January 26, 2007

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Recipes

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Hot Toasted SandwichesGrind together the cheese, hot dogs, and pickles, using the coarse blade on a food chopper or blender. Add the ketchup and onion and mix well. Spread bread with this mixture and cover with another slice.

 

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Biscuits and Sausage GravyMake this favorite with your own fresh biscuits and sausage gravy at home for your family.

 

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Open-Face Cheese SandwichesButter each half of hamburger bun. Combine remaining ingredients. Spoon onto bun. Put on cookie sheet and heat in 300 degrees F oven for 20 minutes.

 

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Brown Velvet CakeCream together the sifted brown sugar and shortening. Mix sour cream with 1/2 cup water and whip well. Add to first mixture. Then add 2 well-beaten egg yolks.combine cocoa with hot water to make paste and then add.

 

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Sherbet SaladDissolve one package raspberry gelatin in 3/4 cup boiling water. Add sherbet, stir to blend. Pour into mold; chill until firm. Spread with sour cream.

 

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Easy But Elegant Cheese PieBeat eggs and add the cream cheese (don't even think about starting this unless that cheese is at room temperature), 1/2 cup sugar and 1 tsp. vanilla. When thoroughly mixed, turn into the crumb crust and bake for 20 minutes at 350 degrees F.

 

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Roasted Vegetables and Rosemary Chicken SoupI often roast twice the vegetables and freeze them with chicken and minced rosemary for a really quick weeknight meal. A rotisserie chicken supplies enough meat for two soups and can be used to make homemade broth too.

 

Articles

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Use A Sponge For Picking Up ThumbtacksI once spilled a package of the cheap button-like thumb tacks in a drawer. I had a hard time picking them up one by one. So I took an old dried out sponge, so it was kind of hard, and I pushed it onto the tacks. It worked so well, I left them in the sponge for storage.

 

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Take A Digital Picture Of Computer HookupsIf you ever have to move a TV, computer, or any other electronic item that has a lot of hookups and cables, always take a digital photo of the back so you can refer to what gets connected where.

 

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Ink Stain Remover ProductAs so many people have written about this situation, I though it was worth mentioning. I have not tried this item, but it might help someone. It is called Amodex, item #512003 for $10.95. You might call a local Bed Bath and Beyond or Linens Plus store to see if they have it in stock.

 

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Low Fat Ice Cream Sandwich SubstituteFor a low fat easy snack, I take 2 full graham crackers, put Cool Whip about 1/2 inch thick on one of the crackers and put the other cracker on top. Push together a little bit, wrap in Saran Wrap and freeze.

 

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College Students And DebtI deal with debt elimination in my line of business and I am amazed at the student loan debt that people are accumulating. Don't fall into this trap.

 

Killian (Sheltie)

Killian (Sheltie)Killian is a 2 year old Sheltie (Shetland Sheep Dog.) I got him from a friend who breeds Shelties when he was 4 months old.

 

Collecting Genealogical Documents

Collecting Genealogical Documents(Putting the Leaves on Your Family Tree - Part Four) You should have a great start on your genealogy by now. Here are a few tips on things you may need in your adventures in finding your family tree. Many of you may have been spending a lot of time on the internet researching. Some of you may have taken the next step already and have been going to your local genealogy library or history center.

 

Questions

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Patchwork Quilt Instructions?I love the tip submitted about making a quilt out of old clothing. I would love to make a quilt for my daughter out of some of her baby clothes. I know nothing about quilting though.

 

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Crushing Pills for Dogs?Can I crush a pill in a little water and give it to my dog in a dropper? By crushing it in a little water, would it take the some of the effects of the pill?

 

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Refurbishing a Pop-up Trailer?We are refurbing an old pop-up. I am looking for any neat ideas to do with the interior.

 

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Murky Aquarium Water?What causes murky water in aquariums?

 

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