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News : Make a tomato glow in the dark

Gather all Mad Scientists. Science doesn't have to be all about hitting the books and memorizing formulas. Sometimes it's closer to Frankenstein or Dr.Jekyll than you can imagine. It's time to turn tomatoes into glow in the dark orbs. Video producers ShootingEggs did not incl ...more

How To : Make a tomato glow in the dark (FAKE?)

F for FAKE. This video has been labeled a "Faux-To". Commonly contested as bogus science, we believe this video to be a hoax. What's your opinion? Comment below. Make a tomato glow in the dark using three household chemicals and the step-by-step instructions in this how-to vi ...more

How To : Make Irish stew

Maria shows us how to make this traditional Irish stew which is really good have during winter. Ingredients Beef Olive oil – ¼ cup Garlic – 3 cloves diced Onions – 3 diced Potatoes – 3 diced Carrot – 3 diced Worcestershire sauce – 2 tbsp Beef stock – 2 cups Dark beer – ¼ cup ...more

How To : Make a Thai-style green papaya salad

This authentic green papaya salad is made in a North Thailand way that is sure to keep you coming back for more! No only will you learn this magnificent recipe, but you'll learn how to make sure you have the perfect papaya from the grocery shop, which can be a bit tricky. Emi ...more

How To : Make ketchup

Why use store-bought ketchup when you can whip up a healthier, tastier, and cheaper version at home? Watch this video to learn how to make ketchup. You Will Need * 1 28-ounce can of whole tomatoes in puree * 1 medium onion, chopped * 1 tbsp vegetable oil * 1 tbsp tomato past ...more

How To : Cook Japanese beef stew

In order to prepare Japanese beef stew, you will need the following: black beer, carrots, celery, garlic, flour, 400 grams of beef, tomato puree, mustard, lemon, black pepper, salt, brown sugar, and onions. Slice carrots and celery into 4 inch sticks. Chop garlic. Cut up 2 on ...more

How To : Make summer squash stuffed with rice

A delightful way to make a tasty Lebanese squash dish. This is a vegetarian alternative to kousa mihshi stuffed with rice, garbanzo beans, parsley, and tomato, is satisfying and wonderfully seasoned. If the Lebanese summer squash are unavailable, use small yellow crooknecks of ...more

How To : Create a glow-in-the-dark raver makeup look

Glow-in-the-dark stars, paint, stickers, and even fabric are pretty commonplace, but glow-in-the-dark eyeshadow? Using glow-in-the-dark eyeshadow, xsparkage will show you how to craft a raver look that will truly stand out as you dance under black light. Super bright with ora ...more

How To : Use a rice cooker to cook other foods

You don't need a stove to whip up pasta, soup, vegetables, meat, or even dessert—all you need is a rice cooker! Watch this video to learn how to use a rice cooker to cook foods other than rice. You Will Need * A rice cooker * A willingness to experiment * Ingredients for your ...more

How To : Make Mexican style chilli con carne

This Mexican meat dish es muy delicious. Watch this how-to video to learn how to make chili con carne, or meat with chili sauce. All you need for this Mexican recipe is olive oil, mince, chopped onion, chili powder, cumin, tomato puree, vegetable puree, chopped tomatoes, dark ...more

How To : Cook Indian sprouted mung curry

Sprouted mung curry is such a simple and easy to make recipe with a wonderful, unique coconut flavor. This Konkani (region in India) dish is one that you will remember for a long time. Watch this how to video and learn how to make sprouted mung curry Indian style. Ingredients ...more

How To : Mix a classic BBQ sauce for grilling

Check out this how to video to learn how to make BBQ sauce. Experience a new video cookbook with delicious summertime recipes, perfect for your picnic basket or backyard BBQ table. All you need for this classic BBQ sauce recipe is: 1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil 2 tbsp ginger, ...more

How To : Make Pico De Gallo (Salsa Mexicana)

I keep Pico De Gallo around all the time. I find it is very versatile and can be used for any meal. My youngest son loves to cook and it was one of the first things I taught him to make. As you read my writings about food I've made, you will find a lot of references to the pic ...more

How To : Make beef noodle stir fry with Kai

Forget the take out tonight, cook some Chinese food at home instead. Watch this how to video tutorial as professional Thai chef Kai shows you how to cook up an authentic dish of stir fired beef noodles. You can serve your homemade stir fried beef noodles with a side of rice. ...more

How To : Make a thick and sweet barbecue sauce

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a sweet BBQ sauce. First, heat 1 tbsp of extra virgin olive oil over medium heat in a pot. Next, add in 2 tbsp of chopped ginger and 1 large chopped onion. Cook until the onions are golden and tender, now add 3 tbsp chili powder and 3 min ...more

How To : Make party guacamole

Whether you love guacamole as a dip for chips or as a topping for burgers, almost anyone can prepare it with the right ingredients. Watch this Howcast guide to learn how to make guacamole for your next party. You Will Need   * 4 avocados   * 4 tbsp lime juice   * Salt   * A t ...more

How To : Make a michelada mixed drink

Learn how to make a michelada mixed drink. The classic michelada is a spicy cocktail that's popular in Mexico and in states near the U.S. border. Add it to your menu to heat things up, Mexican style! You Will Need * ½ lime plus wedges for garnish * A margarita glass * Marga ...more

News : Don's Bad Ass pico Degallo

I keep Pico Degallo around all the time. I find it is very versatile and can be used for any meal. My wife is 1/2 mexican and I learned about this from her mother. My youngest son loves to cook and it was one of the first things I taught him to make. As you read my writings ab ...more

HowTo : Eat Berries in the Wilderness

DO NOT eat a berry if you cannot identify it. I decided not to include the obvious blueberries, blackberries and raspberries, but this guide will assist you in identifying which wild berries are, in fact, poisonous. The best way to stay safe when looking for berries is keepin ...more

From Beans to Your Cup : A Coffee Primer

To say we're a nation of coffee-lovers is putting it mildly. Americans consume 400 million cups of joe in one day alone, but how well do we actually know our morning BFF? We know it comes from a bean, and that more coffee drinks exist than there are ways to skin a pig, but wha ...more

How To : Make Beautiful, Insta-Worthy Buddha Bowls

The yogis of the internet have started a wonderful food trend that has everyone wanting to eat healthy—gorgeous buddha bowls. Okay, so maybe not everyone, but a lot of people are definitely entranced by these beautiful, multicolored meals. Buddha bowls, also known as rainbow ...more

Ingredients 101 : How to Select, Store, & Prep Fresh Herbs

Herbs, both fresh and dried, can be intimidating and mysterious to cooks. Just how much is too much? How do you prepare them? Food writer Mark Bittman says you should think of herbs as "teeny vegetables." To me, that means we should be using more herbs in our food, especially ...more

Your Fridge : You're Using It Wrong

When you come home from the grocery store, you probably put away every single fruit and vegetable in the bins and drawers in your refrigerator. Any fifth grader knows that fridges work to preserve food, thus everything should go in there, right? Nope! Chances are, you've been ...more

Cooking with Booze : Brunch Edition

Ah, the joys of bottomless brunch. Paying a flat rate for endless mimosas while having a long gossip over eggs Benedict is exactly how many of us love to spend our Saturdays. However, in practice, this isn't the sophisticated affair we all like to imagine. After refill number ...more

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