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Making Chicken Broth From Rotisserie ChickensOnce you have eaten most of a rotisserie chicken, its time to make chicken broth. you can remove most of the leftover meat. Then either roast the bones first or just add the bones to a pot of water and make a broth.
Using Fleece for CurtainsYou can use polar fleece for curtains. Fleece throw are often inexpensive and they can cover and insulate a window or doorway.
Bread/Baked Goods Not Rising?When your dough is too warm or not warm enough, you can have trouble with your bread rising. The dough may have sat too long or not long enough to rise properly.
French Onion ChickenThis recipe has only 5 actual ingredients (minus the spices), 6 if you like it a bit thicker by adding spuds. It is delish!
Crafty Pea TrellisI'm a fan of sugar snap and snow peas. I've seen all sorts of trellises for vining plants like these. Most are some variation of cedar lattice or pipes and wires. I wanted something I could compost with the leaf matter at the end of the season. With a very few durable pieces I could disassemble and reuse. I came up with this design based on what I had in my garage and scrap wood pile.
Puppy Recovering from Parvo Can't Walk?I have a pup with parvo. I took her to vet and got her IVs and injectable meds. 6 days passed and she recovered, slowly drinking by her own, eating little by little and now she's on oral supportive medication. She is also on meds for deworming, but I notice she has trouble walking. She can stand, but not walk. Is she still on her recovery phase?
Presser Foot on Singer Won't Move?How do I repair the presser foot on my Singer 360? It does not move when I flip the lever down.
Black Dye Transferred in the Wash?I usually wash different colored jeans separately, but didn't this time. I washed a new pair of black jeans with bleach-washed blue jeans and now the blue jeans have black dye on them everywhere. Anyone have any great tricks to remove the black dye from the blue jeans? I am trying hard to save them.
Identifying an Antique Table?Any idea what kind of table this is and the age? This has passed through a few family members. I am trying to find out its origin. The only markings I see are on the underside. The number 1414 and then below that 15. I'm not sure where it was purchased into our family, but most likely in Michigan in the last 20 years.