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Here are the ingredients you will need:

1 kg pork (cut into cubes) 1/2 kg chicken (cut into cubes) 1/2 cup Soy sauce 1 clove garlic (chopped) onions (chopped) 1 pc ginger (crushed) 1 pack laurel leaves with seeds 1/4 cup vinegar 1 cup water 1 tbsp salt 1 tbsp sugar 1 tsp black pepper 1 tbsp olive oil 2 cups lemon juice 1 small can pineapple tidbits

juice only improves the taste, in my opinion. 6. Pour water, vinegar, pineapple tidbits, whole laurel leaves with seeds and soy sauce, and then simmer it for 15-20 minutes on medium heat with constant stirring. 7. After 15-20 minutes, add black pepper, salt and sugar to taste. 8. Serve your Filipino adobo in a bowl. Servings are good for 3-5 persons. Adobo in the Philippines is usually served with rice. It was often prepared and served for guests, especially for foreign visitors, as the main dish. For its exquisite taste and as a good source of protein, Filipino adobo is a dish that everybody should try. Happy Eating!!
An instructional essay explains how something works or how the reader can accomplish or understand something. The writing in an instructional essay is meant to convey information. In other words, it is a form of instruction. Because an instructional essay is meant to convey knowledge, it is important that the reader be able to understand and digest the information. Use language that is not overly dense and words that are used in everyday conversation. Read more: How to Write an Instructional Essay | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_6196300_wri te-instructional-essay.html#ixzz1oFINjZt3

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1. Pre-heat the frying pan on high heat. 2. Put the oil on the very hot pan. 3. Put garlic, onions and ginger to the hot frying pan. 4. Saute pork and chicken until it turns light brown on medium heat. Mix the pork and chicken well for evenly cook. To reduce fat, you can saute the pork first and let the fats dissolve. Remove excessive oil from the frying pan (saturated fats are not good for our cardiovascular health). 5. Pour lemon juice and pineapple juice from the can and let it boil for 510 minutes, but don't let it dry out. The pork and chicken will absorb the taste of the lemon and pineapple, and will make the meat tender. Adding more lemon

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Begin your instructional essay with a thesis statement. A thesis statement for an instructional essay is simply a statement that tells what kind of instruction or information is going to be presented. You can take a notebook and pen and practice writing your

thesis statement until you find one that matches your essay topic perfectly.
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Decide how you're going to present your instruction. You could decide on a step-bystep approach, a narrative, comparing and contrasting subjects to highlight your topic, a cause-and-effect approach or a process description. You also could use a combination of these approaches.

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Start with the side-to-side move. Sway to one side, and pause for a beat while putting your weight on the foot on the side you're leaning (don't do anything with your arms yet, just to keep the step simpler). You can do it to the beat, or double-time every third beat... put your own rhythm into it so it feels comfortable.

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Write the main body of your essay, using your chosen approach. If it's a process, start at the beginning and explain each step, including explanations for why the process occurs in a particular way and not in a different way. You also can start with the simplest elements of your explanation and then move on to the more complex elements, building on the instruction as you write.

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Add some arms once you feel you have style down. Your arm should be by your side (continue doing the side-to-side movement). Bring it up towards you in a fist, in a counterclockwise circle motion, until your arm is bent with your elbow facing down and your first up by your head. Do this move with the sway of the same side, and then again with the opposite arm. It may sound complicated, but it's not. This arm-movement is the most popular Dougie arm move, but some other versions include arm-pops, rolls, etc. Whatever works for you, include in your Dougie.

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Wrap up your essay by restating your thesis. Include a summary of the information provided and note that the information fulfills your thesis.

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Go over your essay to check for grammar errors and misspelled words. You may have an excellent instructional essay, but grammar errors and misspelled words will detract from its effectiveness.

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Try the 'Cat-Daddy', another popular Dougie move. Punch down by your hip with the arm of the opposite side (e.g. right hip, left arm).

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Start by putting on a song with a good beat - ideally "Teach me how to Dougie"

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Try the 'Wheelchair' move. With both your arms, make forward circles to your sides (like you're pushing yourself in a wheelchair). At the same time, start crouching lower with each rotation, either with your knees going forward or to the sides (like the chicken-wing move with your legs!)

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Cut two lengths of doweling rod, one 16 inches long and another 24 inches long.

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Measure each cut piece with a ruler. Mark the shorter, 16-inch piece at half its length and mark the longer, 24-inch piece at a third of its length.

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Now do the Dougie 'Fresh'! This move is signature for all styles of Dougie. Bring your hand over the top of your head and slide it off the back, like you're slicking your hair down. Do this with the side-to-side move. Shift your shoulders side to side, and do it with the other hand.

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Position the two rods at right angles, one on top of the other so that the marks touch. The two rods should form a cross shape.

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With strong, thin string, bind the two rods together where they meet. Tie a secure knot and cut off excess string.

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Use a utility knife to cut a small notch into the ends of both rods. These notches will hold the string that gives the kite its shape.

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Don't forget to be loose with your knees, otherwise your going to look very stiff! That is NOT how you want the dance to look. It helps to shake around and let your arms and legs feel free before dancing, just to get in the groove. Add your own personal flair to the dance, as well. Have fun!
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Place some string in the notch at the top of the kite frame and wind it around the top of the rod.

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When the string is well-secured at the top of the rod, draw it tightly around the edge of the frame. Make sure it fits securely into each notch in the rods.

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1. 2 Dowel Rods Rulers Or Yardstick Utility Knives Strong String Stiff Construction Paper X-Acto Knives Glues Scissors Kites Ribbons Or Strips Of Cloth o

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When you return to the top of the frame, secure the string by tying its ends together in a tight knot.

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Place the finished frame on top of a large piece of paper.

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Using the kite frame as a template, cut the paper with scissors or a utility knife. Leave an excess of about 1/2 inch when cutting around the sections of string.

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Food Coloring Cold Cream Small Airtight Containers Stirrers

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Blend together 1 tsp. cornstarch and 1/2 tsp. cold cream.

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Smear glue along the outside edges of the paper and fold it over so that it encloses the string and secures itself to the paper inside the frame as well. Make sure you use enough glue and spread it evenly enough to attach the paper both to the string and itself.
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Add 1/2 tsp. water and stir.

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Tie a length of string to each end of the shorter rod. The string should be a bit longer than the rod.
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Mix until well-blended.

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Tie another length of string to each end of the longer rod. Again, the string should be a bit longer than the rod.

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Store in an airtight container until ready to use.

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Pick up the two strings with one hand, finding the point at the front of the kite where they overlap. Using a bit of extra string, tie them together. This is the point at which you will attach the kite string when it comes time to fly.
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To make a tail for your kite, secure several ribbons to the bottom of the kite using strong glue.
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How to Draw a Panda Bear


By Catherine Grainger, eHow Contributor

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Drawing is a way to release pent up emotions and calm the minds of many. Art has been around for millennia, starting with cave

drawings. However, not all of us can be a modern day Michelangelo. We may not be able to make masterpieces, but can content ourselves doodling cartoons of people, plants and animals--including this panda bear. Related Searches:
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Add two little circles on the sides of the original circle. These are ears, so don't make them at the very top or the very sides, try to keep them somewhere between the two extremes.

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Draw two medium elongated ovals at the top of the large oval, and the bottom of the large oval. These are the arms and legs. Add claws if you like.

Sketch a medium circle, like the one pictured, somewhere near the upper middle or top of your page, depending on how big you want your panda to be. This will be the head.
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Smooth out the limbs by making a smooth line from the arm or leg to the main body, so that they look less like bubbles and more like limbs, as in the picture.

Outline a large oval underneath the circle. This will be the body, so make sure the top of the oval touches the bottom of the circle.

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Insert a small circle in the original circle.


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Draw two loops off the small circle and put two dots inside of them, for the eyes, and a small triangle with two hooks coming out of it inside of the smaller circle, as pictured, for the nose and mouth.
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Here is my panda

Do the shading. The ears, circles around the eyes, upper body, and legs of the panda are usually black, the unmentioned parts remaining white, but you can do whatever you want, as it's your drawing. Go crazy, make a purple spotted panda. The choice is yours.

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