Get shaving cream, and liquid dish soap or hand soap mix thenadd glue and some water then add a little tide or any laundrydetergent .
+++ Sounds gorgeously messy fun... but I… can't think why you'd want it!:-) (MORE)
Hi. Creamy potato sald can be a deceptive name as there is no actual cream used, the binding agent used is Mayonaise. I would recomend making your own mayo rather than buying …it is easy and the taste and texture are far superior. Quick Mayo recipie: 1egg yolk, 25ml vinegar (white wine is optimal), 1 heaped tsp dijon mustard, salt, white pepper and vegatable oil. Put all ingredients into a bowl, excluding the vegatble oil and whisk them together. Put the veggie oil in a pouring jug and lowly add the vegatble oil, in a very thin stream, whilst whisking constantly. The key here is patience. If you try and add the oil too quickly without whisking it into the mixture properly you will split the mayonaise and produce an unuseable product. Slowly the mayonaise will take on a thick texture, YAY, at which point you should refrigerate it. Then cut your potato's into even bite size chunks. Place them in a pot of cold, salted water and bring to the boil. They are cooked when a knife will pass through them effortlessly. Strain the spuds of all water and chill. Then mix the spuds with the mayo, adding seasoning or lemon juice as needed for flavour. Some fresh herbs will also add some life to it say; parsley, chives for starters. you can add some spanish onion or other hard vegatables like fennel, capsicum etc to give the dish some different textures. Some seeded mustard may also be nice. (MORE)
ã¯ãªã¼ãã¼ (kuriimii), taken from English. When used in a sentence to describe something, Japanese grammar dictates that you add ãª (na) between 'cre…amy' and the object. For example, ã¯ãªã¼ãã¼ãªã±ã¼ã (kuriimii na keeki) is 'creamy cake'. (MORE)