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How to make a chocolate fudge cake

Ingredients: 4 eggs, 1 tablespoon sugar, 125g unsalted butter, 1 tablespoon plain flour (I used gluten free), 1 tablespoon golden syrup, 400g dark chocolate.Preheat your oven to 220 degrees Celsius.Melt butter and chocolate together (I used my microwave) and stir until smooth and shiny. Add the golden syrup and stir well to combine.
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The Engineering Behind the Russian KA-52 Attack Helicopter

June 17, 2016The Russian KA-52 & 34;Alligator& 34; helicopter was designed in the 1990s for the Russian army, and it is currently still in use. Designing an attack helicopter for some of the world& 39;s top militaries is a little different process than designing a commercial vehicle. The alligator is a 2 seat variant to the Kamov KA-50 & 34;Black Shark& 34; designed in the 1980s.
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How to can pear jam in an oven

Choose ripe fruitSterilize your jars and lids in steam mode at 250F (121C) for 10 minutes.Squeeze lemon juice into a bowl with water. The pealed pears will go into this so they don& 39;t oxidizePeal the pearsCoreMeasure according to amounts included with your pectinVanilla and sugarPlace cut fruit into a large heavy pot.
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How to make rock buns

Preheat the oven to 200c and grease a baking tray.Sift flour and baking powder into a large bowl.Cut the margarine into small pieces and add to flour. Rub in the margarine using the fingertips.Add sugar, raisins or mixed dried fruits, vanilla essence and egg.Stir evenly to get a stiff dough.Form the dough into small ball and place on the baking tray.
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Exoskin: The Pneumatically Powered Changing Skin

June 24, 2016Exoskin is one of the world& 39;s leading programmable material that gives life to inert materials in everyday objects. Exoskin is a cutting edge technology set to bring human and environmental interaction to new heights by providing a movable and intractable composite device to sense, react, and bring in a whole new level of customizability to concurrent technology.
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How to create vintage rose nails

Paint your nail with a clear base coatPaint your nail with 2 coats of mint green polish (or any other desired base colour)Use a nail art brush to draw a white line down the nail and fill the section in with white polishUse a dotting tool or small brush to create three rough circles using the darkest pink polishUse a fine nail art brush or toothpick and use a lighter pink polish to add small strokes randomly around the dark red circles to make petalsAdd small shadows to the rose to make them look more 3D with a thin nail art brush and white polish (or toothpick)add mint green polkadots onto the clear white area with a medium dotting tool or toothpickUse a brush and dark green polish to create small petals around the roses and add shadow with a small amount of white polishFinish with a clear topcoat and your done!
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