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Pasta Pierogie Shells I love Pierogies, however they take so long to make. I did find a recipe that I enjoy! It is easy and delicious. Hope you enjoy it.
Dangerous Chocolate Mug CakeI am not a cake connoisseur but this is tasty and definitely quick and also thrifty because you don't have to bake an entire cake (which might not all be eaten before spoiling) to fulfill a craving. If you like small portions, it's good for two servings.
Corn DogsIn a medium bowl, whisk together the flour, cornmeal, baking soda and powder, salt and cayenne. Set aside. In another medium bowl, whisk the egg until frothy, then add the buttermilk and honey and whisk until mixed.
Simply Debt FreeThe average American credit card debt is over $5,100. While it may not seem like it, this balance is manageable. Within three yeas it can easily be paid off provided that new charges are not added to the debt.
Invigorating Bath SaltsThese quick bath salts are easy to make and even easier to customize. The Epsom salt soothes your body while the fragrances sooth your nerves.
Save Used Coffee And Tea For CompostDo not throw away your daily coffee grounds or tea from tea bags. Mulch or compost them.
Reuse Earplug Cases For StorageI have used the waxy earplugs to help me sleep for a while. I love the containers, and use them for all kinds of things. I have a nice new deck of cards in one, my business cards in another, a mini sewing kit in another (in fact, the dollar trees' have mini sewing kits in them already), mini first-aid kit, craft items, and soooooooo much more! Enjoy!
Using Selvage Edges for CraftsInstead of throwing away the selvage edges you cut off fabric, use them to make items such as The Selvage Queen Teddy Bear. There are many other items you can make -- quilt blocks, tote bags, quilt borders, just use your imagination.
Working with Dark Colored YarnsI am the owner of a Yahoo craft group and help to lead a local community craft group in Frankfort, Kentucky. In our area group and on our web site, we always try to help each other make projects become a little more enjoyable to make.