Recipes

Some great recipes that I have have received for various sources.

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Most people are watching their dollars and working off a budget to make ends meet. Many are also now looking for natural alternatives to live a more wholesome and chemical free life. Following are a few ways in which you can have both of the above. These uses are becoming more prevalent and are easy to do it yourself. So, here are great easy uses for common household items to make your life more chemical free and your wallet a little fatter.

1) Toothpaste: Buff a CD/DVD

Apply toothpaste to a cotton ball and wipe the disc. Wash with water afterwards and you’ve got a brand new disc!

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Materials Needed

  • The end chunk of a potato (enough to be able to hold firmly)
  • Course salt
  • A rusty cast iron skillet
  • A little vegetable oil (canola or olive will do)
  • Gloves (optional, but recommended)
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Ever made bubbles as big as these? looks like everyone likes to play with bubbles even the dog 

6 cups of water

1 cup of corn syrup

2 cups of regular strength Joy dish soap

Un-poppable!!! 

 

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Now this one can be with as much or as little cheese and pepperoni as you want , its up to you, as long as the dough is covered its fine

 

 

Ingredients:

  • Frozen bread dough
  • Pepperoni
  • Mozzarella cheese
  • Parmesan cheese
  • Olive oil
  • Italian seasoning
  • 1/4 cup tomato sauce (Optional)
  • 8 slices bacon
  • 1 small to medium onion if desired diced finely

 

Directions:

Loosely cover the frozen bread dough with plastic wrap. Allow the dough to thaw for a few hours at room temperature. When the dough is completely thawed it will be slightly puffed up.

Here's a tip: Spray the plastic wrap with cooking oil, or brush it with cooking oil and lay it, oiled side down on the bread dough. This allows the bread dough to rise and move easily under the plastic wrap without it sticking or holding back the dough.

cook and crumble bacon

Roll dough out to an approximately 11 x 11 inch square. One frozen dough log makes one pepperoni roll.

 

Brush dough with olive oil or whatever cooking oil you prefer. Lay pepperoni on the dough covering entire surface. Sprinkle with shredded mozzarella cheese.

 

Next, sprinkle it with shredded Parmesan cheese and lightly sprinkle it with Italian seasoning. Add a sprinkling of garlic salt (optional).and add crumbled bacon and finely diced onion if so desired.

 

Roll up the dough starting at one edge of the square.

Place rolls on baking sheet, leaving space between them if you are making more than one roll. Brush some melted butter on top of the uncooked pepperoni roll(s).

 

Bake at 375 degrees F for approximately 15 to 25 minutes. Oven temperatures and times may vary. When done, the top of the rolls should be golden brown and you should be able to make a tapping sound on the crust with your fingernail (the same as when baking bread).

 

Make sure you allow your pepperoni roll to cool completely before slicing and serving it.

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Artichoke dish

1 jar of jalapeno peppers
1 jar of Kraft mayo
1 can of artichokes
1 jar of grated Parmesan cheese

Mix together and bake it in oven at 350 for about 30 - 45 mins until golden brown.

Serve with crackers or chips