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How To : Make crispy pizzelle cookies

Make simple, crisp, beautiful cookies, cooked in a pizzelle press. These are wafer thin and sprinkled with confectioners' sugar. Make crispy pizzelle cookies. Click through to watch this video on pbs.org

How To : Bake crispy cinnamon snap cookies for Christmas

Cinnamon seems to imbue every nook and cranny of the house during the holiday season. From a light sprinkling on top of hot cocoa to gingersnap cookies, the warm and aromatic spice adds that extra kick of flavor we associate with the holidays. Make the most of this spice by b ...more

How To : Make calabaza squash soup

Learn how to make a calabaza squash soup with this cooking video. This calabaza squash soup recipe is brought to you by Jose Duarte on How2Heroes. Search How2Heroes on WonderHowTo for more cooking videos. Nothing is better than a bowl of this velvety soup that will soothe you ...more

How To : Make and decorate Rice Krispies monkey cookies

In this video, we learn how to make rice crispy monkey cookies. First, you can make your rice crispy treats like usual, just add some chocolate to melt with it! Lay these out into a baking dish and let cook until hard. Then, use round cutters to cut out a large round piece and ...more

How To : Bake chocolate chip mandel bread

Much like a biscotti, mandel bread is a delicious snack that is baked twice to give it a crispy crunch. Try this softer, cookie-like version of chocolate chip mandel bread.

HowTo : Deliciously Sweet Pie Crust French Fries

Cakespy's latest concoction is briliiant. Leftover pie dough deep baked as finger food "french fries". All I have to say is YUM. "The concept is simple behind these pie fries: simply put your pie scraps on a baking sheet, slice them into fry-sized pieces, brush with butter, c ...more

How To : Make your own dog treats

Show your four-legged friend you care by cooking up some homemade treats. This video will show you how to make your own dog treats. You Will Need * 4 bacon slices * 2 lb whole wheat flour * 1/2 c cold water * 1 egg * 1/2 c milk * 1 tsp garlic powder * 1/4 c bacon fat * A fry ...more

How To : Make nachos with homemade chips

Nachos are the perfect appetizer, especially when the tortilla chips are warm and crispy. Learn how to make your own nacho chips the simple way - with fresh corn wraps. these corn chips are made from corn wraps and they are so easy to make. Cut a stack of corn wraps into trian ...more

How To : Make fried ice cream

You don't have to wait for the carnival to come around. You can make this special treat any time you like at home. It takes a little bit more time than at the fair but will be worth the look on party guests’ faces when they realize you've just made this counterintuitive desser ...more

How To : For Healthier Desserts, Bring Out the Veggies

I think we've all had that childhood (or adult) desire to have ice cream for dinner. But veggies for dessert? It's something I had nightmares about as a kid. That being said, the truth is that when properly prepared, veggies can easily star in desserts as the main ingredient. ...more

How To : 3 Wacky Ways to Hack Your Pop-Tarts

Pop-Tarts are a pretty iconic breakfast food. And while I'm more of a bacon, eggs, and toast person myself... sometimes a sweet, gooey, artificially-flavored treat is just what you need in the morning. Yet, despite the fact that I do enjoy Pop-Tarts, I've always found them a l ...more

How To : The Secret to Making the World's Easiest Latkes

Hanukkah, also known as The Festival of Lights, commemorates the rededication of the temple in Jerusalem in 168 BCE. (Jews and secular publications, such as academic or scientific papers, use BCE—"before common era"—rather than the Jesus-centric BC, or "before Christ.") As th ...more

Turkey Day Hacks : 7 Alternatives to Traditional Stuffing

When it comes to Thanksgiving, some people live for stuffing (or dressing, if that's what you call it). Personally, I love all stuffing, even the boxed kind. However, even the classics can start to feel a little staid and dull after a while. Why not try giving your Thanksgivi ...more

News : 8 Edible Cups That Make Finger Foods a Snap

"You can even eat the dishes," claims the song "The Candy Man Can" from 1971's Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. The idea of edible cups, even back then, grabbed my attention—any kid would much prefer to eat her dish instead of clean it afterward, of course! Don't Miss: ...more

How To : Clone Taco Bell's Doritos Locos Tacos at Home

Doritos Locos Tacos were the brilliant concoction of a man named Todd Mills who never worked for Taco Bell, and never made any money from his creation. He originally pitched the idea to Frito-Lay, and when they said no, he took matters into his own hands by creating a Facebook ...more

How To : You Don't Need a Stone Oven to Make Kickass Pizzas

Making pizza at home is fun and easy—until you get your creation into the oven. Then all of a sudden, your crust gets soggy and your toppings ooze off into one big mess. A home oven just can't cook a pizza the same way as a professional one built specifically for pizzas. But ...more

How To : 5 Reasons You Need a Pizza Stone in Your Kitchen

It goes without saying that a pizza stone is one of the keys to making a perfect pizza. The science behind pizza stones is relatively simple: the stone conducts and holds heat, which keeps the oven temperature steady even when a cold ingredient (such as an uncooked pizza) is i ...more

How To : 5 Reasons Why You Should Always Keep Stale Cereal

It happens to even the most avid cereal eaters: sooner or later you open a box, unfurl the crinkled plastic bag, and find that the cereal inside is stale. Maybe you forgot about it, maybe you ate it too slowly, or maybe you just found a new, better cereal and left it behind li ...more

How To : Make & Use Breadcrumbs at Home (Bread Optional)

Using breadcrumbs in the kitchen is the perfect way to add crisp and crunch to the usual salad, entrée, or dessert. As chef and media personality Mario Batali once said, "There's almost nothing I wouldn't put homemade breadcrumbs on." Making crumbs themselves is just plain ea ...more

How To : 8 Mouthwatering S'Mores Food Hacks for Summer

One of the best things about summertime is that there's lots of outdoor cooking, whether you're on a camping trip or grilling. And what better way to end your meal than with the classic dessert, s'mores? However, as delicious as the original combo of graham cracker, toasted m ...more

How To : Deep Fry Your Whole Freakin’ Thanksgiving Dinner

The debate over whether to deep-fry or roast a Thanksgiving turkey can get pretty heated. Both have their merits, but it's hard to argue with that crispy, golden brown skin and moist texture that the fryer gives. But what's better than a deep-fried turkey? An entire deep-frie ...more

How To : Deep Fry All the Things! Try These 5 to Start

Fried food is the best. That's not an opinion; that's a fact, Jack. And while fried standards like wings, French fries, and onion rings are all stellar, there's no way you should stop there. I believe that nearly anything and everything should be fried—even the healthy stuff. ...more

How To : The Foolproof Way to Perfect Home-Baked Bread

Almost every bread recipe will tell you to look for a golden brown crust or to tap on the bottom of your loaf and listen for a hollow sound. That visual and sound technique will work most of the time, but it can still come up short, leaving you with a soft and gooey spot in th ...more

How To : I Love Puff Pastry. Here’s Why You Should, Too

I always have several sheets of puff pastry in my freezer. It's unlike any other pastry dough: the layers of butter let out steam when the dough bakes (hence, the "puff" in puff pastry). The dough's flakiness perfectly compliments sweet and savory dishes, which makes it a tota ...more

How To : 3 Easy Methods for Making Gourmet Chips at Home

As the days get shorter and the weather cools down, I prepare to "hibernate." I add piles of blankets to my bed, wrap myself in layers of flannel, and—most importantly—eat as if I'm storing energy for winter. One of my favorite parts of my hibernation diet includes chips—home ...more

How To : Clone KFC's Nashville Hot Chicken

What began as a regional specialty has turned into a national trend that looks like it's here to stay: Nasvhille hot chicken has caught on like wildfire, with hot chicken restaurants popping up across the country—not to mention the 8 hot chicken restaurants that you can find i ...more

How To : 56 Completely Necessary Booze Hacks

Fight me all you want, but it ain't a party without alcohol—whether it's a Halloween party, Christmas party, dinner party, or even a damn wedding. (If you think that people will stick around after dinner for a dry wedding, then you're sorely mistaken.) And while we'd all love ...more

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