow along with this tutorial from Chef John and make your family a healthier and much tastier carbonara.

How To: Throw traditional boomerangs

Got a traditional boomerang lying around? Check this video out for a tutorial on how to throw a traditional boomerang the right and wrong way. Each step performed shows what's being done wrong and what's being done right, so be sure to watch this if you wish to improve your boomerang skills.

How To: Make a traditional pesto sauce

Pesto sauce is a staple of Italian cooking and makes any type of pasta taste fantastic. But instead of going to your neighborhood Olive Garden, make it yourself at home! Just make sure you have a food processor lying around! In this video, chef Jason Hill shows you how to make a traditional pesto sauce from the Cinque Terre region. He will show you how to harvest and toast the pine nuts and shows you how he uses his food processor to create the sauce. Bon Appetite!

How To: Stretch a pair of shoes with a one-way shoe stretcher

Buy a new pair of shoes only to find that they're too snug? Don't despair. With a traditional shoe stretcher, this problem is easily resolved. And this handy cobbler's guide presents an easy-to-follow overview of how to use one. For more information, and to get started widening your own shoes with a traditional shoe expander tool, give this tutorial a look.

How To: Fold a simple, traditional origami paper goldfish

Forget Goldfish Crackers and the actual living, swimming ones. They both, one day, will disappear. The crackers will only last as long as your hunger, and the living goldfish will eventually die (or also last as long as your hunger— or your cat's hunger). But there's one goldfish that can survive the test of time— an origami paper gold fish.

How To: Make an easy traditional haleem

Titli Nahaan shows us how to make a traditional dish known as Haleem. This dish is made with cubed beef, dried wheat, yellow split peas, red lentils, garlic and ginger paste, chili powder, turmeric, garam masala, coriander, cumin, black pepper, salt, ground cloves, and curry leaves.

How To: Make traditional sauer kraut

From VidVend we learn, in this video, how to make a traditional old style German sauerkraut. The first step, and this is the most fundamental thing with sauerkraut we are told, is to salt your cabbage. Then, with your salt and cabbage mixed into a large bowl, you must compress it, in this instance this is done by putting a plate over top the cabbage, and then adding a weight on top of that. After a few hours, the cabbage is then rinsed, and cooked for 45 minutes with white pepper, juniper ber...

How To: Make a traditional Christmas pudding

In this two-part cooking tutorial, learn how to make delicous & easy, tradition Christmas pudding with Sue McMahon, cookery editor at Women's Weekly. To make this pudding you will need the following ingredients: mised dried fruit, brown sugar, plain flour, white bread crumbs, shredded suet, two medium eggs, mixed spice, ginger, Guiness, baking soda, baking powder, salt, and brandy. Set a light to your pudding and wow your next holiday party with this beloved Christmas classic dessert dish.

How To: Perform "Tatta Adavu" in Indian Bharatanatyam dance

In Bharatanatyam, the word "Tatta" literally means "to tap". "Adavu" is translated as foot work, but "adavu" is not a presentation limited to usage of the the feet. Every single limb of the body is coordinated in a certain style. In this traditional Indian dance how to video, we are taught the Bharatanatyam way of leg tapping. This "adavu" involves only the use of legs unlike most other "adavus."

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