Use a Power Drill with a 5/8th in. bit to core the apples and then bake. Visit my blog for more dutch oven cooking : jpodbuild.wordpress.com
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I love fruit. I really love Cuties during the winter months. I eat up to four a day. I have been throwing the orange peels into the compost bin all winter. I peeled one last week while driving around and left the peel on the floorboard and forgot to grab it as I got out. The next day, my truck smelled very pleasant, so that got me thinking about other uses for the peel. I hit the world wide web and came up with this:
Its dead winter, but it is always a good time for ice cream! I find that we carry less ice cream in the freezer during winter months, but there are those cravings that come along.
makeanelectrolytedrinkforchildren-main_fullThis recent disaster in Haiti has got me thinking. One of the big problems in natural disasters is lack of simple medical care. Electrolyte drinks are needed to replace fluids after diarrhea, vomiting and certain injuries.
Save money with this less expensive substitute. If you have any left over, pop it into the freezer to use later.
I was not a real fan of sweet potato until my wife made them into fries. Now this a good eats! I asked her to send over the recipe, so I hope you enjoy!
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Most people don’t realize that their peelers get dull over time. Most people also dont know that you can sharpen them with a simple paring knife. With a simple metal to metal action shown in the video you can sharpen you peelers so they are much more user friendly. Once I saw the video, I tried it and noticed an obvious difference.
Have you ever been out of eggs in the middle of making some cookies or other favorite recipe? Well, no need to fret. If the recipe only calls for 1 or 2 eggs, you can just add a few tablespoons of water or milk. You can easily substitute common items you have on hand from the pantry also.
Here is a recipe to make your own Borden’s Sweetened Condensed Milk
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If you hate the mess popsicles make when your kids eat them, these are for you! And, they are inexpensive too! The magic is the gelatin in the Jello. Isn’t Jello great! Good luck keeping them in stock! Jello Popsicles 1 (3 ounce) package Jello, any flavor 1 (.14 ounce) package unsweetened Kool-Aid 1/2 to