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Jina's Antipasto and Pasta SaladThis recipe can be tweaked to your liking and can easily be served as a main course. It can get expensive but I promise it's cheaper than buying it pre-made from a deli (tastes better for sure) and you will be asked for the recipe! I've found that the more I add, the more people love it!
Kosher DillsWith canning season coming soon I thought I would share my recipe for Dill Pickles. I have made them for many years with many requests for the recipe. So I hope you will try and enjoy them.
Chicken Enchiladas Ole'Combine chicken, 1 cup sour cream, 3/4 cup cheese and the onions and the pepper; mix well. Dip tortillas in hot oil to soften; drain. Top each tortilla with 1/4 cup mixture and sprinkle with cumin; roll up tightly.
Homemade CSI Kit for that Aspiring CSIDo you have a budding CSI in your midst? Have you recently priced a toy CSI detective kit? My 8-year-old grandson William loves to watch CSI and recently asked me to go online and find him a CSI kit.
Towel Cake for Beach WeddingThis is a towel cake I made for my brother's wedding this summer. He and his wife were married on the beach and I used the towels they had on their wedding registry.
Cutting Costs On Beauty SuppliesWith the price of so many things skyrocketing I have found myself looking for areas to cut costs. One of them is the cost of beauty supplies. When a decent anti-aging cream costs about $20 I want to get every last drop.
Keep Sewing and Craft Supplies Organized SeparatelyIn my sewing chest and my craft basket, I keep the little things separate. In the sewing chest (three drawers), I keep my various scissors in the bottom drawer, including my electric scissors that were a gift.
Trick to Placing Lids on Mayo JarIf you have trouble getting lids back on mayo jars, etc., turn lid counterclockwise a few times and it should drop right in the groove then turn clockwise to close. Works for me every time. :)
Freezing Produce In Paper BagsI learned this freezing method from a friend who puts up produce from a very large garden every year. She freezes Okra, green beans, bell peppers, zucchini and yellow squash, Purple hull peas, and more this way. Use brown paper lunch bags.
Move A Few Essentials In EarlyWhen you move, many places will allow you to have access a few days early. If this is possible, before the major move, bring enough kitchen tools to the new place to be able to fix a simple meal. Put them away in their new places. How LOVELY, to have a coffee pot, can opener, plates and glasses on the first chaotic morning in your new house.
Ice to Remove Gum from ClothesTo get gum out of clothes, put ice cube on it until the gum freezes and it will crumble off when scratching it.
Give Chrome Fixtures a Faux Aged Bronze LookSave some money remodeling a room by giving worn out and spotted bronze/chrome fixtures a rich faux aged bronze look.
I Love Dandelions!I love dandelions! They are so good for you and your liver. The leaves can be used in a salad or dried to make a tea. I love their smells and colors, they are beautiful.
Tomatoes Are Not Getting RipeOur tomato plants have luxuriant growth and lots of green tomatoes but they are taking forever to ripen, and when they do, they're blotchy.
Reusing Containers for Food StorageIf you have a sleeve of crackers that you want to transport whole, slip them in a Pringles or Stax can.
Keeping Gnats Away From Dog?We go to the lake a lot in the summer and the gnats just drive our boxer crazy. I've tried different things on him but it doesn't seem to work. If any one can give any suggestions, I would sure appreciate it. Thank you.
Tomatoes Are Not Getting Ripe?My tomato plants look great, and they are loaded with blossoms. The plants themselves are growing higher by the day, but I have some tomatoes on the plants that seem to have stopped growing. The tomatoes are not turning red and they look hard.