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How to Set Up an RSS Feed | eHow
Go to FeedBurner.com and sign in with your Google account. If you do not have a Google account, create one for free by clicking the "Create an Account" button on FeedBurner's front page.
Type your website address into the box below the words "Burn a feed right this instant." Click the "Next" button.
Give your RSS feed a title and customize the feed address. When...
How to Use RSS Feeds on Mac OS X | eHow
How to Use RSS Feeds on Mac OS X
By eHow Computers Editor
Users of Apple's OSX can easily add RSS feeds without the use of separate aggregator (or feed reader) software. RSS feed reading capability is conveniently included in the Safari browser, and RSS feeds can easily be displayed as a screensaver.
Navigate to a web page that offering RSS feeds and a blue RSS button will appear in the Safari URL window. Clicking that button lists all RSS feeds the site offers.
How to Steam Lobster Tails | eHow
Steaming is one of the healthiest and quickest ways to prepare lobster tails -- and it also makes the meat melt-in-your-mouth tender. My favorite way to steam lobster tails is in a little salt water. Then I serve them with melted butter and fresh lemon wedges. If you'd like to dress up your lobster tails a little, try steaming them in seafood stock, white wine, or even champagne....
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How to Cook Frozen Lobster Tail (with Pictures) | eHow
How to Cook Frozen Lobster Tail
By eHow Contributor
According to the website lobsterhelp.com, a frozen lobster tail is tougher than the tail of a live lobster. However, you get more meat since you're not paying for the whole lobster and you have the convenience of having the lobster in the freezer. The frozen tail can be prepared like a fresh tail, but it must be completely thawed before it can be cooked.
Remove any packaging around the tail and place it in a tightly covered bowl. Leave the bowl in the refrigerator overnight or at least 10 hours. For...
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How to Cook Petite Lobster Tails | eHow
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Lobster tails come in a range of sizes, from upwards of a pound or more to merely a few ounces. While smaller tails are prized by some as being sweeter, they are easier to overcook. However, their small size makes them well suited to quick cooking techniques, as there is less risk of the outer flesh burning. Small lobster tails can be served as meat only or in the...
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How to Do Fishtail or Herringbone Braids Step by Step | eHow
Fishtail braids, also known as herringbone braids, can look intimidating, but this step-by-step guide breaks down the process. A great option for medium to long hair, this style works in many ways, whether you braid from the top of your head to just the nape of your neck, the nape of your neck down to the ends of your hair (as pictured), around the crown of your hair, or even just half...