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    An economical laminate floor cleaner spray that you can make for pennies... and it gets your floors just as clean as that expensive cleaner they sell in stores... if not cleaner! This formula has been keeping my floors so clean and does not give me a headache like so many other commercial cleaners, so I have decided to share this gem that was shared with me from a Pergo expert. This is the first "recipe" I've posted with the hope that many of you will be able to put it to good use!!!

    Recipe #255994

    A rich, delicious, and decadent hot drink that will please the coffee and chocolate lover in you! Adapted from the Baileys website to suit our tastes... The blend of coffee and hot cocoa blended with the Baileys makes for a creamy drink that isn't too heavy on the liqueur... Hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

    Recipe #255992

    My Thai mother used to saute potato leaves in this same manner and it was absolutely delicious. I have a harder time now finding this delicacy, but sometimes do see it at my local farmer's market. If you ever happen to see some, pick it up and substitute it for the spinach in this recipe. They are tasty and tender, with a balanced flavor, and are not bitter at all.

    Recipe #256031

    I love the fluffy, lightly seasoned rice I get as a side dish at my favorite Mexican cantina... This rice does not have any chunks of vegetables in it and has a very light tomato flavor. It is a very "dry" rice, unlike some that you may have tried that are very wet or gummy. I have tried to duplicate it and this is my best effort so far. This simple rice goes well with spicy Mexican main dishes since it does not compete with those bright bold flavors.

    Recipe #257114

    This is a light,tropical and luscious body butter that smells almost good enough to eat! I wouldn't however!!! I received this recipe in a monthy e-newsletter I receive from Nature's Gift. It is a wonderful small company in TN which specializes in essential oils and aromatherapy supplies. I love applying this butter right after I get out of the shower since it literally melts into your skin and leaves you soft and silky. It is wonderful in the winter but you may find it a little heavy in the warmer months. I remedy this situation by applying the butter sparingly after showering while my body is still damp... the water combines with the oils in the butter and helps emulsify it...right into your skin. I love the light, tropical scent from the coconut oil and cocoa butter... the essential oils are optional, but I think you will find them heavenly! I have a special bowl and beaters I use just for this recipe... just so I don't use them for anything else. Be sure to store this butter in a cool place since it will melt and turn into a soupy mess!

    Recipe #256951

    I love Chick-Fil-A!!! I found this recipe clone online after many hours of searching countless boards and forums... I think this recipe is pretty close in taste to their famous salad... I have made some modifications to fit our tastes... hope you will enjoy this as much as we do. This really helps my craving because it is so easy to prepare and much cheaper!!! It is also very tasty and pretty served in a lettuce cup with some crackers.

    Recipe #290916

    This is an adaptation of a recipe for collards that I found on the back of a package of Nature's Greens... I didn't have a smoked turkey wing/ham hock/ or bacon on hand, so this recipe really fit the bill that day! I really like this recipe since it really lets the flavor of the greens shine... they aren't cooked to death and are not overly sweet... which is how we like them. Even though these greens do not have that smokey flavor most of us are used to when eating collards, these are really tasty... and good for your heart!!!

    Recipe #304423

    I found this recipe at allrecipes.com when I was looking to re-create a tomato soup I had in a little cafe. The only thing that I remembered about it was that it did not contain any cream or basil but had a hint of dill. Since I love tomato soup in the winter when I have no fresh basil in the garden... I always turn to this simple recipe. This was submitted by "Zale" on allrecipes.com and I have tweaked it just slightly. Hope you enjoy this soup as much as we do... Hint: it's great with a grilled cheese sandwich!!!

    Recipe #280144

    I love buffalo wings, but not all the deep frying that is involved. I was watching "Good Eats" one day and Alton Brown's fool proof method to delicious buffalo wings was discovered! I did make a few adjustments to this recipe that helped me out... but stayed true to the original for the most part. This method may be a little time consuming, but the end result of crispy, fall of the bone, tender wings is well worth it. The cook time includes the 1 hour in which the wings rest/cool in the refrigerator before baking.

    Recipe #284561

    This all natural formula includes an ingredient whose sweet scent is prized as both an anti-depressant and an appetite suppressant. The cologne is light and not overpowering at all... plus it has great uplifting properties! I found this on care2 website and have been using it regularly. This would make a great gift for the holidays for that someone special. Cooking time is time for the cologne to age.

    Recipe #258787


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