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Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Guess who's coming to dinner?

Guess who's coming to dinner?
A fawn followed this beagle home -- right through the doggie door -- in the Bittinger area, USA The owner came home to find the visitor had made himself right at home. To cute huh!
Good day my friends,this is very funny a gotta see.
The Hawaii Chair

It's a fact:
Ambuilding in which silence is enforced, like a library or school room, is referred to as a silentium.
The ear-splitting sound produced by the high notes of a bagpipe is called a skirl.
The fleshy projection above the bill on a turkey is called a snood.
People who chase after rare birds are called twitchers.

Here's a tip.
To unclog a drains deodorize
pour 1/2 baking soda
1cup of vinegar
threw funnelafter 5mins fush with hot water
Shine up chrome and stainless steel -
To clean chrome or stainless steel, spray it with full strength vinegar, then buff it to a high shine with a soft cloth.
Salt is an abrasive solution for scrubbing. Use salt to get rid of rust and mildew. Salt also works to help polish copper and silver.

Pickled Carrot Sticks
Adapted from Gourmet Magazine

1 lb carrots, cut into 3 1/2- by 1/3-inch sticks
1 1/4 cups water
1 cup cider or plain vinegar (the former makes a sweeter, milder brine)
1/4 cup sugar
2 garlic cloves, lightly crushed
1 1/2 tablespoons dill seeds*
1 1/2 tablespoons salt

Place carrots in a heatproof bowl. Bring remaining ingredients to a boil in saucepan, then reduce heat and simmer 2 minutes. Pour pickling liquid over carrots and cool, uncovered. Chill carrots, covered, at least 1 day for flavors to develop.

Carrots keep, chilled in an airtight container, 1 month.

Dill are from McCormick, If you can’t find them, use fresh or dried dill instead. You can put the dried dill in with the brine as you boil it. If fresh dill, I would drop it in the container your are storing the carrots in, just before you put them in the fridge.

Crafts and Tutorial

(C)Baby snow Dragon

(C)Romeo the bubble of love

"thumbs up" single hook or coat rack.

Hexagon bag

Car wash Cap

Free Sample:Multigrain Cheerios
Have a great day my friends!


Rosemary said...

That is the cutest thing. How funny!!
My daughter will love it.
Thanks for the great tips today.
I need to try the drain one. One of my bathroom drains is draining too slow.
The carrots sound delish!!
Have a great day!

Ginger said...

Isnt that fawn so cute a little bambi.The recipe for unclogging works great ! Same here bathroom drains slow think cause everyone has long hair clogs it.Sometime you just got to put beach in it then hot water.
Hugs my dear friend.

Kim's Treasures said...

Oh how cute! Thanks for stopping by my blog today! I am going to take some time today to look around your blog...it looks very informative and I love trying new recipes!
Have a great day!

Ginger said...

Your very welcome kim have a great day!

Holly said...

Hi, Ginger!

Cute, cute fawn!
My young son once inocently brought home a fawn. We brought her in the house and she promptly ran behind my living room chair and went tinkle! Well, it was more like a water fall! My goodness! We quickly put her outside after that!

Nice blog!

Ginger said...

Holly ,thats a great story for your son need to write down these for him. made me think of my son now 23 today his birthday 25 of july. wow they grown up fast!