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Name: Pat Rodriguez
Date registered: February 4, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Free At Time Of Posting List Of Kindle Books — July 13, 2014
  2. Rhubarb Butter Recipe — July 12, 2014
  3. Build A Hexagon Deck — July 12, 2014
  4. Build Your Own Year Round Solar Still — July 12, 2014
  5. Make Your Own Brie — July 11, 2014

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Jul 13

Free At Time Of Posting List Of Kindle Books

  Click On The Kindle Book To Get It. Please Check Prices As We Have No Control On How Long A Book Is Free

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Jul 12

Rhubarb Butter Recipe

Rhubarb Butter Recipe If you grow rhubarb and want to try something new with it, check out this recipe for rhubarb butter. I have made and we all love apple butter and pumpkin butter and I have even made monkey butter which we love but this rhubarb butter will be a first. It looks delicious …

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Jul 12

Build A Hexagon Deck

Build A Hexagon Deck Build your own hexagon deck this summer and enjoy it for years to come. I love the shape and if you have a lot of scrap lumber you may be able to build yours with re-salvaged material and save big on your own hexagon deck. Kenwork shares his end result of …

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Jul 12

Build Your Own Year Round Solar Still

Build Your Own Year Round Solar Still If you would like to be able to distill year round check out this tutorial for building your own year round still. You can distill essences, perfumes and even ethanol alcohol ( You do need to obtain a permit for distilling ethanol though) There is a link in …

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Jul 11

Make Your Own Brie

Make Your Own Brie If you like brie cheese then you probably know it is a bit expensive to buy. Now you can make your own brie right in your kitchen and cuts the cost way down. You can make it with cow or goats milk, some who have it use raw milk but you …

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