September 10, 2007

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Recipes

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Finnish PancakeHeat oven to 425 degrees F and put large 2 qt. souffle dish in for 10 minutes. Beat eggs, honey, salt and milk together. Add flour to mixture and beat until blended and smooth.

 

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Stewed Tomatoes and OnionsIn a large lightly greased skillet, heat on medium heat until hot. Add pepper, celery, onion and garlic. Saute 5 minutes or until vegetables are tender. Add tomato, vinegar, sugar and pepper.

 

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Snowman Cheese BallUsing 3 pkgs. cream cheese at room temperature, mix all ingredients and frost with the other 8 oz. package of cream cheese. Make into 2 balls, one bigger than the other.

 

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Lemony Apple CiderMix ingredients; pour into ice-filled glasses. Garnish with lemon or apple wedges, if desired.

 

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Cheese and Chili CornbreadScrape kernels from corn. Drain and rinse chilies and chop, if not tiny and fine enough already. Combine all ingredients and mix well.

 

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Recipe For Steak DianeI was wondering if anyone has a recipe for "Steak Diane Sauce"?

 

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Mushroom Pita PizzasHeat oven to 425 degrees F. Split each bread into halves around edge with knife to make 4 rounds. Place rounds, cut sides up, on ungreased cookie sheet. Arrange mushrooms on bread rounds.

 

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Homemade Shake and BakeRecipes for homemade Shake and Bake.

 

Articles

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Print Preview to Save PaperBefore printing a document off the Internet, do a print preview. Many times the last page is nothing more than the icons at the bottom of the web page. You can save on paper by selecting to print one fewer page than is listed.

 

Toy AeroplaneJonny playing with his toy crafted aeroplane

 

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Product Review: Star MopA million thanks to the ThriftyFunner (can't remember your name, sorry!) who recently posted a good review of this product! I want to add my enthusiastic endorsement of this product as well!

 

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Using Instant Coffee to Color Wood ScratchesFor scratches on wooden tables, picture frames or anything wooden, take a teaspoon of instant coffee, add a couple of drops of hot water (just enough to make a thick paste).

 

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Make Sure Ebay is Actually Making You MoneyJust a word of advice: I see a lot of articles and feedback on many thrifty websites suggesting that a great way to make extra money is to sell on Ebay. PLEASE PLEASE be careful that you are actually MAKING money in the long run!

 

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Reusable BaggiesTo save money and reduce wasteful packaging, I buy big bags of chips, pretzels, tortilla chips, etc. Then I repack them in small plastic containers for lunches. More often, however, I was packing them into snack size zip top baggies because they take up less room in my husband Michael's lunch bag.

 

Ball and Chain Cake

Ball and Chain Wedding Shower CakeI made this for my daughter's wedding shower. The ball was a Styrofoam ball that I just covered in a #32 tip with black royal icing. I purchased some chain link at a local hardware store, it went over very well!

 

Pup (Beagle)Pup is about 1 year and a Beagle. My husband and I were driving on a back country road about 6 months ago. There was the cutest beagle. My husband said we could take her home and find it's owner. we never could find anyone to claim her.

 

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Classical Records for Frugal GiftJust had a lovely but frugal birthday. One of my gifts was a set of Baroque classical records in great condition. The music is lovely, and there was a beautiful illustrated booklet about the music and the times.

 

Questions

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Passion of the Christ CalendarI'm looking for the "Passion of the Christ" calendar, I've searched the internet with no success, can anyone help me.

 

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Pattern for Knifty Knitter BagPattern for Knifty Knitter bag I bought the knifty nitter and I love it but where is the pattern for the bag. You know the one on the cover.

 

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Need 2 Doubles Rolls of Eisenhart Pattern# KS09817I am looking for two double rolls of Eisenhart pattern# KS09817. Keepsake VIII (Book)

 

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Cleaning Textured Bathtub FloorI have a textured bathtub floor that I can not get clean. My mom has the same type of bathtub, and between the two of us, we can't find anything that will clean deep down in the grooves of the textured surface.

 

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Removing Dirty Marks After Taking Pictures DownWhat is the best way to remove the dirty marks on my painted walls after taking pictures down?

 

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Getting Rid of Cottonmouth Snake In HouseWhere can I buy some snake poison, I really hate them!

 

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Recycling Ideas for Old TelevisionsDoes anyone have a reuse or recycling idea for old television sets?

 

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Looking For Aldi's Foods In Fort WorthWhere in Fort Worth, Texas is a Aldi's food store located?

 

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Advice For Managing Budget With 2 HousesBoth my husband and I own separate homes. Mine was bought in 2003 for 62k @ 5.9% before we got married and his house was bought in 2006 one month before we got married for 161k @ 7.0%. What should we do since both houses are 30 yr mortgages and our combined income in 72k yearly. Any suggestions? Note: I recently invested a personal inheritance of 5k in Money market and Roth IRA. Was this wise?

 

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How To Make Spider Hair BowsHow do you make hair bows, especially spider hair bows with curled ribbon legs? Thanks for your help.

 

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Cereal Bar RecipeI made a cereal bar and lost the recipe. It had bananas, whole wheat flour,oatmeal, chopped nuts and raisins, I used Splenda instead of sugar and apple sauce instead of oil or butter. It was great and of course I lost it. It was only 100 calories per bar, which you cut like a flat cake. can anyone help me.

 

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