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1. How to Make Salt Spray - unisex hair product
How to Make Salt Spray - unisex hair product
Salt spray is a popular hair product that produces that beach-hair effect using the same basic ingredient as the beach! Given that it's based on such a humble main ingredient, it's amazing how expensive it can be to buy ready-made. Having recently had a choppy razor-cut that needed a pile of pro...
Fashion & Beauty - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 16:24:30
2. Step-by-Step Focaccia Bread Recipe
Step-by-Step Focaccia Bread Recipe
A great recipe for a tasty Focaccia bread topped with antipasto that makes a very taste lunch or accompaniment, vegan and vegetarian. Time-consuming but not difficult. Well worth the effort! Focaccia is an Italian bread baked in a tray, served in pieces - either cut or torn. It's rich in olive o...
Food & Cooking - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 12:32:00
3. Vegetarian Cornish Pasty
Vegetarian Cornish Pasty
Let's be fair, this can't really be a Cornish pasty by the purists' rules. It wouldn't be vegetarian, and it wouldn't use wholemeal flour. But I'm a vegetarian, I live in Cornwall, and I based the recipe on Paul Hollywood's classic Cornish pasty recipe, so it's about as close as you can get.
Food & Cooking - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 16:40:24
4. How to use the eBid auction site
How to use the eBid auction site
eBid.net is the great alternative auction site, a serious alternative to using ebay. For sellers there are cheap fees, for buyers great bargains, and for all friendly forums. Of course, using any new site is always a challenge - it never does things the way you're used to. So here are some ideas...
Internet - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 12:32:42
5. Vegan Cupboard
Vegan Cupboard
Thanks for visiting my corner of Squidoo where I keep all things vegan and vegetarian. Please note that not everything here will be purely vegan, as I do use dairy products (not eggs), wear wool etc. so I'm not a vegan, as much as I empathise with those aims, but so far it's been a commitment too...
Food & Cooking - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 12:32:01
6. YDC Your Donation Counts
Your Donation Counts (YDC) is the unofficial charity arm of eBid.net's forums, being run and maintained by the buyers and sellers. eBid generously provides a charity forum for discussion, and allows the occasional bit of extra promotion, a mention in the newsletter etc, for which YDC is very grat...
nonprofits - Sat, 05 May 2012 09:48:21
7. Turkish Delight
Real Turkish Delight is truly scrumptious. Lots of recipes, and lots of commercially available Delight is made with gelatin, producing a bouncy sweet substance that more closely resembles concentrated jelly cubes and has entirely the wrong feel in your mouth and between your teeth. Real Delight i...
food-and-cooking - Wed, 28 Mar 2012 08:05:06
8. How to Request Technical Support
The less technical you are, the more likely it is that you'll sometimes need help from a technical support department or help desk. And the more likely you'll be utterly mystified by their jargon, and have no idea what you should tell them. The first thing to remember is that technical support pe...
computers-and-electronics - Fri, 23 Mar 2012 09:41:49
9. The Lost Gardens of Heligan, a Cornish gem
I'm making this page about Lost Gardens of Heligan because... It's one of my favourite places, and I'm lucky enough to live within walking distance. Though it does take me about half-an-hour and it's all up hill! Heligan is a beautiful old garden, restored to former glories after being discovered...
travel-and-places - Thu, 01 Mar 2012 07:53:06
10. Mark Hix - a British chef with a passion for traditional food
Who's Mark Hix? You might well ask... he's a talented "celebrity chef" who appears content to put the emphasis on chef for a change. He produces great recipes (and no doubt great food, but I've never been lucky enough to try the real McCoy!) using local, fresh ingredients and traditional themes. ...
food-and-cooking - Sun, 12 Feb 2012 11:44:36
11. Get extra help with your eBid selling
eBid.net is the leading alternative auction site, regularly scoring high in user and technical surveys and league tables. It's popular with buyers and sellers alike, not least because its very favourable fee structure means sellers can offer bargain items at sensible prices without having to infl...
business-and-work - Wed, 10 Nov 2010 10:40:03
12. Why use eBid forum members when you're looking for a seller?
If you've been looking at any of my lenses, you'll know there's one thing I bang on about more than anything else...eBid. In case you don't know, eBid is the "alternative" auction site - smaller, cheaper, and less well known than the market leader. And those are only a few of its charms! Of cours...
internet - Tue, 02 Nov 2010 16:48:50
13. Great Iced Tomato Soup
Iced tomato soup makes a fantastic light summer lunch dish. It's quick and easy to make, though it's better left a while for the flavours to meld, so if you can make it the day before and rest it in the fridge. By it's nature it's fat-free, low calorie, full of fibre, just super healthy.
food-and-cooking - Thu, 24 Jul 2014 10:52:54
14. Crackers - Easy to make Savoury Biscuits
The other day I found myself wondering why, if I bake all my own bread, make sweet biscuits, tray bakes, even cakes if somebody else is going to eat them (I don't do eggs), then why do I still buy crackers? Especially as good savoury crackers of the artisan type cost a small fortune, meaning the ...
food-and-cooking - Sat, 17 Aug 2013 19:11:05
15. Visit Mevagissey
Mevagissey is a delightful fishing village on the South Coast of England in picturesque Cornwall. Tucked away in the West Country as it is, Mevagissey is a popular holiday destination. But unlike many holiday villages around Britain, Mevagissey manages to retain its character as a place where peo...
travel-and-places - Wed, 09 May 2012 21:34:07
16. The Best Sea Salt is Cornish
So, why Cornish Sea Salt? There are two parts to that question - why Cornish Sea Salt at all? And why this lens? Firstly let me say, I'm not associated with the company at all just a keen amateur cook who's discovered this wonderful essential ingredient and wants to spread the good news. Since I'...
food-and-cooking - Tue, 08 May 2012 22:49:46
17. Great Fast Baked Potato
I love baked potatoes, but they do require a bit of planning - time to heat the oven, then at least an hour to bake properly. If you do them in the microwave they only take minutes but are flabby and pale - not great news since the cripsy skin is an important part of their deliciousness. What's t...
food-and-cooking - Sun, 29 Apr 2012 16:03:42

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