March 15, 2007

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Recipes

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Sugar Free Flourless Chocolate CakeThis recipe is perfect for anyone trying to limit their sugar intake. It is diabetic friendly and easy to make.

 

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Chicken BakePreheat oven to 400 degrees F. Sprinkle 1/2 c.of stuffing mix evenly on bottom of 9x13 inch pan. Top with chicken. Mix soup, sour cream and vegetables.

 

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Pineapple-Raspberry Breakfast ParfaitsPreheat oven to 350 degrees F. On baking sheet, spread almonds in single layer. Bake 7-10 minutes or until lightly toasted, stirring frequently; set aside.

 

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Denver Egg StrataIn large bowl, whisk eggs, milk, mustard, salt and pepper. Stir in bread, cheese, ham, onion, and green pepper. Pour mixture into greased 9x13 inch baking pan.

 

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Jacket Potatoes RecipesHow do you make jacket potatoes? I need ingredients and method.

 

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Apple BraidPreheat oven to 375 degrees F. For braid, unroll crescent dough into 2 rectangles. Place in greased 9x13 inch baking pan with long sides overlapping 1/2 inch; press perforations together to seal.

 

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Marinated PineapplePlace pineapple in large heatproof bowl. In small saucepan, combine sugar and water. Bring to a boil over high heat, stirring occasionally; cook 1 minute.

 

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Lasagna CucinaPreheat oven to 350 degrees F. Crumble sausage in large skillet. Cook, stirring occasionally, until no longer pink; drain. Stir in tomatoes and juice, tomato paste, water, bouillon and basil.

 

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Brunch BurritosIn large skillet, heat oil over medium high heat. Add onion and green peppers; cook and stir until tender. Remove vegetables from skillet with slotted spoon; set aside.

 

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Stuffed Cherry TomatoesThese little appetizers are perfectly poppable. Serve these at your next party and they are sure to be a hit.

 

Articles

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Roadside Assistance TipsA lot of people pay for roadside assistance but don't have the numbers handy. Check to make sure you have numbers to call in your wallet or purse and program them into your cell phone.

 

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Direct Deposit to Avoid Monthly Bank FeeWhere I bank, they have a minimum balance requirement to avoid monthly service charges. Since my checking account seldom contains an excess, I was being dinged for $2-3 each month.

 

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Sweet Gum Balls For Flower DrainageIf you have sweet gum balls, try using them to put in the bottom of your flower pots.

 

LeiLu (Long Haired Tabby)LeiLu will be three in April and is a long haired tabby. I got her from a customer at my old job. She would find stray cats and take them in and then find then good homes.

 

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Frugal Edging For Your GardenA really frugal edging for gardens is broken concrete. When we had our bathroom floor re-done, a pile of light concrete sat outside our house for about 2 months before I got tired of waiting for them to haul it away.

 

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Pinesol Air FreshenerAfter cleaning your home, you want it to smell clean. If you don't have anything else, use scented Pinesol. In a small unused pot, dilute with water and simmer.

 

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Aphid Repellent PlantsYou can help prevent aphid infestations on your vegetables by interplanting them with plants that repel aphids. Some examples are anise, chives, coriander, garlic, onions, petunias, and radish.

 

Gardening books.

5 Great Books For GardenersWith gardening comes a learning curve that can never be surmounted so long as you keep gardening. It doesn't matter how much you know, there's always something new to learn.

 

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Five Colorful Fruit And Veggies A DayEat 5 or more servings of colorful fruits and veggies a day, to help achieve optimal health!

 

Lasagna Gardening

An Introduction to Lasagna GardeningLasagna gardening is a timesaving organic gardening method developed by gardener and writer, Patricia Lanza, which requires no digging, no tilling and no sod removal. Too good to be true? Read on.

 

Garden Decor Ideas

Garden Decor IdeasA list of inexpensive and easy garden decorations. Make a rustic trellis by nailing or screwing branches together in desired shape.

 

Questions

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Cleaning Sticky CDs?My 3 year old got into my DVD cabinet when I left him with a baby sitter - the CD's are covered with - well - I am not really sure. Sticky fingerprints, jelly, etc. How do I clean DVD's without damaging the content?

 

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How long does it take for feedback to show up?I left feedback, how long before it shows up on the site?

 

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Squirrels In Garbage Cans?Does anyone out there know what I can use to keep the squirrels from eating out of my garbage can... and yes, I do have a lid but that doesn't work.

 

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Emptying a Bagless Vacuum Cleaner?I have a bagless upright vacuum cleaner and I hate it. Whenever I try to empty the dirt canister I get filthy dirty. Is there a trick to doing this so dust doesn't fly everywhere and get all over everything, including me?

 

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Hanging Plants for California?I live in California and I would like advice on plants that can be hung in pots on a sunny, hot side of the house.

 

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Uses for Used Tea Bags?I'm finding that I'm going through a lot of tea bags lately, and as good as it is to throw them in for composting, I was wondering if anyone here knows of any other uses?

 

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Displaying a Large Magnet Collection?We have recently moved to a new house and I need some advice about displaying my large magnet collection in the Kitchen. I have a large wall that I'm going to use but need ideas on how to display them and what I can use.

 

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Calcium Deposits on Faux Marble?My 1980's faux "marbly" type shower stall and counter tops are dull and have calcium deposits. How can I get them to sparkle again?

 

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Stainless Mirror Finish Kitchen Sink?I am considering a stainless mirror finish kitchen sink. Does anyone have any experience with this type sink you would share with me?

 

Help My Plant?Help My Plant. I have this plant that has sentimental value to me and it is not looking to good. It came in a funeral plant basket. I have no idea what kind of plant it is I do not know if I am watering to much or not enough.

 

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Saving Money Vs. Paying Down Debt?Does anyone have any advice about the virtues of paying off debt versus the benefit of having some cash on hand? For example, do you feel it's important to try to save money while you still have debt (especially credit card debt)?

 

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Rice Water For Plants?Rice Water For Plants. I know you can give potato water to a plants, what about rice water?

 

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Removing Tattoos?Now that I am older, they don't seem to fit into my lifestyle anymore so I am wondering: Does anyone know of a quick way to remove a permanent tattoo besides laser?

 

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How Many Fat Quarters Do I Use?I am fairly new to quilting and would like to make a simple quilt for each of my daughters. My question is: how many fat quarters are normally used for a standard (full) sized bed?

 

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Bulbs in a Mild Winter?Bulbs in a Mild Winter. With the mild winter we've been having my bulbs have started sprouting and my trees are budding.

 

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