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How To: Make a grave rubbing

Grave rubbing is more than just an art. It's a record of the past, one that so many people would just rather forget. And graves are the one way to reconnect with that world. Discover the ancient art of gravestone rubbing to record beautiful headstone images or to enhance your genealogy studies. It only takes a few simple tools and you’re on your way.

How To: Do a fakie on a BMX

In this How To Video Kurtis Elwell will walk you through how to do a fakie on a BMX. The best place to start learning how to roll a fakie is on a steep hill or incline. As soon as you start to lose momentum on the hill you will stop for a moment then start rolling backwards. If your BMX is equipped with a cassette wheel it will start to force you to pedal backwards. Then, when you are rolling backwards and want to turn around, turn your front wheel to a 45 degree angle. Lean back a bit so all...

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: Do the frontside and backside 180 on a snowboard

This video illustrates how to do a front side and backside 180 on a snowboard. This process is done by the following steps.Step 1You need a helmet, packing snow, shovel and a snowboard.Step 2Learn to carve a switch.Step 2Make a jump.Step 3Make sure there is no one on the way.Step 4Make sure the hill is long and you go down fast so that you get more air which means that you get more time for a full spin of 180.Step 5Bend your knees down.Step 6Spin your lower body first and focus on landing. th...

How To: Master Newton's second law of motion with NASA

The second law of motion. Force equals mass times acceleration. F=MA. Learn the facts about Newton's second law of motion from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, otherwise known as NASA. The United States government's most infamous agencyand the powerhouse of space exploration explains motion theory.

How To: Install off-road lights onto a Toyota FJ Cruiser

Reach the lights at the end of the tunnel, or better yet... be the lights at the end of the tunnel. Check out this video tutorial to see how to install off-road lights onto a Toyota FJ Cruiser. You will see exactly how to install Baja Designs' off-road lights onto that Cruiser in preparation of running the Baja 1000 Course. These lights only make things stronger and more clear. Forget simple automobile headlights, do you want to see that tree up that hill or not? This will take some time, mou...

How To: Make a fresh guacamole

Guacamole is one of the most popular avocado recipes. It's one of the most beloved Mexican recipes in California and around the globe. Chef Jason Hill of Chef Tips shares this easy guacamole recipe explains how to make the best guacamole dip ever. Feel free to add a couple cloves of crushed garlic to make it really authentic! The ingredients are avocado, tomato, cilantro, green onion, jalapeno, and lime. Learn how to prepare this avocado guacamole recipe by watching this video sauce-cooking t...

How To: Tie the Prussik rescue knot for climbing

This is a must know knot for any climber. Used for everything from self belay to crevasse rescue. Try this hitch out. It is real easy but believe me you can be really hooped if you don't know it. On the other hand this will get you out of a bind when nothing else will. Common knot for mountaineers who travel light in the big hills. Used to ascend a rope or self rescue out of a crevasse.

How To: Make a healthy orange chicken dish at home

Going out and eating at those Chinese fast food places are the best! And a staple of all of them are the orange chicken! But instead of getting take out, you can make it at home for much cheaper, and healthier! In this video chef Jason Hill takes you through the steps of making his orange chicken recipe as a sautee' instead of a fry.

How To: Make a great green bean side dish

Sometimes simple is the best way to do it, and what is simpler than green beans? Well, they aren't THAT simple, but the concept is easy to grasp. Green beans can make a fantastic side dish to any meal if you know how to cook them right. In this video, chef Jason Hill introduces you to a simple, but delicious green bean recipe with garlic and shallots.

How To: Choose the right pair of kitchen shears

In this clip, Chef Jason Hill talks all about kitchen shears (or kitchen scissors). In order to be the best cook you can be, you will want to make sure you have the right shears. Shears are designed for cooking and work a million times better than a knife or normal pair of scissors for things like cutting through bone. Check out this chef's tip and make sure you choose the right pair for you.

How To: Make a garlic puree garnish for seasoning recipes

Chef Jason Hill uses this garlic puree for most recipes that call for fresh garlic. The addition of the shallot gives this puree more depth. It keeps up to ten days covered in the refrigerator, and keeps frozen for up to six months in the freezer. The ingredients are garlic and shallots. Learn how to prepare this recipe by watching this video cooking tutorial.

How To: Make your own Irish cream

Bailey's is such a versatile drink. You can use it for baking, Irish coffee, Irish car bombs, or just over the rocks works too. But, alcohol is expensive, so, in this video, you will learn how to make your own home made Irish cream from scratch with chef Jason Hill. Now go forth and car bomb away! (Save some for the rest of us!)

How To: Dice, mince and slice onions and shallots

Developing your knife skills are the true way to becoming a better cook, or chef, in the kitchen. And lesson 101 for developing those knife skills are dicing, slicing and mincing. In this video, chef Jason Hill shows you the techniques that he uses for dicing and slicing onions and mincing shallots.

How To: Unlock the FBI Investigator trophy in Heavy Rain

In this tutorial, we learn how to unlock the FBI Investigator trophy in Heavy Rain. To get this trophy, you have to get all the clues at the crime scene the first time you play it. While you are in the level, you will need to look at the victim and the things that are surrounding them. There are four clues that are in the video, the last one is harder to find than the rest. Look at the person's hand to help find more. There are a couple clues outside and a couple more outside on the hill. Whe...

How To: Craft a briolette (drop bead) crystal necklace

We're totally not lying when we say that the necklace featured in this video sells for upwards of $100 at some fine retailers in Beverly Hills. Composed of a long, sparkly necklace chain and a teardrop shaped pendant attached with intricate wire wrapping, this is a necklace that looks a lot more difficult to make than it actually is.

How To: Do a stalefish slide on a longboard

Short skateboards are more associated with doing tricks than their longboard cousins, but that doesn't mean there aren't gnarly moves that you can do while you're riding downhill on your longboard. This video will show you how to do a stalefish grab on a longboard. You may know this move as an air from shortboarding, but on a longboard you don't even need to jump to do it! Watch this, then get out to your local hill and try it out.

How To: Play the recorder with Mrs. Hill

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to play a recorder. The mouthpiece of the recorder goes onto your bottom lip and in front of your bottom teeth. Do not bite on it. You rest your mouth on it. Only the tip of the mouthpiece goes in your mouth. When you blow on the recorder, blow with a steady air stream with a small amount of air. Squeaking is caused when you blow too hard and if you finger are not covering the holes completely. This video will benefit those viewers who are interested ...

How To: Grow watermelon

Watermelon is not only a refreshing treat but is full of nutrients and energy. Prepare for a summer you will never forget by starting a watermelon patch today. From seeding to watching your plants grow, this is a fun project for the whole family.

How To: Install post and dowel fencing

My how-to on Post and Dowel Fencing. My buddy Sven and I, with the help of landowner Rex, installing a massive post & dowel Fence. You need a level, post hill driller, rock bar, and stakes. There are terminator, corner and line posts that have holes specifically for its position in the fence. It's like Lincoln logs that snap together. Lengths of the post vary, but you want 1/3 of the post underground. This is great for lining your property or farm.

How To: Make shepherd's pie with ground turkey

Shepherd's pie is such a staple that if you actually did mess it up, you had have the entire British Isles chasing you down to hang you ritualistically! But it's ok! In this fantastic video chef Jason Hill shows you how to make a great tasting Shepherd's Pie, and on top of it, he uses an alternative, healthier option for the meat by using ground turkey.

How To: Roast potatoes like a restaurant chef

A classic side dish for any hearty meal is roasted potatoes. Works for breakfast too for home fries! (kinda) If you've been trying but haven't quite found the right way to cook your potatoes then you're in luck! In this video, chef Jason Hill goes into detail on his methods of making perfect roasted potatoes every time and it all starts with the right cooking method.

How To: Make garlic shrimp just like the Oahu food trucks

Hawaii is definitely a beautiful place, and a popular vacation destination. But if you are a foodie, you know that the best part about Hawaii is the food! And in Oahu, the locals know that the best stuff is the garlic shrimp that you can get at the food trucks. But instead of going out and buying a plane ticket to Hawaii, let chef Jason Hill take you through the steps in making your own!

How To: Get a cute summer side braid like Audrina Partridge

In this tutorial, learn how to style a super cute summer side braid like Audrina from "The Hills". This video will talk you through the braiding process, step by step and show you how to fix any mistakes. This look is great for keeping your hair out of your face in the hot summer sun and works well with layers, because it is bedhead boho chic. Have a great summer!

How To: Plant potatoes yourself

Interested in planting potatoes? Start a self-sustaining garden full of veggies you can take from your garden, straight to your dinner plate. Plant potatoes 8 inches apart and about 4 inches deep. When the plants grow about 6 to 8 inches tall, start to hill up the sides. Learn more about how to plant potatoes yourself from this video presented by Homestead Acres.