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How To : Make edible fruit bouquets and arrangements

This video demonstrates how to make edible fruit bouquets and arrangements. you can use any fruit and chocolate. Start with a ceramic base. Also, you'll need a Styrofoam ball about 2 inches larger than the base, a hot glue gun, flower shaped cookie cutters, a pack of toothpick ...more

How To : Cut open a coconut

In this tutorial, we learn how to cut open a coconut. Coconuts in nature look different than they do when you buy them at the grocery store. They come in green, orange, and yellow. The white ones you see are shaved off before you buy them at the store. To open up a coconut, yo ...more

How To : Prepare a pomegranate for eating

In this tutorial, we learn how to prepare a pomegranate for eating. These are very messy fruits, so make sure you place it on a surface that has a plate underneath it. Take a sharp knife and cut down the center of the pomegranate until you reach the bottom. Now, quarter the ha ...more

How To : Open a coconut with a sharp stick in the ground

In this video, we learn how to open a coconut with a sharp stick in the ground. You will want to start off by pushing the coconut into the stick, breaking apart the outer shell until you get to the middle. Depending on how experienced you are, this can take just a few minutes ...more

How To : Make classic chocolate and caramel coated apples

Half snack, half dessert and completely delicious! All you need to make these are: Granny Smith (green) apples, caramel, chocolate melting wafers and your favorite chopped nuts. You will also need some lollipop sticks or bamboo skewers and a small hammer. Make classic chocolat ...more

How To : Make sweet pineapple sauté

Learn how to make sweet pineapple sauté. Pineapple sautéed in sugar and topped with cream is a delicious summertime dessert. It's quick and delicious! To cook this sweet pineapple sauté, you'll need pineapple, sugar, butter, and heavy cream.

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 : 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 : 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 : Eat fuyu persimmons raw and cooked

With the arrival of fall come persimmons. One of the kinds of persimmon called Fuyu persimmons, also called sharon, are in season from September through December. What you need to look out for is that they are firm and have a nice orange color overall with smooth skin. If a pe ...more

How To : Juice key limes

Gourmet food editor Melissa Roberts talks about key limes here. Key limes are much smaller than the conventional limes that you usually see at supermarkets. When they go out of season they become a little dry, their peak season being spring. They're picked off trees when they' ...more

How To : Chop dried fruit

Use this quick and easy tip for chopping sticky dried fruit. The dried fruit can often stick to itself and become very difficult to chop into distinct pieces. This is important for baking cakes or other dessert recipes that require the ingredient.

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 : Peel & slice an orange into a bowl

Otoro makes peeling oranges look easy. Step 1: Cut off the top and bottom edges of the orange. Step 2: Slice the orange in half. Step 3: Using your knife, gently separate the skin of the orange from the slices inside, guiding your knife around the inner edge of the skin. Step ...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 : Open a coconut quickly without making a mess

If you love coconuts, coconut water or even coconut meat, you should know how to open one up. This HowTo video tutorial shows you an easy way to open a coconut without making a mess. You have to hold the coconut in your hand If you put the coconut on the counter or somewhere ...more

News : How to Make the Best of the Durian Fruit

One shrinks their nose when the name of Durian fruit is brought up but are you aware of all the health benefits it can provide? The Durian fruit on its own can help control Blood pressure, blood sugar, Anaemia and depression. Not only this, the fruit has the miraculous qualiti ...more

How To : Make Thomas Keller's cured preserved lemons at home

In this clip, learn how to make a yummy concoction that comes straight from Thomas Keller. This batch of cured preserved lemons is easy to make and can be used in a ton of other recipes. So, follow along with Chef John and make this easy ingredient.

How To : Properly cut pineapples

In this video you will learn a simple and fast way to cut a pineapple into small chunks. Begin by cutting off both the top and bottom of the pineapple. Then cut the pineapple in half from top to bottom, rotate the pineapple 45 degrees and cut again so that you have eight long ...more

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 : Slice, dice and mash strawberries

Whether you're making a strawberry shortcake recipe, strawberry jam, or even a refreshing strawberry smoothie, make preparation easy when creating your favorite strawberry recipes with RecipeTips.com's strawberry slicing, dicing, and mashing tips. Slice, dice and mash strawber ...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 : Determine whether cantaloupes are ripe or not ripe

The cantaloupe is a troublesome fruit for some melon shoppers, because it's a really hard fruit to tell the ripeness of, like most hard-shelled melons. If you've been riddled with how to bring home the ripest and freshest cantaloupe melon, then YourProduceGuy has answers for y ...more

How To : Cut a mango for mango salsa

The user "MJenks13"(Susan) from Youtube shows an easy trick that you can use to cut a mango for a delicious Fruit Salsa. You will need a mango fruit and a knife. It's ideal that the mango is ripe, so that it has a stronger flavor and the pulp is easy to cut. Mango fruits have ...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

How To : Slice a ripe peach with a forward cut

Generally if you can get your knife through a peach and produce smaller, more bite-sized chunks, that's good enough. We're not all too picky about how beautiful our peach slices look when we're scarfing one down post workout, but sometimes it's important to give a good present ...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 : Peel a dragon fruit (also known as a pitahaya)

Interested in peeling a dragon fruit by hand? With the proper technique, it's easier than you'd think. So easy, in fact, that this free video lesson can present a complete overview of the peeling process in about a minute's time. For more information, and to get started peelin ...more

How To : Make green mangos with chili, salt and sugar

A good snack to prepare is green mangos with chili. It is found on every street corner in Malaysia. You will need green mangos, sugar, coarse salt and dried Thai chiles. Make green mangos with chili, salt and sugar. Click through to watch this video on marthastewart.com

How To : Open a jackfruit

This video shows you how to open a jackfruit. You should not use a knife when opening and use coconut oil on your hands afterwards because it is very sticky. You should find a soft spot and open it from there. Tear along the middle and all the way around to open the fruit in h ...more

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