September 28, 2007

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Fresh Peach CobblerThree recipes for Fresh Peach Cobbler

 

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Chili DishPrepare beef as directed on chili mix package. Add vegetables, using only half of the tomatoes and chilies. Add remainder if you like a hotter flavor.

 

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Caramel Praline Souffle'Soften gelatin in 1/2 cup cold water. Melt caramels and sugar with remaining water in covered double boiler over low heat. Stir occasionally until sauce is smooth. Stir small amount of hot mixture into beaten egg yolks; add egg yolks to hot mixture.

 

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Never Fail Cranberry JellyAdd water to cranberries. Cook until done; mash through colander. Put back on stove and cook 5 minutes. Add sugar and cook 5 minutes longer. Pour in small glasses, cover and put in refrigerator.

 

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My Favorite Breakfast - Tortillas and EggsSpread the cheese on the tortilla, add re-fried beans over this and then the scrambled eggs on that. Roll up and microwave to heat the cheese and beans. Yum! Good for breakfast on the run!

 

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Celery Seed DressingPut ingredients into jar and shake well. Let stand overnight. This dressing should be left out of the refrigerator for several hours after you make it, and should be shaken vigorously every once in a while.

 

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Crabmeat SpreadCombine and refrigerate. Use as spread for crackers.

 

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Update and Print Personal Medical HistoryAfter many trips to the ER, I decided to use my Microsoft Word and memory from my visits and put them to good use.

 

A flowering succulent.

What is This Flower? (Autumn Joy Sedum)What is this? It is loaded with flies and butterflies constantly, and I mean loaded! Thanks.

 

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Frugal Bookmarks From EnvelopesTo make a bookmark cheaply and easily, take any old envelope and cut off either the left or right bottom corner of the envelope in a triangle shape. Then you have a small "sleeve" that slips over any book or magazine page.

 

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Use Sale Items In Unexpected WaysSometimes you can find things in unexpected places and put to unexpected ways of using. By chance I popped into ...

 

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Collect Free PostersCollect posters anywhere you can get them. Many companies supply them to stores for advertising. If you can't use them to decorate with, they make great wrapping paper.

 

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Use Tennis Balls To Fluff Down CoatsI just read about using tennis balls in your dryer when you dry pillows to let them dry evenly. This also works with down coats.

 

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Buy Butter Now For The HolidaysFor all your holiday recipes, it's time to buy your butter now and freeze it. The prices will soar in the coming months.

 

Cream colored dog in fur cape and cuffs.

Niño (Terrier Mix)Niño (Nin-yo) is 2+ years and a Terrier Mix. This is the other portion of my heart, Niño (Spanish for "little boy").

 

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Hairspray for Lice PreventionIf you find lice to be going around at school, a good way to safeguard your child, or to try to, is to spray his or her hair with hairspray.

 

Homemade shower curtain with fall motif.

Fall Themed Shower CurtainI made one for every holiday using seasonal fabric. I hand sew mine but of course you can use a sewing machine. (This is the outside curtain NOT the actual shower curtain.)

 

Our Pride And Joy, Hayden JamesWell, myself and my wife went into Walmart to the baby section while we were there. Look what we bought on July 6th 2007 at 9:55 AM

 

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Deworm Your KittensIf you decide to get a new kitten, either now or in the near future, please make sure you have the new baby dewormed.

 

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Nearly Homemade PicklesMy wonderful mother-in-law, Lavon, gave me two cucumbers from her garden. Forgetting these were not genetically mutated supermarket cucumbers, I put them in the crisper drawer and forgot about them for a couple days.

 

Double Cheese Burger

Money Saving Hamburger IdeasTips for saving money on ground beef. Buy hamburger in bulk packages, divide into desired amount then put in freezer bags and mash flat. This is great for saving room in your freezer.

 

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