If you've got a bunch of eye screws to install, you could do it the old-fashioned way using a screwdriver as a lever, but there's a better way! Fine Homebuilding's Chuck Miller shows you how to perform a technique that will make the job much faster.
If you've got a lot to paint and you're using a paint brush, you could hold onto the can the way the pros do and wait for cramps to set in, but there's a better way! Fine Homebuilding expert Chuck Miller shows you how to make an easy-to-carry paint pail.
If you've got a router job coming up, you could just let the chips fly and vacuum them up later, or you could do it the cleaner, better way! Fine Homebuilding's Chuck Miller shows you how to make a custom dust collector for your router.
Tired of the same old chicken recipe? Treat yourself with a wine & chicken pairing like no other. Learn how to pair a great Sauvignon Blanc with the perfect chicken recipe in this video by Nobilo and Howdini.
With a sweet and salty balance and a kick of cayenne, it’s everything you crave in a snack wrapped up in a handful of pecans! Food Channel expert Cari Martens shows you how to make cayenne pepper pecans.
Life is too short for bottled Caesar dressing! Using a few ingredients that you already have at home, make your own dressing that turns an everyday salad into a special occasion. Food Channel's Cari Martens shares her recipe for a delicious Caesar salad.
If you're hosting a Super Bowl party, you want to enjoy the game as much as your guests. Here are five Howdini how-tos that will take the stress out of feeding your team while they work up an appetite watching the game.
Perhaps you’ve had a Caprese salad, but have you ever enjoyed it as a finger food? This little appetizer is perfect for get-togethers—elegant yet casual, and remarkably easy. Food Channel expert Cari Martens shows you how to make this delicious dish.
This crave-able, hot and hearty recipe takes "chips & dip" to the goal line with the ultimate combination of crumbly bleu cheese and smoky-sweet bacon. Food Channel's Cari Martens shares her recipe for "First-down" dip.
Café de olla is a traditional way to prepare coffee. It was originally made using a clay pot, giving it a unique flavor, but you can still make it at home! Muy Bueno's Yvette Marquez-Sharpnack shows how to make this authentic coffee with today’s cookware.