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  1. Lele

    Wierd Food

    ok, I grew up eating this as a kid and still like it today. My dad would make it for us in the hot summer as dinner. 1 chilled can of pork and beans, add 1 can tuna, 1 T sweet relish, some chopped onions. mix well and serve on a lettuce leaf. You can also add some cheese to the mix.
  2. Sounds like you might have: http://www.ehow.com/facts_7192604_home-rem...;utm_source=ask
  3. Bradford pear trees do not bear fruit it does in deed produce fruit but they are small (marble sized) and brown. The Bradford pear tree is known scientifically as Pyrus calleryana. Bradford pears are quick-growing deciduous trees that reach approximately 50 feet high when mature. They produce white flowers and small, inedible fruit. Read more: Are Bradford Pear Trees Poisonous to Humans? | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/facts_5809230_bradford...l#ixzz0w1dOuu1l
  4. What how did I miss this.... Happy Birthday
  5. This is what I have. SOUR DOUGH STARTER FOR AMISH FRIENDSHIP CAKE Printed from COOKS.COM □ 1 c. flour □ 1 c. sugar □ 1 c. milk Day 1: Stir (do not refrigerate mix). Day 2: Stir. Day 3: Stir. Day 4: Stir. Day 5: Add 1 cup flour, 1 cup sugar, 1 cup milk and stir. Day 6: Stir. Day 7: Stir. Day 8: Stir. Day 9: Stir. Day 10: Stir and again add 1 cup flour, 1 cup sugar and 1 cup milk. and this, hope it helps AMISH FRIENDSHIP BREAD Printed from COOKS.COM □ 1 c. Amish Bread Starter □ 2/3 c. cooking oil □ 2 c. flour □ 1 c. sugar □ 3 eggs □ 1 1/2 tsp. baking powder □ 1 to 1 1/2 tsp. cinnamon □ 1/2 tsp. vanilla □ 1/2 tsp. salt □ 1/2 tsp. baking soda Your choice of raisins, nuts, dates, apples, banana, chocolate chips, etc. Combine dry ingredients. Add to remaining mixed wet ingredients. Place batter in two greased and sugared 9 x 5 x 3 inch loaf pans or use 4 mini-loaf pans. Bake in preheated 350 degree oven for 30 to 35 minutes. Per one-twelfth large loaf: 145 calories, 2 grams protein, 19 grams carbohydrate, 7 grams fat, 34 milligrams cholesterol, 92 milligrams sodium. Calories from fat: 42 percent. Or use flour.
  6. Thanks for posting this.. i had trouble downloading this with mozilla, but it worked fine with explorer.
  7. Try the library also, saves a ton of money over buying them and you don't have all that clutter from too many. I can make a copy of any articles if I need to.
  8. Lele


    get a kiddy pool fill with good garden soil and plant carrots if your ground is too hard for them. There are several varieties that are short carrots and do very well in them.
  9. Jake, it says there will be a certificate that can be printed out when the course is completed. Make sure you have a working printer connected so you can print it out. Good luck on your business venture I hope you sell a lot of canned stuff and still have plenty left over for your family. My goal this year is for my sister and I to can back enough for both of our families. Not sure how many cans that will turn out to be.
  10. WooHoo So wish that you lived in my area so I could attend your classes.
  11. Humm... If you do sell it, could you still sell the Cd's or reserve the right to sell them. I would love to purchase your Cd's.
  12. south central texas, east of San Antonio
  13. Mountain Laurel - sophora secundiflora Agarita bush - berberis trifoliolata Burr Oak- quercus macrocarpa Huisache - acacia smallii Yaupon Holly- llex vomitoria
  14. Found this a long time ago. Always hoped to build it some day, but DH just does not like strawbale houses. The_basic_idea_here_is_to_build_several_very_small_free_standing_units.doc
  15. No do not use containers that are for fuel products, they are not safe. You can buy 8 gal water containers from walmart or home depot. They are blue or aqua colored to indicate they are safe for water. Will look for a link and post it.
  16. Lexington is just East of Austin ---- it easy to get to and it is almost right around the corner from anywhere. Travel Time from: Bastrop - 34 mins -- 21 north to 77, 77 north to Lexington., right at blinking yellow light onto 696, 1.5 m to farm Bryan/CS - 48 mins -- 21 south through Caldwell, right onto 696, 14 miles to farm (on left) Caldwell - 22 mins -- 21 south, right onto 696, 14 miles to farm (on right) Cedar Park - 65 mins -- go to Round Rock and follow RR directions below Giddings - 20 mins -- 77 north to Lexington, right at blinking yellow light Pflugerville - 50 mins -- follow Cedar Park directions Rockdale - 18 mins -- 77 South to Lexington, left at blinking yellow light, farm is 1.5 mile on right Round Rock - 50 mins -- take 79 to Taylor, right on 79 Truck (the loop) around to 112, follow 'from Taylor"' Taylor - 38 mins -- below
  17. I would be interested in this, looking at there web site to see what I need. What does the RB and SP mean? I have never ordered from any place like this so not sure how to read there lists. Sprout Seed-Alfalfa 6 gal 45# RB Sprout Seed-Alfalfa 45# 6 gal SP
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