July 27, 2006

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Different CupcakesDifferent Cupcakes Recipe. Melt the chocolate and margarine and add 1/2 cup chopped pecans. Set aside. . .

 

Holiday French Toast (Freezer Meal)Do you love French Toast? You only think you do! Just wait until you this version with delicious cream cheese filling!

 

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Iced Raisin Spice BarsRecipes for Iced Raisin Spice Bars. Cook raisins in water. To hot raisins and 1 cup raisin juice add shortening and soda. Sift together flour, sugar, cinnamon, cloves and salt. Add raisin mixture. . .

 

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Easy Cream Cheese CloudsEasy Cream Cheese Clouds Recipe. Mix cream cheese, sugar and vanilla at medium speed on electric mixer. Gradually add heavy cream; mix well. Whip until thickened. Using the back of a spoon, shape into ten shells. . .

 

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Strawberry Ice MilkStrawberry Ice Milk Recipe. Make ice milk: In food processor, puree ingredients. Freeze as for Orange Ice Milk.

 

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Chocolate Whipped Cream TortePreheat oven to 325 degrees F. Butter a jellyroll pan. Line bottom with wax paper; butter wax paper; set aside. In the large bowl of an electric mixer beat egg whites until soft peaks form. . .

 

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Pineapple Bran MuffinsPineapple Bran Muffins Recipe. Combine first 3 ingredients in a large bowl; beat at medium speed with an electric mixer until blended. Add eggs, one at a time, beating just until yellow disappears. . .

 

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Boston Baked Bean 'N' Bacon SpreadHeat oven to 375 degrees F. In 10 inch skillet over medium heat, cook bacon until crisp. Using a slotted spoon, remove to paper towels to drain.

 

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Sensational Double Layer Pumpkin PieSensational Double Layer Pumpkin Pie Recipe. Mix cream cheese, 1 Tbsp. half and half and sugar with wire whisk until smooth. Gently stir in whipped topping. Spread on bottom of crust. . .

 

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Orange Breakfast GranolaEnjoy a warm breakfast by yourself, with your family or even with guests when you keep this deliciously filling granola on hand in the freezer! It's also a great way to get your grains for the day.

 

Articles

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Massaging CelluliteMassaging Cellulite. Cellulite? Summer? Time for therapy as well as worry. You can give yourself a nice massage to your lower problem areas standing in the surf and letting the water beat against your thighs/stomach, etc. . .

 

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Preventing Tomato Stains in Plastic ContainersSpray plastic container with am or any non stick spray before pouring in any tomato based sauce, this will prevent staining of the container.

 

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Removing Price StickersWhen using a craft product (such as a cigar box) and there is a price sticker on it, use a hair dryer to help remove it. It comes off easier and leaves no sticky residue.

 

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Uses for HampersPop open hampers are great for other things besides clothes. I love those new pop-open hampers that have a spring metal frame and nylon mesh construction.

 

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Cream of Wheat for AntsCream of Wheat for Ants. Instead of buying chemicals to get rid of ants in mounds, sprinkle cream of wheat or malto meal on the mound.

 

Courage the CatCourage the Cat Photo. Courage is our 2 year old cat. The children were taking orders for cookie dough for a fundraiser and a lady had a yard full of cats. My girls immediately spotted 2 orange and white kittens and packed them around for the whole duration of the visit. . .

 

King (American Pit Bull Terrier)King (American Pit Bull Terrier) Photo. King is a 4 Month old American Pit Bull Terrier. We rescued King at the age of 3 months. . .

 

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Hanging Framed Art and PhotosAccurate Hanging of Framed Art and Photos. I have used this tip many times to organize framed art before putting nail holes in your wall. First, trace around you frames on kraft paper to make a template for each picture or other piece you want to hang, then cut it out. . .

 

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Easy Inexpensive Solar OvenEasy Inexpensive Solar Oven. Take a car tire or black inner tube, place it on a piece of plywood. Line the hole with aluminum foil. Place a cooking (ovenproof) dish, black enamel pot, roaster, etc. . .

 

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Saving Money on WorksheetsA great way to get more life out of worksheets is to use the clear plastic sheets made for overhead projectors on top of the worksheet

 

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For Juicy Sauted OnionsFor Juicy Sauted Onions. When the onions have reached the state of doneness you want, add some water to the pan, then cook til the water is almost, but not entirely, absorbed. . .

 

Questions

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Growing Roses in Hot Weather?I live in the southwest and I have roses in my yard. They were doing good for a while then when the summer heat hits they really go numb. I was told to put coffee grounds and epsom salt on them, well I did this and now they are turning brown, the leaves are brown and yellow.

 

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Recipes Using Peaches?We have tons of peaches this year. I have frozen, canned, made cobblers, served fresh, any other ideas? I hate to see all of them go to waste. I have had a couple of people take me up on picking some, but isn't it ironic you can't hardly even give them away!

 

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Chlorine Stain on Microfiber?I have a micorfiber couch and my son's friend sat on it with a wet bathing suit. It is soaked and smells like chlorine. How do I get the smell out and will it stain? Its brand new.

 

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Gourds Turning White?This is my first time growing gourds some of them are starting to turn white. Is this normal or am I doing something wrong?

 

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Homemade Gift Ideas for Boys?I know it is a little early to be thinking about Christmas, but I like to be prepared. I am in a pickle this year! I like to make homemade things, or at least things with a homemade touch. We usually spend $10-15 on our nieces and nephew.

 

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Potato Squash Not Producing Squash?I have sweet potato squash planted in a large pot. They are making plenty of flowers but no squash.

 

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Recipes Using Pork and Beans?I have cans of pork and beans and need recipes for these. I am tired of the same old "open can and heat and eat". I would like to know how i can use these up.

 

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Throwing a Grandma Shower?Any ideas on a grandma shower. My boss is becoming a grandma for the 1st time, we'd like to have a special lunch for her. Any ideas on unique gifts to give her?

 

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