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    This is the method I use to freeze summer's crop of corn on the cob, with this method you will have crispy corn kernels all year around --- I have stated 10 corn, you may of coarse make as many as you wish, but just boil as many as your pot will hold, if you are making a lot of corn you will have to do it in batches, to save time I shuck my corn the day or evening ahead and refrigerate --- you will need lots of ice for this so pick up a bag and also a large pot --- prep time does not include shucking the corn

    Recipe #315512

    Freezing fruit in a sugar-pac will not only retain flavor, color and texture it also increases freezing time and protects from freezer burn, this method is especially good for strawberries, peaches and fresh pitted cherries though it is not recommended for raspberries as they will crush while mixing, it works well with rhubarb, peaches etc --- before freezing the fruit see my recipe#300387

    Recipe #310712

    For 22 pounds of pickling cucumbers you will need 20 (1-quart) glass processing jars with lids, although you might only use 18 jars, the complete recipe may be reduced by half if desired, do not use very large pickling cucumbers, allow at least 3 weeks before opening the jars---we like things very spicy at my house so I also add in one small jalapeno pepper or a small teaspoonful of dried chili flakes into each jar but that is only optional, if you like spicy then you might want to give that a try in a few jars only--- you will need a lot of garlic for this recipe as you are using 4-5 cloves per jar, so purchase lots of garlic, peeling the garlic cloves takes some time so you might want to start days in advance you can store the peeled cloves in glass bowls covered tightly with plastic wrap in the refrigerator they will stay well for up to 3 days, use *only* a good-quality vinegar for this as it will make a difference to the taste of you pickles--- *enjoy* and happy canning! :)

    Recipe #245029

    Do not omit omit the 1/2 cup sugar mixed in at the end, this helps preserve the freezer corn and keeps it firm and crispy, prep time does not include shucking the corn --- also see my recipe#121897

    Recipe #235011

    I got this recipe from my daughter's preschool teacher. It is simple to make and it smells great!

    Recipe #150665

    grandchildren like this..washes off with soap and water..you can find glycerin at pharmacies..I like to use cotton swabs to apply the paint..but you could use small artist's brushes if you like..

    Recipe #134392

    I can think of no easier way to make paint for kids to play with. This makes a chalky paint; and is excellent for painting on construction paper, side walks or even a chalk board. It will wash off of most things, though you should read the package of food coloring to see if it is washable. We use (clean) kitchen sponges as paintbrushes.

    Recipe #131539

    Recipe #67408

    1 Reviews |  By ChrisM

    I found these on foodnetwork.com and they are great. They are also really easy to make.

    Recipe #314772

    I got this recipe from FamilyFun magazine and have used it on numerous craft products. The texture is so smooth, totally non-toxic, and not sticky like other papier mache recipes.

    Recipe #38097

    24 Reviews |  By ~SwoR~

    We frequently boil this during the cold and flu season. We use it more as a prevention than a cure, but it can help to keep germs down and lessens the possibility of making other family members sick. It also smells great so it isn't a problem to keep it brewing. I put zero cook time because it isn't a set time and is up to the person how long they want it to brew.

    Recipe #75747

    Here's where your imagination as a cook and homemaker will be at it's best. Feel free to make any changes you'd like and add your own favorite recipes. If this is a gift for a family member it would really be special to include a homemade cookbook with family favorites. Have fun making it individualized.

    Recipe #28831


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