One of the things our family does regularly with leftovers is we prepare a meal we call “Party Tray.” I’ll take all the collected leftovers out of the refrigerator and freezer, reheat them, and then divide the food items among our plates. Everyone gets a little dab of this and a little dab of that — maybe only a bite or two of each item, but after the plate is filled with bits and pieces from past meals, it takes on the look of a plate from a party buffet line. I usually add some sliced cheese and crackers, plus a few cut-up fresh veggies, to complete the party theme. Continue reading
by Debi Taylor-Hough
Following the premature birth of our first child, a group of ladies from church filled our freezer with two weeks of frozen meals. Between frequent visits to the I.C.U. Nursery and the normal stresses of starting a family, those meals in the freezer were a lifesaver. Continue reading
I found a recipe for making baby wipes out of paper towels. It called for cutting a roll of paper towels in half and I remember the mineral oil, but nothing else. I know there was more to it, I printed it out and have lost it. If anyone knows where to find this or has the recipe, please let me know. Continue reading
Submitted by: RJ
Thrift vs. Greed – just some thoughts…
Thrift conserves for the future.
Greed acquires for the profit.
Thrift makes things.
Greed takes things. Continue reading
Submitted by: Debi
SUPER SIMPLE HOMEMADE BODY SCRUB
- 1 cup brown sugar mixed with 1 cup
white sugar until there are no more lumps Continue reading