September 29, 2006

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Mexican WrapsRecipe for Mexican Wraps. Brown chicken in 1 tsp. oil, season w/ salt and pepper. When done, add Salsa, water and dry seasoning. . .

 

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Cheesy TortillasPreheat oven to 325 degrees F. Brown sausage and drain. Divide sour cream onto 10 tortillas and spread evenly.

 

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Nuclear Punch For HalloweenRecipe for Nuclear Punch For Halloween. hill all ingredients prior to assembly. Mix all ingredients together except sherbet in a large punchbowl. . .

 

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Cheesy Wild Rice Soup Recipe for Cheesy Wild Rice Soup. In a large pan, boil uncooked Wild Rice and water (see package) for 1/2 hour, drain, add back into new water and boil again for 1/2 hour. . .

 

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Chocolate Peanut Butter BrowniesCream margarine and sugar. Beat in eggs and vanilla. Add cocoa, then flour, salt, nuts and chips.

 

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Chinese GoulashRecipe for Chinese Goulash. Melt butter in skillet. Cook onion till tender. Add broth, heat till boils. . .

 

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Theatre Rewards CardsIf you frequent movie theaters regularly, check and see if they have a Movie Rewards program. You get points every time you purchase tickets and when you get enough points, you get something free like popcorn, a drink or a free movie ticket.

 

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Use A Baggie For Making CrumbsUse A Baggie For Crumbs. On this same board, recently a lady posted, "Place the fried onions in a baggie and use a rolling pin to crumble them into fine crumbs (you can use a blender or food processor if you wish)". . .

 

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20% Down on New CarsWhen buying a new or used car from a dealer, make a down payment of at least 20%. That will be a enough to cover taxes and most of the vehicles first year depreciation.

 

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Stuffed Toy Whiteboard EraserUse little stuffed toys you have around or get as freebies as erasers for whiteboards. I learned in my tutoring days that you also can make little white boards from almost any slick white surface.

 

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Stretching Nail Polish?I have a favorite nail polish and I'm about to run out before my other hand is done. Is there any way to add something to stretch it?

 

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Generation Gap JokeGeneration Gap Joke. A very self-important college freshman attending a recent football game, took it upon himself to explain to a senior citizen sitting next to him why it was impossible for the older generation to understand his generation. . .

 

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Rolling Existing Car Loans Into a New Car PurchaseDon't buy a new car if you haven't paid off your old one unless you have equity accumulated. One common practice at dealerships is to offer to roll the balance of an existing loan into the financing for a new car.

 

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Using Cut Off Pant LegsUsing Cut Off Pant Legs. My 7 year old is a little larger than average around his waist, so I have to buy pants that are to long for him in order to get ones that will fit him around his waist, and end up cutting and hemming them for a better fit. . .

 

Red Pomeranian sitting in a garden bed

Lady (Pomeranian)Lady - Pomeranian Photo. Lady is my 5 year old Pomeranian. She was my favorite uncle's dog. I adopted her when he died last fall. . .

 

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Different Ways GameThis is one of the most hilarious games I've ever played at a party. . .

 

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Hate to Cook? Hate leftovers?Hate to Cook? Hate leftovers?

 

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