November 16, 2006

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Green Salad With BaconLayer ingredients in order given except cheese. Put dressing on top. Spread evenly. Sprinkle shredded cheese on top. Put in Tupperware and seal to use the next day.

 

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Rhubarb Cake DessertRecipe for Rhubarb Cake Dessert. Spread on top of crumb mixture. Bake at 350 degrees F for 40-45 minutes (just until custard is almost set). Take out of oven and top with meringue.

 

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Tea Party SandwichesHere are some recipes to get you started on your tea party menu. These are my recipes that I use all the time for my teas. I hope you enjoy.

 

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Delicious CustardRecipe for Delicious Custard. Heat milk until bubbly. Beat eggs and add rest of ingredients. Add mixture to hot milk. Pour into a stainless steel cake pan. Bake at 475 degrees F for 3 minutes.

 

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Coated GrapesMix cream cheese and powdered sugar. Mix with sour cream and vanilla. Pour over grapes.

 

Articles

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Activism: Staying Passionate About Your...It's been said that the world is made up of 4 types of people. Which type of person are you?

 

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Baby Wipes Prevent Fleas In KittensHaving a new litter of kittens in the house is wonderful, until you discover fleas. Unfortunately, there is not a lot you can do for fleas on newborn kittens.

 

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Designate an Area In Your Fridge for LeftoversDesignate an Area In Your Fridge for Leftovers. Leftovers usually need to be used first so create a space on the top shelf of your fridge just for leftovers. It will help you use them before they go bad and prevent moldy surprises when you clean out your fridge.

 

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Perfume or Cologne and ClothingPut perfume or cologne on your skin instead of your clothing. The perfume may stain or damage some types of fabric.

 

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Preparing Clothing for WashingPreparing Clothing for Washing. Before laundering clothing, close zipper, snap naps, fasteners, and button buttons. That way your zippers and fasteners won't snag other clothing.

 

Sarabi (Siamese Cat)

Sarabi (Siamese Cat)Sarabi (Siamese Cat). Sarabi (Sarabi G, Squeakers, Fat Cat with the Little Head) is a Chocolate Point Siamese and is 1 yr. 3 months old. Her "sister" Nala was already named when we adopted her, so we kept with the Lion King theme.

 

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Displaying Sample SizesDisplaying Sample Sizes. I am always collecting samples of shampoo, conditioner and so on. I found a nice shell-shaped "dish" for them so I can put them out in the bathroom and actually use them.

 

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Spiderman Birthday PartyWell, if the webslinger is your favorite superhero, then this party is just for you. Here is are some ideas for making this a party that everyone will enjoy, including you. First, decorate where you are having the party with streamers and balloons in red and blue.

 

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The Surprising Facts Behind 10 Gardening...If a statement or idea is repeated or passed on long enough, eventually it will be taken as fact. This is true, even when there is little evidence or proof to support the idea. Gardening lore is no exception to this phenomena ...

 

Questions

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Gold Star Esperanza Advice?How do I encourage a shrub to become "sturdy" rather than scraggy? The plant is Gold Star Esperanza.

 

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Red and Yellow Bugs?What are the little red and yellow bugs on my hibiscus? It appears to have a web attached, but looks like a beetle.

 

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What kind of tree is this? (Bald Cypress?)My son was recently in school in Mooresville, NC. I noticed during the move a beautiful cedar or arborvitae tree that I would love to have. It was pyramidal, green (of course), but what made it stand out were the yellow-tinged lacy ends to the branches.

 

What Type of Squash is This? (Strange Zucchini)Does anyone know what kind of squash this is? It tastes like regular zucchini, but I have never seen anything like it and no one can tell me what type it is.

 

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