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31 Things You Can Freeze To Save Time and Money! - One Good Thing by Jillee

31 Things You Can Freeze To Save Time and Money! - One Good Thing by Jillee
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5-Minute Quinoa Recipes By What To Eat Published Sep 16, 2014 Today’s guest blogger is Food Network star Melissa d’Arabian, who joins Recipe Rehab and Everyday Health for the Brown Bag Challenge! Quinoa is a little like kale — it raced into our lives with flourish and fanfare, and we went from not being able to pronounce quinoa to it being available at even small neighborhood grocery stores. What’s so great about quinoa? Here’s the plan: Make a large batch of plain quinoa and then keep it in the fridge, cooked and ready to go for super easy recipes all week (because if brown-bagging is a huge hassle, you might give up after a day or two, which I don’t want!). Now that you have your quinoa ready to go, you are less than five minutes away from any of the following portable lunch ideas:

Great Recycled Craft- Yarn Wrapped Bottles with Decoupage! Do you like to craft with recycled items? I have huge collections of glass bottles in my storage because I never know what might come to mind. And there is nothing better than free craft supplies! A bright sunny project for a warm summer day. For this project I used: 3 Glass Snapple Bottles (cleaned) Yarn in three colors Decorative Napkins Mod Podge (Matte) White glue Silk Flowers Start at the bottom of the bottle, adding white glue and then wrapping it with yarn. Keep wrapping and gluing the yarn until you get all the way to the top. I used an off white yarn, bright green, and blue. Select a pattern from some designer napkins. Paint the section of the bottle that will have the design on it with a good coating of Mod Podge, and then press the design onto it. Here is the white bottle sitting to dry. I found that the lighter colored yarn had a neater effect, but they all came out pretty. The final touch was to add pretty ribbons to the tops of the jars and add some silk flowers.

Easy Roast Chicken Print Friendly Version Bookmark It! Print Friendly Version Log in to bookmark! Photo by: AlwaysButter.com Description This is what you do with that value pack :) Details Ingredients Related Tips 1 whole free-range or corn fed chicken, broken down into 8 pieces (or 8 of your favorite chicken pieces, skin on and bone- in preferable) 2 tbsp soy sauce 1 tbsp light brown sugar 2 tbsp red wine vinegar 3 tbsp olive oil 4 shallots, chopped 2 cloves of garlic, minced Handful of fresh parsley Salt and Pepper Directions 1. 2. 3. 4. submitted by AlwaysButter - much more here! How We Plant a Tomato Love Apple Farm's tomato plant sale will be held at 5311 Scotts Valley Drive in Scotts Valley (near Santa Cruz, CA) and will begin on Saturday, March 28, 2015 and continue EACH day until the end of May. How do we plant a tomato, you might ask? With a ridiculous amount of stuff in the hole, is the answer. I think they're just either too overwhelmed by the real stuff we put in there, or they actually believe we're throwing in a sink. This is how we plant a tomato. We started this beauty in our heated greenhouse in late January. The tomatoes are placed three feet apart. We get them from the restaurant we grow for, Manresa. If you're reticent to put the fish head in the hole, or simply can't get your mitts on any, we recommend using fish meal as a substitute. The next thing that goes into the hole are a couple of aspirin tablets and some crushed chicken egg shells. The aspirin is to help jump start the plant's immune system. Bone meal is the next to go into the hole. Good luck, folks!

Tacos de Canasta Filled with Spicy Potatoes and Cheese – Hispanic Kitchen 1/3 cup cilantro, chopped 2 Roma tomatoes, sliced or diced 4 cups shredded lettuce 1 cup your favorite salsa Directions: 1. Preheat broiler to high for 5 minutes. Add poblano pepper to baking sheet and cook under the broiler for 5 to 6 minutes per side. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. How to print pictures on wood. Wax Paper transfer. I’m funny. Sometimes ha-ha funny, sometimes left-out-of-the-fridge-too-long funny. But as we all know, there are times for funny and times for seriousness. This is one such time. So this post will involve no funny. Because the information I’m about to introduce you to deserves a reverence that can’t be accomplished when diluted with hilarious jokes or cutting sarcasm. I’m going to teach you how to transfer any photograph or picture onto wood. You don’t know it yet, but this is the greatest day of your life. A couple of weeks ago I decided I wanted to try making something but it involved transferring a photo onto wood so I did a little research. So I kept looking for a cheaper (don’t have to buy anything) and simpler solution. It was the perfect solution and it works GREAT. All you need is a printer, a roll of waxed paper and a dream. That’s right. Cut a few sheets of wax paper to the size of a standard piece of printer paper. Find a smooth, light coloured piece of wood. You’ll be stunned.

Classic Shrimp Recipes Take a Turn on the Grill Put a summer spin on some of your favorite shrimp dishes like shrimp cocktail, shrimp scampi and more recipes that feel like they were made just for the grill. 1. Grilled Shrimp with Grilled Tomato Cocktail Sauce Take this classic party starter outdoors and onto the grill. Grilled tomatoes, onions and lemons serve as the smoky base for a homemade cocktail sauce that’s blended with Worcestershire sauce, honey, horseradish and hot sauce until smooth. Whether you serve the sauce warm or at room temperature alongside simply charred shrimp, the dish is perfect for a crowd. 2. 3. 4. Get More Classic Shrimp Recipes, on the GrillSeafood Favorites for Summer

Easy-to-Maintain Lawns and Ground Covers Caring for a traditional lawn is one of the most time-consuming tasks during the growing season. Mowing, hand-trimming, weeding, fertilizing and watering take patience and time. But there are easier ways to obtain a great look for your front yard with less time spent performing those routine chores. Lawn Plan The kind of grass you plant will determine how much attention you need to give it. Also, your climate will dictate certain choices as well. There are lots of benefits to planting a mix of grasses. Alternative Ground Covers Alternative ground covers are perfect for spots that are nearly inaccessible for the lawnmower, like rocky sites or sloped areas, but consider them for the other areas of your yard as well. TIP: Our expert gardening advisor Rachel Klein adds, "A recent movement advocates growing weeds instead of turf as a lawn. Lilly-of-the-Valley - There are many beautiful low-maintenance ground covers. Traditional Lawn If you are loyal to your sod or traditional green grass.

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