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Friday, April 29, 2011

Road sign Furniture





Road sign Furniture

By Tim Delger
see more of his things here
http://www.jcandtim.com/furn.html


Quote by~unknown
Never give up on something that you can't go a day without thinking about.

Facts
Eskimos do not have more words for snow than do speakers of English.
41% of the moon is not visible from earth at any time.
Every gallon of sea water, you get more than a quarter pound of salt.
U.S. farm has 467 acres; the average Japanese farm has 3 acres.
It takes up to four hours to hard boil an ostrich egg.

Tip
Use baby powder in your cats litter box. I helps to remove any lingering odor



Recipe
Corn dog batter
1 cup milk
2 medium eggs
1/4 cup oil
2 tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon salt
2 teaspoons baking powder
1 1/3 cups corn meal
2/3 cup flour
1 to 1-1/2 pounds hot dogs
flour for dusting (about 1/2 cup)
Hot Fat for Deep Frying
Popscicle sticks
In a large bowl combine the milk, eggs, oil, sugar and salt. Mix it very well. Sprinkle in the baking powder, corn meal and flour. Stir it all up to make a slightly thick batter.
Take your hot dogs and dry them off on paper towels. Dust the hot dogs with flour, coating them completely. The cornmeal batter won’t stick to the hot dogs unless they are coated in flour. The batter just slides right off of the wieners naturally slick outsides. Shove popscicle sticks into the flour coated hot dogs. Set the hot dogs aside.
While all of this is going on, it’s a good idea to get your hot fat to heating up. You want the temperature to be about 375F. Allow the fat to preheat so it is almost smoking by the time you are ready to add the corn dogs.
Now, to coat the floured hot dogs with batter you have two choices. You can swirl the hot dogs in the bowl of batter until they are coated, and then drop them into the hot fat. If this is a little difficult I know of an easier way. Scoop some of your corn meal batter into a narrow jar or cup which is as tall as your hot dogs are long. Fill the jar or cup about 3/4 of the way full. Dip your hot dog into the batter while you hold onto the stick. Swirl the hot dog to coat it evenly. Be careful or the batter will overflow. Raise the wiener above the cup and let any excess batter drip off. Quickly place the battered dog into the hot fat. The fat will bubble up and cook the outside of the batter, making the corndogs the exact same shape as the ones you buy at the store.
Only fry a few corn dogs at a time. If the corn dogs crowd each other they don’t fry very well. I only fry 2 or 3 at a time. Turn the corn dogs when the bottom side is well browned. Use tongs to remove the cooked corn dogs from the fat. Allow them to drain on paper towels. Repeat the process, coating and frying a few at a time, until all of the corn dogs are cooked. Refill the narrow jar or cup with batter from your bowl as necessary. Continue until all the hot dogs are coated or until you no longer have enough batter to coat the hot dogs efficiently.
If you don’t want to waste any unused batter, it can be dropped by small spoonfuls into the hot fat, and fried until brown. Serve these along side the corn dogs.
If desired, you can make small corn dogs by cutting hot dogs into thirds, or quarters. Poke a toothpick up into the end of the hot dogs. Coat and fry them as described above. These are nice for fancy days, and for kids parties. Provide plenty of ketchup and mustard for dipping.
http://www.hillbillyhousewife.com/corndogs.htm



Links to Crafts & Tutorials
How to make wine cork plant markers
http://mychiclife.com/2011/04/08/put-a-cork-in-it/

How to make Paper Daffodils
http://alphamom.com/family-fun/crafts/spring-craft-make-paper-daffodils/




Bubble Wrap Necklace tutorial
http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=378142.0

How to make wall art out of washers* very cool
http://illgetyoumypretties.blogspot.com/2011/03/wall-art-on-cheap.html

Missing Sock Tutorial * So Cute love it
http://illgetyoumypretties.blogspot.com/2011/04/this-post-is-brought-to-you-by-number-1.html

Have a blessed day & Be a blessing to others.

Thank you for coming to see me come back please.

4 comments:

Glenn said...

Very cool road signs furniture....there's just no end to peoples imagination :-)

penny said...

Always a fun place to visit!!!

penny said...

Always a great plce to visit!!

Amber said...

That bubble wrap necklace is too cool. I never would have guessed that what it was! Love the wall art washers! I'm thinking about making one for us! Also, the missing socks was too cute! I like it just as a decoration too!! TFS!!