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Berger Blanc Suisse PhotosThese beautiful white Swiss dogs have the same origin as both the White Shepherd and the German Shepherd. This page contains photos of Berger Blanc Suisse dogs.
How to Clean a Room Air ConditionerStagnant water can let mold grow and cause the air conditioner to blow unhealthy, smelly air. Be sure to check your warranty before cleaning your AC unit. This page is about how to clean a room air conditioner.
Basket of Encouragement Ideas for a Cancer Patient?Preparing a thoughtful gift basket for someone with serious health issues can bring smiles and inspiration. This page contains basket of encouragement ideas for a cancer patient.
Barrilla's Piccolini Pasta ReviewThese fun, mini versions of the most popular pasta shapes are a good alternative in many recipes. They are a great size for small children too. This page contains a Barrilla's Piccolini pasta review.
Refurbishing a Fiberglass TubThere are fiberglass repair kits available at a home improvement or a boating store. This is a page about refurbishing a fiberglass tub.
Basic Whole Wheat Oatmeal QuickbreadA healthy, dense loaf of bread can be made quickly. Here is a recipe for basic whole wheat oatmeal quickbread.
Helping an Older Dog With Severe Anxiety Issues?Keeping your mature dog secure and comfortable is important. A visit to the vet may help you know what the problem is, and how you can help. This page is about helping an older dog with severe anxiety issues.
Roasted Veggie Melt SandwichI love patty melt sandwiches, but sometimes I just crave a bunch of veggies in my sandwich instead. This is an easy, hot and melty sandwich to make, and great for when you've got to get rid of some odds-and-ends veggies sitting around. You can replace any of these vegetables with whatever you happen to have on hand. I used my toaster oven to roast these veggies.
Japanese Style Beef and OnionsThis is a family recipe which was derived from a Northern Japanese post World War II era recipe. It is said that American troops ate a lot of beef at their bases in Northern Japan. The Japanese up there were poor after the war, but they could afford to buy leftover bits and pieces of beef from the Americans. They grew a massive amount of onions up there, and that is how this recipe came to be.