Subscribe: http://bit.ly/H2CThat Ipad Recipe: http://goo.gl/4LcCG1 How To Cook That Channel: http://youtube.com/howtocookthat Hi I am Ann, How to Cook Join me for crazy sweet creations. New video every Friday. SUBSCRIBE ( http://bit.ly/H2CThat ) for step by step tutorials for yummy desserts, sweet macarons, cupcakes, chocolate and cake decorating. All the apps on this iPad cake were chosen based on the most requested apps from subscribers who watched the loom band cake video. Thanks for all of your comments and requests. As the world goes crazy for the new iPhone 6 and Apple watch, let's take a delicious step back & enjoy this iPad cake! Ipad Cake App Recipe details: http://www.howtocookthat.net ❤️ Merch: https://goo.gl/koiejk Subscribe : http://bit.ly/H2CThat Youtube Channel: http://youtube.com/howtocookthat Google Plus: http://google.com/+Howtocookthat Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/howtocookthat Twitter: https://twitter.com/howtocookthat Instagram: http://instagram.com/howtocookthat Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/howtocookthat/ More videos by Ann: CHOCOLATE TUTORIALS: http://goo.gl/xFznw DESSERT RECIPES: http://goo.gl/fSr1u CAKE DECORATING LESSONS: http://goo.gl/1RyOh MACARONS & CAKE POPS: http://goo.gl/GzdXl Business enquiries only: howtocookthat [at] iinet.net.au MUSIC BY: SET SAIL used with permission, check out their other songs on iTunes... https://itunes.apple.com/au/artist/set-sail/id388088498?uo=4&at=11lsF8 SEND MAIL TO: Ann Reardon PO Box 202 Chirnside Park LPO Australia 3116
http://www.50Campfires.com http://www.facebook.com/50Campfires This recipe is directed toward those of legal drinking age. *Note: We partnered directly with Ballast Point Brewing to produce this recipe video, however all opinions are our own. There's nothing quite like the combo of chocolate cake and a cold IPA beer. In this quick campfire pairing, we combine chocolate orange campfire cakes with the Fathom IPA from Ballast Point Brewing. Delicious!
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We heard good things about the STONE Brewing company. So we wanted to try some of their IPA and share our thoughts with you guys! We tried; STONE VENGEFUL SPIRIT IPA (I was drinking) http://www.stonebrewing.com/beer/stone-seasonals/stone-vengeful-spirit-ipa STONE TANGERINE EXPRESS IPA (Cakes was drinking) http://www.stonebrewing.com/beer/year-round-releases/stone-tangerine-express-ipa Music: Funny Song by BENSOUND http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-... Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/9mHpr8lhjZE FOLLOW ME and Cakes: Twitter: THATJAPANESEGIRL https://twitter.com/THATJAPANESEGIRL ThisisCakes https://twitter.com/ThisisCakes Instagram: THATJAPANESEGIRL https://www.instagram.com/THATJAPANESEGIRL/ ThisisCakes https://www.instagram.com/ThisisCakes/ Snapchat: HealthyTJG
Episode 58: We’re back at Bad Weather Brewing Company to taste Solar Wave Golden IPA, the pro-am style collaboration beer we brewed there a month ago. The discussion includes some thoughts on the new Idaho 7 hop, filtering hoppy beers, and some advice for homebrewers making Solar Wave at home. [Original postdate: March 1, 2017] See Chop & Brew episode page for homebrew recipe and other related links: http://chopandbrew.com/episodes/chop-brew-solar-wave-ipa-idaho-7-hops Support the show by purchasing merchandise at Chop & Brew Online Superstore or making a donation to the cause: http://chopandbrew.bigcartel.com/ http://chopandbrew.com/contribute-to-cb/ Subscribe/renew Brew Your Own magazine with special Chop & Brew link and half of the subscription costs goes to support the webcast: http://chopandbrew.com/sponsors/
Do you want to improve your pronunciation? Do you want to sound more like a native speaker? You need to work on your vowels! In this video, I will teach you how to pronounce five vowels that are common in both British English and American English. These vowels are known as front vowels. I'll help you pronounce these vowels correctly by showing you what your mouth and lips should look like during pronunciation. We will practice the vowels together and compare them to each other. Watch my mouth as I pronounce different vowel sounds and make sure you're doing the same with yours. Many English learners have a hard time with pronunciation because English is not a phonetic language. So I will show you the different spellings of these sounds in English. You will also learn the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) symbols for these vowels. QUIZ: http://www.engvid.com/english-pronunciation-5-front-vowels/ TRANSCRIPT Hi there. My name is Emma, and in today's video I am going to teach you about pronunciation, specifically how to pronounce front vowels. Okay? So, you might be wondering: "What is a vowel?" first question, and: "What is a front vowel?" So these are very good questions. So let me show you first what a vowel is. So we have here: "a", "e", "i", "o", "u", and "y". In English, these are our vowels. Okay? So, they're different from consonants. What a consonant is is a consonant is a sound such as: "t", "d", "r", "s". So, these are vowels in green, and what you see in purple, there's a lot more of them, they're consonants. So anything that is not one of these is called a consonant. Okay, so first thing I want to look at is: Where are the vowels in these words, and which are the consonants? We have the word: "king", so where is the vowel here? If we look up here at our list, we have "i" here, "i" here. So this is the vowel, whereas "k", "n", and "g" are consonants. If we look at our next word: "cake", what is the vowel in this word? If you said the "a", you're correct. "Cake". Now, the "e" in "cake" we don't pronounce, so it's not a vowel because we don't actually pronounce the sound. We have here the word: "sheet". What's the vowel in "sheet"? You said an "e", you're correct. Okay? Whereas "s", "h", and "t" are all consonant sounds. Okay, we also have the word here: "ship". Here is the vowel, the "i". And again, "s", "h", and "p" are consonants. What about "happy"? What's the vowel in "happy"? If you said the "a" and the "y", you're correct. These are the vowels. Okay? Whereas "h", "p", and "p" are consonants. So in English, we have: "a", "e", "i", "o", "u", and "y" are the way we spell vowels. But here's the problem or here's the thing that's really difficult for a lot of people: If you look at these two words, we have "a" here and "a" here, both vowels. These a's, even though they're spelt the same way, they have the same spelling, we pronounce them differently. Okay? So for example, this, I would say: "Mat", "mat", just like the word "at", "mat". Whereas this word is actually: "Mate", "mate". So, "mat" and "mate". So they have different sounds even though they have the same "a" in the spelling. So what does this mean? This means that for each of these symbols they have multiple sounds. There are different vowel sounds for each of these. Okay? So, this, for example, is an "a", it can be pronounced: "awh", it can be pronounced: "ah". There's different pronunciations for it. So, in today's lesson I'm going to explain some of these different pronunciations. Okay? So before we begin, I want to talk about how to pronounce vowels. Okay? What you should be really thinking about when you're pronouncing these sounds. The first thing you really should be thinking about is what your lips are doing. Okay? So these are your lips. So when you make a sound, you need to think: Are your lips spread like this, are they very...? Like, for example: "e", you see it's very big and spread, or is it like this, round, like a circle? "O". Okay? "E", "o". Do you see the difference in what my lips are doing? So that's one thing to really think about when you're pronouncing vowels. You also need to think about how big your mouth is. Is it very small, the hole in your mouth? For example: "Oo", there's not a big hole, there's a small hole. Or is it really big, like: "Ah"? Okay? So think about: How big is the opening of your mouth? Is it big or small? Okay, this... I don't know if you can tell what this is... These are your lips, your teeth, and your tongue. You need to know what your tongue is doing in order to pronounce vowels correctly. So is your tongue at the very front of your mouth, close to your teeth? Like, for example, in an "e" sound? Or is your tongue far away from your teeth, is it more towards the back of your mouth? In today's lesson we are only going to be looking at front vowels, vowels which are close to the front... Where your tongue is close to the front of your mouth.
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Just dropping by to show what happened when I pitched a rye IPA on top of yeast cake of US05 that I had left over from a cream ale. I pitched this 7 hours ago. I'm just glad I have a blow off tube on this.
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