February 13, 2007

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Indian Rice PilafIn butter, fry onions and celery. Add other ingredients except raisins and nuts. Cook (simmer) between 15 to 20 minutes. Add raisins and nuts once rice is cooked.

 

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Pumpkin MousseI got this from a lady at church. She brought this dessert to one of our potlucks. It's great! Mix pudding and milk until thick. Add pumpkin and spice. Fold in Cool Whip. Layer over graham cracker crust.

 

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Toasted Marshmallow S'more BarsHeat oven to 375 degrees F. In large bowl stir together cookie mix and crumbs. Add in butter and stir until soft dough forms. Press into 13x9 inch pan and bake 18-20 minutes or until set.

 

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Jezebel SauceA friend who relishes holiday entertaining will adore a gift of Jezebel sauce. This zesty condiment offers an unusual blend of pineapple preserves, apple jelly, horseradish, and mustard, and it's delicious with meats or appetizers.

 

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Easy Hot MuffinsSift dry ingredients into a bowl. Cut in shortening. Combine remaining ingredients and add all at once. Stir with fork until dry ingredients are just dampened.

 

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Reindeer Basket For ChristmasMeasure around rim of basket; add 1/2 inch. Cut a length of 1 1/4 inch ribbon to the determined mesurement. Glue ribbon around the basket rim, overlapping ends back. Glue reindeer head to back of basket at rim. Glue 1 reindeer front leg to each side of basket at rim.

 

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Bring A Rubber Bathmat When TravellingWhen traveling out of the U.S., always bring a small rubber bathmat as a lot of the hotels do not offer bathmats nor do they all have the rubber grids in shower or tubs to prevent you from falling.

 

Crochet Barbie kitchen

Barbie's Crocheted Kitchen Furniture and AppliancesLook what's cooking! Barbie is in the kitchen. This is the second in the series of Barbie or other small doll crocheted furniture. Please feel free to change colors to fit more with what your little interior decorator would like.

 

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Ask The Deli To Slice Precooked MeatI buy the precooked (smoked, honey glazed, oven baked, etc.) turkey or ham in the meat department when they are on sale. Then I bring them to the butcher department or the deli department (You may have to purchase it first, just bring them the receipt.)

 

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Window Frames for Displaying PicturesYou can go to a salvage yard and get some old window frames and use them. we are taking one and using the top section on one side of our cuckoo clock and the bottom on the other side, putting family pictures in each individual frame section.

 

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Book LearningThere's an old story in my family how my father got his first job after WWII by cramming the weekend before from a book he got from the public library! (He went to classes later, but that weekend of cramming got him in -)

 

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Dissolve Powdered Detergent Prior To UsingI dissolve my powder detergent in 2 cups of water before I put it in the washer. This way the powder is completely dissolved and there isn't any powder residue left on my clothes.

 

Black and tan Min Pin Chi dog.

Prince (Chihuahua/Miniature Pinscher)Prince is a 1 year old Chihuahua/Miniature Pinscher man. An elder friend of ours was seeking for a loving home for him and she offered him to us.

 

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Faux FebrezeHere is how to make Faux Febreze:

 

Dealing with a Garden on a Steep SlopeOn this steep slope leading up to the lawn, I used natural rocks found around our property to make tiers. On the bottom tier, I planted sweet alyssum and sedum.

 

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