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1. Best DSLR Cameras 2014 - Top 10 Digital SLR Cameras
Choosing a DSLR requires careful consideration, whether you are buying your first camera or upgrading. With so many options available, and DSLRs having apparently identical features, picking the best one for you and your photography isn't always an easy task.
Overall performance, efficiency, fun...
2. Best Superzoom Digital Cameras 2013: Top Selling Bridge Cameras
Computers & Electronics - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 13:22:31
For all their advantages, point-and-shoots suffer from a universal limitation: affixed lenses that restrict utility in certain situations - especially those in which subjects are further than a few meters away. Hence, the rise in popularity of the superzoom compact cameras the lenses of which off...
3. Jane Seymour's Updo Hair Style
Computers & Electronics - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 04:53:21
I am not an advocate of teasing or backcombing. It does provide the hair with some body that is necessary with some styles, but comes at the expense of roughing up the cuticle of the hair shaft, causing damage if done on a frequent basis. To me, it is not a good way to achieve volume. If your hai...
4. Best Mirrorless Compact System Cameras 2013 (CSC)
Fashion & Beauty - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 05:03:18
DSLR cameras are very popular because they're so versatile thanks to interchangeable lenses, extensive accessories and numerous advanced features. On the other hand, they're also quite bulky and heavy. That's why Panasonic and Olympus introduced an entirely new category of camera in 2012: the com...
5. French Twist for Waist Length Hair
Computers & Electronics - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 05:00:38
A French Twist is an elegant updo that can easily go from the office to a night on the town. It can be more difficult to create, however, as your hair approaches waist-length and beyond. Here how to create the look on very long hair.
Start by brushing all your hair to one side, whichever side wi...
6. Best Compact Point-and-Shoot Cameras: Top 10 Compacts 2013
Fashion & Beauty - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 05:02:19
Not every occasion demands a professional-quality lens, and in those circumstances a compact point-and-shoot can make life a whole lot simpler - especially when they sport advanced features such as manual controls, electronic viewfinders, and Raw image recording.
Small enough to slide into your ...
7. Christmastime Brings the Best of Foods and Recipes
Computers & Electronics - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 05:04:23
Christmas is a wonderful time of year when there is a variety of foods, desserts, cookies, candies and drinks to enjoy together with family and friends. Your Christmas dinner is sure to include traditional favorites that you and your family enjoy each Christmas season.
8. My Bird of Choice: The Black-capped Chickadee
Holidays & Celebrations - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 05:04:24
As we approach a new year I have been thinking back to the past century and which species of all New England birds has meant the most to me. The species I remember being part of my life since I was a small boy is the black-capped chickadee. This cheerful little bundle of energy came to winter fee...
9. Summer Grilling Cookbook Recommendations
Pets & Animals - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 04:53:22
The grilling season is here and some great books will help all the outdoor cooks create gourmet meals n the beautiful outdoors. The newest and, I think, most beautiful of all is Weber's Art of the Grill, Chronicle Books (list price $19.83). The first thing I always do when perusing a cookbook is ...
10. Bathroom Remodeling Made Easy
Food & Cooking - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 05:02:19
Your bathroom is one of the most highly trafficked areas of your home. Can you recall a day when you did not use your bathroom? You may miss breakfast and go out for dinner or come home from a long day at work and drop into bed without stepping foot into your living room but the bathroom... that'...
11. Garden Railroads
home-and-garden - Thu, 05 Apr 2012 11:29:40
There is no "best" kind. Each metal has its own characteristics, and you must choose the one that best suits to your needs.
Aluminum rail is soft and easy to work. It is also easy to damage, should you accidentally tread on it. Its color will never change, although it will oxidize. This oxidizat...
12. Christmas Gift Ideas
hobbies-games-toys - Fri, 25 Nov 2011 18:30:47
When Christmas time rolls around every year there is always the task of finding good Christmas gifts. Depending on how many gifts you have to buy you will probably be wise to prepare a Christmas gift ideas list to help you organize. Of course you can always ask everyone exactly what they want, bu...
holidays-and-celebrations - Mon, 26 Dec 2011 13:38:44
Below is a list of all the lenses I have created. I have lenses in several different categories with several more in progress at any given time.
Feel free to explore my lenses and see what I have to offer.
14. The Treasures That Can Be Found in a Bike Store
squidoo-community - Mon, 19 Dec 2011 14:55:31
Cycling is a fun activity that can give you the exercise that you need. Since summer is already approaching, it's the perfect time to consider buying a bike or fixing up and improving the one that you have. A neighborhood bike store can provide you with a bike and other materials that will allow ...
15. Orchid Potting - How to Grow Orchids
sports-and-recreation - Fri, 16 Dec 2011 00:03:53
The majority of tropical orchids are epiphytic, which means that they need only air and water and a stabilizing medium in which to lodge. The exposed roots extending from these orchids are sometimes called air roots. Although such orchids also have additional roots, which anchor the plant in the ...
16. Container Gardens
home-and-garden - Thu, 08 Dec 2011 07:49:38
Container gardens come in many shapes and sizes, and so each container will lend itself to a different design. Here are a few simple tips and examples to help the beginning gardener create an attractive arrangement.
Remember that container gardens are not just for flowers, they can hold dwarf fr...
17. Pretty Things to Make This Christmas
home-and-garden - Thu, 08 Dec 2011 07:42:40
"Handmade" needn't mean hard work. Your family and friends will love these simple crafts - and so will you. The best holiday crafts are those that heighten our pleasure in everyday things. By putting together a few simple items in creative, unusual ways, you can create a treat for the senses. Her...
18. Top 6 Worst James Bond Movies
holidays-and-celebrations - Wed, 07 Dec 2011 03:25:57
Most of the James Bond movies are great, but there are a few duds in the legacy. Here are the five worst 007 adventures, and really, they're not THAT bad.1) Licence to KillIt's weird how Timothy Dalton was fine in Living Daylights, but then looks like a scared little boy here. Boo hoo, M won't le...
19. How to Give Your Home Life a Green Makeover
Entertainment - Tue, 06 Dec 2011 23:50:31
There are so many challenges facing the earth today: more trash, more people, more pollution, less space and fewer green places. With so much going on, it's easy to get overwhelmed and apathetic. After all, what can one person do to combat all of these different problems?
It may sound incredibly...
20. Target Marketing for Small Businesses
healthy-living - Mon, 05 Dec 2011 16:52:04
Target marketing involves identifying market segments, selecting one of them and developing your strategies accordingly. Though a terribly over worked buzz word, target marketing is definitely a very important set of activities even for small businesses. Target marketing is all about finding oppo...
21. Garden Cart Serves Many Purposes
business-and-work - Mon, 05 Dec 2011 15:33:52
A garden cart can serve many purposes for an avid gardener. The hobby of gardening involves carrying and moving of many things. Some things like plants or soil can become very heavy. Garden accessories like long rakes and spades can become unwieldy if several are needed for one project. A garden ...
22. Raccoons: The Mask-Wearer of the Night
home-and-garden - Mon, 05 Dec 2011 03:09:47
The night yields many sounds. From the barred owl's hoots to the little peeper's shrill call to the snipe's winnowing in the dark sky to the June bugs crashing against the screen door, we listen. Most of these voices are distinguishable to the animal that makes them.
There is, however, one noctu...
23. Christmas Birds: American Robin
Pets & Animals - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 05:04:24
When we think of a Christmas color, we think first of red: poinsettias, wreath ribbons, Santa's suit and holly berries. When we think of birds and Christmas, it is the northern cardinal that first comes to mind. The cardinal's bright red is on cards, wrapping paper, catalog covers, and in adverti...
24. Canon EOS Rebel SL1: The World's Smallest DSLR Camera
pets-and-animals - Sat, 26 Nov 2011 17:51:56
This camera is designed to be an entry-level camera. It works very well for lots of users andit is really designed to be ultra compact,reallygives you good performance while still beingsmall and easy to use. Essentially Canon sought out to create shrunken version of their newT5i and I think that ...
25. Best Waterproof Rugged Cameras 2013
computers-and-electronics - Thu, 09 May 2013 15:38:23
Despite claims to the contrary from most phone manufacturers, camera-equipped mobiles have yet to evolve much beyond the status of in-a-pinch picture poppers. Even entry-level point-and-shoot cameras tend to have better zoom capabilities, superior flash tech and superior low-light performance.
26. Painting Tricks and Techniques
computers-and-electronics - Thu, 02 May 2013 02:13:44
One of the most frequently asked questions is how to paint straight lines. I'm a firm believer in using mechanical aids such as rulers, straight edges, compasses and triangles at the composition stage of a painting.
Painting thin lines are relatively easy because it's rare that the straight line...
27. Bill Reid (1920-1998) and the Skidegate Totem
arts-and-design - Tue, 16 Apr 2013 19:12:22
The modern day renaissance of Native Art of the Northwest Coast of North America had a great deal to do with one man. The late Bill Reid (1920-1998), son of a Haida mother and a German/Scottish-American father, was the creator of many beautiful jewelry pieces, carvings and prints, all executed in...
28. Best Professional DSLR Cameras 2013
arts-and-design - Tue, 16 Apr 2013 10:20:20
There's no clear-cut definition of these categories, but advanced cameras typically target experienced photo enthusiasts with rugged construction, high resolution or great speed or additional functions or all of these benefits.
Expert cameras are even more impressive, just a notch below the very...
29. Panasonic LUMIX DMC-GH3: Cinematic Full HD Video
computers-and-electronics - Mon, 15 Apr 2013 21:49:12
Anyone who is serious about movie making should love this new 16-MP interchangeable lens camera with its pro-grade video features.
The GH3 is very well equipped for shooting still too, and it features a rugged weather-sealed magnesium alloy body with a 1.74-million-dot OLED viewfinder, a 3" arti...
30. Canon EOS Rebel T3i 18 MP CMOS Digital SLR Camera
computers-and-electronics - Wed, 06 Feb 2013 22:53:49
When you're shopping for new digital SLR your shopping list should include affordability, high resolution, big bright LCD display, full HD video recording, flexible zoom lens.
The Canon EOS Rebel T3i offers all and more in a small and compact SLR package that is easy to use and offers great flex...
31. Canon EOS 7D Digital SLR Camera
computers-and-electronics - Thu, 29 Nov 2012 12:14:00
The camera is wonderfully responsive, and is especially great with action shots.
You've probably already read the specs so I'm not going to pretend to be a Canon expert and tell you all the fancy stuff. Instead I'll tell you why I like my 7D.
32. Ten Fun Math Activities to Do at Home with Your Child
computers-and-electronics - Thu, 29 Nov 2012 12:05:33
Mathematics can be a challenging subject for young learners. As a parent, you want to make sure that your kids not only learn the math skills that they'll need but develop a lifelong love for math as well. The activities that follow have been summarized from some of the best educational resources...
33. How to Sit at a Computer: Ergonomics for Computer Users
How-To & Education - Wed, 24 Oct 2012 17:43:35
Ergonomic specialists don't want you to blame your computer, your keyboard, or your mouse. They want you to find more and better ways to condition your body so it can handle any and all physical aspects of computer work.
As a freelance writer working at my PC most of the day, I decided to do som...
34. First Anniversary Gift Idea
computers-and-electronics - Wed, 12 Sep 2012 18:55:59
So you are looking for the perfect first anniversary gift idea? The first wedding anniversary, according to the traditional list for anniversary gifts, is paper. Of course there is no written rule saying you must give a paper gift, so here are some great ideas for which ever route you choose:
35. LEGO Harry Potter Game Sets
holidays-and-celebrations - Sat, 31 Dec 2011 23:58:29
I grew up with LEGOs, spent a lot of time building castles, mansions, airports and space shuttles. I still have all of the original LEGOs, packaging as well as instruction manuals; They really are a timeless innovative and imaginative toys for kids of all ages.
Lego definitely makes the best, mo...
hobbies-games-toys - Mon, 26 Dec 2011 02:11:25
Some people prefer more than sustenance and soak their meat in marinades before they cook them. They can infuse additional flavor and tenderness into a piece of meat and make a big difference to the final meal. Steak is always a popular choice of meat cut and steak marinades can really add flavor...
37. Roasting Tomatoes: Cooking Tips and Techniques
food-and-cooking - Thu, 22 Dec 2011 17:43:18
Have you ever tried roasting your own tomatoes? If not, you might want to give it a try. Not only does roasting tomatoes intensify their flavor, but it also adds a smoky, smooth dimension. These flavors open several new possibilities for using tomatoes.
The method described here can also be used...
38. How to Make Perfect Couscous: Cooking Tips and Techniques
food-and-cooking - Thu, 22 Dec 2011 14:44:28
Couscous is a staple of North African cuisine. It's very versatile and can be served in any number of ways, but the most important thing is to cook it properly. If you're not lucky enough to have a Tunisian couscous steamer, then this tip will help you achieve perfectly cooked couscous.
39. Dicing Onions - Tips and Techniques - Caramelizing Onions
food-and-cooking - Thu, 22 Dec 2011 14:34:03
I unveil the mystery that has puzzled mankind for centuries - What is the right way to dice onions?
There is a standard method for getting a uniform shape when you dice onions. It takes a bit of practice, but once you get the hang of it, it's easy.
There are many differing opinions as to how to...
40. How to Make Corn Stock
food-and-cooking - Thu, 22 Dec 2011 14:17:50
Corn is at its best during the summer, and there is really no excuse for buying frozen kernels of corn. Although it is a bit more work shaving the kernels off of fresh corn, it's well worth it, and you can then take the cobs and make a delicious corn stock, which can be used in the place of any o...
41. Christmas Trees Are Decorated Around the World
food-and-cooking - Thu, 22 Dec 2011 14:06:20
For the young and young at heart christmas trees are a wonderful reminder of the christmas season. They are decorated around the world and the Christmas tree has been a part of tradition for centuries.
Decorated Christmas trees are said to date back to the Romans who during their winter festival...
42. Making Ceviche: Tips and Techniques
holidays-and-celebrations - Tue, 20 Dec 2011 12:31:07
Often spelled "seviche" or "ceviche," this popular Latin American dish is made from fresh fish that has been virtually cooked by citric acid in the form of lime juice.
It is very important to use fresh fish for cebiche. Some of the most commonly used fish are sole, pompano, kingfish, and red sna...
43. Infused Oils to Garnish Your Dishes
food-and-cooking - Mon, 19 Dec 2011 14:56:15
It's quite popular these days to use infused oil as a garnish. Even if a dish doesn't require infused oil for flavor, when used properly, the oil can add a nice finishing touch to the taste and appearance of the dish.
Here are a couple tips to follow when infusing oils (for this demonstration I ...
44. Toasting Fresh Spices
food-and-cooking - Mon, 19 Dec 2011 14:32:57
We Americans have just discovered what other countries around the world have long known: the importance of using fresh spices, and then toasting them.
Who knows how long pre-ground spices have been sitting on the grocery store shelves? These spices lose their flavor in a matter of months.
45. Art of Making Aioli, or Garlic Mayonnaise
food-and-cooking - Mon, 19 Dec 2011 14:20:16
Aioli comes from the Provence region of southern France and is typically used on meats, fish, and vegetables. Making your own is fairly simple, but it can be a little tricky if you've never made it before.
Aioli from scratch tastes much better than mayo from a jar, and you can flavor it with any...
46. Smashing Things in the Kitchen
food-and-cooking - Mon, 19 Dec 2011 13:59:39
Lemongrass is a very dense and fibrous stalk. When you want to steep or infuse a sauce with its flavor, you must first smash it a little to break up the fibers. You can do this easily using the back of a knife.
Then you can chop it up and use it for whatever you like, such as curry sauce or brot...
47. Wildflower Planting Instructions
food-and-cooking - Mon, 19 Dec 2011 13:40:36
Wildflower mixtures can be planted in late spring, after the last frost, early summer or fall. Fall seeding can be very successful, especially on dry soils. Fall plantings are "dormant seedings", the seeds will not germinate until next spring.
Successful establishment of a wildflower meadow invo...
48. Favorite Christmas Traditions to Enjoy
home-and-garden - Mon, 19 Dec 2011 06:09:18
There are several Christmas traditions that many of us have learned to love and cherish over the holiday seasons. With so many different cultures and customs it is easy to draw upon those Christmas traditions that suit each of our individual families best.
49. Roasting Duck How to Do It Right in a Few Simple Steps
holidays-and-celebrations - Mon, 19 Dec 2011 04:53:33
There is nothing more delicious than a properly roasted duck.
The main reason people tie the legs of poultry before cooking them is so the actual carcass of the bird is closed into a tighter and more uniform shape. Imagine if the legs were jutting out and cooking much faster, while the inside wa...
50. A Few Hints to Make Your Pt the Hit of the Party
food-and-cooking - Mon, 19 Dec 2011 03:30:50
Many pts involve liver. For this demonstration, we're using chicken liver. One thing you'll want to remember is that liver contains many tough veins throughout. Remove these as best you can before cooking. You can simply squeeze them out through your fingers.
Another key factor is properly cooki...
51. How to Get Beautifully Peeled Tomatoes Every Time
food-and-cooking - Mon, 19 Dec 2011 03:00:20
Step 1: First, make a small, shallow incision at the bottom of the tomato. This will assure you that the skin will be easy to remove once blanched.
Step 2: Blanch the tomato in salted boiling water. Be sure not to overcrowd the pot. Blanching only will take about 15 to 20 seconds. When you see t...
52. Advantages of Breastfeeding Diet
food-and-cooking - Mon, 19 Dec 2011 02:48:23
In the United States half of women are using breastfeeding diet plan for their baby, this is because the majority of them are aware of the importance of breastfeeding diet to their infants. A nursing mother when asked about the advantage of breastfeeding her baby will provide the answer that it i...
53. How to Make Court Bouillon
parenting-and-kids - Sun, 18 Dec 2011 13:43:02
Court Bouillon is traditionally used for poaching seafood and vegetables. The broth imparts more flavor than merely using water. Once made, you can keep it frozen in batches until you need some. Making Court Bouillon is very quick and easy, and it's worthwhile having around the kitchen.
54. Roasting Sweet Potatoes
food-and-cooking - Sun, 18 Dec 2011 03:40:34
Though typically seen during Thanksgiving, sweet potatoes are good all year round. When buying fresh sweet potatoes, look for a small- to medium-size potato with no bruises. You'll want to keep them in a cool, dry, and dark place.
Step 1: Pierce the sweet potato with a knife a few times.
55. Cleaning Leeks: Tips and Techniques
food-and-cooking - Sun, 18 Dec 2011 03:12:02
Leeks have a mild onion-like flavor, and are good for sauteing, braising, and frying. You can almost do with leeks anything you can do with onions, except eat them raw.
Remove the dark green top of the leek. This part contains a lot of chlorophyll and tends to be quite bitter.
Next, cut away th...
56. Cooking Artichokes in Acidulated Water
food-and-cooking - Sun, 18 Dec 2011 02:22:30
Artichokes are available in the spring and fall. You can prepare them in a variety of ways. Many people like to steam artichokes. Steaming is a better way to preserve the nutrients, but cooking artichokes in acidulated water enhances their flavor.
I savor using only the artichoke heart for dishe...
57. How to Make a Creamy Polenta
food-and-cooking - Sun, 18 Dec 2011 01:24:25
Polenta is simply cornmeal, but polenta grits are of a finer grain and are cooked slowly, which helps to make it creamy.
Heat up some chicken stock to start. You could substitute vegetable stock or water - whatever you prefer. For every cup of liquid you choose you'll need a 1/4 cup of polenta.
58. How to Make Fluffy, Cloud-like Potato Gnocchi
food-and-cooking - Sun, 18 Dec 2011 00:55:44
For making gnocchi you will need:
A dough cutter
A ricer, or 'food mill'
Water for blanching
Pierce each potato several times so that while they are baking much of the moisture will escape.
59. The Holiday Evergreens
food-and-cooking - Sat, 17 Dec 2011 16:05:28
Evergreens have been an important part of the Christmas holiday for several centuries. An apple-hung conifer called the paradise tree was used in the 14th and 15th centuries' miracle plays performed on December 24.
By the 16th century, German families were bringing evergreens into their homes fo...
60. Collecting Crap Records: Where to Search?
holidays-and-celebrations - Thu, 15 Dec 2011 22:18:23
Every charity shop in the land has at least a few LPs and 45s in a pile in one corner, and these can prove fertile ground for both the newcomer and the seasoned enthusiast. You can still turn up a wide variety of wonderful rubbish, from honky tonk piano sing-along LPs to the "covers" compilations...
61. Social Marketing
hobbies-games-toys - Tue, 13 Dec 2011 15:23:45
Has anyone ever tried to sell you an idea? No! Think again.
Marketing is basically about selling ideas. This article specifically speaks about selling of social ideas - social marketing. Social marketing targets the social behaviors and attitudes of people to benefit the society as a whole. Phil...
62. The Classic Method for Finely Dicing Shallots to Complement Any Vinaigrette
business-and-work - Tue, 13 Dec 2011 03:17:20
Shallots - a member of the onion family with a mild, subtle flavor - are a mainstay of dressings and vinaigrettes around the world.
Step 1: Remove the top of the shallot, and peel away the skin.
Step 2: Cut the shallot in half from the bottom to the top.
Step 3: You'll want to have a sharp kni...
63. How Cartoons and Animated Films Have Changed in the Past Century?
food-and-cooking - Sun, 11 Dec 2011 17:26:59
Now, this query demands an answer worthy of a dissertation. In fact, many points contained within such an answer would deserve book-length treatment. In one hundred years animation has changed radically in terms of technology, thematics, storylines, plots, gags, graphics, studio and distributive ...
64. How to Make a French Braided Bun
Entertainment - Sun, 11 Dec 2011 10:41:37
1) Comb out hair, then sit or stand upright. Draw thumbs from the tops of the ears to the back of the head, then gather up the hair thus parted. You should be holding a ponytail near the middle of the back of your head.
2) Section this ponytail into three parts and begin to braid. Work in the re...
65. Cobra Braid
fashion-and-beauty - Sat, 10 Dec 2011 14:46:31
In a regular French braid (where the braid appears somewhat buried in the hair) or a Dutch braid (where the braid looks like it is sitting on top of the hair) a new strand of hair is "picked up" or added to the outside strands of the braid, from alternating sides as the braid progresses.
66. Coiled Top Knot
fashion-and-beauty - Sat, 10 Dec 2011 14:32:54
1. Bring all of your hair up to the top of your head like you would do to make a pony tail. It should be gathered somewhere in front of your crown, centered, or slightly off to one side or the other.
2. Start twisting your hair from the base and then begin coiling the twisted hair around th e ga...
67. The Nursery Rhyme: A Look at One of England's Most Enduring Forms of Oral Culture
fashion-and-beauty - Sat, 10 Dec 2011 11:30:56
Occasionally, historical origins to nursery rhymes can be traced: thus Ring o' Roses probably refers to the plague in the 17th century, while The Grand Old Duke of York was almost certainly Frederick Augustus, the son of George III, who led an unsuccessful campaign (1793-95) against the French in...
68. Your Complete Guide to Baby Showers
parenting-and-kids - Wed, 07 Dec 2011 04:30:59
Baby shower themes are the absolute first thing to think about when you are planning a baby shower. The theme ties the whole shower together, from the invitations to the appetizers. Use these ideas to make your shower a smash!
If you are unclear about how or why to choose a theme, it is simple. ...
69. The Punk & New Wave Connection
parenting-and-kids - Wed, 07 Dec 2011 03:28:03
While many people equate New Wave with merely the synthesized sounds of band, New Wave is much broader than that. New Wave took it's influences from not only the Synth Pop and Electro Pop sounds of the Mid '70s, but also grew directly out of the Punk scene.
70. Songbird Shade Grown Coffee
Music - Mon, 05 Dec 2011 15:38:38
Song bird coffees are grown in the shade of the rainforest. They taste better because the coffee berries mature slowly. It is also coffee that shares habitat with migratory songbirds.
The coffee tree traditionally grows in the shade. There are several scientific reasons why "shade coffee tastes ...
71. Why Shade Grown Coffee is for the Birds
food-and-cooking - Mon, 05 Dec 2011 15:06:04
There are two ways to grow coffee: In the sun and in the shade. Sun-grown coffee, the newer, more high-tech approach, requires cutting down a variety of taller trees - avocado, orange, banana, mahogany and others - that shield shorter coffee trees from direct sunlight. The canopy of taller trees ...
72. Best 4 Man Tents
pets-and-animals - Mon, 05 Dec 2011 14:26:55
There are many different types of tents, but who makes the best 4 man tent on the market? Let's narrow our focus to the 4 man tent. Below are some of our favorite picks, to help you in your journey of purchasing one. If you're going to be doing mountain climbing or rough hiking, the Black Diamond...
73. How to Give the Perfect Book
sports-and-recreation - Mon, 05 Dec 2011 14:18:16
Giving the right book to someone at just the right time is an art form. But, it is such hard work but so fun! You will find hints below but only practice will teach you the best book to give. You can also check out prices and reader reviews on Amazon.
74. Devour These Ideas for Delicious Baby Shower Cakes!
books-poetry-writing - Mon, 05 Dec 2011 02:56:54
A staple of most baby showers is the cake which can easily double as a centerpiece for your baby shower. Even if you are pressed for time, there are many affordable, easy baby shower cakes to enjoy. First, pick a theme for the shower and go with that for the cake.
There are many themed cake pans...
75. Great Ideas for Twin Baby Shower Invitations!
parenting-and-kids - Wed, 30 Nov 2011 23:47:55
Having twins is twice the work and you need twice as much help. Make sure friends and family know this by sending out twin baby shower invitations, letting everyone know your news and how much any assistance will be greatly appreciated!
76. Making Pickled Ginger Japanese Cuisine
parenting-and-kids - Wed, 30 Nov 2011 23:33:44
Pickled ginger, known as gari, is a popular and delicious condiment at Japanese restaurants. Primarily served with sushi, pickled ginger is a pallet cleanser. Its sharp, sweet flavor cuts through residual flavors in your mouth, so that you get the pure experience of a certain taste yet to come, s...
77. Making Pasta Dough from Scratch in Your Food Processor!
food-and-cooking - Tue, 29 Nov 2011 16:38:35
Although your traditional Italian grandmother would not be pleased by this fact, making pasta dough from scratch in a food processor is very easy. For this demonstration, I've made a basic flour-and-egg pasta dough.
First, separate the egg yolks from the whites, then place the yolks in a food pr...
78. How to Make Perfect Sticky Rice
food-and-cooking - Tue, 29 Nov 2011 16:20:51
The most commonly eaten rice in all of Japan is of the short grain variety. When cooked, it has a soft and sticky texture. Check the harvest date when purchasing sticky rice to get the newest rice possible. The grains should be plump, nearly transparent, and bright.
Step 1: First you'll want to ...
79. Top Ten Tips for Terrific Cookies Cookie Making Tips
food-and-cooking - Tue, 29 Nov 2011 15:46:37
Whether you're known for your spritz cookies or your shortbread, even your favorites can go from wonderful to out-of-this-world by following our top 10 tips for baking perfect cookies.
1. For cutouts or sliced cookies, chill the dough until it's firm enough to handle, usually about 1 hour.
80. Making Homemade Ice Cream without Using Raw Eggs
food-and-cooking - Tue, 29 Nov 2011 15:32:32
I want to make homemade ice cream but have been told not to use raw eggs due to possible food poisoning problems. Would using Eggbeaters in place of the raw shell eggs without having to cook it be acceptable?
Never prepare a homemade ice cream recipe that uses uncooked raw eggs. Raw, uncracked s...
81. Eggstraordinary Eggs: Egg Substitutes and Favorite Egg Recipes
food-and-cooking - Tue, 29 Nov 2011 15:02:01
Eggs are truly an extraordinary ingredient! They are very versatile, quick to prepare, inexpensive and a complete wholesome food product.
Eggs had a bad reputation in the past, but recent recommendations from the American Heart Association state that four eggs a week are acceptable for those wat...
82. Atlas Snowblower - The Ultimate Snow Fighter!
food-and-cooking - Tue, 29 Nov 2011 14:36:45
Atlas snow blower has a state of the art blade which has a steel cutting edge for slicing through unmanageable blocks of snow. This is just one of its functionalities. The atlas snowplowing equipment can put to effective use in a variety of surfaces. The mold board is durable and can work in the ...
83. New Zealand Adventure Trips: Hiking, Cycling, Sea Kayaking
home-and-garden - Mon, 28 Nov 2011 16:35:03
Touch down to wild scenic splendor and lively Kiwi culture in New Zealand, a rugged island paradise in the South Pacific. Visit the garden city of Christchurch, and then South Island's varied landscape - a quiltwork of sea-churned coastline, temperate rain forest and pastoral countryside - a comb...
84. Garden Sheds for the Backyard
travel-and-places - Sat, 26 Nov 2011 05:18:56
Do you have a problem with space for outdoor items during winter? Is your garden cluttered with tools? Do you wish you could get your car into the garage? One of the most common needs for outdoor storage is that of a garden shed. What kind of garden shed you have depends on several things - how b...
85. Packing for Your Alaskan Adventure
home-and-garden - Sat, 26 Nov 2011 02:51:51
You want to travel light, but you don't want to forget anything, right? This article will help you pick the things to pack and the things to leave behind. Here are some things to keep in mind in different situations:
You have heard it before, but I'll repeat it again - travel light...
86. Plant Catalogs
travel-and-places - Sat, 26 Nov 2011 02:28:29
Plant catalogs rather than free seed catalogs are more common to the commercial plant market than to the retail one. There is the exception of house plants that can be found in online plant catalogs from many sources. Large plants do not ship as well singly and can be a very expensive proposal. T...
87. Garden Supplies and Tools Needed to Grow a Garden
home-and-garden - Sat, 26 Nov 2011 02:18:55
Do you find it difficult to get out and shop for garden supplies? Do you enjoy gardening but are not much of a shopper or live too far from a garden center to make it convenient? Today we are fortunate to have options that allow us to shop a far wide selection than ever before without ever leavin...
88. What You Need to Know Before Buying a Franchise
home-and-garden - Sat, 26 Nov 2011 01:48:49
Perhaps you've seen the sign, small business for sale, and know that it would be a perfect opportunity for making money. Literally hundreds of thousands of franchise operations exist, offering some the chance to become millionaires through buying and running them. Although that sounds great, buyi...
89. How to Make a Bird Sanctuary in the Backyard
business-and-work - Fri, 25 Nov 2011 12:31:39
Bird watching has long been a favorite pastime for many people and for good reason. Birds are beautiful and fascinating and there are hundreds of species. Their lovely colors and cheerful twitters are delightful. Creating a bird garden in your own yard is fun and easy.
Attracting birds and other...
90. Recipes for Mother's Day
home-and-garden - Wed, 23 Nov 2011 15:21:37
Moms, this column is NOT for you, so get your family over to the computer and go read a book or relax in a hot tub.
Hi dads and kids,
It's that time of year again, so get out the aprons and get to work. Show Mom how much she really means to you on this Mother's Day. Cook her a wonderful breakfa...
food-and-cooking - Tue, 22 Nov 2011 23:06:56
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