I work in an office with 5 doctors and as you know, doctors are always washing their hands which makes them dry. We make this lotion for them and they LOVE IT!!
**UPDATE 3/31/09: I use 4 oz. of Vaseline petroleum jelly, it would not let me enter it on the ingredients part and for the Vitamin E, you can use lotion or cream, whatever you like or can find. I also tried the NEW cucumber melon baby lotion....AWESOME!!, husband and son liked it but I still like the regular pink the best. I ONLY use J&J baby lotion because it seems to work the best. Thanks to everyone who has given me reviews....
A different blend of seasonings make a wonderfully easy dinner to come home to. I made this with ingredients I had in my fridge and since it turned out so well and my family enjoyed it I decided to post.
This recipe come from a 1978 cookbook called "The Nancy Drew cookbook: Clues to Good Cooking" by Carolynn Keene. When my daughter Paula was 13 years old, I had a birthday party for her and the kids went on a scavenger hunt. They had to get mysterious things as the theme of the party was a mystery party. Then we served refreshments: hot dogs cooked on a bon fire, etc. Then they opened their fortunes. It was the hit of the party and all had a great time. This is one of Paula's most memorable parties! She is 37 now and still likes to tell about that party! I still have that cookbook and love to look at it.
Between the teachings of my Grandmother, an Aunt, my Mother and several restaurants I
learned a lot about serviette/ napkin folding.. Works well with cloth napkins, or larger paper ones. I have included step-by-step photographs to illustrate/suppliment the written directions. For neater presentation use ironed napkins for this fold. This one was the first one that my Grandmother taught me how to make. (I was in my early teens and used to help her with ironing and we would make these as we did the laundry and carefully stack them ready for future use). An easy make-in-advance serviette.
One of St. Louis's favorite soup recipes was recently printed in the Post-Dispatch. I remember going to St. Louis when I was young and my family going into the department store's restaurant for this famous soup. Enjoy! Famous-Barr's French Onion Soup
WOW! No streaks, no smears, no buffing. This will clean ceramic tile counter tops, windows and their vinyl casings, SS appliances, sealed wood AND it removes hairspray from mirrors. So far that's all I've tried it on, as I came up with this recipe just this morning. I've been a cleaning fool today, experimenting on everything. I love it...Let me know what you think.
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