Monthly Archive: December 2013

Dec 31

Toy Boxes from Our Old Kitchen Cabinets

attemptingaloha.com

Lots of new toys at your house right now? Check out these cute diy toy boxes made from old kitchen cabinets that Attemptin Aloha shares with us. I see kitchen cabinets on craigslist all the time for free. I love repurposing things so they don’t end up in a land fill. I would like one …

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Dec 31

3 Homemade Remedies, Cough,Congestion and Sore Throat

smallfootprintfamily.com

Its that time of year. The kids are bringing every malady know to man home from school so everyone can share. We are all shut in due to the cold weather and it seems like what ever is going around keeps on going around. Small Footprint Family shares three different recipes for remedies to help …

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Dec 31

Best Wood For Heating

modernsurvivalblog.com

If you heat or even cook with wood Modern Survival Blog shares information on which wood is best. They have a break down of just how much heating you can expect when burning a particular species.  Good info if you are buying cords of wood to heat with. They also tell you which wood you …

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Dec 31

Finnish Oven Pancake (Pannukakku) with bacon and zucchini

carina-forum.com

This looks so good and I think it would appeal to pretty much anyone because the pancake would be a little sweet but the fillings are savory. I love dishes that are both savory and sweet. Carina Forum shares this Finnish recipe. Her blog is chock full of recipes that are a little different than …

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Dec 31

Recycled Tire Shingles: Positives Negatives and How to Install Them

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You can now purchase commercially fabricated roof shingles made from recycled rubber – or you could do it yourself like this ambitious homeowner, who cut strips of tires and arranged them into interesting patterns on his roof. Appropedia website shares an article of how to use recycled tires as a roofing material. Showing the method …

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