Squirrels are such cute little creatures, and so much fun to play with and feed while we are in a park. They can really wreck havoc on a garden though, and so can a lot of other cute little critters.
Prepare a mix of flour, salt, and vinegar. Just add equal quantities of all ingredients. Make a paste and then, apply it on your Brass door furniture. Leave it there for some time. After a few minutes, clean it with a water-soaked cotton cloth. Rinse it with warm, soapy water. Hope you benefit from these two home-made cleaning solutions.
That’s it! You think it’s much harder than that, but I’m going to tell you something. When I was young, my mother went with my father to a formal party. It was thrown together by my father’s boss. Of course, my father was uptight and he didn’t want to make any mistakes. But, my mother didn’t know how to act formal. All she knew was how to be comfortable.
Glasses, tableware, pots: Cast iron or copper pots makes better cauldrons than any plastic do-dad. Old wine goblets or tea cups make a beautiful table settings or candle holders. Of course, it always helps to have a platter around in case you want to put a severed head on it.
I like dinner rolls; especially those with garlic in them. But, I don’t like rolls that require a lot of work or will dirty a dish (my wife had just spent all day doing dishes and I didn’t want her getting mad at me). The thing that attracted me to the Rhode’s Warm N’ Serv brand was the fact they came in their own alloy ute canopy. It even had a lid for storing the rolls later.
It used to be way back when, we humans had more time on our hands than we knew what to do with. It was back then that we didn’t think twice about loading up the charcoal grill with briquettes and waiting the half hour or so for our coals to be ready. Then after our food was cooked setting aside the time required to aluminium tray prices scoop out and dispose of our used charcoal. I’m up to about 45 extra minutes, how about you?
Cut the peaches in half lengthwise and remove pit. Brush with a mild flavored oil and sprinkle with pumpkin pie spice or cinnamon. Place cut side down on the grill and cook till charred on the edges. While still warm, dot with a spoonful of apricot, blueberry or your favorite jam/fruit preserve. Top with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or frozen yogurt.
Try experimenting with the different wood chips that you will find at any hardware store that sells grills. And see what you can come up with in the way of different barbeque sauces. You will find a slew of recipes online that you can whip up yourself.