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Monday, November 10, 2008

Pipe Light by Triptyque




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Quote by~Basho
The autumn wind
When i speak
my lips feel cold!

Facts
Socks
Socks played a role in the first ever heart surgery.
True. Dr. Alfred Blalock was in fact wearing socks, which undoubtedly supported his feet and heels and helped sustain his standing position for hours.
Some tube socks are made from possum fur?
True. When you really think about it, nothing soaks up foot sweat like a small arboreal species.
Socks and socklessness are two popular fetish items in Japan.
True. Based on this logic, I’d love to know what’s not a fetish in Japan.
The proverbial “missing sock” issue is a result of a sock’s cannibalistic tendencies.
True. I’m waiting for evidence that points elsewhere.

Recipe
Marshmallow turkeys
http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/Activities/Recipes/Marshmallow-turkeys


Microwave Reheating Chart

1 serving of meat at room temperature - microwave at medium-high (70%) for 1 1/2 to 3 minutes with the meaty portions to outside; cover with waxed paper. 2 servings of vegetables at room temperature - microwave at medium-high (70%) for 1 1/2 to 3 minutes with bulky vegetables to outside; cover with waxed paper.
MEAT: (chicken pieces, chops, hamburgers, meatloaf slices)1 serving, refrigerated, at medium-high (70%) for 1-2 minutes; cover loosely. 2 servings, refrigerated, at medium-high (70%) for 2 1/2 to 4 1/2 minutes; cover loosely.
MEAT SLICES:

(beef, ham, pork, turkey)1 or more servings, refrigerated, at medium (50%) for 1-3 minutes per serving; cover with gravy or paper; check after 30 seconds. At room temperature, microwave 45 seconds to 1 minute at medium (50%).
STIR-ABLE CASSEROLE AND MAIN DISHES

1 serving, refrigerated, microwave at high (100%) for 2-4 minutes; cover, stir after half the time.2 servings, refrigerated, microwave at high (100%) for 4-6 minutes; cover, stir after half the time. 4-6 servings, refrigerated, microwave at high (100%) for 6-8 minutes; cover, stir after half the time.
VEGETABLES

1 serving (1/2 cup), refrigerated, microwave at high (100%) for 3/4 to 1 1/2 minutes; cover, stir after half the time. 2 servings (1 cup), refrigerated, microwave at high (100%) for 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 minutes; cover, stir after half the time.
ROLLS:

(Breakfast or Dinner)1 roll, room temperature, at high (100%) for 8-12 seconds; wrap roll in paper towels. 2 rolls, room temperature, at high (100%) for 11-15 seconds; line plate with paper towel, cover rolls with another towel. 4 rolls, room temperature, at high (100%) for 18-22 seconds; line plate with paper towel, cover rolls with another towel.
PIEWhole, refrigerated, microwave at medium-high (70%) for 5-7 minutes. 1 slice, refrigerated, microwave at high (100%) for 30 seconds.
http://www.anniesrecipes.com/Kitchen/microwave_reheating_chart.htm

Tip
Increase your kitchen-counter area by setting large, sturdy plastic boards across the span of your sink.

Crafts & Tutorial
Christmas toppers with poems!
http://www.happybirdscraftinghaven.com/

Market Tote Tutorial
http://sewbunnybum.blogspot.com/2008/11/bunnybums-version-of-market-tote.html

Plastic bag knitting tutorial
http://www.cocoknits.com/info/tutorials/plasticbagknit.html

Rag Knitting tutorial
http://www.cocoknits.com/info/tutorials/ragknit.html

Fall Berry felt Wreath
http://www.marthastewart.com/how-to/warming-trend-fall-berry-wreath

Recipe Cards
http://www.marthastewart.com/article/clip-art-craft-recipe-cards

Christmas crafts for children Bible
http://biblekidsfunzone.com/Christmas.html

Sand Paper Ornament
http://familycrafts.about.com/cs/treeornaments/l/blornsgingerb.htm


Spool and bead and button Christmas decorations
http://crackpotbeader.blogspot.com/

Have a great day!

3 comments:

Ed said...

Lovely bits of info as usual Ginger, love the Marshmallow turkeys ..

Amber said...

Thanks for all of the links!!

fishn4fun29 said...

Interesting pic of the Pipe Lights...had to check out the other pics at the website. The microwave chart was neat too. Great job hon :-)