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Chicken Crunch CasseroleIn 9x13 inch pan, layer frozen broccoli and cooked chicken. Combine soup, milk, cheese and chips. Spoon sauce over broccoli and chicken.
Coconut Macadamia DropsQuick and oh, so easy and definitely good. This is a last minute recipe cause only takes about fifteen minutes.
Mexi Corn SaladNot the usual corn salad, but one with a Mexican flavor, can be made into a dip also. In a bowl mix the corn, mayo, onion and cheese. Just before serving, top with slightly crushed chili corn chips (Fritos)
Banana Kebabs in ChutneyYummy curry to eat with rice or roti. Boil, peel and grate the bananas. Chop all the greens fine. Add all the greens to the grated bananas and mix well.
Continental CoffeeCombine all ingredients. Store in covered container. Use 3-4 heaping teaspoons per cup. Add hot water and stir.
Eggs in Potato PocketsPrepare potatoes as directed on package. Mix in onion, pimiento and pepper. Spread in greased shallow 2 1/2 qt baking dish. Break eggs into 1/2 inch depressions in potatoes.
Stuffed MeatloafMix together ground turkey, bread crumbs, carrots, onion, eggs and butter. Add milk, salt and pepper. Mix lightly but well. Put some of meat mixture in bottom of baking dish.
Rhubarb Upside-Down CakeGrease and flour a 9x13 inch cake pan. Evenly layer 5 cups diced rhubarb in pan. Sprinkle 2 cups sugar over rhubarb. Sprinkle dry gelatin over the sugar and rhubarb layers.
Versatile Vegetable Beef Soup (Freezer Meal)Another soup that can be mixed and matched with different additions. Cut the stew beef into bite size pieces. Brown the meat thoroughly, crumbling the hamburger into bite size or smaller pieces.
Fresh Vegetable SaladCut up cauliflower and broccoli and sliced carrots in bowl. Pour dressing over vegetables and serve.
Cherry BarsCream margarine until soft; blend in sugar and then add eggs one at a time, beating well. Add vanilla. Add flour and beat well. Spread 3/4 of this batter onto lightly greased cookie sheet.
Scenery: Leaf Imprint in IceLeaf imprint left after the heat from the sun on the leaf melted the ice below.
"Whipped Cream" Substitute ToppingSomeone requested what to use as a heavy cream substitute so thought maybe I should share the tip with everyone.
Sheba (Pitbull)Sheba is 3 years old. She is a full Pitbull. We got her when she was 6 months old. She likes to run, run, run and to play in water. We love her very much, she's a friendly dog.
Making Fleece ThrowsI used to be 5 foot 6 inches, but now I am possibly 5 foot 4 inches since I got old and started shrinking. I have always had trouble with the fleece throws you buy at the store. Most are not long enough for me, let alone my tall son or my daughter-in-law.
Don't Sweat the Small StuffWhen stress, work, and worry build up, don't rely on expensive spa treatments for relief. There are many inexpensive, even free, ways to relieve daily tensions and add an extra bounce to your step.
Getting Organized for the New YearHere are some tips for getting organized for the New Year:
Fancee (Pekingese Mix)Fancee is about 5 years old. She is a mix - possibly pek and border collie she weighs about 12 lbs short and stocky like a pek, but looks exactly like a border collie, only short! I got her on a online pet rescue.
Label Clothes Size on Children's HangersBecause my kids grow so fast, we always end up with several sizes of clothes in circulation at any one time. So in my children's closets I added labels on the hangers of all their clothes with the size printed on it.
Freeze Your Ham Bone for SoupWhen cooking a ham for the holidays and you've eaten all the meat, save the ham bone to freeze. Later you can pull it out of your freezer, throw in some beans with your frozen bone, and make a nice soup.
Store Necklaces Inside a StrawWhen going on a trip, this is a good way to keep your necklaces from getting all tangled and knotted. Put the chains down a straw. In the top of the straw, make a small slit to hook the top of necklace to keep it in place.
Fabric LettersThese DREAM alphas were made from an old shirt I liked the print too well to toss it into the "rag bag".
Recycled Vintage PillowA wonderful way to use scraps of beautiful linens, handed down or found while treasure hunting!
Removing Grease from Painted SurfacesIf you are trying to clean cooking grease from a painted wall or stained or painted cabinet, here's my experience.
Orange Slices Dusted With CinnamonMy Spanish sister-in-law served orange slices dusted with cinnamon at a holiday breakfast. It' s good and so easy. She says her mother used to do it back in Spain.
Replacement Control for Biddeford Electric BlanketI have a Biddeford electric, queen size blanket. I need a control for it.
Reviews of the Windshield Cleaner WandI'm thinking about purchasing the Windshield Cleaner Wand that has been advertised on TV. The inside of the windshield is very difficult to clean, at least for me.
Brining Pork Chops in Soda PopCan I brine pork chops in soda pop? And if so for how long?
Substitute for Dryel Spray Starch AlternativeI've noticed that all my local stores have stopped selling Dryel Spray Starch Alternative. I tried to find it on their website and it's not even listed for purchase.
Can anyone tell me an alternative to use, to iron my work clothing with?
Washer Fast Spin Cycle Not WorkingMy washing machine no longer has "fast spin" in final cycle. What would cause this and is it repairable?
Making Crystallized GingerDoes anyone know how to make crystallized ginger? It's very difficult to find at the grocery stores in my area. I've checked the Asian food aisles as well as the produce aisles with no luck.
Refreshing Unpopped PopcornHow do I refresh older popcorn, before popping?
Programming a Sask-tel Atlas 5 Universal RemoteDoes anyone have a code from a Curtis LCD 1924 TV that will work with a Sask-tel Atlas 5 universal remote?
Musty Smell on Dry Clean Only ClothesHow do you remove a musty smell from dry clean only clothes?
Using Juice from Dill PicklesDoes anyone know of uses for dill pickle juice after the pickles are gone? I eat a lot of dill pickles and always hate to throw the juice away.
Looking for Cheap, Used T-shirtsI've been crafting and creating with old t-shirts. I've been getting lots from my friends and families but resources are running thin. I've also bought some from my local thrift shops.
Wooden Clothespins for CraftsWhere can I find 1 inch wide, wooden clothespins to paint and use for crafts?
Homemade Charging StationHas anyone made their own electronics charging station?
Name Ideas for an Online Clothing StoreI just opened an online retail store for men's clothing. I am looking for some ideas for my business name. Thank you.
Child's Crochet Hat PatternDoes anyone know where I can get a pattern for a child"s crocheted hat?
Removing Paint from Hands
How do you remove paint from your hands?
Alternative to Print Shop SoftwareI am at wits end with my "last" Broderbund Print Shop Publishing software. I have kept with PS for the past 10 years, but always have it "poop" out on me after about 3-4 years. It just goes haywire and I have to upgrade.
Solutions for Over Processed HairI just received a Wave Nuevo and I had one previously with no problems, but I changed beauticians and my hair has been falling out every day. I don't know what she did to my hair and I don't know how long this is going to go on.
Bleeding Sores from IncontinenceMy mom has Alzheimer's and is incontinent. She gets bleeding sores on her cheek area. She wears a Depend pull up and a Poise pad.
Making Sure Pet's Shots are Up to DateWe inherited a 10 year old Lhasa Apso and we don't have any health records on her. She was transported by air between states 3 years ago, so we know her health records were up to date at that point. What do we need to do to have her legal in Florida now?