Over the weekend, I decided to try tinting some glass jars that I had hanging around my kitchen. A couple smaller size mason jars, a large half gallon glass jug and a pretty alfredo sauce glass jar with a metal lid. I had been kicking these mismatched jars around the kitchen since last summer, so I had to do something!
I have never known anyone that did this, but I studied several sets of instructions on the internet, and I charged in blindly. :) The result, was really pretty and it really was not all that difficult.
Easy Way to Color Tint Mason Jars
Make Your Glass Jars Beautiful with Color!
I have been trying to find alternative to using sandwich bags in my husband's lunch every day. I have been buying sandwich bags for this purpose for years and I am tired of throwing my money away. Then last week I stumbled upon a website that had reusable sandwich bags. At first I thought it was a ridiculous idea, but when I looked at the design, I saw why it would work or even be better than the plastic kind. The reason is because it unfolds flat, so you can easily clean it. I was getting ready to order a couple when it dawned on me that I could make these so easy, and a lot simpler than how they had made theirs. Below is my tutorial for making your own, it really is pretty easy.
Homemade Bacon Mayonnaise
I have been on a kick recently making flavored mayonnaise. I have made several different varieties and most all are pretty yummy, but the best one by far is BACON!
Of course it is nothing new that everything is better with bacon. Have you ever met anything that wasn't? Hamburgers, grilled cheese, potato soup, pizza are but a few things that are improved by adding bacon. The same can be said for mayonnaise!
This recipe is very simple and only uses basic ingredients. You've never had mayo till you have had BACON MAYO!!
I really love chicken casserole. I am not particular about what goes in it, as long as the chicken is tender and it has a delicious, creamy sauce. The sauce that makes a chicken casserole delicious, is really very easy to make. Once you get your sauce made, you can make your casserole out of leftover vegetables, fresh chopped vegetables or a bag of frozen, then toss in the chicken cubes, stir and pour into a greased 13 x 9 pan. Cook covered with foil for 30 minutes. Remove foil, top with your favorite cheese, or crushed potato chips or coarse bread crumbs, and bake uncovered for another 10 to 15 minutes. A hot meal for a cold winter's day that your family will love.
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