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Try turning it off before e-mailing us. I'm Having Trouble With Flash, RealPlayer, or Windows Media Player. Flash, RealPlayer and Windows Media Player are called plug-ins. Plug-ins are software programs that expand your Web browser's functions. ... See Details

Created: 4 days ago

Check That the Power Is Off | Better Homes & Gardens

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You absolutely must shut off the power properly before getting to work. Doing this and testing to be sure the power is off is the only way to prevent being dangerously shocked. Besides, it doesn't take a lot of time or effort to avoid a shock—just a little care and a few simple steps. ... See Details

Created: 1 days ago

How to Boil Potatoes Perfectly Every Time | Better Homes

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Add a cup of cooking liquid like water or broth. Most of the liquid will cook off or be absorbed by the potatoes during the cooking process, making draining unnecessary. Cover and cook on low for 6 to 8 hours or until tender. ... See Details

Created: 2 days ago

How to Roast Beef in Just 4 Steps | Better Homes & Gardens

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Roasting beef means to oven-cook it, uncovered, in a shallow pan until gloriously browned on the exterior but still juicy inside. Because larger, thicker cuts benefit most from this hands-off style of cooking, knowing how to cook roast beef properly is the perfect entrée option for dinners, holidays, and entertaining. Though we're sure any leftovers from smaller gatherings will quickly ... See Details

Created: 2 days ago

Guide to Light Switches and Dimmers | Better Homes & Gardens

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The most common household switch, a single-pole, has two terminals and simply turns power on or off. A three-way switch has three terminals; a four-way has four. These control a light from two or three switch locations, such as at the top and bottom of a stairwell , at either end of a hallway, or in a large room with multiple entrances. ... See Details

Created: 2 days ago

How to Cook Eggplant | Better Homes & Gardens

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Cut off the top and bottom ends. Peel eggplant, if desired, and cut into ½- to 1-inch slices. (You can halve small eggplants lengthwise instead of slicing.) Generously brush slices on all sides with olive oil, melted butter, or cooking oil (or use an oil-base marinade). This adds flavor and keeps the slices from sticking to the grill rack. ... See Details

Created: 2 days ago

How to Sauté Just About Anything | Better Homes & Gardens

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Need dinner on the double? Quick-cook vegetables, meat, or fish until golden by sautéing them in a small amount of fat. This cooking method is simple (and fast) enough for busy weeknights, with really tasty results. ... See Details

Created: 2 days ago

Simple Front Yard Landscaping Ideas | Better Homes & Gardens

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Fence or mark off an area for turf and use the rest for meadow, pasture, or woodland. Don't let your front yard make you a slave to more work than you enjoy. Plant Trees for Impact Trees (and larger shrubs) are the first components to consider in front-yard design. Because a framed view often is much more attractive than a completely revealed ... See Details

Created: 3 days ago

How to Cook Yams: Our Most Brilliant Tips | Better Homes

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To microwave sliced yams: Wash, peel, and cut off the woody portions and ends. Cut yams into quarters. Place yams and ½ cup water in a microwave-safe casserole dish. Microwave, covered, at 100% power (high) 10 minutes or until tender, stirring once. ... See Details

Created: 2 days ago

Harvesting Herbs from Your Garden | Better Homes & Gardens

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Snip off thicker leaves, such as those of parsley, bay, or tansy, which don't strip off readily. If you plan to remove the herbs before serving the food, skip stripping and use whole stems. Tie them together for easier removal from whatever you are cooking. Herb Bunches ... See Details

Created: 2 days ago

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