Monthly Archive: May 2013

May 31

Strawberry Spinach Salad on a Stick Recipe

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 A  strawberry spinach salad on a stick recipe that will hopefully encourage your family to nibble on this healthy choice appetizer enjoying the sweetness and earthy flavors. My husband and I personally tested this recipe and we both gave it a two thumbs up…. quite tasty and it was just sort of fun to eat …

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May 31

Building 2 Litre Bottle Tower for Emergency Water Storage Video

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Tower for Emergency Water Storage Building 2 litre bottle tower for emergency water storage may be a perfect solution for people needing water storage on a limited budget. The Cheap Bastard youtube channel shares building the 2 liter bottle tower for emergency water storage. Yes, that is the name of the youtube channel….sorry if the …

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May 31

How To Eat A Rose – Tips & Recipe Video

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You can eat the petals off of any variety of rose, no matter their color or size.  It is essential that they be un-sprayed by pesticides to be edible.  Rose petals have different flavors.  Some variety of roses taste like light sweet strawberries, while others taste slightly sour or spicy. The darker the color of …

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May 31

Asparagus – Growing, Canning, Pickling, Recipes & Crafts

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Asparagus is a spring flowering perennial vegetable that is a delicious addition to any garden that will return each year if cared for properly. Asparagus can be water bath canned, pickled and even used in table top centerpiece crafts. Water makes up 93% of Asparagus’s composition. Asparagus is low in calories and is very low …

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May 31

Homemade Wild Rose Infused Honey Recipe

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Old time recipe that brings flavor into your honey…..Its the time of year when wild roses bloom. If you have access to some, capture that gorgeous color and taste and make some wild rose infused honey. Rowan and oak tells us how in her pretty tutorial.

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May 31

Natural Ways to Cure Postnasal Drip

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Find home remedy helps us with a few suggestions on curing post nasal drip. I have this problem so much in the spring when my allergies kick in. I am going to try a couple of these and see if any will help me.

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May 31

Homemade Storage Bench Do It Yourself Bench

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Homemade Storage Bench DIY Project This homemade storage bench do it yourself building project is a great way to create storage that can be a under a window seat, quilt storage at the end of a bed or even a toy chest. Who doesn’t need more storage?  Add a couple colorful cushions for a soft …

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