Saturday , February 23 2019

How to Pick the Firewood that Puts Off the Most Heat

How to Pick the Firewood that Puts Off the Most Heat

How to Pick the Firewood that Puts Off the Most Heat As winter creeps closer, you might wonder what wood is the best for heating and burning to keep your house toasty warm. The best results and more heat per wood volume come from burning the highest density, or heaviest, …

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How to Properly Season, Clean, and Care for Cast-Iron Cookware

How to Properly Season, Clean, and Care for Cast-Iron Cookware

How to Properly Season, Clean, and Care for Cast-Iron Cookware Cast-iron pans are common cooking pans found in kitchens because of their non-stick, seasoning properties. The more you use it, the better because it helps with seasoning. They need to be washed and seasoned properly for optimal performance. First, look …

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Delicious Pumpkin Recipes to Try

8 Delicious Pumpkin Recipes to Try

8 Delicious Pumpkin Recipes to Try Fall has officially arrived, and that means pumpkin is takings its rightful place as queen of the food world. Pumpkin everything is the name of the game each fall. From pumpkin spice coffee to pumpkin scented candles, it’s impossible for you escape this deliciousness, …

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Storing Fruits, Vegetables, and Herbs

Storing Fruits, Vegetables, and Herbs

Storing Fruits, Vegetables, and Herbs It’s harvest time! For many home gardeners that means a beautiful bounty of home-grown fruits, vegetables, and herbs, while others prefer to take advantage of the work of others by finding the best bargains on fresh items at the local farmer’s market or grocery store. …

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5 Yummy Candy Apples Recipes

5 Yummy Candy Apples Recipes

5 Yummy Candy Apples Recipes  Everything you need to know to make perfect candy apples every time!  These easy tips and techniques are your ticket to amazing candy apples that are sure to wow any crowd.  Top off a classic red candy apple with your favorite candy pieces for a …

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How to Re-Make Sweat Pants

How to Re-Make Sweat Pants

How to Re-Make Sweat Pants Sunny days and warmer temperatures are here for a lot of us. While you switch over your clothes from winter sweaters and long-johns to shorts and summer dresses, make sure not to though those old beloved sweat pants away quite yet. Here is a great DIY …

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13 Natural Ways to Rid Your House of Spiders

13 Natural Ways to Rid Your House of Spiders

13 Natural Ways to Rid Your House of Spiders Sure, it may be normal to have a spider show up every once and awhile in your home, but as the weather changes, you may see more invaders than you’re comfortable with. Spiders may either try to enter your house to …

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12 Fall Camping Tips You Must Remember

12 Fall Camping Tips You Must Remember

12 Fall Camping Tips You Must Remember The crisp autumn air and changing leaves mean that it’s the perfect time for fall camping. Camping in the fall is beautiful. Sunsets have a beautiful, golden hue, parks are less occupied, and the bugs aren’t out in full force. Whether you are …

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20 Pumpkins Carving And Decor Ideas For Halloween

20 Pumpkins Carving And Decor Ideas For Halloween

20 Pumpkins Carving And Decor Ideas For Halloween Halloween is coming and it is coming fast. Don’t wait until the last minute to start with your preparations. Pumpkins are very important part of Halloween. No pumpkins, no Halloween spirit. Whether you’re carving, decorating, or using this classic fall gourd for Halloween …

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16 Simple, Effective, and Natural Poison Ivy Remedies

16 Simple, Effective, and Natural Poison Ivy Remedies

16 Simple, Effective, and Natural Poison Ivy Remedies If you’re an avid camper or an outdoor junkie, chances are you’ve had a few bouts with some nasty poison ivy—it’s just a fact of life. It can be an unexpected setback, but a bit of poison ivy rash can be taken …

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6 Ways to Preserve Your Fruit and Vegetable Harvest

6 Ways to Preserve Your Fruit and Vegetable Harvest

6 Ways to Preserve Your Fruit and Vegetable Harvest It’s ok to admit it: canning is not always all it’s cracked up to be. It means a hot kitchen on what will probably be a hot day. It means clamps and jars and tongs and really big pressurizers. It means …

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Guide To Growing a Fall Vegetable Garden

Guide To Growing a Fall Vegetable Garden

Guide To Growing a Fall Vegetable Garden With summer winding down, many people think that the time to reap fresh vegetables from home gardens may be winding down along with it. Savvy gardeners know, however, that there is still time to sow and grow some of the tastiest vegetables you …

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