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    Here's what Jerry Baker uses to clean and deodorize pet urine-damaged areas.

    Recipe #101342

    1 Reviews |  By txgammi

    Some people prefer to let their hair blow where it may. But for those of you looking for something to keep those stray hairs from wandering, check out this citrus hair spray concoction: (cooking time is estimated)

    Recipe #101247

    2 Reviews |  By txgammi

    Another terrific recipe from a book by Jerry Baker! Edited to update on 10/13/04: I tried this and wow! stuff really works! I'll never have to buy another can or bottle of hairspray again! What I would suggest though is getting a small plastic bottle instead of a larger one to put the liquid in for a very fine mist because it doesn't take much of this on your hair!

    Recipe #101146

    1 Reviews |  By txgammi

    This simple formula will get your upholstered furniture clean quickly, gently, and for a fraction of the price you'd pay for a store-bought upholstery shampoo. From a book by Jerry Baker.

    Recipe #101050

    1 Reviews |  By txgammi

    Jerry Baker's books have the most amazing household tips and helpful hints. Here's another good one! If you can't get to a blood stain right away and it's had a chance to make itself at home, hydrogen peroxide may not do the trick. Try this instead:

    Recipe #100957

    1 Reviews |  By txgammi

    I love Jerry Baker's helpful tips and household recipes, and here's another from his book. Dirty white socks will come clean as a whistle if you try this:

    Recipe #100768

    2 Reviews |  By txgammi

    Another helpful tip from a book by Jerry Baker. Here's a laundry challenge that's been around as long as laundry itself: getting yellow perspiration stains out of shirt underarms. To treat white shirts, there's nothing better than this recipe.

    Recipe #100634

    4 Reviews |  By txgammi

    This recipe comes from a book by Jerry Baker and is his favorite for spray starching. I've not tried this one yet but will soon. There are several ways to make your own laundry starch, but they all include the same secret ingredient: Stirring the bejeebers out of them to make sure they end up lump free.

    Recipe #100472

    1 Reviews |  By txgammi

    This recipe came from a book I'm reading by Jerry Baker. I haven't tried it yet but wanted to go ahead and post it before returning the book.

    Recipe #100211

    5 Reviews |  By txgammi

    Highly effective! This recipe was shared with me yesterday by my neighbor, Kathrine. I had to ask her what she put on the weeds at the corner of her lot that adjoins my garden because although her weeds had turned brown and died, so did a large patch of my green grass. That's when she shared this recipe, and let me tell you....IT WORKS! Recipe can be doubled or tripled easily.

    Recipe #97039

    2 Reviews |  By txgammi

    This is one recipe that your feline friend won't be finicky about! Although I don't have a cat, this recipe was obtained from a cat-loving friend of mine that has totally spoiled her kitty with these. Cook time is for rice and is approximate.

    Recipe #91152

    This sounds sooo good. Who would have thought of beer cake, much less in a slow cooker! Aren't recipe swaps terrific! Another recipe I'll be trying out this weekend.

    Recipe #91141

    I had to take a crash course in "Know Your Beer 101" (thanks to Aaar friends in the Q & A section) before being able to post this recipe. This one came from another website, I just can't remember the name of it. It was posted on that site by Betty Copeland (her name is at the bottom of my print out). But the recipe is so simple to prepare and sounds delicious. I'll let you know because it's now the weekend, and there's no time like the present to try out a new recipe! Ok, I'm finally editing this recipe because I made it, and all I can say is YUMMY! Since I scorched my rice (I know, I know...first time I've ever done that..but yes, it happened) I served it over toast and it was so good! The only thing I did differently was to use a whole bottle of beer add approx 1 cup of water because I had a little over 3 lbs of steak.

    Recipe #91011

    Beeswax furniture polish with its soft, satin shine is considered the ultimate in wood care. What a terrific polish! I surfed across the recipe online but don't remember where.

    Recipe #87573

    1 Reviews |  By txgammi

    Petroleum jelly is easy to make and it is an ingredient of many other products. Naturalists may substitute a natural oil, such as grapeseed oil or sweet almond oil for the baby or mineral oil to create an "un-petroleum jelly."

    Recipe #86699

    5 Reviews |  By txgammi

    This recipe is from Bird Watcher's Digest. I prefer using peanut butter because it doesn't melt outdoors in the summertime like grease does and birds love it! Cooking time does not include overnight refrigeration.

    Recipe #86500

    8 Reviews |  By txgammi

    Another recipe that came with my new crockpot. Haven't tried it yet but will very soon. (I'm guessing at the servings yielded)

    Recipe #86159

    8 Reviews |  By txgammi

    I've always heard of this recipe and it sounds delicious but making it this weekend will be the first time I've tried it. My crock pot bit the dust the other day and the new one I purchased had a recipe book tucked inside the pot. (what a nice surprise!) This happens to be one of the recipes.

    Recipe #86158

    I came across this recipe tonight and wanting to keep in tune with the upcoming St. Patrick's Day thought I would post it. I haven't made it yet but will as the 17th approaches. It's a cute idea and sounds good.

    Recipe #85872

    4 Reviews |  By txgammi

    Very tasty! Serve as a dip with cookies or assorted fruit, such as sliced apples, strawberries and/or bananas. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #85456

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