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Spring Home Maintenance Checklist

Your home just survived the winter weather. Keep your home in good shape by performing the tasks outlined below. These tasks will help get it ready for the summer weather. Download the handy Spring Home Maintenance Checklist that outlines the following tasks.

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Italian Bagna Cauda-A Great Party Dip

My first marriage family introduced me to the New Year’s Eve tradition of Italian bagna cauda with cream and fresh raw vegetables and Italian bread. A great dip or fondue for any celebration.

Bagna cauda with oil originated in 16th century Italy. However, I prefer a creamy version. Served hot as a dipping sauce with cut-up fresh vegetables and Italian bread.

Also, I like to add tuna to the bagna cauda for more body.

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Sandwich Bread 1 1/2 to 2 Pound Loaf

Enjoy the aroma of your own white sandwich bread baking. With this easy recipe and your machine, you can enjoy your own home-baked sandwich bread.

Bread machines bake different size loaves of bread. I recommend the 1 1/2-2 pound size. Bake some bread today!

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Coffee: What do the different roasts really mean?

Coffee, as an Indiana farm child, meant my mother brewing (more like cooking) it in an old aluminum pot on the back burner of our gas stove. By the end of the day, it looked like dark brown sludge and smelled bitter. It’s no wonder that I started drinking hot tea instead. My hot tea in those days had a more than ample amount of sugar.

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Looms-Which One is Right for You

Rigid Heddle Loom, Table Loom, or Floor Loom: Which weaving loom is right for you?Before I get into the differences/similarities of the weaving looms, let me give you this comparison.These three vehicles are all modes of transportation but require different levels of exertion on your part.

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Grilled Ham and Cheese Sandwiches

For years, I made my grilled cheese sandwiches by buttering the outside of the bread, placing the cheese/ham in between, and then putting the entire sandwich on the griddle. It was always tricky to flip the entire sandwich. Now, I grill the bread slices separately add the cheese/ham and then put the sandwich together. Not only is this easier, it is faster.

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Slow Cooker BBQ Ribs

These slow cooker BBQ ribs are no mess, no fuss, and very tender. While the ribs cook, you are free to work on whatever you like. These ribs will be fall off the bone tender.

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