Crack Boiled Eggs

How To : Things to Do on WonderHowTo (05/09 - 05/15)

WonderHowTo is a how-to website made up of niche communities called Worlds, with topics ranging from Minecraft to science experiments to Scrabble and everything in-between. Check in every Wednesday evening for a roundup of user-run activities and how-to projects from the most ...more

How To : Things to Do on WonderHowTo (01/11 - 01/17)

WonderHowTo is made up of niche communities called Worlds. If you've yet to join one (or create your own), get a taste below of what's going on in the community. Check in every Wednesday for a roundup of new activities and projects. This week has been an exciting one. The com ...more

How To : Make sunny-side up or over-easy eggs

Perfectly cooked eggs are a breakfast staple. Learn how to make sunny-side up and over-easy eggs, plus how to crack an egg without breaking the yolk. With one hand, hold the egg in your palm. Firmly tap the egg on a hard surface, such as the counter or table. You'll see that i ...more

How To : Pack a lunch for a dollar a day

Looking to cut your monthly expenses down? Brown-bagging is one of the easiest ways to save money, especially if you stock several key items. In this video, ways to pack a lunch for a dollar a day are gone over. You Will Need: • Slow-cooking oats • Whole wheat bread • Eggs ...more

How To : Cook an easy cheese omelet

A simple recipe for this anytime food. Ingredients -4 eggs -2 tablespoon Oil -Salt and black pepper -3 slices of cheese Or grated cheese, any kind of your choice such as cheddar or mozzarella cheese -Crack an d mix the eggs adding salt and pepper to taste -Add to the ho ...more

How To : Make an easy cheese sandwich egg souffle

For a Mother's Day meal try this easy-to-make cheese sandwich egg souffle. Our host got her recipe from her grandmother, but now she is passing it on to you. Try cooking up this recipe for cheese sandwich souffle. Ingredients for cheese sandwich souffle: * 8 slices homemade-s ...more

How To : Make olive-oil chocolate chip cookies

This is a video from the host of Howtoeatacupcake.net on how to make olive oil chocolate chip cookies. The first thing you're going to want to do is preheat the oven to 350. Next put 2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour, 1 teaspoon baking soda, 1 teaspoon salt into a large mixing bowe ...more

How To : Make onion skin Easter eggs

The Simple Chef is going to show you a very easy guide to making onion skinned Easter eggs. All you need is: eggs, onion skins, paper towels, and some twine or string. To begin, you want to take an egg and wrap it in onion skins until it's completely covered and then wrap the ...more

How To : Make healthier deviled eggs

The "better deviled egg is renamed the "angel" egg. Boil as many eggs as you want to prepare. The ingredients you will need besides the eggs are: pickles (dilled are preferred) and humus. Take the hard-boiled egg and cut it lengthwise. Remove the yolk. Take a tablespoon of you ...more

How To : Make Pesto Stuffed Mushrooms with Quail Eggs

These are classic stuffed mushrooms with a luxurious twist! This time I'm using Portabello mushrooms with fresh pesto, tomatoes, and a quail egg on top. Ingredients (Portions below serve 2) For the pesto: 2 cups Basil 4 cloves Garlic 1 cup Parmesan Cheese 3/4 cup Olive Oil ...more

How To : Make simple and quick deviled eggs with Amy Chow

Need a simple dish to prepare for Thanksgiving that's not time consuming but will still make a big, flavorful impact at your dinner table? Then deviled eggs are the perfect recipe for you. Check out this video to learn how to prepare simple deviled eggs with regular or Dijon ...more

How To : Make a fried egg

Over medium heat warm a small amount of oil or butter – perhaps 1 ½ tsp – in a small (8 inch) skillet, or spray the pan with nonstick cooking spray. Crack an egg into the pan. Cook until the white appears solid (for about 3 to 4 minutes). For basted eggs, put 1 tsp or so of me ...more

How To : Make lobster ravioli

Kick out the beef and bring in the shellfish for this hit ravioli. There's nothing better than a little lobster ravioli. But that's not all, lobster isn't the only ingredient in this pasta dish—it even has lump crab meat for the sauce. Sal Firicano and Nick Varano of Nico ris ...more

How To : Hard boil eggs in the FoodPod

First step is to place eggs in Foodpod. Small note: use older eggs, it's better than fresher eggs for hard-boiling. Second step add cold water to cover eggs one inch. Third step is turn heat to high and bring to a rapid bowl. Then turn off heat and let sit for 16 minutes. F ...more

How To : Peel a Hard Boiled Egg in Seconds

We all know getting hard boiled egg shells off can be a pain. I've done how to peel a hard boiled egg the cool way. I now present to you how to peel it in seconds. Video: . Now that I have saved you a whole bunch of times please don't forget to give me kudos. I hope you enjoye ...more

How To : 5 Shortcuts to Making Killer Breakfasts in a Hurry

Personally, I think everyone should have the freedom to sit down and enjoy a delicious breakfast each morning... but that isn't always attainable, especially because of the prep work and cook time that tasty meals often require. Don't Miss: How to Make a Full Breakfast Withou ...more

News : 13 Delicious Egg-in-the-Hole Remixes You Gotta Try

Okay, so you've read our guide on how to make the perfect poached egg. Maybe you've also read our tutorials on making great hard-boiled eggs and even scrambled hard-boiled eggs. Now comes the question: what's next? Well, it's time to look at what accompanies the egg. You can' ...more

How To : Make Garlic Deviled Eggs

Here is how to make garlic deviled eggs, perfecta appetizers when you have family and friends over. Step 1: To Make Garlic Deviled Eggs You Will Need 6 hard-cooked eggs ¼ cup real mayonnaise 2 tsp garlic powder ½ tsp Paprika powder 6 capers ½ tbsp coarse sea salt Step 2: In ...more

News : 10 More Egg Hacks That You Shouldn't Live Without

You may have caught our prior list of excellent egg hacks. Well, we've rounded up 10 more awesome tips and tricks to perfect your egg game. Check 'em out below. 1. Make a Flawless Sunny Side Up Egg If you struggle with either an undercooked or overly-browned sunny side up eg ...more

How To : Make the Best Deviled Eggs Ever

The first time I encountered a deviled egg, the name freaked me out. Why was it called a deviled egg? Was it the spawn of some demonic chicken? If I ate it, would my soul be at risk? I was about eight years old at the time and sought counsel from my grandma. She patted my han ...more

How To : DIY Instant Cup O' Noodles for a Better Lunch

Instant ramen and just-add-water noodles are lifesavers because they are convenient and fast, but they are also usually chock-full of processed ingredients and unrecognizable pieces of dehydrated meat and vegetables. These DIY cups o' noodles are still portable and fast for B ...more

How To : 9 More Double-Duty Kitchen Tools

Need to slice corn kernels off a cob without making a mess? Place the corn cob upright on the elevated portion of a Bundt pan and slice downward against the kernels with a knife so the kernels fall within the bowl to use for later. Know the double-duty kitchen tools in your k ...more

How To : Peel an Entire Bag of Potatoes in Under a Minute

Have a need for drama? Sick of doing kitchen prep and having no one appreciate just how much work you're doing? Then take a tip from a few seriously lazy cooks and peel a few pounds of potatoes in less than sixty seconds using a power hose, a bucket, a drill, and a cheap toile ...more

How To : The Absolute Fastest Way to Peel an Apple

Peeling apples is pure grunt work, especially if you have a recipe that calls for a lot of 'em, like apple pie. You can make this task go by much more quickly if you use something from your tool box—your literal tool box, that is. All you need is a power drill and a regular v ...more

How To : Devein & Peel Shrimp in Seconds

Shrimp is one of my all-time favorite foods. It's versatile, delicious, and incredibly fun to use in the kitchen. That said, if you buy fresh shrimp, you're probably used to getting them with their tail, shell, and sand vein still intact. The tail and shell are inedible, and ...more

Real Brain Food : What Geniuses Actually Eat, Part 1

It's common knowledge that certain foods foster brain development, health, and memory. Fish almost always makes the list, as do any foods that are loaded with antioxidants like blueberries, nuts, whole grains, green tea, and dark chocolate. Spices like turmeric are being studi ...more

How To : 6 Ways to Have Your Bowl & Eat It Too

Edible bowls are glorious for plenty of reasons. They create fewer dishes, they're pretty to look at, and, well... you can eat them. There are many different options out there you can choose, like bacon cups, hollowed out apples, and molded hash browns, but these are 6 persona ...more

How To : Screw Sandwiches—Toast Is Where It's At

Local cafés and food bloggers are catching onto a gourmet toast trend that makes bread and butter look like movies before color TV was invented. While the classics will always remain, there is a new way to make toast that is appealing in flavor, color, and texture—by topping ...more

News : Top 5 Must Try Traditional Food of UAE

United Arab Emirates is the cosmopolitan country that offers various attractions for tourists across the world. This country has buildup its image as one the fastest growing country of this region. Besides visiting worth seeing places, travelers can also enjoy tasty traditiona ...more

How To : Separate Egg Whites from Yolks in 3 Different Ways

Video: . It can some time be a pain to separate egg whites from the yolk. I did some searching online and came to find some great ways to separate them. Step 1: Using a Plastic Bottle Crack the egg and have a clean bottle, simply squeeze the bottle to release some air then w ...more

Your Freezer : You're Using That Wrong, Too

Last week, I showed you why your refrigerator is one of the best tools in the kitchen when it comes to saving money and preserving food at its tastiest. But did you know your freezer is another underutilized ally in the cooking game? Chances are, you've been using your freeze ...more

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