1Get all the ingredients to make the cookie dough ready2Set the powdered sugar aside in a bowl for later3Pre heat oven to 375 degrees4Pour box of lemon cake mix into a mixing bowl5Push cake mix to the edges of bowl to create a ditch of sorts6Add all wet ingredients to the ditch: eggs, oil, & extract7Beat wet ingredients slightly with a fork8Then mix wet & dry together with a spatula.
1Rice2Empty container where you put your rice water.31 cup of rice.4Add 2 cups of water to your 1 cup of rice. Let it sit for 5 mins. Then use your fork or spoon to stir. Stir for 1 min. Then drain your rice and put the water in the empty container.5After you separate your rice and water, it should look like this.
1In order to hollow out the bulb, please check out my guide titled & 34;How To Hollow Out a Lightbulb& 34;!2This is the largest globe bulb I could find. The frosting doesn& 39;t matter because it can easily be rinsed away with cold water.3Check with your local aquarium store for a fish that can do well in limited space.
1Now you& 39;re ready to get started!2Pin your fabric on a flat surface. For straight lines, use painters tape and press firmly so that the Inkodye doesn& 39;t bleed under the tape. You can try it freehand as well.3Pour Inkodye in a bowl. Three tablespoons (approx 1.5 oz) was enough for my 13x13& 34; Lumitype.
1Allow a drop of polish to fall at the bottom of your nail2Here it is at another angle. Let it drop to the very base :)3Swipe it upwards to the tip4Now do that a couple times until your left with the sides5Dip polish to wetten the brush6Do the same on the other side :)7And you& 39;re done! Add a second coat if needed to make it opaque :)8Random funky design :pkeyboard shortcuts: previous step next stepFollow my Instagram @fabulocitynailsPlease feel free to request designs and ask questions.
1Gather ingredients! Yay! (ice not pictured, & 39;cuz we ran out at home)2Cut banana into however many pieces you like! I cut mine in half, but I guess it depends on the size of your blender...3Cut apple in half. Halve the halves. And so on and so forth. Have fun with this! Sing a song!4Add 1 cup yogurt.
1First, pick a quality cut of meat. Remember that your meal is only as good as the ingredients! Look for a deep red color, no brown spots or bruising and no oily gunk. That& 39;s how you know it& 39;s fresh.2I used a Top Sirloin. Other cuts that cook well using this method are Rib Eyes or New York Strips.
Clamato + salt + mexican beer + pepper sauce. + lemon
1Small line cut into 4 - 4 foot lengths.2Place all pieces of line over your finger doubled up so you have 8 even tail ends.3Tie a overhand knot. Some may not be lined up right.4This is a picture of the overhand knot you just did. But with a single rope instead of all 4 ropes. Reference photo. .5Separate the line into a x shape with 2 each.
1This is from Arizona and can be bought online. I will provide a link to the site once I find it again.:)2Anytime you have to handle raw meat or even cooking food wash your paws! Before and threw out the cooking process.3Everything you will need. For the prickly pear I believe it is only made in Arizona so you have to buy it online.
1Turn this into a neat, organized and fun way to store your makeup!2Size your sheet metal according to the frame size. Mine was 11x13.5 ....a little smaller is always better than too big!3Lay fabric lightly over material to get a rough estimate of the size you need to cut it.4Get your hot glue gun out and start warming it up.
1Your supplies mainly- a black pen liquid liner preferably with a soft flexible tip. The rest of the supplies are optional.2Tight lining is mostly often use for those who like to achieve natural eye make-up. I would curl my lashes an apply mascara and no liner on the bottom lashes. Just add brown eyeshadows and blend it.
1Prepare chicken. Salt. Rice.2Sprinkle salt on chicken. Marinate it.3Wash rice with water.4Place chicken into rice cooker with the rice. Together.5Add Red (gi zhi). This step is optional.6Wait rice to be cooked. Wait around 15-20min.7Done! Chicken will be cooked the same time with the rice. Add pepper.
1Gather all your ingredients.2Put the meat into a large mixing bowl. I like to use ground turkey3Add the currents. I like to be extra generous here. The currents add a pleasant sweetness.4Next add the tomato paste.5Add ground cumin. Again, I like a generous amount.6Add ground cinnamon, salt and pepper.
1Take an eyeshadow primer & prime your lids. I just de-potted it.2Prime your whole lid. I usually prime my brows too because I fill them in3Take a neutral color. This is sidecar from the naked palette. I use this by itself because it& 39;s gorgeous by itself4Apply up to your crease. Remember, you can build your color.
1Prepare your crème fraîche (use heavy cream as substitute). Take it out of the refrigerator before you start cooking. You want it to be at room temperature by the time it& 39;s needed.2Cut the bacon into little 1/2-inch pieces.3While you& 39;re chopping up the bacon, cook the pasta. Heat 4 quarts of water and the salt to a rolling boil.
Grip tape the length of the grip + 1& 34;
1Here is the quickest and easiest way to dice an onion. I& 39;m using an 8 inch Chef Knife. Standard cutting tool and a must for any kitchen2First, cut off the top tip of the onion. Leave the bottom with the root on. This will hold the onion together while you chop it up3Next flip the onion onto the top side you just cut off and cut the onion in half right down the middle of the root.
1Wearing latex gloves, remove the stems from the jalapeños with a knife and discard, and slice the jalapenos into 1/8 inch round discs.2In a large pot, combine the apple cider vinegar, sugar, turmeric, celery seed, garlic powder and cayenne pepper and bring to a boil.3Reduce heat and simmer for 5 minutes.
1Pick up seafood at a local fish market like Wulf& 39;s in Brookline (617.277.2506).2Prep seafood: cut fish in 2 oz pieces, de-shell prawns, cut squid bodies and trim tentacles, rinse clams and mussels.3Prep ingredients - chop onion, tomatoes and garlic. Cut green beans in half.4Use wood fire or outdoor paella cooker.