Forum Replies Created
I just wanted to stop by and say welcome. I’m relatively new to this site myself and am hooked. Enjoy the site. Take care. Doro
Just wanted to stop by and say welcome… or should I say congrats for joining! I haven’t been a member long; but, I am hooked already. Take care. Doro
Just wanted to stop by and say welcome. I am relatively new to this site too and I am already hooked. Enjoy.
I just read your post and I couldn’t believe you said you were looking for Ramen Noodle recipes because that was how I landed here too! The thing I have been using them in is stir fry. I just cook them on the side and add them at the end of whatever I stir up.
I had no idea they tasted so much like lo-mein noodles. Anyway, glad to see you posting. Take care.
Hello! Welcome to Budget 101. I am relatively new here myself. I’m already hooked and have learned a lot of things. Again, welcome! Doro
Thanks for sharing this… It’s gonna save some bowls from getting dirty!
- July 5, 2010 at 12:12 pm in reply to: Place a wooden spoon over pot to keep it from boiling over #428423
Now that’s a tip! Thanks for sharing!
These sound yummy! Thanks for posting the recipe!
Ten thousand tokens is a lot of points! Thank you!
Summer Redoes Are In The Air
Thanks for sharing your projects for the summer. They are so exciting! I love the idea of the cabin for your son’s room.
When you mentioned the theme, I immediately thought of you bringing the out of doors in. And, your bedroom sounds like it’s going to be a real summer retreat. I sure hope you take some pictures of both of them and post on here!
Again, thanks for sharing!
This is our daughter and son-in-law’s newly done living room… This is what they put together with what was on hand in our sheds, a curb alert (the stereo cabinet) and a couple of things that were passed down from the families. They had the Love Seat, Ottoman and tv.
there are a couple of more things that she’s going to hang that she ‘shopped’ out of the house. actually, i’ve been trying to give them to her for a long time. anyway.
redoing, no matter how much always lifts one’s spirits.
Just wanted to stop by and say welcome. I think you’ll find this is a nice site. Again… welcome. Doro
sunflower seed cookies
1 c. margarine or butter
1 c. brown sugar
1 t. vanilla
1 ½ c. flour
1 t. baking soda
3 c. quick oats
Cream the margarine (or butter), brown sugar, granulated sugar, eggs, and vanilla together. Add flour, salt, baking soda and quick oats. Mix together then add sunflower seeds.
Form in long roll about 1 ½ inches in diameter. Wrap in plastic wrap. Chill.
Slice ¼ inch thick. Place on ungreased cookie sheets. Bake at 350º for 8 to 10 minutes.
Just until they are starting to brown ever so lightly.
Yield: approx. 9 dozen cookies
Here you go.
Hello from Kansas!
I just wanted to stop in and say welcome! I know you are going to enjoy it here. I am relatively new myself and already learned a lot.
Again, welcome. Doro
Wanted to stop in and say hello and welcome. I’m relatively new here to. I think you will enjoy it.
Looking forward to hearing your ideas and thoughts. Take care. Doro