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Learn How To Work with Hair Straighteners

02nd April 2012
There is practically nothing much more fascinating than doing something different to your very own head of hair, and also hardly anything is actually more easier than utilizing hair straighteners. The overall look and feel you get is definitely stylish, e... Read >
Author: Rick

All About Black Trumpet Mushrooms

07th December 2011
Black trumpet mushrooms have a waxy grey surface and are known as fragile and trumpet-shaped. It is a very rich and buttery mushroom, popular in French cuisine because of their unique flavor and texture.  They have a unique fragrance which some pe... Read >
Author: Ginny

Vanilla Slice Recipes

21st September 2011
If youíre looking for a sweet treat, there isnít anything better than a Vanilla Slice (also called snot block). This simple snack is a traditional Australian favorite and consists of a sandwich like crusty pastry thatís filled in the middle with sweet and... Read >
Author: Troy

Zucchini Soup Recipes

30th March 2011
Zucchini is my favorite vegetable (it's a fruit i know..... :-) ) I Looked For Zucchini Soup Recipes all over the and found a lot of them. i made a list of the most "good looking" recipes and i want to share it with you after i cooked them my self and enj... Read >
Author: zvikak

Hair Rollers Ė Hot, Velcro & Steam Curlers Explained

16th November 2010
Are you unsure of the differences between the Hot, Velcro and Steam hair rollers. Do you know which you should use for your hair type. I will explain the pros and cons as well as their distinctions. Steam Rollers: This type of curler uses moisture to l... Read >
Author: beautystop

How to Create Incredible Volume When Blow Drying Your Hair

11th November 2010
Are you having a hard time creating volume at your roots? I often get asked the question, "how can I get lift at my roots?" The tips I have for you are very simple and will create a beautiful end result. What Youíll Need: * Volumizing Product: Thi... Read >
Author: beautystop

Style Secrets for Fine Hair

19th August 2010
We all have days when we get stressed over our tresses, but women with thin, wispy, baby-fine hair have to endure more than just bad-hair-days. Having fine hair is apparently not fine at all! With the reputation for being one of the most challenging hair ... Read >
Author: Noslippy

Lacy Rice and Coconut Pancakes

13th April 2010
2 cup(s) raw rice soaked for 4-5 hours 4 cups coconut shavings 1 cup(s) cooked rice 1 cup(s) coconut water ¬Ĺ teaspoon(s) yeast granules dissolved in some coconut water or little hot water salt and sugar to taste 1. Drain the soaked rice and grin... Read >
Author: KateSudarkina

Newcastle Steak and Ale Pie Recipe

01st April 2010
A traditional recipe used at Jackson's Catering of Newcastle, great served hot or cold. You need to allow the meat to marinate for 24 hours. Prep and cooking time should take no longer than 2 hours. 1 1/2 pounds of Northumberland steak 2 short spri... Read >
Author: Kris

A recipe for Irish Stew, by a Northern Irish girl

30th March 2010
Irish Stew - By a Norn Irish gal. (You don't need to weigh the ingredients!) So, you want to cook yourself some irish stew? It is simple and literally does not take much work. First, you need the following: 2 teaspoons of cooking oil Potatoes ... Read >
Author: Lyss

Thai Sweet and Sour Spare Ribs

26th March 2010
Ingredients * (2kg) pork spare ribs * 1 red onion, finely chopped * 2 garlic cloves, minced * 1 tbsp grated ginger root * 1 tbsp peanut oil * 1/2 cup (125ml) pineapple juice * 2 tbsp fish sauce * 1/4 cup (60ml) tomato paste * 1/4 cup (60ml) fresh lime jui... Read >
Author: Lewis Theakston

Simple Mongolian Lamb Recipe

11th February 2010
Preparation time: 15 minutes Total cooking time: 12 minutes Serves: 4 Ingredients: - oil, for cooking - 500g (1lb) lamb backstrap (tender eye of the lamb loin), cut into thin strips - 4 spring onions, thickly sliced - 2 tablespoons sweet c... Read >
Author: Shirley M. Duran

Delicious Ways To Cook A Rump Roast

27th November 2009
Rump roast or round steak is very easy to prepare and great for serving a large group of people. Rump roast can be served with just about any side dish you can imagine and is very versatile. It is also very tasty and has a very low fat content but it can ... Read >
Author: Katherine Bowen

How to Cook Polish Sausage

04th August 2009
Polish sausage is considered one of the staple and delicious delicacies in Eastern Europe. The dish is very tasty and flavorful, which makes it popular in not just in Europe but also in other areas like North America. Knowing how to cook Polish sausage is... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Keep the Fizz - Popping Candy Recipes

17th July 2009
Pop Rocks the 70's cult popping candy, what fun they are if used in delicious summer desserts. Here are a couple of recipes you may wish to try: Chocolate and Candy Pops This dessert was inspired by a pre dessert served at Les Ambassadors in Paris. It i... Read >
Author: Keith Macgregro
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