Well, i was at a restaurant and an item was creme brulee. What the heck is that?
Asked by Seleziona 8 years ago
I am interested in making creme soap and am looking for instructions/recipes/tips/tricks...etc
Asked by finehoot 8 years ago
This will show up in homebrewing but that's not exactly what I'm wanting to do. It's the only thing close to what I'm doing so that's the category it fell into. Sorry. I want to make a multi bottle filler to fill 12 - 2 oz to 6 oz bottles of skin moisturizer and or sun tan oils and lotions. I'm thinking something like a five gallon bucket with an air nipple to pressurize the bucket and force the liqud lotion down into the bottles through a tree with multiple filler tubes. I included a picture for something similar but it's got filler wands for beer and I don't think that will work with thicker lotions. If I saw a plan, that would be cool. I think I'm on the right track but haven't figured out how to seal the bucket and control the output of the lotion. Needs a cutoff valve that can be adjusted. Suggestions, comments or something similar or a completed DIY would be great.
Asked by Ghostrider13 2 years ago
I have been trying to gather up all the different flavors of andes candies, but I keep finding new ones, or "limited edition" ones. Does anyone know all the flavors? Just post the one you know! I already know about: Creme de menthe Mint parfait Cherry Jubilee Toffee crunch Raspberry Cream Lemon Meringue Key Lime Peppermint Crunch Any others?
Asked by kcls 8 years ago
You might have read about great skin scremes that fix all you skin problems. Maybe even of programs that fix your broken Office 1800 files. And if you are really lucky you even noticed PFD converters that convert even your old shoes to PDF documents. But I was wondering what comes next? Do we see the egg laying, woolen pig? A creme that actually makes you younger (and if used too often reduce you to an infant)? I don't know..... As you can see in my profile I am an active spam fighter, so I took a few minutes to write this little joke - I hope you are still reading this crap as a real spammer would love it! If I see spam I falg it and move on, but this time I wanted more, more fun, more replies, more everything. Judging by the websites some spammers use they even post links to freeware and open source projects, which of course makes me wonder what drives those people. Some of the open source spam I actually checked and I doubt the authors know about anyone spamming their links in forums and on sites like ours. Office 2003 file Recovery PST data recovery, PST Repair, Build up muskles fast, Skin care professional, How to look younger These are examples we see every day and all have the same things in common: bad langues skills, no foramtting, plain links and a lot of crap noone would even bother to read, let alone actually click on the links. So why do they do it? What is your favorite spam you found so far? Please no link, just a short summary! What do you think about this form of spam? How might such a spammer look like and how does he do his daily routine? Write something funny, give us your opinion or just make fun of these spammers. And forgive the bad formatting, I could not resist to copy the worst these spammers throw at us. Just noticed the links this way don't actually work in the forum but I leave them this way so it looks like real spam lol
Posted by Downunder35m 3 years ago
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Posted by iceng 6 years ago
Real Simple magazine and Instructables are happy to announce the winners for the Fake It, Don't Make It Recipe Contest!We saw some delicious recipes entered and encourage everyone to see the full group here.Grand PrizeThis winning recipe by trebuchet03 is featured in the December issue of Real Simple. Trebuchet03 also receives a $100 Crate & Barrel Gift Card, a monogrammed Real Simple apron, an Instructables T-shirt, and a year's subscription to Real Simple magazine. How to Make Monkey BreadFirst PrizeThe authors of these winning recipes will receive a $50 Crate & Barrel Gift Card, a monogrammed Real Simple apron, an Instructables T-shirt, and a year's subscription to Real Simple magazine. How to make Gingerbread Pumpkin Whoopie Pie by DMR30 Ravioli with Lobster Cream Sauce by shangrilarcadia Frozen Pumpkin Pie by SteveGerber Easy Dessert Puffs by jmjmcelwee Second PrizeThe authors of these recipes will receive a monogrammed Real Simple apron, a year's subscription to Real Simple magazine, an Instructables T-shirt, and Instructables stickers. HOLIDAY BISCOTTIS by Patricia Stiehr Mint Oreo Chocolate Pudding Pie by aliciak Creme de la Tea by Brennn10 Warm Coffee Cake by beldeen Quik 'n Easy Peach Cobbler by surfergirl French Silk Pie by stef42678 Holiday Fake It: LHS Cornbread Stuffing by debontherocks Savory Biscuits! by mje Pumpkin Pie Dessert Squares by GregDDC Easy Perfect Pancakes by LasVegasJudging was done by Real Simple magazine staff.
Posted by fungus amungus 10 years ago
Is it just me, or has their been a spike in the number of spam BS about "age defying creme" and "unique way to get muscles", etc etc, etc. on the question page? At times I would see like 3-7 random posts like that, and have gone through and flagged them all as spam. Sure enough they have disappeared later that day. Currently, there are 5 SPAM POSTS I have found in nearly consecutive order! (I did not link these to avoid getting flaged as spam myself, and I flagged all of them already so they may have rotted already. Who knows.) https://www.instructables.com/answers/httptestoxlreviewnetalpha-limit-/ https://www.instructables.com/answers/Unique-Way-to-Get-Muscles/ https://www.instructables.com/answers/weightloss-pills-only-likely-to-your-physician/ https://www.instructables.com/answers/concentrating-on-treating-them-within-your-skin/ https://www.instructables.com/answers/Important-Skin-Advantages-Of-Aloe-Vera-Gel/ That's just ridiculous! Also, recently, instructables decided to stop sending me email updates on comments on my instructables, and I have checked my settings for emails from instructables, as well as spam. I am not sure if the problem still persists, but I have had to actually load up my previos question on my DSL not working properly to see answers. (I suspected something was up because after a day, no email was received that I got answers. I knew that was not likely. Sure enough when I went to some of my published 'ables, I saw comments that I did not receive as email updates! Wats up with dat?) If anyone else is having similar issues, I will probably find way to file bug report with this info. My guess is that the security for making new accounts is compromised (like captchas not working properly) and that the 'ables robot server is not working properly. No clue. What I do know is that I will be refreshing this page periodically to see new replies to test if emails work or not. I will post in the comments if they do.
Asked by -max- 3 years ago