Enjoy homemade soup weeks/months after making a large batch by freezing in zippered plastic bags
cook eggs in muffin tin! for making a big batch of egg mcmuffin-style sandwiches suitable for freezing ~ 8-18-11 ~ this worked GREAT!
Stove top Christmas scent! One batch stays good for weeks, you just add water and heat it on low whenever you want it (WILL BE MAKING THIS
Stove top Christmas scent! One batch stays good for weeks, you just add water and heat it on low whenever you want it (WILL BE MAKING THIS CHRISTMAS!)
Making a Soccerball out of Plastic Bags: Video of a child in Africa manufacturing a soccer ball from plastic bags and string. Featured in a
Creative & Writing
Making 'fabric' by fusing plastic bags (plus links to many other tutorials)
Stove top Christmas scent! One batch stays good for weeks, you just add water and heat it on low whenever you want it (WILL BE MAKING THIS CHRISTMAS!) - Click image to find more Home Decor Pinterest pins
Zippered Plastic Bags as Manual Storage - Put instructions in bags and tape them to the backs of the corresponding appliances.
We love soup, especially in the fall and winter months. I love to make this Homemade Bread Bowls Recipe to go with some of our favorite soup recipes.
Recipes and Food
This is a guide about canning fresh salsa. Store bought salsa is never as good as what you can make at home. By making a large batch and
Homemade onion soup mix! I use this stuff in lots of recipes and look forward to making it in bulk to save a little money.
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After Christmas, when the cold dark days of Winter arrive...I'm making this soup!
Homemade Marinara Sauce - No unnecessary added sugar like jarred sauces, by far the best and easiest spaghetti sauce to make with just 6 simple ingredients - can be refrigerated up to 2 weeks or frozen for up to 3 months.
I've made this.., it turned out pretty good although I like my wine sweet, great conversation starter when you have guests over, Let them try a glass and see what they think. ~ Making homemade wine from grape juice is quite simple, and requires very inexpensive supplies. The following is a step-by-step on making homemade wine from frozen non-citrus juice concentrates. The neat thing about making wine from concentrates is the consistency of the flavor, and the variety of tasty wines you can produce. Local markets stock a great variety of frozen juice concentrates these days that can make a delicious inexpensive wine. For a red wine choose purple grape, pomegranate, cherry or strawberry juice, and for a white wine choose a white grape, pineapple, mango or apple juice. Frozen juice wines taste very good and mature with pretty high alcohol content for just a few dollars a bottle. With the many new flavors on the shelves, you could try several blends for a wonderful and tasty wine- yum… Gather all these ingredients: 3 cups white granulated sugar 1 packet bread-making yeast 1 can frozen juice concentrate (non-citrus) Water Clean gallon jug Balloon Rubber band Small funnel Follow these simple steps: Defrost the frozen juice by letting the container sit in a bowl of warm water for an hour. Purify a gallon milk jug with bleach and rinse very well. Pour the yeast, sugar and concentrated juice into the milk jug with the funnel. Shake the ingredients together. Fill the rest of the milk jug with warm (not hot!) water. This will activate the yeast. Put the lid on the jug and shake the ingredients together. Then take off the lid. Slide the balloon over the top of the milk jug and wrap the rubber band around the neck of the milk jug and the balloon to secure the balloon through the fermentation and wine-making process. Set the wine in a dark, warm place, at around 70 degrees. The balloon will fill with gases as the juice ferments. This is how you know the process is working. After three to 6 weeks the balloon will deflate and the process is complete. If you see sediment that you would rather not keep, pour your homemade wine into a bottle using a small funnel and a coffee filter to clarify- enjoy
making rope out of dead plants...I tried this with strips of plastic bags..it works
Crock Pot Lasagna Soup ~ creamy, rich, cheesy and just like a homemade lasagna – without all the layering and work that comes with making a lasagna!
Large Charm Hobo Handbag. I had this in my wish list for a few weeks, reading reviews and checking into other bags. I bought this Wednesday
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“What I have made is a compost heater, inside a wheelie bin with 20 mm poly pipe coiled around the outside wall of a pipe – about 8 metres in each bin.” he says. “A few years ago I helped build a large compost heap that had about 300 meters of 25mm rural pipe going through it. After 4 weeks this system was providing enough hot water for 35 people to wash up and shower with. I was there for 3 months and we kept adding compost onto the heap and it worked the whole time I was there, eventuall...
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My next kitchen purchase-- I hate throwing away all those plastic bags after using them for less than an hour.
Recipe for Mexican Vegetable Soup - This is my go-to soup recipe. My family has been making it for years and it instantly makes me feel like I’m living back in Mexico City. Hope all of you enjoy it as much as I do!
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