May 21, 2007

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Recipes

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Slices of SinLine an 8x4 inch glass pan with aluminum foil. Greased foil with margarine. Set aside. Combine chocolate and coffee in top of a double boiler. Bring water to a boil; reduce heat to low, and cook until chocolate melts, stirring occasionally.

 

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Crunchy Tuna Salad in Pepper BoatsPlace pepper halves on plate. Microwave on high for 60 seconds; chill. Combine remaining ingredients; chill. Spoon tuna mixture into pepper halves to serve.

 

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Yummy BrowniesBring margarine, water, shortening and cocoa to a boil. Add flour and sugar, mix well. Add buttermilk, eggs, soda and vanilla, mix well. Spread in greased jelly roll pan.

 

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Oat Currant BreadPreheat oven to 350 degrees F. Grease 2 quart round casserole dish. In saucepan over medium high heat, heat buttermilk until very hot but not boiling. Remove from heat.

 

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Banana Spice CookiesCream shortening, brown sugar and eggs together. Mix in bananas. In second bowl mix together flour, baking powder, soda, salt, cinnamon and cloves. Add flour mixture 1/2 cup at a time, to banana mixture.

 

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Anytime Fruit CakeMix first 8 ingredients together in bowl. Pour milk on mixture and mix well. Press into foil lined small bread pans. Bake 30 minutes at 300 degrees F. Remove from pans.

 

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Dry Garlic SpareribsThis recipe is from my friend who lives in Canada, and is her specialty. Enjoy! Bring a large pot of water to boil. Cut the ribs apart.

 

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Delicious Vegetable SaladStir boiling water and gelatin until dissolved. Cool and add tomato soup. Melt cheese in microwave just until runny, about 30 seconds. Add to gelatin mixture.

 

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Apple Cinnamon BismarksPreheat oven to 375 degrees F. Place biscuits 2 inches apart on greased baking sheet. Bake 11-15 minutes or until golden brown. Meanwhile, place pie filling in large bowl; mix well with pastry blender until no apple chunks remain.

 

Articles

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Pool Chlorine TipHaving a hard time keeping chlorine in the pool? Check your stabilizer levels. Unstabilized chlorine will burn out of a pool with less than 4 hours of exposure to sunlight.

 

Rescued Orchid

Rescued OrchidI buy plants that are marked down at stores that need to be re-potted. This way I get nice plants, but at a bargain price and save the life of a plant.

 

Candy arranged into shape of birthday cake.

Birthday Candy CakeGlue together each set of foam circles to make one thick circle in each size. Glue or pick pin each circle on top of each other. Make sure you get as close to middle as possible. Use low temp glue gun and start glueing the miniature candy bars all around.

 

Chicklet (Arab/Quarterhorse)Chicklet is 20 years old and is an Arab/quarterhorse that I rescued. She loves to hang out with her other horse friends and graze on the meadow grass.

 

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Tidy Bush TrimmingDon't like to trim bushes because it's messy? Try this method. Put an old sheet under the bush you need to trim. Make sure it's all the way around the bush. Trim your bush as usual.

 

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Start Holiday Crafts NowStart any holiday (Halloween through Christmas) crafting now, especially if you do craft shows or just for gifts. This way you won't be stuck at the last minute trying to finish gifts.

 

Income Tax Payment Is A Wake Up CallA year ago, I owed an unexpected $900 on my federal income tax return. I juggled a few financial responsibilities, cut some costs and was able to pay my tax bill by April 15.

 

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Easy Fruit CrepesI make my pancake batter thin, then I put it in a hot frying pan and spread the batter thin. Brown both sides. Then take a can of cherry, apple or blueberry pie filling and fill crepe.

 

Questions

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Homemade Cures for Poison Ivy?Does anyone know of some homemade cures for poison ivy?

 

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1960's Exercise Machine?Anyone out there remember about that exercise machine that you stood on that had a belt you wrapped around your hips and when you powered on the machine it shook and your body shook too? Think Jack LaLane.

 

Restoring a Rusty Washboard?I just came across an old washboard and it is in very good shape except the scrub part it is very rusty, I don't know if it is made out of aluminum or tin. I would like to display it but I would like to try and restore it somehow first.

 

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Removing Sharpie Marks on a Refrigerator?How do you remove Sharpie marks from the refrigerator?

 

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Dog Scratching But I Don't See Any Fleas?My dog is acting like he has fleas, but I do not see any. He has white tan fur, and I should be able to see them (I would think). He keeps acting weird and looking at his tail and behind, and stands up and then sits down fast to see what is on him.

 

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Relighting a Water Heater Pilot Light?How do relight the water heater?

 

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Labeling Mason Jars?What is the best way to label mason jars so that when I wash the jars the label does not come off? Also, I'd prefer labels that aren't too costly and, if possible, eco-friendly.

 

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Buying Tower Vases?I'm looking for used Tower Vases to use as centerpieces for November 2007 wedding.

 

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