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Sweet Potato And Carrot CasseroleBoil both veggies (about 7 minutes) until tender. Drain and add in pineapples and raisins, toss. Place into a casserole dish. In a pan, combine remainder except pecans and heat until it forms a syrup.
Quick Super Bowl ChiliWith the Super Bowl on Sunday, here's a good recipe for those hungry football fans.
Creamy Celery Beef StroganoffIn a 3 qt. slow cooker, combine the first seven ingredients. Cover and cook on low for 8 hours or until beef is tender. Stir in sour cream. Serve with noodles.
Oven Caramel CornThis homemade caramel corn is easy to make and is just as yummy as the store bought caramel corn.
Baked Tuna and Cheese SandwichDrain tuna and flake into a bowl. Add the onion, pickle relish, celery, and mayonnaise. Blend together. Divide the mixture on the toasted side of the bread and place on a buttered baking sheet.
Pistachio Pudding TartsIn a mixing bowl, combine butter, cream cheese, and flour; mix well. Shape into 48 balls; press onto the bottom and up the sides of ungreased miniature muffin cups. Bake at 400 degrees F for 12-15 minutes or until lightly browned.
Diabetic Spice CookiesThese cookies make a great treat for someone who is on a diabetic diet.
Broccoli-Cheese NuggetsCook broccoli according to package directions. Drain cooked broccoli thoroughly in a colander, pressing with the back of a wooden spoon to remove excess water.
Shrimp And Crab CasseroleCook rice according to package directions. Meanwhile, in a large bowl, combine the crab, shrimp, celery, onion, green pepper, mushrooms and pimientos. In a small bowl, whisk the mayonnaise, milk, pepper and Worcestershire sauce; stir into the seafood mixture.
Coins Are Money TooRemember coins are money, too. I have seen kids run away leaving a shower of pennies behind them, which I picked up! Some people have trouble paying with change, but it's currency, too!
14 Days of ValentineToday, I started what I am calling the "14 Days of Valentine". I am leaving a pink paper heart and a small chocolate heart on my husband's pillow every day.
Use Cold Water For Peeling Hard Boiled EggsHard boiled eggs will peel easily if cracked and placed in cold water immediately after taking out of the hot water.
Make Soups With Any LeftoversSoups are a great way to use up small amounts of meat and left over veggies. Fresh herbs that are starting to wilt can often be salvaged in these dishes.
Office Chair Mats For Car MatsMy older minivan far back carpet got ragged and tattered. A replacement one would cost over $100, which I may never have to spare, being low income.
Uses For Leftover Baked ChickenWhen I bake chicken, whatever chicken is left over I take and pull off the bones and make chicken salad. I can also take the chicken and put barbecue sauce with it and use it for tacos.
My First Recipe: Coffee CakeThis is the first recipe that I remember making, although, if I was making a cake by myself, I must have cooked with supervision before this. I was a preteen, maybe 11 years old, and I wanted to make a cake for my mother's birthday.
Reusing Sweeper BagsCheapskate here! Since sweeper bags are so expensive, I empty one, roll the top over and staple. I can use it 2-3 more times!
Product Review: Sticky PawsHere is something that helps keep cats from scratching furniture. Sticky Paws is a double-sided tape that adheres to your furniture on one side and is sticky on the other.
Tyler (cat)Tyler is a 6 year old cat. Who knows what kind he is. I got him from a pet shelter and picked him because when he meows, nothing comes out.
Reusing Fast Food CupsSave the large cups you get from fast food places, together with their to-go plastic cover and straw. You can wash them out and use them quite a few times more with your own drinks.
Yarn And Thread Scraps For BirdsTo those who put their scraps of yarn and threads in a tissue box to be thrown away, please just set it outside for birds to build their nest with.
Removing Dark Hair on My Legs?I have a problem with getting rid of the hair on my legs. I have really fair/transparent skin and thick black hair, and I can never seem to get rid of it.
Shrimp Sauce Recipe?I am looking for a recipe for shrimp sauce. It is often served in Japanese restaurants. I think it has a mayo base with butter, garlic a little hot sauce, but don't know the portions. Also goes very well with fried rice.
Recipes Using Stove Top Stuffing?I am looking for recipes using stove top stuffing.
Making Baskets From Recycled Fabric?I'd like to know how to make a cloth basket using old clothes and material scraps. I have everything from basic fabrics to jeans to sweaters to use.
Aloe Plant With a Yellow Stripe on Its Leaves?I have an aloe plant that is really big and has a yellow stripe on the leaves. What type of aloe plant is that?
African Violets Damaged By Cold?I finally succeeded in getting one of my 2 African Violet plants to bloom several weeks ago. Before going out of town for several days, I rigged up a thermostatically controlled heater to prevent the sun-room from dropping below 60 deg or so, since I knew these plants are not cold tolerant.
Uses for Small Boxes?Does any one have ideas of what to do with small boxes? I hate to throw them out.
Making Toast Without a Toaster?I do not own a toaster and was wondering can you toast bread in the oven?
Dog Afraid To Come In The House?We have just brought our 2 year old adopted Golden Retriever home and she is afraid to come into the house. Any suggestions?