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Make Great Depression meals : Dandelion salad

94-year-old Clara shares economical and delicious meals from Depression-era American homes. This episode: Dandelion Salad! Dig up dandelions and discard flowers, roots and dead leaves. Soak in clean water and rinse 3 times. Repeat twice more, if necessary. Dry leaves once they ...more

Make Great Depression Meals : Baked apples

This video shows you how to make Great Depression-era baked apples. This is healthy for you. You will enjoy it. This is a really old recipe. . First you have to wash the apples . . Next, wipe the apples off and then core them. . Then mix one tablespoon of sugar and cinnamon ...more

How To : Make meals from the Great Depression: Cooked bread

93 year old cook and great grandmother, Clara, recounts her childhood during the Great Depression as she prepares meals from the era. Learn how to make simple yet delicious dishes while listening to stories from the Great Depression. Keep your stomach and pockets full as you l ...more

How To : Make meals from the Great Depression: Breakfast meal

93 year old cook and great grandmother, Clara, recounts her childhood during the Great Depression as she prepares meals from the era. Learn how to make simple yet delicious dishes while listening to stories from the Great Depression. Make sugar cookies and coffee.

How To : Make meals from the Great Depression: Fig cookies

Clara's Great Depression Holiday Special! Recipe: Cucidati Cookies (Sicilian Cookies by Clara) FILLING Boil 2 cups of water and add 1/2 cups sugar. Let cook. 3/4 cups shelled hazel nuts 1/2 cups shelled almonds 1/2 cups shelled walnuts 1/2 cups shelled pecans Toast all nuts ...more

How To : Use a pressure cooker to make great meals

Many of us have grown up being wary about using pressure cookers, thinking the food doesn't come out tasting as good as it does through other cooking methods. No need to worry! Gourmet Magazine explains that it's not the pressure cooker that's the problem; you just need to pic ...more

How To : Broil red snapper fillets in a toaster oven

Toaster ovens are great when cooking meals for one. This how to video has delicious toaster oven recipes by four-star chef Eric Ripert. Today's recipe features broiled red snapper fillet. Ingredients for red snapper fillet: Snapper, salt, white pepper, lemon, and butter.

How To : Eat healthy pre-workout and post-workout meals

What you eat before and after you work up a sweat is actually just as important as the workout itself. The main thing to keep in mind is that you can't eat so much that you still have a bunch of stuff bumping around in your stomach when you're jumping or running. So what kind ...more

How To : Bake homemade chocolate chip muffins from scratch

Anytime you hit the grocery store you can find an entire aisle dedicated to quick fixes, meals-on-the-go, and pre-mixed cake batter. While these options are great if you're looking to add polysorbate 60 and red 5 to your diet, if you're looking for a more natural foodstuff the ...more

How To : Get Six Pack Abs

The abdominals can be considered one of the best signals of fitness and strength and is one of the most sought-after muscle groups to develop by both men and women. While the abdominals are very desirable, it can be one of the most difficult areas to distinguish and maintain. ...more

How To : Use a steam wok properly

Learn how to use your steam wok to prepare great meals with steam! Use a steam wok properly. Click through to watch this video on harristeeter.com

How To : Prepare and cook artichokes

In this video, Gwen Schoen of the Sacramento Bee shows you how to prepare and cook artichokes for delicious meals. Artichokes are great for year round meals and are very fun to eat. These Italian classics are delicious when cooked properly. Gwen will show you how to choose an ...more

How To : Prepare a quick red cabbage slaw

This colorful slaw has no mayonnaise, so it's great for outdoor meals. Follow along and learn how to make a quick red cabbage slaw for a cool side. This cooking how-to video is part of Cooking for Real show hosted by Sunny Anderson. Make this quick red cabbage slaw for a dinne ...more

How To : Harvest and then store trombone zucchini

Storing food by dehydrating, is a smart way to help prepare yourself, and others, for anything bad that may happen to the world. Many things can be dehyrdated and eaten years ahead into the future. Fruits, veggies, meat all can be stored for years. So in this tutorial, you'll ...more

How To : Bake bread in a crockpot

Crock pots are great for slow cooking meals, but have you ever tried using it to bake bread? Well our Crash Test Kitchen Chefs did in this cooking how-to video. Follow along in this video cooking lesson and see if you can bake bread in a crockpot. Bake bread in a crockpot. Cli ...more

How To : Make tomato chutney

Chef Sanjay shows you how to make two tomato chutneys - one is the basic version, and the second is his variation. Both are great condiments for Indian meals.

How To : Plant garlic in your vegetable garden

Garlic is great for spicing up your meals (and keeping vampires away!) and fall is a great time to grow it. In this video tutorial, you'll learn how to grow garlic in your garden. Get some garlic bulbs from a seed catalog, nursery or organic grower, and you'll soon have a garl ...more

How To : Make an old fashioned chow-chow or pickle relish

If you're lived in the South, you may already know this next dish. If not, then prepare for a southern classic. It's called chow-chow or pickle relish. It takes a variety of different veggies (cucumbers, bell peppers, cabbage, onions) and you basically cook it to look almost l ...more

How To : Pack camping food

Dr. Cook discusses the best ways to pack your food for a camping trip. When it comes to packing food for your camping trip, the best way is simply to pack everything into Tupperware. Everything will be held neatly in one place, and certain items can even be organized in Ziploc ...more

How To : Solar cook with a stainless steel water bottle

You may not have thunk it, but if you own a stainless steel water bottle you have a great tool that can be used for cooking. Although it won't make three course meals, a stainless steel water bottle can be changed so that you can cook soup, beans, and other small food items. ...more

How To : Make delicious peach cobbler

Watch this video to learn how to make delicious restaurant meals in your own kitchen. In this episode learn to bake peach cobbler with Scott Hargrove. Trust me... it's really great!

How To : Make crispy southern fried chicken

Watch this video to learn how to make delicious restaurant meals in your own kitchen. In this episode learn to cook southern fried chicken with Scott Hargrove. Try this recipe.. .its great!

How To : Cook quick, healthy, and inexpensive meals at home

After a long, grueling day at work and a grueling commute home, the last thing you want to be doing is prying yourself away from the couch to start an hour-long dinner prep session. While we totally get that, it actually doesn't take much to make a meal at home. Check out thi ...more

How To : Make New England clam chowder at home

Clam chowder is a flavorful soup that is a great starting course or a whole meal in itself. You can make make a pot of this wonderful seafood dish at in the comfort of your own home and have enough to use for several meals. You Will Need   * 5 lb. hard-shelled clams   * 4 oz ...more

How To : Construct a 55 gal barrel cooker for grilling

You don't always need an expensive barbecue grill or a fancy smoker for great BBQ meals. In this how-to video a barbecue contestant shows you how to build a simple 55 gal barrel bbq cooker. You will need a barrel, charcoal box, lump charcoal, and a grill to make delicious barb ...more

How To : Make Party-Style Temari Sushi

If you've never heard of or eaten temari sushi, then you're in for a treat. These pretty sushi balls are good for parties and festive gatherings, and even though they are so colorful and striking, they are not hard to make. Just like every other type of sushi, they are customi ...more

How To : Break Open a Can of Food Without a Can Opener

Canned foods aren't only for Doomsday Preppers—they're great for camping trips and super quick meals on the go. When the hunger starts knocking, that can of goodies could be a savior during the Zombie Apocalypse or that day before grocery shopping. If you have even been on a ...more

How To : 8 Amazing Non-Edible Uses for Rice Grains

In their cooked form, rice is great for making spam musubi, sushi, and other amazing meals. In their uncooked form, dry rice grains are unexpectedly useful for preventing your salt from clumping in your salt shaker, cleaning out the insides of weirdly-shaped, hard-to-wash cont ...more

How To : 11 Life Hacks for Your Next Outdoor Picnic

Life hack your next outdoor picnic to cool your warmed drinks, keep flies away, and transport food efficiently from your home to your local park. Mason jars are great for carrying salads, pastas, and other non-finger food meals. Muffin tins can transport a variety of serving- ...more

How To : Make a Swedish Torch (AKA Canadian Candle)

It's known that during the Thirty Years' War that took place in Europe between 1618 and 1648, soldiers used Swedish fire torches (also called Canadian candles) for heating, lighting, and cooking meals. Video: . Today, it's a really great way to cook food and boil water when yo ...more

How To : Use the Wii Remote for Head-Tracking & VR

This absolutely Wonderful Pick of the Day could not be more conceptually different from yesterday's Pick. (Therein lies the fun of curating our site.) Wii-packing. Nerd. Asian. Has-not-missed-too-many-meals. Carnegie Mellon. How great is it that he is hacking around with a Wi ...more

How To : 5 Savory Appetizers You Can Make in a Muffin Tin

To me, the term muffin tin is a lot like Voldemort—it should never be uttered. Not for being evil, however... instead, it's because it's inaccurate. First of all, muffin tins are hardly ever made out of tin anymore. (The materials on trend are stainless steel, cast iron, and ...more

How To : Why Keeping Good News to Yourself Is a Good Thing

Can't stand seeing your Facebook news feed full of peoples' good news and awesome accomplishments? Those oversharing friends are, in a sense, hampering their great news simply by sharing it. If you hold back and keep your accomplishments from friends, you might find even more ...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 : Save Time & Money with These One-Pot Meals All Week

Dinner is meant to be enjoyed after a long day away from home—it shouldn't cause stress or fuss. But for many, that's exactly what a home-cooked meal represents, especially on a work night. The prep work, the steps involved in following the recipe, the numerous amount of bowls ...more

News : World's Greatest Bento - Plastic Japanese Meal

Anna The Red is the greatest Bento artist I have come across on the web. She's so highly regarded she even did an ad for Google. Check it out: For those of you who don't know, Bento is a "single-portion takeout or home-packed meal common in Japanese cuisine". When bento is arr ...more

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