What You Wish You Knew: Job Interviews [Infographic] How many of you have come out of an interview thinking you wish you’d done something differently? Maybe something you said came out wrong, you forgot to say something you meant to say, or you saw the “weird” look your shoes got. AOL Jobs writer David Schepp shared an infographic about what job seekers wished they had known before their job interview, based on a survey of 2,000 bosses (see here for his full analysis of the infographic).
Joy of Jello » Blog Archive » Gelatin Pinwheels or Fruity Roll-Ups Celebrate Jello Week with these yummy treats! What kid could resist them? So cute! How fun would they be in a lunch box or for a holiday or party treat! You can do them in any color for any theme: red for Valentines, red and green for Christmas, orange for Halloween, green for St.
Cilantro and Coriander Seed Naan So, you tell me you love Naan. I ask you why? - You say you love the way its bready and airy texture blows your mind away. I ask you how often you eat it then? You say as often as you make that weekly trip to Indian/Pakistani restaurant. Heavenly Mashed Potatoes This amazing potato recipe is inspired by something we always had at my house growing up. We could call them heavenly potatoes because they were just that good. My favorite meal were these Heavenly Mashed Potatoes and honey ham. I would know, being from Idaho and all. Here is a weird side note. Did you know that Idaho is the Gem State, and there we call tater tots “tater gems?”
The Best Chocolate Mousse December 22nd, 2010 | Category: Chocolate Two ingredients (seriously, only chocolate and water) and five minutes later, you will be eating The Best Chocolate Mousse of Your Life. I promise. And you don’t even need any fancy kitchen gadgets. How To Make Resin Jewelry - Supplies Part One – Getting Started with Supplies Resin is an amazing medium, affording near endless possibilities for created new designs. There does, however, seem to be a blatantly large void in the realms of Internet information on the subject. So I wanted to share some of what I have learned in a series of tutorials on the materials and techniques used in resin casting. I’ll start with the absolute basics…
How to Make Italian Meringue Buttercream When choosing between Swiss and Italian Meringue Buttercreams, the latter is definitely the one I prefer. Although it contains the same ingredients, Italian Meringue Buttercream is more airy and light than Swiss, which is the way I like a frosting to be. Unfortunately, I think a lot of people are afraid of this recipe because it involves cooking sugar syrup. But you shouldn't be! It's not that hard, and as long as you have a candy thermometer and keep an eye on things, you shouldn't have any trouble! So, on with the buttercream!
Garlic Noodles (updated 7-28-15) Today I made my first visit to our local Vietnamese grocery store where I picked up a couple basic sauces to add to my well stocked kitchen. One of the sauces I bought was an oyster sauce ($1.99 for 18 oz.) which is an excellent condiment for anything from noodles or rice to fish and meat. Oyster sauce gives these garlic noodles a little Asian flair and a lot of depth of flavor. The noodles also have a great balance of salty (from soy sauce) and sweet (from brown sugar) making them a great compliment to any main dish. If you don’t have an Asian grocery store in your town, check your local grocers as well.
Korean Style Tacos with Kogi BBQ Sauce Sunday, July 12, 2009 Korean Style Tacos with Kogi BBQ Sauce My parents live in Los Angeles and until just recently, so did my brother.