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Monthly Archive for: ‘May, 2010’

  • Eating Utensils

    Eating Out on a Budget…

    Let’s face it, it’s expensive to eat out these days.  I like to eat out just as much as the next guy does.  My  budget, on the other hand, doesn’t always allow me to. If you’ve been hanging around here any amount of time, you …

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  • apple cake

    Super Duper Easy Apple Cake…

    1 Yellow Box Cake Mix 1 tbsp. cinnamon 1 tsp. vanilla 2 apples, peeled, cored and diced Prepare the cake mix according to package directions.  Stir in cinnamon and vanilla, then fold in apples.  Pour into a prepared pan (I used a bundt pan).  Bake …

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  • My Garden…

    As we all know, produce is outrageously expense.  So, I’ve decided to try my hand at gardening. You’ll get a kick out of this, though.  When I went to post an update, I realized that I never published the original pictures.  So, here are some …

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  • truffle

    Yummy Truffle…

    Everything I used in this recipe was items that I had in my stockpile. I had some sour cream that was expiring a few weeks ago.  So, I made some pound cake and put it in the freezer.  Cube half of the pound cake and …

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  • yogurt pie

    Easy Yogurt Pie…

    As promised, here’s a recipe using the yogurt in my refrigerator that needs eaten. If you don’t have a graham cracker crust, here’s a quick recipe.  Crumble up about 16 graham cracker squares. As you can see, I used the bottom of a cup to …

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  • Stormy Weather…

    We’ve had some of the craziest weather this weekend.  The rain started Friday night and it is still raining.  We’ve had seven inches of rain just today. Remember those trees I showed you on Friday?  Check out all of the water that’s accumulated around them.  …

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  • A Bit of Yard Work…

    If you’re anything like us you have projects that you would love to get done but you just seem to keep putting them off.  There are two large trees in our back yard.  One of them, a cedar tree (the tree on the right), is …

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