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active 8 years, 3 months ago



  • Carla posted a new activity comment 8 years, 3 months ago

    I love Christmas too. I was thinking the other day that I wished I could start decorating. I have a ceramic christmas village that I put up every year, last year I didn’t take it down for the first time. I’m a little disappointed that I won’t get to play with it. I was thinking of rearranging it,but at the St. Rt. 127 garage sales this year I…[Read more]

    In reply to - hoosier rose posted an update I love Christmas. I know, here we are having this high heat, and I am thinking of Christmas. Well, I do listen to Christmas music all year long. Call me crazy, but I can’t wait to […] · View
  • Mix all filling ingredients together and pour into 2 unbaked 8″ pie shells. Mix together the topping and sprinkle over the pie. Bake at 400 degrees for 40 minutes. ***To make pie grapes: Pick grapes off the stem and wash. Squeeze out the middles into one pan and put the skins in another. Cook separately […]

  • Thanks so much for your info. Now why didn’t I think to check the BBB.
    Dede– do you know the ratio for lemon juice to water? I suppose 15 minutes in a boiling water bath should do it?
    Thanks again.

  • Does anyone know how to can green tomatoes for frying this winter as mentioned earlier this week? Do they get soggy or soft? Also, my mom is allergic to sodium. Would you be able to omit the salt? Any recipe would be helpful. Thanks!!

  • Sift together flour, salt, baking powder and baking soda. Mix in rolled oats or hominy grits and set aside. Combine sugars, shortening, cinnamon and nutmeg. Blend well. Beat in egg. Gradually mix in flour mixture alternately with pumpkin. Stir in chocolate chips, raisins and nuts. Drop by rounded tablespoons onto a lightly greased cookie sheet. […]

  • How do you grind the dryed tomatoes? I don’t have any homemade but they have dehydrated tomatoes at the store. If this is something we like I will definately add it to my to do list this year. I’ve never tryed dehydrating tomatoes but for some reason I started out with just 9 tomatoe plants […]

  • Let me know how the ketchup works out, or whatever you use. I’m leaning toward the dehydrated tomatoe idea, seems that would be a stronger tomatoe flavor. I would think the spices in whichever ketchup you used would throw off the flavor. And of course make it “wetter” so more of the dry mix would […]

  • Thanks for your help. I’ll be giving it a try as soon as I get all the ingredients together.

  • Thanks for your help. Ruthmarie, I was unable to find your recipe. Perhaps it hasn’t been added yet. I’m sure I will need to get to the store for supplies first. Let me know how yours turns out. Thanks again, Carla

  • Does anyone have a recipe for the dry BBQ Shake ‘n Bake mix like they used to do? It made a sticky coating when you cooked it. I think it was for chicken but we loved it on pork chops.

  • Dump equal portions of Grape Jelly and Yellow mustard in a crockpot. Add wieners or sausages. Cook on high till heated through, then hold on warm.

  • I submitted BBQ Crockpot Cocktail Weiners or Sausages. So EASY to make. That carriers looks great!! So handy for the holidays.

  • You are so lucky!! I would love to have a pasta maker like that. My Dad use to have an older one that was similar. It was really easy to get THIN noodles without all the work. But it has gotten lost in all the shuffles. I’ve never seen a drying rack like that. Does […]

  • I prefer mine not so sweet. I cut the sugar in half and use strawberry jello. The raspberry rather overpowers the rhubarb.

  • We use one at work all the time. So much handier than getting out the big mixer. I would love to win!!

  • Mix cut up rhubarb and sugar in a saucepan. Cook for 10 minutes or more until rhubarb is soft and stringy. Remove from heat and add jello. Stir well and pour into glass jars. Seal. Can place in boiling water bath for 10 minutes.

  • I submitted Rhubarb Jam. I’ve never used a scraper but I’m sure there are all sorts of things I could use it for. Cutting soap sounds like a good idea!

  • I have added Rhubarb Jam but it is more like a sauce. I like to put it on ice cream and some times I just open a jar and get a spoon!! It is really simple.

  • I posted Stuffed Pickled Peppers. This was a recipe that we have found in my sisters recipe box. She passed away suddenly in January and was an avid cook. It has been fun to reconnect with family recipes that I didn’t have. I’m gonna try these this summer. I love the look of those bowls. […]

  • Cut off tops of peppers and remove seeds without breaking shells. Shred cabbage as for slaw. Add salt and celery seed. Mix well and stuff into peppers, pressing it tightly. Replace tops on peppers and fasten with toothpicks or sew with thread. Place them in a stone jar and cover with cold vinegar. Cover and […]

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