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Old Fashioned Rhubarb Pudding CakePreheat oven to 350 degrees F. In a large saucepan, combine rhubarb and 1 cup sugar. Cook over medium heat for 12 -15 minutes or until rhubarb is tender.
Eastern Virginia HamCooking a ham is a tradition for many holidays, including Christmas and Easter.
Butter Brickle BreadMix all together. Place in 2 well greased loaf pans. Bake at 300 degrees F for 1 hour or until done.
Apple Cream SquaresBlend flour, sugar and margarine until crumbly. Stir in nuts. Press 2 3/4 cup of mixture into bottom of greased 9x13 pan. To the rest of crumb mixture, add all other ingredients, except apples and blend well.
Fruit Dessert and SaladDo not whip the cream! Add the lemon juice to the cream and stir to blend. The cream will thicken slightly. Add the marshmallows, pineapple, cherries, fruit cocktail and coconut.
Chicken Gelatin SaladCombine first 5 ingredients. Add mayonnaise. Dissolve gelatin in 1/2 cup boiling water. Add 1/2 cup cool water. Cool and combine with chicken mixture.
Add Scent To Your VentWhile talking to my kid brother yesterday on the phone, he told me about an idea he had tried. I changed it a little bit and am going to share it here. It is an inexpensive way to add scent to any room without candles or expensive sprays.
Using Leaves in the GardenWhen you rake your yard in fall, don't throw the leaves away in trash bags. Spread them over the garden spot and wet it down. When you till the yard in spring, till the leaves in.
Bread Closures For CleaningThose little square plastic tabs that are used to close bread bags are wonderful for scraping baked-on food from casserole dishes and pots and pans (including those non-stick teflon pans).
Save Unused Ramen Seasoning PacketsI read your list of recipes for using ramen noodles, and I was quite disturbed to see that more than one reader had suggested that we "throw out" the seasoning packet when preparing her recipe.
Chicken WreathIf you have a friend who likes chickens, here's a perfect gift. Just take some wooden shaped chickens and fence. Paint them with acrylic paint and let dry.
Kitties in the WinterOne frosty morning, four of our five farm cats were lined up on the steps waiting to be fed. They are, from the top down, Zoey, Beauty, Alphie and Max.
Longer Life for Decorative CandlesKeeping large pillar decorative candles forever. When I buy a decorative pillar candle, I burn for a little bit until I can fit a tealight candle inside.
Rebates From WalgreensI get free stuff from Walgreens. You pay first then submit rebate forms monthly. Great way to try products for no cost. Just a note, I always keep a photo of my receipts just in case there is a problem.
A Nana's JoyThis is Abby with her purple chair and visor to match!
Blooming Glads?My glads have blooms and are drying out, will they continue to bloom until the fall, or should they be dug up now, or should I just cut the bloom at this time?
Using Liquid Potpourri in Laundry Detergent?Can I use liquid potpourri instead of essential oil as scent when I make my homemade liquid laundry detergent?
What's the Name of This Bloom? (Spiderwort)I planted an new garden last fall, and this spring some new flowers have came up. I am really very good with types of plants but this one I just can't find a name. Does anyone know the name of this bloom? Thanks.
Knifty Knitter Doily Pattern?I am looking for a doily pattern with knifty knitter. Anyone know where I can find one?
Judy from Traverse City
Buying Wholesale Perfumes?Can anyone tell me where to buy perfumes at a wholesale price?
Have You Bought a Car on eBay?Has anyone here ever bought a car on eBay?
Removing Paint from Microfiber Clothing?How can I remove white paint from my black micro-fibre trousers?
Concerns About Using Hartz Advanced Care Flea Drops?Does anyone know if Hartz Advanced Care Flea Drops for fleas and ticks are bad for dogs?
Cart for Hauling Laundry to the Laundromat When Disabled?My problem is that I can not carry in my baskets into the laundrymat so I pull them in using my cane. Which it gets really hard to do since I need to use the cane to walk. I have tied a belt to them but the basket ends up breaking up.
Uses for Bath Puff Balls?I was wondering how to reuse those net "puff" balls used in the bath? My husband took one apart, then threw it in the trash. I looked at it and thought it could be used for something. All I can think of right now is tying onions in it but it's a very long tube and I won't use that much for that. What can you think of? I have several more that haven't been used, so can use lots of suggestions. I don't like to use them in the bath.
Starting a Website for My Neighborhood?I have been reading about community and one of the ways I thought I might inspire more in my neighborhood would be to create a website for us all. Perhaps to have a classified section, a trading/bartering post, maybe some stories about the early days (it was built in the late 50's) from some of the original homeowners. etc. . .
Personalizing a Tie Dyed T-Shirt?I am thinking about tie dyeing my dad a t-shirt for Fathers Day and would like to put World's Best Dad on the front of it in black lettering. I am at a loss of how to do this safely without wrecking it. Please people I need some serious help! Thank you in advance.
Hiding a Bright Paint Color?I have a guest room that is painted a burnt orange on top, and is pine wainscoting from hip level down. I have a friend who is coming to visit, that ABSOLUTELY hates orange anything! I'm not repainting it, and don't want to line the walls with paper to cover the orange. Any ideas what I can do, other than hand her a pair of sunglasses to wear in the room?
Pizza Dough Freezer Recipe?I am looking for a pizza dough recipe. We like thin pizza and would like to make pizzas up in advance and freeze them. Any recipes that you'd like to share?