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ASIAGO CHEESE Chicken Pasta with SPINACH - creamy goodness!

Asiago Chicken Pasta with Sun-Dried Tomatoes and Spinach - Julia's Album

Asiago Chicken Pasta with Sun-Dried Tomatoes and Spinach – with everything smothered in a delicious Asiago cheese sauce. Easy recipe that tastes great and looks great. If you love Asiago cheese, this is a great recipe to try! Asiago definitely has a very strong and distinctive flavor, and when melted into a creamy sauce for...Read More

<span class="readhead">Butterfly Coil</span>  <hr>  The butterfly coil is the simplest and quickest way to coil and securely store a length of rope longer than 20 feet. It uncoils easily without forming kinks.	-"Keith McCafferty    <p><b>1.</b> Double you

Field & Stream's Guide to Basic Camping and Fishing Knots

Fishing Knots The Triple Surgeon's Knot The Trilene Knot The Albright Knot The Blood-Knot Dropper The Improved Turle Knot Davy's Knot The Uni-knot Splice The Seagaur Knot Hunting, Camping, and Boating Knots The Getaway Knot The Butterfly Coil The Figure 8 Bend The Transport Knot The Running Bowline

Transom Knot - Lashing knot to attach two poles together

Transom Knot | Animated, Illustrated and Explained

How to tie a Transom Knot - animated, illustrated and explained.

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Mandala Knot...

A knot tying friend, Robert, had recently shared a link on Google+ for a Chinese website knot tutorial, for which the name translated to 'Mandala Knot', showing a couple of variations, with the simpler one used here. I tied an example with a length of black paracord for a Kershaw Emerson CQC-4K pocket knife edc lanyard/fob, with a loop section just large enough for my little finger to fit through for retention, so as to not drop the knife when using it. The knot has a pleasing pattern of…

Túrórobbanás! Megsütöttem, nagyon finom.A kommenteket elolvasva raktam bele 1 csomag vaniliás cukrot, egy kiskanálnyi citromlevet, citrom lereszelt héjját, 1 bögre és 1 kanálnyi lisztet. Tepsi 38×25, sütési idő 180 fokon 50 perc. Nagyon fini.

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Túrórobbanás!

Túrórobbanás! Megsütöttem, nagyon finom.A kommenteket elolvasva raktam bele 1 csomag vaniliás cukrot, egy kiskanálnyi citromlevet, citrom lereszelt héjját, 1 bögre és 1 kanálnyi lisztet. Tepsi 38×25, sütési idő 180 fokon 50 perc. Nagyon fini.

Ötperces túrós – blog TOP 20 | Rupáner-konyha

Túrórobbanás!

The FiddleStick - An Advanced Anchor Tool for Canyoneering - Tech Tips

The FiddleStick: An Advanced Anchor Tool for Canyoneering

It is a new approach to retrievable anchoring, opening up a wider range of possible anchors, and making it possible to descend more canyons while leaving nothing behind (aka “ghosting”).

The Autoblock Knot

Klemheist Knot

Klemheist Knot. Slide and grip knot intended for a load in one direction only. The Klemheist, or Machard Knot, is a derivative of the original Prusik knot. It also appears to be identical to the knot described by Ashley for securing a loop to a vertical pole.

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46 Ideas para joyería hazlo tú mismo que realmente quieres usar

El mundo de la joyería hazlo tú mismo realmente ha dado un paso al frente. Gracias a todos los creativos blogueros de manualidades por ahí, puedes aprender cómo hacer el tipo de joyería que se ve en las tiendas - y empezar a lucir juegos de pulseras enseguida.

Tying a rope is one of the most practical skills to have in your arsenal, and 99 percent of the time, a bowline is the best knot for the job. Not only does it offer a rock solid hold, it can be tied and untied in seconds, even after bearing tension. 1. Create a loop. 2. Create a second loop behind the first and partially feed it through that first loop. 3. Pass the end of the line (fed through whatever you're hitching) through the tip of the second loop. 4. Tighten. - Esquire.com

8 Skills You Can Learn in 60 Seconds

You can spend the next minute scrolling through Instagram if you want—or you can pick up a potentially handy skill.

By far, the absolute best knot tying instructions. Boating Knots | How to Tie Boating Knots | Animated Boating Knots

Boating Knots

Boating Knots. The selection of Boating Knots is based on many years of sailing combined with feedback and advice from several helpful captains around the world.

Knot Loops | Tie Loop in Rope's End | Animated End Loop Knots

End Loop Knots

End Loop Knots. End Loops is a selection of the knots & splices commonly used to make loops at the end of a fishing line, rope or hollow braid rope.

We love this knot because it is great for those times when you need to make a structure for a tarp to lie on top of or you need to tie multiple items to a line and be assured they will not slip back and forth... plus... it's not too bad to look at either!

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Rope... it comes in handy for so many things. Tying boats to a dock. Lashing lumber to the top of a car. Climbing up a rock face hundreds of feet from the ground. Tying a tarp over a picnic bench so you can eat comfortably when it rains during a camping trip... and so much more. Rope can't do this all on its own though, you need to know how to use it. That's when knowing a few useful knots really comes in handy. Here are a few of our favorites. The Sheet Bend Knot is one of those ones...