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Tools and Materials for Bread
Welcome to Bread
Class Project — Get Baking!
How Baking Works
How to Read a Recipe
Tools & Ingredients
Welcome to the Science of Baking
Science of Baking
Important Camera Settings
Some flowers I was passing by today which I thought would be good to show the different white balance settings.
Tripods and Supports
Getting to Know your Camera
Next Steps for Photography
Choosing a Camera, Tools and Supplies
Some photos taken in the night but without my tripod. My lens is very good at taking in lots of light so mostly I only need my tripod for long exposures or pictures taken with the timer.
A game of skill (ring toss) taken at the Night market in Taiwan, last night, with my Cannon Rebel using an old Nikon pancake-lens.
Raspberry Pi Class
Egg Dough & Kneading Basics
Using a Pasta Machine to Roll & Cut
Hand Cut & Shape Pasta
Farfalle e garganelli
Tagliolini in the front and fettuccine in the back!
Please try them and tell me how they turned out and if I should amend any of the Instructable :D
You can ;)
Baked Cheesy Potato Bites (...View Instructable »
It's good to have small amounts of danger in your life ;)
Oak and Walnut Tortilla Press
Turning your Raspberry Pi into a personal web server
How to Wildcraft Nori, Wakame and Other Seaweed
I think you could also make an additional side note in step one to describe what the advantages of having a pro-membership are...maybe it is a bit off-topic since this Instructable is mainly about the achievements but you have already noted about this instructable being featured, receiving pro-membership, so maybe someone new to the Instructables community would be curious why it is advantageous to be featured in this way beyond the status of "achievement". Great Instructable though...Instructables should have done something like this in the first place!
Congratulations! It depends on the person eating it to whether it is judged to be "pretty hot" or "hot-as-hell"....personally I can eat big spoonfuls of it on just about anything, which burns me a bit but feels so good. I'm glad you enjoy it!
I got a bit lost around step 10 because of confusion due to the origami terminology and photos...I don't think my paper x-wing turned out exactly right...but overall I think it was a nice little project.
Thank you for your support! :D
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Wow! really nice! While searching for this, I also came across a resource with many other Star Wars Origami designs: http://www.starwarigami.co.uk/diagrams-by-others.h..
Wow! really nice! While searching for this, I also came across a resource with many other Star Wars Oragami designs: http://www.starwarigami.co.uk/diagrams-by-others.h..
I've made my own version of Catan before (giant Catan) but this is some next-level Nerdiness. I want it so bad!
Star Wars Catan
Holiday Side DishesView Instructable »
It will definitely last for a month in the fridge if you can keep from eating it ;) ...but for me, when I make a batch, it will disappear within a couple of days.
ChengLong Spicy SauceView Instructable »
You're welcome! There has been a lot of experimenting on those subject since LEDs became cheap and bright...some of the research shows that different ratios of red to blue are better for different plants. LEDs are extra beneficial since they produce so little heat, allowing them to be suspended very close to the actual plant which focuses more of the light on the plant which it can then use for photosynthesis. Good luck!
You can make it too ;)
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Introduction & History Bits
Ingredients & Tools
Project: Infinity Mirror
Conclusion & Going Further
I didn't really want to have an infinity mirror, I just wanted to learn how to use the pixel strip. I did however hot-glue the pixel strip on a normal mirror for a temporary illuminated mirror.
I used a small computer fan to turn the last circuit in the lesson into an adjustable speed personal-fan.
Thanks! I'm excited to get onto the next lesson!
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