1Roll the orange so the juice is separated from the pulp.2Cut the orange in half side to side. (not head to bottom)3Remove seeds with a teaspoon.4Firmly squeeze the halves onto the juicer, getting as much juice as possible. Keep the pulp.5Pour the juice into the cup.6Add the sugar.7Stir until sugar is dissolved.
1Balloon pump, qualatex balloons, and sharpie2Inflate one balloon to approx 10& 34; and tie off remaining balloon . Inflate second balloon to approx 22& 34; (leaving approx 5& 34; tail)3Cut off excess balloon (from the short one only) after tying off4Make a chain of 4 bubbles- approx 2& 34;, 2& 34;, .
123You could use red onion or shallots in lieu of the spring onions, and substitute for or skip the peas - but if you find pea tendrils, you shouldn& 39;t have trouble finding peas!4Bring a pot of salted water to the boil and add your pasta. About 2 minutes before it& 39;s done, throw the peas in with it to blanch them.
1Cut a hole in a sock.2Turn the sock inside out until it forms a & 39;donut.& 39;3Grab your hair.4And gather it into a ponytail at the top of your head by flipping your head upside down.5Take the sock donut and loop it through the ponytail.6Gather the hair around the donut down the ponytail.7Secure all loose ends with bobby pins.
1Start with a sheet of paper.2Fold the top right corner of the paper toward the bottom left corner. Create a 45 degree angle and make sure to allow the tail to be offset by about 1 inch.3Fold the folded edge of the paper over again about 3/8& 34;.4Fold it over 2 more times.5Run your thumbs from the center of the fold towards the edge and help the folds gently curve.
1Not your average beer -- this is a fun cocktail for a dinner party or an easy end-of-day treat.2Put the salt on a plate or shallow bowl. Spread evenly.3Slice a wedge of lime. Run it along the rim of the glass -- preferably chilled if you have time.4Place the lime-rubbed rim in the salt and move in a circular motion to coat it evenly.
1Wheat beer with its special flavour is a great (summer-)drink. In Germany, esp. in Bavaria we call it & 34;Weissbier& 34; or & 34;Hefe-Weizen& 34; (the prefix & 34;hefe& 34; is German for yeast). So let& 39;s start . .2Don& 39;t try it in this way! Otherwise . .3. you get this - a lot of foam!4Take bottle and glass this way, keep a steady hand .
1Pick the plant you want to transplant and find a sunny spot to put it in.2If you recently bought the plant take it out of its container.3Some plants are very root bounded so separate them a bit.4Dig a hole.5Put the plant in the hole, cover it with dirt and label it so you remember what it is.6Trim the lower leaves because otherwise it could get too shrubby.
1We& 39;re about to start on an epic adventure of aroma and satisfaction. Coffee roasting takes time but you& 39;ll taste just how wonderful doing it really is. So let& 39;s get started. Ready?2You& 39;ll need some green beans. I buy from but many sites offer green beans (any favorites out there coffee enthusiasts?
1This is the text that you workin& 39; on. Now you want to delete that all text because you don& 39;t like it.2Just shake your device and you will be prompted to undo.3It& 39;s in Croatian and it means: Undo typing :) Or you can just cancel it.4And the text has gone. There is also option redo to bring back that text.
1In a medium bowl, mix together the flour, salt, & pepper with a whisk. Add the shrimp to the bowl. Mix well with your hands to coat the shrimp with the flour mixture.2Place the floured shrimp in a medium, fine mesh strainer held over the sink. Shake the strainer to remove any excess flour from the shrimp.
1The ingredient : milk, salt, pepper, potatoes , butter2Prepare some water to put potatoes3Add some salt into the water4Peel off potatoes and put into the water while preparing other ingredient5Chop onions..(as I dun really like to eat onion,just add based on your own preference):)6The onions7Chopped chopped~8Start cook all the potatoes.
1Go out and find yourself a fine elder.2Cut a piece of elderwood, 1,5cm thick, about 20cm long. It& 39;s not important what kind of wood as long as it is hard.3Get rid of the soft inside of the elderwood, except for about 5cm at the end. So your whistle isn& 39;t fully open.4Cut a V shaped form in your whistle.
1Prepare an original tissue box2Cut it open like this3I love this cloth very much4Cut the cloth like this5678First, paste the bottom of the tissue box9Then cut the cloth like this1011Paste the longer side first12131415Then the shorter one1617Cut a 2mm card, same size as the cover181920Paste it on top of the cover2122Paste the cloth properly23Then a card size like the bottom of the cover24And 2mm thick card2526Paste it to the bottom of the box2728Then the cover one293031The longer size first32Finish!
1Start with some bread.2Put a slice in the toaster slot.3Push the lever to start toasting.4Exciting! Not done yet.5Put the toast on a plate.keyboard shortcuts: previous step next stepSEO consultant, Kindle enthusiast, producer/consumer of Italian food.Boston... sometimes NYC
1Gather your ingredients. You can get rice ball of various flavors and a jar of glutinous rice at your local Asian food market. You can also make your own glutinous rice, but that& 39;s a different story.2Add water to about 1/4 of the pot and start boiling it. This could take a while.3Crack 2 eggs, more if you like it thicker, and slightly whisk it to the point the yolk is running but not entirely mixed with the egg whites.
1Fold 6 inches of tape back onto itself so you have a non-sticky piece of duct tape. For texture, cut slits and ruffle.2Grab your wire and cut 3& 34; to wrap the stem of your feather using your pliers. Leave a small loop to attach your earring hook.3Now, repeat!4And then, of course, rock those feathers like it& 39;s nobody& 39;s business.
1I will be swapping my cassette from one wheel to another. I am doing a SRAM/shimano compatible cassette and hubs.2grab your wheel which currently has the cassette.3slink your chain whip around your cassette. you will be turning the wrench left, so put your chain whip on in a manor to hold it steady from the right.
1These are some of the beads I use. You can use any beads you want.2This is the craft wire you need. That piece below is the size you need to cut (about four or five inches).3Fold the end of the wire over about a centimeter ( the width of your pinky nail, from side to side not top to bottom, will do it, maybe even a tiny bit smaller) with the pliers.
1Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.2Gather all your ingredients.3Cook 1.5 cups of dry quinoa. Be sure to soak and rinse the quinoa before cooking (it has a bitter coating called saponin that needs to be washed off).4I like to use my rice cooker to make quinoa. To cook quinoa in the rice cooker, use the white rice setting.