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How To: Make wholesome blueberry muffins

In this video from Angie of OverTheKitchenCounter.com, we learn how to make wholesome blueberry muffins. Muffins are great because they're so quick and easy to make and almost everyone loves a nice warm muffin from the oven. S let's get started. The first thing you want to do is combine your dry ingredients in a large bowl. Those ingrediets are: 1 3/4 cups of all-purpose flour, 1 tablespoon of baking powder, and 1/2 teaspoon of salt. Stir those together and make a well in the center. In anoth...

How To: Make Basic Vanilla Cupcakes with Chef Phil Vickery

There are lots of cupcake flavors out there: red velvet, chocolate ganache, pumpkin pie, etc. But when it comes to good, wholesome cupcakes, nothing beats simple vanilla cupcakes. Vanilla cupcakes are also a bit healthier than other flavored cupcakes because it only uses vanilla extract (while other cupcakes use artificial food coloring and flavors).

How To: Create a Lauren Conrad girl next door makeup look

Former "Hills" hottie Lauren Conrad is the type of girl you'd bring home to your parents. With girl next door wholesome looks, a can-do attitude, and charming demeanor, Conrad has undoubtedly been the most successful "Hills" star, garnering a book deal and a Kohl's clothing line as a result of her sensibilities.

How To: Create a simple everyday makeup look with Pur Minerals

Using all products from Pur Minerals, this look is for the everyday life style. Simple, clean and effortless. Perfect for work or school, it's all about enhancing your natural beauty. This makeup should not take longer than 10 minutes tops, remember less is more, simplicity is natural and natural and wholesome beauty. Watch this video tutorial to learn how to recreate this pretty makeup look.

How To: Milk your farm cow

Veterinarian Mark Lopez of Wholesome Dairy Farms demonstrates how to milk a cow. Use a teat dip to wet the teats. Then, massage in the fluid so it loosens up the surface dirt and kills bacteria. Stimulate the teat end with your fingers. Next pre-strip the cow by gently pulling on the teat and mimicking the suckling action of a calf. Let the iodine teat dip to sit on the udder. When the cow squirts milk out of the teat, it means that she is stimulated and comfortable. Take a clean towel and wi...

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 ...

How To: Make soul food fried green beans with the Neelys

Pat and Gina are on a mission: wholesome, hearty soul food that'll fill you up. Like this recipe for fried green beans. This cooking how-to video is part of Down Home with the Neelys show hosted by Gina Neely. Pat and Gina Neely and their family own and operate some of Tennessee's best, and devilishly delicious, barbecue restaurants. But when they are relaxing at home in Memphis, they love to create tasty dishes their whole family can enjoy. Now they're ready to share secrets from their famou...

How To: Cook a maple bourbon rib eye roast dinner

Not sure what to make for dinner tonight? In this three part how-to video sequence, a guest chef shows you how to cook up a maple bourbon ribeye roast dinner. Watch as he throws stuff together that you probably already have around the kitchen to make an exquisite dinner. Grab your veggies, spices and rib eye roast to make a wholesome meal for your family. Season the meat with maple and bourbon to add some flavor.

How To: Cook a rib eye steak dinner with a side salad

Not sure what to make for dinner tonight? In this three part how-to video sequence our guest chef shows you how to cook up some a delicious rib eye steak. Watch as he throws stuff together that you probably already have around the kitchen to make an exquisite dinner. Grab your veggies, spices and steak to create an wholesome meal for your family. Serve up the ribeye steak with a side of pasta and a side salad.

How To: Cook fresh swordfish with vermouth

It is hard to come up with a dish that everyone will enjoy, especially after coming home after work. In this how to video our host shows you how to throw some stuff from the fridge together for a wholesome and quick meat. Watch these three videos as he prepares the main course. He starts with a fresh salad with veggies and home fries. Continue by marinating the swordfish in some dry vermouth for great flavor. Enjoy.

How To: Set up a fully functional growing room and grow weed

Yea, you enjoy weed, but haven't you ever thought it would be so much easier if you could grow your own? Now now, don't go out and buy a pot and just start growing them in your back yard, there's a process! In this awesome video you will learn how to set up your own massive growing room and then how to grow the cannabis and what to watch for during the growing stages.

How To: Grow tomato plants more effectively for massive yields

To anyone who has grown tomatoes, the vertical metal cages that they grow in are a familiar sight. This video is here to tell you why you should throw away all of your cages. No, it isn't telling you that tomatoes cause cancer or anything. What it does describe is a technique for growing tomatoes without cages by allowing them to grow laterally, which makes them very strong and will ultimately lead to massive yields for each plant. Forget everything you thought you knew about tomato growing, ...

How To: Grow wheatgrass yourself easy and quick

Wheatgrass juice is an elixir like no other. If you want to know how to grow wheatgrass - this video will teach you. Remarkably easy to grow, and 9 days we go from dormant wheat berries, to grass that's several inches tall. During those 9 days we expend about 2 minutes of labor. It is truly that easy, Why bother with machinery when it's this easy?

How To: Plant and grow Snapdragons

This video series with Jose Zuniga as your Snapdragon guide, covers all aspects of planting, growing and caring for Snapdragons. He discusses both keeping them in tubs and as well as in your yard or garden. The series is broken into 12 video parts that will play sequentially.

How To: Grow daylilies

Our perennial gardening expert Martha Cycz tells you everything you need to know about daylilies, including how to incorporate them into your garden, how to position them for the right amount of shade and how to trim them without causing damage to the stems. She even discusses their root systems and suggests attractive color combinations. If you are unsure whether or not daylilies deserve to be in your garden, these videos will decide for you.

How To: Grow and care for prennial plants

Our greenthumb expert Martha Cycz introduces you to whole new circle of friends, ones with exotic titles like Bretisia, Echinacea and Dicentia. But don't let the sophisticated names fool you: these are very approachable plants, ones which will return your affection year around. And just might summon a butterfly or two when they're feeling just right. Martha will tell you how to plant and care for these perennials so that you may develop rewarding relationships with all of them.

How To: Build a home grow-room to grow and harvest chronic marijuana

Attention all pot smokers— you can start growing your own weed at home! In this underground video from 1999 called "I Grow Chronic", host Mr. Green shows you the step-by-step construction on a basic indoor grow-room. This home growing station will yield about a quarter-pound of chronic sinsemilla marijuana every two months, if you keep it maintained. You can buy everything need to make this grow-room at your local home and garden center.

How To: Make a Window Garden to Grow Food in a Small Space

Growing whatever food that you can yourself is tremendously good for the environment because industrial food production has all sorts of ecological problems. If you live in an apartment, it might seem impossible to grow your own food. Think again! This video will show you how to make a window garden in your apartment and use it to grow herbs and other small crops, decreasing your carbon footprint and making your meals more green.

How To: Grow four easy vegetables in your garden

Fresh veggies are the tastiest way to eat right. They are delicious, as fresh as can be, nutritious and best of all.. free! In addition to all of that, you get the satisfaction of growing your dinner all by yourself. In this tutorial, learn how to plant four vegetables that are so easy anyone can grow them. Even the most inexperienced gardener will be able to make these four veggies grow.

How To: Grow healthy and productive fruit trees

In this tutorial, we learn how to grow healthy and productive fruit trees. Pest management is an issue with growing plats, so use something that can grow in a small area. Only use disease resistant varieties of trees, so you won't lose any while they are growing. You can grow some trees in a small area so they maintain in their space and they are very active. Make sure you prune the trees once they reach a certain heights and you remove any pests that are around. Use these tips to grow health...

How To: Grow a culinary herb garden

In this tutorial, we learn how to grow a culinary herb garden. This will save you money in the kitchen and is very easy to do! You can grow herbs in a 6 square feet area that only needs watered for around 10 minutes each day. You just need to make sure to cut out the flowers that will grow inside them. You can grow chives, rosemary, mint, basil, and thyme. You can use all of these inside the kitchen for all of your different dishes. This will save you a small fortune, because herbs at the gro...

How To: Grow bean sprouts in a hemp bag

This excellent video shows you how to grow bean sprouts in a hemp bag, quickly and easily. Bean sprouts all grow the same way, so these instructions will work for any bean you want to sprout in a bag sprouter. The hemp bag is easy to use, and beans are the perfect crop to grow in it. This video stars sproutpeople's mix of lentils.

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