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  1. Homesteading and gardening
    I uploaded this about nine minutes ago. youtube video: splitting cedar logs
  2. Health challenges
    I found an added benefit for food logs. meal idea list I currently have Five months of all the food I made/ate. I'm thinking of categorizing them into chicken dishes, beef dishes, quick meals, kid favorites, etc. Also spur of the moment fridge hunting meals that turned out extra yummy can...
  3. Health challenges
    I thought it might be a good idea if we kept our daily food intake separate from the challenge thread that way people's weigh-ins don't get swallowed up in the conversation. I am doing Weight Watchers, so I will be counting points, but please feel free to count calories, fat, or whatever you...
  4. Cookies and bars
    Nutmeg Cookie Logs Recipe DescriptionThese should come with a warning - SO GOOD THAT EVERYONE WILL DEMAND THEM EVERY YEAR!! (Not to mention, they are really cute, too!) (The first time I made them, I wrote "! Good !" in the margins of the cookbook.) Preparation Steps:Put butter...
  5. General Chat
    :yikes: I never get a good phone call in the middle of night so ofcourse it scares the be-jeebers out of me. I answer and a man with a very heavy spanish accent asks for ____________ (lady's name). I said no you have the wrong number. He said, sorry. Hangs up. forward about 45...
  6. Question and Answer
    Has anyone ever done this? I've just heard about it. Supposedly you wrap up old newspapers tight and burn them in the fireplace. Does this work? Is it safe? I'm thinking about the inks on the pages of the newspaper. How does this compare to burning real logs? Jean
  7. Health challenges
    Is any one keeping online food logs?? I would love to start keeping track of my food for each day.. I already am keeping a journal at home, but maybe if I do it here too, I will have double the accountability... I will start to post mine today... Saturday the 7th two small brownies 10 chicken...
  8. Christmas
    CINNAMON CHRISTMAS LOGS 1 cup of butter 5 tablespoons of sugar Dash of salt 2 cups of flour 1 teaspoon of vanilla 1 teaspoon of almond extract 1/4 cup of sugar 1 1/2 tablespoon of cinnamon Mix the first 6 ingredients. Roll into 2 inch length logs. Bake at 300ºF. for 15 to 20 minutes. Cool...
  9. Utilities
    Does anyone make newspaper logs for their fireplace? If so, how do you like them and how long do they burn approximately?
  10. Hobbies Wow! Wish I'd had this when my boys were little. Now to try to make these for the great nephews.
  11. Kitchen Basics
    Eggnog Logs Makes 50 servings 1 1/4 c Sugar 1 c Butter-flavor crisco 1 Eggs 1/4 c Light corn syrup 1 ts Vanilla 1 ts Rum extract 3 c Flour 1 1/2 ts Nutmeg 1 ts Baking soda 1/2 ts Salt 1 c Powdered sugar 3 tb Water 1 c Pecans, toasted; finely chop In large bowl with electric mixer at medium...
  12. Household notebooks and home manuals
  13. OAMC, Homecanning, Freezing, and Preserving
    This is a great OAMC technique. dd was making choco chip cookies from a taste of Home recipe that has become our gold standard for this basic. As usual she made a huge batch of dough because making dough matters little if you do lots or a little, it's the same mess. And she froze most of the...
  14. Health and beauty
    I recall aylasmommy and amyboz doing food logs. Did anyone want to continue with this idea? I'll log my routine when I get a chance.
  15. Hobbies
    Fragrance Logs Supplies: a.. Dried herbs - eucalyptus, sage, rosemary, thyme, lavender etc. b.. Floral wire c.. Raffia d.. Optional- miniature pine cones Procedure: 1.. Group small bundles of each herb and begin forming a large bundle by laying them in opposite directions so that the...
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