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How To Smoke Meats Without Drying Out

10th June 2011
Learning how to smoke meats without drying out is much harder than learning not to burn the food or learning how to tell when food is done. There are a number of factors that contribute to moist, juicy meat in the smoker. Begin by selecting the best me... Read >
Author: Alexander Sutton

A brand new for wood handrails

30th March 2011
I am obtaining a lots of calls lately regarding, "How should i bend a wood handrails?" Bending handrails, even for a few of the very most experienced carpenters causes fear and trepidation. Well, have no fear! Here are several beginning base tips: I... Read >
Author: hernan wallace

How to Use R-Tech Foam for Garage Insulation

21st May 2010
Upgrading your garage insulation may help you save a bundle on energy costs throughout the year. A poorly insulated garage can allow hot air into your home in summer and permit expensively warmed air to escape in the winter. You can install R-tech foam in... Read >
Author: mohsinlangah

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

The Chili Beef With Chinese Spinach Recipe

02nd February 2010
Preparation rime: 30 minutes + 20 minutes marinatingTotal cooking time: 15 minutesServes: 3 - 4Ingredients for the chili beef with Chinese spinach recipe:500 g (I lb) rump or fillet steak2 tablespoons rice wine1 tablespoon cornflour4 tablespoons soy sauce... Read >
Author: Shirley M. Duran

Fried Rice Recipes With Dried Shrimp

02nd February 2010
Ingredients for the Fried Rice recipes with Dried Shrimp: 3 tablespoons oil 1 egg, beaten with 2 teaspoons water 2 cloves garlic, chopped 3 spring onions, chopped 1/2 cup (60 g/2 oz.) dried shrimp, roughly chopped 4 cups (750 g/1 1/2lb) cold cooke... Read >
Author: Shirley M. Duran

Flawless Quilling Technique - The Key to Becoming an Expert Quiller!

16th December 2009
Paper quilling is a quilling technique which involves rolling thin strips of paper into small coils. The coils can then be shaped to create quilled paper. Depending on the final effect that you are trying to achieve, the coils can be wound tightly or loos... Read >
Author: Lynn Moore

Creating beautiful western wedding cakes

10th June 2008
When plans are made for a western wedding, most couples control many of the details, but when it comes to the wedding cake, they may have to settle for what is available at their local cake decorating shop. There is another way to insure your western wedd... Read >
Author: Kathy Angell

How to bend wood

04th April 2007
Bending wood is not the daunting task that it appears to be at first glance. Depending on the degree of bend, and whether or not the bend is compound, there are a couple of methods for bending wood. First, you need to have a form to bend your wood around... Read >
Author: gcamp38

An Introduction to Soups

07th December 2006
A traditional way to begin a meal is with a soup or starter, carefully selected to complement the rest of the meal. The key to good soup is making your own stock to form a basis for your soups. Ready made stock cubes or granules often contain large qua... Read >
Author: derek cadet

Paper Quilling 101 Essential Basics to Getting Started

17th March 2006
Paper quilling is a form of art or craft born out of creating decorative designs using thin strips of curled paper. This age-old quilling craft has emerged since the Renaissance time, and dated back to about 3 centuries old. It was during the time when al... Read >
Author: Sunny Tan
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