Dec 19

Tracking The Deer You Shot

    So you shot the deer. It didn’t fall over dead but its walking away slowly and you feel pretty certain you made a good shot and its going down. Well maybe so but if you can still see it and its still walking, Shoot it again! This common sense advice according to Steve Galea …

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Dec 19

Turn Your Gas Generator Into A Multi Fuel Generator

  In times of power outages a lot of folks use a gas generator to run freezers and refrigerators to avoid the loss of food. Some also use lights and radio and tv or to charge phones. A gas generator can be a life saver for a short term power outage as long as you …

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Dec 19

Build a Homemade Wood Metal Bucket Portable Fire Pit

This detailed step by step tutorial of how to build a homemade wood metal bucket portable fire pit to sit by and enjoy the wonderful warmth and dancing fire embers. The amazing design is also has a safety feature of a fold down screen to stop sparks from flying about but not ruining the experience. …

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Dec 19

Homemade Sweet Chicken Bacon Bites

This homemade sweet chicken bacon bites recipe has taken appetizers to a whole new level of deliciousness and blended flavors. A great way to keep your chicken moist (not dried out) is to wrap it in bacon. This is a recipe that is frequently requested by my friends and family when heading to a potluck …

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Dec 19

How To Make Fresh Different Homemade Pasta Flavors

This is a wonderful tutorial of How To Make Fresh Different Homemade Pasta Flavors and well as a basic pasta recipe. It also shares a real quick and easy way cut the pasta that everyone should know how to do. Making your own homemade fresh pasta can be an intimidating for a person who has …

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Dec 18

Christmasy Champagne Punch Recipe

If you will be hosting a Christmas party why not make this pretty Christmasy champagne punch? It is a gorgeous color and when you add the red or green sugar to the rim of the glass it really looks festive. The punch sounds really delicious with cranberry and pineapple juice, cinnamon and cloves, champagne and …

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