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How To : Make a banana dog for kids with Cricket Azima

This fun twist on a sandwich is guaranteed not to be traded or thrown away. Follow along as our Food Network host shows you how to make banana dogs for your kids. This cooking how-to video is part of Cooking for Kids show hosted by Cricket Azima. Kid-food expert Cricket Azima ...more

How To : Cut a large mango

Chef Bibby Gignilliat of Parties That Cook will demonstrate the best way to cut a large mango. First, look at the mango and determine which side is the wide side and which is the thin side. Then, lay the mango on it's thin side, and proceed to cut the mango avoiding the pit. N ...more

How To : Peel a pomegranate

Pomegranates can be tricky to peel, but if you follow these instructions, you'll be done in no time. Items you will need: Pomegranate, bowl, paper plate. To peel a pomegranate: Peel the top center off, and then begin working from there. When you get far enough inside to grab a ...more

How To : Turn your fresh tomatoes into crushed

Ian Knauer, food editor from Gourmet Magazine, is going to show you how to turn fresh tomatoes into crushed tomatoes in no time. First, you must take a fresh tomato and just slice it in half, now grab a 4 sided grater and start grating the tomato using the large holes. You sho ...more

How To : Shape & cut an apples into a swan

FoodWishes will show you how to make an apple swan with this short little video. This project is simple and quick. * Cut two slices off one-half of the apple. * Cut a one-quarter from the other half of the apple. Take this half, and cut one-quarter from it, and then cut one-q ...more

How To : Make a beautiful fruit basket

If you're looking for a fabulous gift, why not check out this tutorial with Martha Stewart and see what to do to create a beautiful fruit basket. Bananas, apples, peaches, grapes, cherries, oranges, pineapple, kiwi, tangerines - any fruit you want! Of course, make sure you're ...more

How To : Ripen fruit quickly

This quick video for the home chef teaches us how to ripen fruit quickly. Not quite as quickly as this video ends, but more quickly than it would otherwise. A must for anyone who has ever slapped their forehead at the sight of the pile of green bananas at the supermarket and l ...more

How To : Eat green mangoes in the Vietnamese tradition

In this tutorial, we learn how to properly eat green mangoes the Vietnamese way. The ingredients you need are: washed cold green mangoes, a peeler, a plate, sugar, a spoon, a bowl, and fish sauce. First, peel your mango until it's all the way free of the skin and cut the mango ...more

How To : Peel, seed, and eat a pomegranate

Girl With No Name presents a video on how to easily peel, seed, and eat a pomegranate. Pomegranates are a very tasty and healthy fruit, full of beneficial antioxidants. However, peeling them can be a very difficult task, and can turn many people off to eating the fruit itself. ...more

How To : Prepare a persimmon for eating

A persimmon is not ready to eat until it has a soft consistency like jelly or pudding, though the fruit can be harvested and brought inside while still hard, so long as the branch the fruit hangs from is picked along with it. One way to be sure that a persimmon is ready to eat ...more

How To : Carve a watermelon baby stroller filled with fruit

This watermelon baby carriage is just waiting to get rolled into a baby shower! When traditional gifts like baby bibs and ginormous baskets of diapers and pacifiers won't cut it, this stroller is all that and then some. Carved out of a single piece of watermelon, the stroller ...more

How To : Open a coconut with no tools

Follow along as Coconut Chris teaches us how to open a coconut in under a minute. - You can use a metal spike, but the most common way to open a coconut "Hawaiian Style" is to smash it on a rock. - Do this until the husk starts to break, when it does peel it off. - Tap the coc ...more

How To : Open a coconut with only a knife

Follow along as we learn how to open a coconut with only a knife. - Take the back of the knife and strike the coconut at the top. Make sure you are rotating the coconut as you do this, and continue striking. - Keep doing this until you have cracked the top. Then peel the top ...more

How To : Dry apple slices for crafts

Dry apples for that perfect project by following these steps. Apple aren’t just for eating. You can use sliced dried apples to add a little interest to your next craft project. Making the dried apple slices is half the fun and a great way to spend a lazy afternoon. You Will Ne ...more

How To : Carve a watermelon basket

Using food as a platter or bowl to serve food in is a genius idea. Because once you're done digging into the fruit salad inside this watermelon, you can then eat the "bowl"! Well, maybe not the rind. But you get the point. Take a gander at this food tutorial to learn hwo to c ...more

How To : Clean and cut a whole pineapple

Chef Dan Bobo explains the proper way to clean and cut a whole pineapple, putting safety and cleanliness first. The first step is to wash the pineapple. Then, you can start cutting it: First, try to find the flattest side of it by rolling it over the table. Then, hold it firml ...more

How To : Properly cut a cantaloupe

In this video from C4Bimbos we learn how to cut a cantaloupe. This also works for a watermelon, she says. Slightly cut off each side - top and bottom - so that you can stand it up. Now you want to shave each side down. Using a sharp knife is the best way to go! Get all of the ...more

How To : Cut citrus segments

Citrus segments make refreshing additions to salads and desserts, but the bitter white pith and chewy membranes sometimes detract from the deliciousness. To make citrus segments -- sometimes called "supremes" -- the only tool needed is a sharp paring knife. Cut the top and bot ...more

How To : Remove coconut husk with a machete

Love coconuts but don't know how to open them up? This how to video demonstrates how to strip a coconut husk in under two minutes. Use a machete and a piece of wood to remove the husk and cut open coconuts.

How To : Choose a perfectly ripe Tommy Atkins mango

Just because the grocery store sells produce, doesn't mean it's all good and ready to eat. Mangos are a particularly tricky fruit to get right… er… ripe. Tommy Atkins mangos the more common mangos, and are usually grown in Mexico (originally Florida). When choosing a Tommy Atk ...more

How To : Open a coconut to drink the milk

In this tutorial, we learn how to open a coconut to drink the milk. To start, you will need to grab a large bowl and place the coconut over it. Then, use a knife to hit it with the blunt side. Hit all around the coconut until you have cut an even edge around the middle of the ...more

How To : Select and prepare Jackfruit

Have you ever heard of the East Indian fruit Jackfruit or Kanoon? The Jackfruit is one of the largest of fruits and almost every family in Thailand has a Jackfruit tree in their backyard. You can learn how to properly select a Jackfruit based on ripeness and learn the proper w ...more

How To : Pick and open a coconut

Getting into the inside of a coconut can be tough but this episode will show you an easy and quick way to crack open a coconut. Leave the tools in the garage. Forget about trying to cut the shell. All you need is a sturdy kitchen knife and a flick of the wrist.

How To : Cut a mango to get the most fruit

How to cut a mango to get the most fruit To get the most from your mango's you have to know how to cut them. Start by cutting the mango in half from top to bottom with a sharp knife. Then cut off as much flesh as you can getting as close to the seeds as possible. Once you hav ...more

How To : Hull a strawberry

With the use of a handy dandy straw you can quickly and easily remove the hull of a strawberry. You might still have to remove a couple leaves but by starting from the bottom of the strawberry and pushing the straw up through the top you should cleanly remover the middle. Nee ...more

How To : Make fruit salad

You can dump canned fruit in a bowl and call it a fruit salad. But you can’t call it delicious. Watch this video to learn how to make fresh fruit salad. You will need: a variety of fresh fruits 3 tbsp of brown sugar 1 lime a small mixing bowl a sharp knife a cutting board a l ...more

How To : Caramelize mango with rum and brown sugar

Toaster ovens are great when cooking for one. This how to video has delicious toaster oven recipes by four-star chef Eric Ripert. Today's recipe features caramelized mango fruit with rum. Serve this mango recipe with a scoop of ice cream Ingredients for caramelized mango with ...more

How To : Make Trinidadian mango chow

Mango is a tropical fruit that goes well with many dishes and can be made several different ways. Mango salsa, smoothies, and even martinis are just some of the most common ways to use a mango. In this tutorial, you'll find out how to make a Trinidadian mango chow that is easy ...more

How To : Core apples quickly

There is a very easy method to use that is much faster than coring the apples. You can use it to speed the process of preparing apples up so that they are available to you to make your favorite recipe whether it be an apple cake, an apple pie, or some other apple recipe. You w ...more

How To : Know the basics of cutting a mango

1. Peel the mango from top to bottom. Using the Y-shaped peeler, work your way around the mango, removing the skin. If the fruit is not quite ripe, keep peeling it away until the pulp is bright yellow. As you expose more pulp, use a paper towel to hold the peeled mango so it d ...more

How To : Cut fancy citrus fruit wedges

Check out this short video tutorial from Rouxbe on how to cut fancy citrus fruit wedges. This video will support your cooking experience and will provide you with additional relevant information during your culinary time cutting citrus wedges. There are two ways you can cut f ...more

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