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How to Cook Russian Borscht!
How to Cook Russian Borscht!

1ingredients2a pot with water, put on the stove and put the meat3begins to boil, remove the foam from the meat4slice the potatoes. Add the meat and add chopped onion is not tightly close the lid and cook for 40-50min. at low heat5separately, chop the onions, chop carrots, chop the beets.6Fry the onions, carrots, beets and , add tomato paste ,and spices7end of 45 m.

How to Cook Shrimp Ceviche
How to Cook Shrimp Ceviche

1Lemon/Lime amt can vary, simply taste as you add the juices!2Finely chop the onions, cilantro and tomatoes and add to a mixing bowl, then begin to add the oil, vinegar, lime/lemon juice and remember to salt and pepper as you go along!3Peel and devein your shrimp, chop and add to the bowl! Let the mix marinate in the lime/lemon oil/vinegar overnight for a delicious chilled ceviche!

How to Peel an Orange in a Much Easier Way
How to Peel an Orange in a Much Easier Way

1Cut the orange in 4 pieces. First like in the picture and...2...second like this.3Should be like this!4Now with you finger press one edge of the pell down.5And pull it until you have completly removed the pell. Is ready to eat!!!keyboard shortcuts: previous step next step

How to How to Do a Purl Stitch
How to How to Do a Purl Stitch

1I& 39;ve cast-on 10 stitches.2Put the tip of the right needle from back to front of the first stitch on the left needle.3Pull the working yarn ro the front.4Wrap it counterclockwise around the right needle and5Pull it through the stitch on the left needle and this will put the right needle on top of the left needle with the new stitch on it.

How to Tie Your Pointe Shoes
How to Tie Your Pointe Shoes

1This guide will teach you how to tie your pointe shoes. :)2Of course first you put your shoe on ;). Some people like to write left in one shoe and right in the other for comfort. Others like to just wear either shoe.. Whatever is comfortable to you! :)3Cross your ribbons, doesn& 39;t matter which side is on top.

How to Cook Stove Top Popcorn
How to Cook Stove Top Popcorn

1Only use a small amount of popcorn2Use the oil and pour just a small amount to cover the bottom of the pot3Heat the oil. This should only take a couple of seconds. Med to high4Med to high5Add the popcorn to the pot. See, not that much popcorn6Don& 39;t forget to put a lid on it. Sealed.7You do not want the popcorn to stick to one side of the pot so shake often, but set it down to still & 39;pop& 39;8There is really no time limit.

How to Make Old Fashioned Chocolate Chip Banana Bread
How to Make Old Fashioned Chocolate Chip Banana Bread

1Gather your ingredients for easy access!2Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F, with the rack on the middle shelf.3Wash your hands!!!4Peel your overripe bananas and placed them in a small bowl.5Mash your overripe bananas with a potato masher or a fork.6If your stick of butter (1/2 cup) isn& 39;t room temperature, you can melt it down in the microwave.

How to Cook a Breakfast Casserole!
How to Cook a Breakfast Casserole!

12After you finish peeling the potatoe cut Into squares and boil for about 20 min.3456If your sausage was frozen then place it in the microwave for about 1 min. after you take it out the microwave chop it up and add that to your skillet after you take out your onions and peppers out.7Brown sausage & add to the rest of the ingredients.

How to Install the MBOX on a Modem Connection
How to Install the MBOX on a Modem Connection

1Open your new Mood Media Player (& 34;MBOX& 34;). The installation will take about 5 minutes.2Unpack your MBOX and your cable kit3Separate and identify each part. You will also have a detailed installation guide.4Familiarize yourself with the front panel. From left to right are the Controls, Display, and Mood Button.

How to Make Rhubarb Compote
How to Make Rhubarb Compote

1Peel the rhubarb and…2…cut it into small pieces.3Add some sugar (you can add more later).4Put some water into the pot to cover the bottom and cook the rhubarb.5Mix 3-4 tablespoons of vanilla pudding powder with some water.6When the rhubarb is cooked pour the vanilla sauce into it and stir.7You can add more sugar here at your taste.

How to Do a Knitted Cast-On
How to Do a Knitted Cast-On

1Make a slip knot2Put it on one of the knitting needles and tighten stitch.3Insert right needle into stitch as if to knit (from fron to back).4Wrap working yarn clockwise around right needle.5While holding working yarn in right hand pull right needle down through cast-on stitch catching the working yarn and pulling it through the stitch on the left needle.

How to Make an Easy Baby Shower Favor
How to Make an Easy Baby Shower Favor

1On the computer print out labels that say& 34; mom& 39;s name is ready to POP!& 34; example: Alexis is ready to POP!2Place one label on each individual bag of unpopped popcorn per guest.3Tie ribbon around each bag of popcorn and curl ribbon. You can attach a small cheap plastic baby bottle or rattle you can find at arts and craft store, if you want.

How to Cook Kale Chips
How to Cook Kale Chips

1Preheat oven to 300-degrees F.2Rinse the kale3Trim the leaves from the stems. Don& 39;t eat the raw kale. It doesn& 39;t taste good as our chefs will attest.4Ok. Put in oven for 10 minutes at 300 degrees.5If you want crispier go 15 minutes. Same 300 degrees. No longer though.6Halfway there.7This is what kale chips look like fresh out of the oven.

How to Make Special Turkish Egg Meal
How to Make Special Turkish Egg Meal "MENEMEN"

1Ingredients part 12Ingredients part 23Wash peppers. Hot pepper is better.4Cut heads and tails5Slice them into smaller pieces6Take tomatoes7Wash them8Peel them. Check my & 34;how to peel tomatoes& 34; guide.9Cut unnecessary parts an throw them away.10The heads11Cut into cubes12Pour sunflower oil into pan13Add olive oil.

How to Knit Moss/Seed Stitch
How to Knit Moss/Seed Stitch

1Abbreviations: k: knit, p: purl2Seed/Moss stitch is done in multiples of 2 stitches. It is made up of alternating knit and purl stitches. For this example I cast-on 10 stitches.3Row 1: k1, p1, k1, p1, k1, p1, k1, p1, k1, p14Row 2: p1, k1, p1, k1, p1, k1, p1, k1, p1, k15For this swatch I knit 10 rows by repeating rows 1 and 2 until I had 10 rows completed.

How to Make Coconut Chicken
How to Make Coconut Chicken

1Begin by making the dipping sauce with these ingredients. sugar and stir.2Mix well. Store in refrigerator while you are preparing the chicken to chill the dipping sauce3In one bowl, measure 3/4 cup flour. Set aside.4In another bowl, mix 3/4 cup flour, sugar, and salt.5Add milk and rum and whisk until smooth.

How to Cook Rice Pudding Aka Grandmas Surprise Tejberizs
How to Cook Rice Pudding Aka Grandmas Surprise Tejberizs

1Hey guys I& 39;m gonna make one of my favorite desert from back when I was a kid really simple doesn& 39;t take much time yet can look amazing, only time you ll need is to let it cool down after you cooked it2We start off just like all basic cooking by boiling water however this time don& 39;t add anything to the water yet.

How to Make a Mason Jar Light
How to Make a Mason Jar Light

1A step by step tutorial on how to make a pottery barn inspired mason jar light. All supplies can be found at your local hardware store in the lighting repair section.2DISCLAIMER: I am not an electrician and cannot assume responsibility if you burn your house down trying to follow these instructions.

How to Make a Cupcake Bouquet
How to Make a Cupcake Bouquet

1Hot glue your styrofoam ball into your pot2Rip (don& 39;t cut) tissue paper into various sizes3Fold up tissue over your finger4Add a dab of hot glue5Stick the paper onto your styrofoam ball6Repeat process filling your pot do that it looks like leaves7For more contrast in your leaves, add two different kinds of tissue papee8Bake your cupcakes using your favorite recipe.

How to Disassemble a Used Wine Barrel for Other Crafts
How to Disassemble a Used Wine Barrel for Other Crafts

1This project will show you how easy it is to take a wine barrel apart. You may then use the staves, top and bottom for other crafts!2New wine barrels run $600-$750+! Used barrels, however, run from $25-$40 direct from wineries. You may also look for whiskey or rum barrels if that& 39;s easier in your area.