Monthly Archive: January 2014

Jan 31

Washable Feminine Cloth Pads Sewing Tutorial Project

A step by step tutorial showing how to sew a reusable washable feminine cloth pad. For hundreds of years feminine cloth pads were used by women in many different countries during their menstrual cycle with great success. Feminine cloth pads fell out of fashion when corporations started making disposable feminine pads because people did not …

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Jan 31

Reasons Your Hens Are Not Laying Eggs

There are many factors which can cause hens to stop laying eggs and a flock owner should consider these in seeking the solution to the problem. Once you have found the issue, so you can do what is needed to ensure that they lay their best. House Barn Farm shares a small list of possible …

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Jan 31

Homemade Outdoor Backyard Ice Skating Rink Project

My Best Friend Craig blog shares how to build an outdoor inexpensive backyard ice skating rink. With record cold temperatures this winter this project just may be possible for more people than ever before.

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Jan 31

Deviled Egg Potatoes Recipe Finger Food Appetizer

This a AMAZING Deviled Egg Potatoes recipe is the yummy finger food appetizer that can go from a Superbowl snack to public potluck with good reviews from all. James And Everett website combined two culinary favorites and creating this finger food that is just bursting with flavor and bite size.

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Jan 31

Old Fashioned Chuck Wagon Casserole Recipe & The History Behind It

This old fashioned western Chuck Wagon Casserole recipe is cooked in a cast iron skillet is not only delicious but a part of the history of the old west. This casserole is a warm hearty meal that will give you energy to get a hard days work done. Chuck wagons were an important tool in …

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