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  • in reply to: Grain Mills- best one to buy? #448583

    Barley Crusher W/ 15 Lb.-Capacity Hopper. I have read several articles on milling grain and for disability and long term sustainability(something I can use of the power was out) this is the one I chose.

    in reply to: How to Butcher a Bird #448582

    i completely agree. i love herrick kimballs he has great simple ideas that anyone can gain from.

    in reply to: What to do when out of fabric softner! #448414

    I am going to try this right now. I do use my dryer in winter, with a diverted filter that warms my basement nicely.

    in reply to: Top 10 Reasons You Shouldn’t Plan a Weekly Menu #448411

    Quote: 7. You like to test your cooking skills by looking through the cabinets at 5:15 in the afternoon and creating a gourmet meal out of the random ingredients you find.

    This is probably the one I am most guilty of. In fact, in my house it is considered a matter of pride for myself or my top 2 (eldest son-19 and eldest daughter-16) to come up with last minute meals.

    My daughter is known for unusual combinations and my son shoots for the moon with all the best delights in the freezer including always adding ice cream for dessert.

    I have two make ahead breakfasts that my family loves. One is a pumpkin bar recipe that I cut the sugar in half from the original and added an extra egg. I served it with a healthy dollup of vanilla greek yogurt.

    It can be baked the night before. On Sunday, I like to come home to a hot breakfast ready to eat after worship. I make a breakfast casserole that takes about 10 min.

    to prep and it bakes on the delay setting while we are away.
    Pumpkin Bars
    Preheat oven 350
    2c ww flour
    1T pumpkin pie spice
    1t baking soda
    1/4 c Brown sugar
    1/4 c white sugar
    1t salt
    1/2 c applesauce
    1/2 butter
    2 eggs
    1c pumpkin puree
    1t vanilla
    1 c chocolate chips
    Mix, spread in ungreased 9×13 pan, bake 35-40 min.

    Breakfast Casserole
    1 16oz bag of tater tots
    1 small bag of spinach leaves, chopped
    1/2 lb shredded cheese (I like Colby)
    12 eggs
    1 c milk
    Any leftover cooked meat or 1 can diced spam

    Whisk eggs and milk together, pour tips into large casserole (10×15), layer meat, spinach, then cheese. Poor egg mixture over the top. Salt and pepper to taste.

    Bake at 350° for 40min. Let sit 10 min, check that eggs are set. Feeds 10 to 12

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