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1. A Tangled Yarn - Fun knitting facts, trivia and history
A Tangled Yarn - Fun knitting facts, trivia and history
I love knitting and over the past few years I've collected quite a bit of knitting trivia. Knitting has quite a long history, beginning with nalbinding, a craft that was most popular in the Middle Ages. Many famous people like Elizabeth Taylor and Julia Roberts knit. Even though we think of this ...
Arts & Design - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 14:04:08
2. Happiness in a Tall Glass How to make Vegan Smoothies
Happiness in a Tall Glass  How to make Vegan Smoothies
Want to have a quick healthy breakfast or a tasty summer treat? Try replacing fatty milkshakes with vegan smoothies, which are a creamy blended drink made with fruits or vegetables. Vegans often have trouble buying smoothies at coffee shops or creameries because the drinks are often made with dai...
Food & Cooking - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 18:23:21
3. How to convert to a vegetarian or vegan diet
How to convert to a vegetarian or vegan diet
These days many people are realizing the benefits of a vegetarian or vegan diet. It is low in cholesterol and people who eat a plant based diet are less likely to develop diabetes, high blood pressure or heart disease. I became a vegetarian a couple of years ago and I am much happier now. I love ...
Food & Cooking - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 22:44:19
4. Knitting : A Love Affair
Knitting : A Love Affair
Knitting, for me, has been an almost lifelong compulsion. Plus, soft things in pretty colors always cheer me up and there is usually a practical use for the things I make. Testing my skills has been fun over the years and I never get bored. I've made everything from afghans, lace shawls, socks, d...
Arts & Design - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 22:43:03
5. Don't Cry Over Spilled milk!
February 11th is Don't Cry Over Spilled Milk day. While no one seems to know the origins of this holiday, you can pretty much celebrate it every day. Modern life is very stressful but there are many ways to calm down or look at things from a different angle. Or, you can distract yourself with som...
healthy-living - Tue, 21 Feb 2012 01:54:01
6. Delicious ways to use Hershey's Baking Cocoa
One baking staple in my kitchen cupboard is Hershey's cocoa. I keep it on hand at all times and use it for everything from cakes to hot cocoa to chocolate syrup. While many recipes recommend using melted baking chocolate, that is often messy and expensive. Hershey's cocoa can be easily adapted to...
food-and-cooking - Tue, 21 Feb 2012 00:35:41
7. Sweet Treats Dipped in Chocolate
Chocolate covered cherries are a popular gift for Valentine's Day and other holidays. Just how does that wonderful sugar liquid get inside the candy and how do you do that? With all of the chocolate covered cherries recipes floating around on the web, which one works best? I have many batches of ...
food-and-cooking - Mon, 20 Feb 2012 18:48:50
8. How to Grow, Carve and Cook Pumpkins
Pumpkins, which we most often associate with Halloween, are fun to cultivate, carve and use in recipes. Seed catalogs often carry many different pumpkin types. They can be small, like the Baby Bear variety or large like Big Max. White pumpkins include Lumina and Baby Boo. Sugar pumpkins are excel...
home-and-garden - Fri, 23 Sep 2011 13:50:25
9. The Great American Pancake!
American people know pancakes by many names: griddle cakes, flapjacks, and hot cakes. Pancakes are made in different forms all over the world but American pancake recipes are typically made of butter, eggs, milk, sugar and baking powder. Many of us prefer fluffy pancakes, not thin like French cre...
food-and-cooking - Wed, 08 Jun 2011 18:18:16
10. Stinkbug Invasion!
Stinkbugs plague American gardeners for three out of four seasons. In spring and summer they are garden pests, ruining fruits, vegetables and ornamental plants. During the fall they infest homes after slipping through small cracks around windows and doors. While they may vex the home gardener the...
home-and-garden - Sat, 04 Jun 2011 22:17:37

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