Grilled cabbage. If you have never had it  grilled you are missing out! Cut a head into 4~6 peices, put each on a piece of foil add a by astamm
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astamm Grilled cabbage. If you have never had it grilled you are missing out! Cut a head into 4~6 peices, put each on a piece of foil add a
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Grilled cabbage. If you have never had it  grilled you are missing out! Cut a head into 4~6 peices, put each on a piece of foil add a by bonnie.coder
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bonnie.coder Grilled cabbage. If you have never had it grilled you are missing out! Cut a head into 4~6 peices, put each on a piece of foil add a
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Need to try! Grilled cabbage. If you have never had it grilled you are missing out! Cut a head into 4~6 peices, put each on a piece of foil add a couple spoonfuls of butter, and top with bacon if desired. I also season it with season salt. by santeesa
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santeesa Need to try! Grilled cabbage. If you have never had it grilled you are missing out! Cut a head into 4~6 peices, put each on a piece of foil add a couple spoonfuls of butter, and top with bacon if desired. I also season it with season salt.
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Grilled cabbage. If you have never had it grilled you are missing out! Cut a head into 4~6 peices, put each on a piece of foil add a couple spoonfuls of butter, and top with bacon if desired. I also season it with season salt. by soneat
soneat
soneat Grilled cabbage. If you have never had it grilled you are missing out! Cut a head into 4~6 peices, put each on a piece of foil add a couple spoonfuls of butter, and top with bacon if desired. I also season it with season salt.
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Classic Southern Caramel Cake...if you have never had this, you are missing out. by serena
serena
serena Classic Southern Caramel Cake...if you have never had this, you are missing out.
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Homemade Little Debbie Cosmic Brownies - If you've never had a Cosmic Brownie, you've been missing out! And if you have, then you know how dangerously good it is to be able to make them at home! by serena
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serena Homemade Little Debbie Cosmic Brownies - If you've never had a Cosmic Brownie, you've been missing out! And if you have, then you know how dangerously good it is to be able to make them at home!
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St. Louis Gooey Butter Cake.....if you've never had it, you have no idea what you are missing!!! by santeesa
santeesa
santeesa St. Louis Gooey Butter Cake.....if you've never had it, you have no idea what you are missing!!!
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Pearls never go out of style, but add charms to a bracelet, and you have a powerful statement piece! by lajgriffin
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lajgriffin Pearls never go out of style, but add charms to a bracelet, and you have a powerful statement piece!
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Hmmm might have to try this one!   
-----"If you’ve never done this before, you are seriously missing out. Grapefruit is good but broiled by susanna
susanna
susanna Hmmm might have to try this one! -----"If you’ve never done this before, you are seriously missing out. Grapefruit is good but broiled
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put dots on cut out fish, add paper clip and have kids "fish"...  pick two and then have the kids add the numbers together by serena
serena
serena put dots on cut out fish, add paper clip and have kids "fish"... pick two and then have the kids add the numbers together
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IN-N-OUT CHEESEBURGER  Recipe adapted from: Skinny Kitchen.    For those that have not had these burgers...you are missing out! I am so excited to have found this recipe! I hope it tastes just as good!! by Lissa BEAVER
Lissa BEAVER
Lissa BEAVER IN-N-OUT CHEESEBURGER Recipe adapted from: Skinny Kitchen. For those that have not had these burgers...you are missing out! I am so excited to have found this recipe! I hope it tastes just as good!!
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The BEST pork loin recipe ever!! Put pork in CrockPot, sprinkle one pack of dry onion soup mix over top, spoon out 1 can whole cranberry cranberry sauce over top. Cook on low 6-8 hours!! Yum-O!! (I usually add about a 1/4 cup water also, but you don't have to!) by stacey
stacey
stacey The BEST pork loin recipe ever!! Put pork in CrockPot, sprinkle one pack of dry onion soup mix over top, spoon out 1 can whole cranberry cranberry sauce over top. Cook on low 6-8 hours!! Yum-O!! (I usually add about a 1/4 cup water also, but you don't have to!)
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Take an old bookshelf, put wainscoating on the back, and add a piece of molding...paint it the color you prefer and you have a new, updated bookshelf. by Jessilia
Jessilia
Jessilia Take an old bookshelf, put wainscoating on the back, and add a piece of molding...paint it the color you prefer and you have a new, updated bookshelf.
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Play Room. Great for sending messages! Imagine if you cut out the wall and had a mail box on each side.. So cute! by noemi
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noemi Play Room. Great for sending messages! Imagine if you cut out the wall and had a mail box on each side.. So cute!
Cutsie Patootsies
Cut rectangle shapes from scraps  2.  Round the corners  3.  Cut another piece 1/3 of the size of original rectangle  4.  Ink edges and add pop dots to center pieces  5.  Use sharpie to make black dots and smiley face on center.  6.  Finish and there you have it ..... your very own band-aids. by karen.x
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karen.x Cut rectangle shapes from scraps 2. Round the corners 3. Cut another piece 1/3 of the size of original rectangle 4. Ink edges and add pop dots to center pieces 5. Use sharpie to make black dots and smiley face on center. 6. Finish and there you have it ..... your very own band-aids.
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Cut rectangle shapes from scraps  2.  Round the corners  3.  Cut another piece 1/3 of the size of original rectangle  4.  Ink edges and add pop dots to center pieces  5.  Use sharpie to make black dots and smiley face on center.  6.  Finish and there you have it ..... your very own band-aids. by GIRITALY
GIRITALY
GIRITALY Cut rectangle shapes from scraps 2. Round the corners 3. Cut another piece 1/3 of the size of original rectangle 4. Ink edges and add pop dots to center pieces 5. Use sharpie to make black dots and smiley face on center. 6. Finish and there you have it ..... your very own band-aids.
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Dutch design firm Elroy Klee built these handmade LEGO "wigs" out of monochromatic bricks, customizing each piece to the models head, who then had to balance the work carefully on their heads for the photo shoot. by milagros
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milagros Dutch design firm Elroy Klee built these handmade LEGO "wigs" out of monochromatic bricks, customizing each piece to the models head, who then had to balance the work carefully on their heads for the photo shoot.
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You'll be missing out if you don't add the silver druzy asymmetricalheart necklace to your jewelry collection. Hanging from a modest cablechain, the warped heart pendant is a lovely piece. The necklace fastenswith a lobster claw closure. $90.00 by Max & Chloe
Max & Chloe
Max & Chloe You'll be missing out if you don't add the silver druzy asymmetricalheart necklace to your jewelry collection. Hanging from a modest cablechain, the warped heart pendant is a lovely piece. The necklace fastenswith a lobster claw closure. $90.00
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#DIY #Faux-fur vest!!    Here’s what you’ll need:    * 1-2 yards of Faux Fur   * Measuring tape   * Pen  * Scissors  * Needle and thread       Step 1:  Lay your fabric stretched out on the ground…   (To make this vest appear asymmetrical, keep the width longer than the length.)   Step 2:  Measure your shoulders across your back from bone to bone and fold fur inwards according to your shoulder measurements.  Step 3:  About 6-12in. down from the top (according to how much of a collar you want) cut out arm holes in the shape of an upside down tear drop.   Step 4:  Now you will work with the collar, you will want to fold the designated material in half and add a few stiches in each side and down the middle to keep the material folded down!  and there you have it!       tip: if you want to cinch the waist to create a more flattering look, use a ribbon to dress up the vest or a belt to dress it down!   xo-the brunette
#DIY by betty
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betty #DIY #Faux-fur vest!! Here’s what you’ll need: * 1-2 yards of Faux Fur * Measuring tape * Pen * Scissors * Needle and thread Step 1: Lay your fabric stretched out on the ground… (To make this vest appear asymmetrical, keep the width longer than the length.) Step 2: Measure your shoulders across your back from bone to bone and fold fur inwards according to your shoulder measurements. Step 3: About 6-12in. down from the top (according to how much of a collar you want) cut out arm holes in the shape of an upside down tear drop. Step 4: Now you will work with the collar, you will want to fold the designated material in half and add a few stiches in each side and down the middle to keep the material folded down! and there you have it! tip: if you want to cinch the waist to create a more flattering look, use a ribbon to dress up the vest or a belt to dress it down! xo-the brunette #DIY
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Yum! Grilled Pasta Packets! Now who would have thought you could do these in foil packets? Recipe serves 6 and would be a great upscale treat for the campsite! by anadaniela
anadaniela
anadaniela Yum! Grilled Pasta Packets! Now who would have thought you could do these in foil packets? Recipe serves 6 and would be a great upscale treat for the campsite!
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SUB PLANS: In your sub binder put the book "Miss Nelson is Missing" and have the substitute read the book to your class. Have the children then write a story about where they think you are while you are out from school. I can only imagine how funny and creative these stories will be! by TiffyJean
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TiffyJean SUB PLANS: In your sub binder put the book "Miss Nelson is Missing" and have the substitute read the book to your class. Have the children then write a story about where they think you are while you are out from school. I can only imagine how funny and creative these stories will be!
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I never knew...wow!  Cover each potato in aluminum foil and place in a crock-pot.  Easy way to have baked potatoes ready when you get home by hirashree
hirashree
hirashree I never knew...wow! Cover each potato in aluminum foil and place in a crock-pot. Easy way to have baked potatoes ready when you get home
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Do you have any Puzzles with Missing  Pieces?  Check out this Google Hangout on Air with 6 Kids Bloggers with some amazing ideas for reusing them!  Summer Projects here we come! by minnie
minnie
minnie Do you have any Puzzles with Missing Pieces? Check out this Google Hangout on Air with 6 Kids Bloggers with some amazing ideas for reusing them! Summer Projects here we come!
For The Children
BUTTER BOILED CORN ON THE COB!! Fill pot with water then add measurements of salted butter and milk. Put ears of corn in, turn heat to low  simmer. It will be the best corn on the cob you have ever had!!! by J.H.
J.H.
J.H. BUTTER BOILED CORN ON THE COB!! Fill pot with water then add measurements of salted butter and milk. Put ears of corn in, turn heat to low simmer. It will be the best corn on the cob you have ever had!!!
Side Dishes
~Best Broccoli Recipe Ever~ -You preheat the oven to 425. -Take 4 to 5 pounds of dry broccoli and put it on a foil covered baking sheet. -Toss with olive oil & salt and pepper. -Add 6 garlic cloves that are peeled and sliced and toss them in. Roast in the oven 20 to 25 minutes until “crisp-tender and the tips of some of the florets are browned.” squeeze a lemon all over the broccoli.-Add some more olive oil, -And 1/3 cup of freshly grated Parmesan cheese -Toss it all gently. by Kelly Something
Kelly Something
Kelly Something ~Best Broccoli Recipe Ever~ -You preheat the oven to 425. -Take 4 to 5 pounds of dry broccoli and put it on a foil covered baking sheet. -Toss with olive oil & salt and pepper. -Add 6 garlic cloves that are peeled and sliced and toss them in. Roast in the oven 20 to 25 minutes until “crisp-tender and the tips of some of the florets are browned.” squeeze a lemon all over the broccoli.-Add some more olive oil, -And 1/3 cup of freshly grated Parmesan cheese -Toss it all gently.
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Birthday Party Cowboy Cutouts Martha Stewart: These fun and simple cutouts add instant charm to any party. And, you can easily tailor them to any party theme. In addition to making a cowboy, try making clowns, animals, or superheroes. Then, frame pictures of your favorite cowboy or cowgirl using a a "Wanted" poster clip art or parchment paper clip art.  Tools and Materials: Heavy-duty cardboard (see step 2 below for size)  Colored papers, for "clothing"  Matte knife,   Zip ties,   Broom handle,   Block of wood (for cutout stand), optional,   Bandanna, optional,   Gloves, optional,   Belt buckle, optional,   Cowboy boots, optional. Cowboy Cutouts How-To: 1. Glue colored papers on top of a sheet of heavy-duty cardboard to create a "shirt" and "pants." 2. Have someone lie down on a piece of cardboard and use a marker to trace around the body, not including the head or extremities.  3. Use matte knife to cut out the shape. 4. Make two sets of holes in the "collar" and "belt buckle" area. Thread zip ties in the holes and attach the cutout to a broom handle. 5. Stick the cutout in the block of wood, in front of a bale of hay, or in your lawn. Dress your cutout by tying on a bandanna, adding gardening gloves, attaching a belt buckle, and putting on boots. Building Cutouts: Make your own Old West town with building cutouts for a:  Blacksmith (front and back) (first floor and second floor) Hotel (first floor and second floor)  Saloon (first floor and second floor)  Sheriff (front and back) (first floor and second floor) General store (first floor and second floor)  Each building will need two 4-by-8-foot pieces of cardboard and two 52-inch cardboard poster tubes to support the awning. Also, give your buildings extra Old West charm with this wood grain clip art... TNT Candy Sticks: These adorable treats resemble sticks of dynamite. They are the perfect party treat or favor for an Old West-themed birthday celebration. Ingredients:   Seven 5-inch red stick candies (dylanscandybar.com)  Black licorice (licoriceinternational.com)  Directions:   Take the red stick candies and place them together in a bundle. Cut a 7-inch piece of black licorice candy. Sandwich the piece of licorice, with one end extending, inside the bundle of stick candy. Cut about a 22-inch piece of black licorice and wrap it around the bundle of stick candy. Tie the black licorice so the candy bundle stays in place. Cut off loose end of licorice to desired length for the "fuse." by BKovats
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BKovats Birthday Party Cowboy Cutouts Martha Stewart: These fun and simple cutouts add instant charm to any party. And, you can easily tailor them to any party theme. In addition to making a cowboy, try making clowns, animals, or superheroes. Then, frame pictures of your favorite cowboy or cowgirl using a a "Wanted" poster clip art or parchment paper clip art. Tools and Materials: Heavy-duty cardboard (see step 2 below for size) Colored papers, for "clothing" Matte knife, Zip ties, Broom handle, Block of wood (for cutout stand), optional, Bandanna, optional, Gloves, optional, Belt buckle, optional, Cowboy boots, optional. Cowboy Cutouts How-To: 1. Glue colored papers on top of a sheet of heavy-duty cardboard to create a "shirt" and "pants." 2. Have someone lie down on a piece of cardboard and use a marker to trace around the body, not including the head or extremities. 3. Use matte knife to cut out the shape. 4. Make two sets of holes in the "collar" and "belt buckle" area. Thread zip ties in the holes and attach the cutout to a broom handle. 5. Stick the cutout in the block of wood, in front of a bale of hay, or in your lawn. Dress your cutout by tying on a bandanna, adding gardening gloves, attaching a belt buckle, and putting on boots. Building Cutouts: Make your own Old West town with building cutouts for a: Blacksmith (front and back) (first floor and second floor) Hotel (first floor and second floor) Saloon (first floor and second floor) Sheriff (front and back) (first floor and second floor) General store (first floor and second floor) Each building will need two 4-by-8-foot pieces of cardboard and two 52-inch cardboard poster tubes to support the awning. Also, give your buildings extra Old West charm with this wood grain clip art... TNT Candy Sticks: These adorable treats resemble sticks of dynamite. They are the perfect party treat or favor for an Old West-themed birthday celebration. Ingredients: Seven 5-inch red stick candies (dylanscandybar.com) Black licorice (licoriceinternational.com) Directions: Take the red stick candies and place them together in a bundle. Cut a 7-inch piece of black licorice candy. Sandwich the piece of licorice, with one end extending, inside the bundle of stick candy. Cut about a 22-inch piece of black licorice and wrap it around the bundle of stick candy. Tie the black licorice so the candy bundle stays in place. Cut off loose end of licorice to desired length for the "fuse."
Daycare Crafts
Never had Kool-Aid Pie? You are missing out! Kool Aid, condensed milk & cool whip in a graham cracker crust!  AMAAAAZING! My favorite is orange (tastes like a creamsicle!) & lemon-lime tastes like Key Lime! NO KIDDING! by bowneh
bowneh
bowneh Never had Kool-Aid Pie? You are missing out! Kool Aid, condensed milk & cool whip in a graham cracker crust! AMAAAAZING! My favorite is orange (tastes like a creamsicle!) & lemon-lime tastes like Key Lime! NO KIDDING!
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When you want a cut up apple to pack in your lunch… cut up an apple and then put a rubber band around it to prevent it from turning brown! How have I never thought of this! by patrice
patrice
patrice When you want a cut up apple to pack in your lunch… cut up an apple and then put a rubber band around it to prevent it from turning brown! How have I never thought of this!
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Always have eggs in your fridge. You just never know when someone will split their head open, or cut their finger while cooking, and so on. See that membrane there? While the blood is gushing - hold pressure and crack open an egg. Peel that there membrane off and put it on the wound (continue holding pressure). The membrane will harden and keep the wound closed until you can get to the ER for stitches. If you even need them that is. Nature: 1, Band aids: 0 by dianne
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dianne Always have eggs in your fridge. You just never know when someone will split their head open, or cut their finger while cooking, and so on. See that membrane there? While the blood is gushing - hold pressure and crack open an egg. Peel that there membrane off and put it on the wound (continue holding pressure). The membrane will harden and keep the wound closed until you can get to the ER for stitches. If you even need them that is. Nature: 1, Band aids: 0
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Painting fabric furniture  Materials: 1 quart of latex satin paint in the color of your choice (I used Valspar Catwalk) 1 paint brush (3-4") 1 can white spray paint if you want to do the legs 2 large bottles of white school glue water a spray bottle extra fine sand paper furniture nails ( they come in packages of 25 for $1 at Lowes)  How to: 1. Clean furniture well of any dust or stains if there are any 2. Spray furniture down with water. You want it to be wet, but not soaked. 3. Mix 1:1 parts water and glue in an old bowl or cup 4. Mix 1:1 parts glue mixture and paint 5. Add in 1/2 the amount of water to the paint/glue mixture to water it down. So you want 2 parts paint mixture to 1 part water. 6. Paint your first coat on the furniture. It will be thin and the fabric will show through. Let dry. 7. Add 2 more coats, allowing each to dry between coats. 8. Once dry, sand with fine sand paper. Barely sand. Do NOT put pressure on it, as to remove the paint. This is what makes the paint soft. It will feel hard as a rock before this step, and then you won't be able to tell it's paint once you're done. 9. Paint the legs and add the furniture nails if you wanted to add them. To space the nails out evenly, I folded a piece of paper to about 1/2" and then taped it to make it stiff and used it as a spacer. LIGHTLY hammer in the nails. It is not necessary to pound them in. They will go in easily. If you pound them, it will dent and scratch the nail heads and will also cause them to go in crooked. Believe me, I threw about 3 away before I realized, a tap is all you need.   And that's it. Easy and cheap! by claudia
claudia
claudia Painting fabric furniture Materials: 1 quart of latex satin paint in the color of your choice (I used Valspar Catwalk) 1 paint brush (3-4") 1 can white spray paint if you want to do the legs 2 large bottles of white school glue water a spray bottle extra fine sand paper furniture nails ( they come in packages of 25 for $1 at Lowes) How to: 1. Clean furniture well of any dust or stains if there are any 2. Spray furniture down with water. You want it to be wet, but not soaked. 3. Mix 1:1 parts water and glue in an old bowl or cup 4. Mix 1:1 parts glue mixture and paint 5. Add in 1/2 the amount of water to the paint/glue mixture to water it down. So you want 2 parts paint mixture to 1 part water. 6. Paint your first coat on the furniture. It will be thin and the fabric will show through. Let dry. 7. Add 2 more coats, allowing each to dry between coats. 8. Once dry, sand with fine sand paper. Barely sand. Do NOT put pressure on it, as to remove the paint. This is what makes the paint soft. It will feel hard as a rock before this step, and then you won't be able to tell it's paint once you're done. 9. Paint the legs and add the furniture nails if you wanted to add them. To space the nails out evenly, I folded a piece of paper to about 1/2" and then taped it to make it stiff and used it as a spacer. LIGHTLY hammer in the nails. It is not necessary to pound them in. They will go in easily. If you pound them, it will dent and scratch the nail heads and will also cause them to go in crooked. Believe me, I threw about 3 away before I realized, a tap is all you need. And that's it. Easy and cheap!
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Take an old (or new $15 from WalMart) bookshelf, put wainscoating on the back, and add a piece of molding...paint it the color you prefer and you have a new, updated bookshelf. by Olive Oyl
Olive Oyl
Olive Oyl Take an old (or new $15 from WalMart) bookshelf, put wainscoating on the back, and add a piece of molding...paint it the color you prefer and you have a new, updated bookshelf.
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