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28 March 2017

Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop #219

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Hey, it's Spring! Bloggers are busy in the spring! Easter and Passover posts, Mother's Day round the corner, new crafts, gardening tips, fresh home decor, kids activities, holiday recipes and desserts ... abundant creativity shows up in the spring! Let's take a look at what you loved last week and then get right into our first party of SPRING!

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appetizers
Spicy Shrimp Sushi Stack - Don't Sweat The Recipe



Very Popular

spring decor
Pretty In Pink Pinwheel Wreath - My Busy Beehives



potatoes, side dishes
Baked Potato Bar - Money Wise Moms



gift ideas

Left Handed Gifts - Earning and Saving with Sarah Fuller





Editor's Pick
office accessories
12 Items You Always Need In Your Office - Graceful Coffee




Here are our simple party rules...
  • Please follow our hosts on this week's social media. 
  • Please TWEET our party   
  • Add as many of your family-friendly posts as you would like to. No Etsy shops, adult sites or blog parties, please. 
  • Visit others. Let them know you've been there! 
  • If you are NEW,  let us know in the comments so that we can follow you back. ♥  Help us find your posts - tell us what number they are? 
  • NOTE: party entries appear in REVERSE. i.e. the most recent entry goes to the top! That way all of our guests will have a chance to be seen no matter when they arrive :)
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27 March 2017

How To Clean A Baking Pan

Burnt on baking pans are the number one reason that I used to avoid certain recipes. They are the yummiest dishes but also guaranteed to produce a burnt-on mess - though I did NOT actually burn the food. It is just the way they are. 

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What kind of dishes? I am talking about pot roast, beef stew and brisket: three delicious tummy warming dinners that my family loves. But how I dreaded the clean up. Whether made in the oven or a crockpot, the cleaning chore ahead was inevitable -that is, until now! 

Finally, I discovered the so simple cure. It is really a dream come true. What is it?  Baking soda! Yes. Nothing fancy but you are going to love this.

I extolled the hidden virtues of baking soda some time ago in "15 Great Uses For Baking Soda" covering everything from insect bite treatment to a key ingredient in your child's Erupting Volcano Science Fair Experiment - but this? How did I miss this?




How To Clean Burnt-On Food In A Baking Pan

Supplies
Warm water
1/4 - 1/2 cup baking soda



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Directions
Rinse the pan with water.
Pour in dry baking soda.

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Add lots of very warm water to cover all the burnt on food.
Let the pan stand for at least 15 - 30 minutes.


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Next, place the pan in the sink -if it isn't already there- and rub the interior with a kitchen brush.

The burnt-on food will lift off easily!
Pour out the dirty water.
Add dish soap, clean warm water and,  using a sponge, clean it the rest of the way.
Rinse. 
Dry.
Sparkling clean!

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Got any great cleaning tips? Tell us!

Enjoy!
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26 March 2017

Welcome Back To Another Great Week At The Happiness Is Homemade Party

Welcome back to another great week at Happiness is Homemade Link Party!!! We are your headquarters for all things Easter, spring, home decor, sweet treats, dinner recipes, and much more.
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24 March 2017

Smelly Sneakers? Get Rid Of That Nasty Odor

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Have a pair of sneakers that you just love but, ooooh the smell - who can stand them! Don't throw them away just yet. Try baking soda!  I did and it worked.

Baking soda is a natural deodorizer. Just sprinkle baking soda in each shoe, shake it around so that the powder gets in all the crevices and dump out the residue over a sink or waste basket. 

Wear them! 
Check it out when you take them off again. They should smell just fine. Repeat every once in a while to maintain freshness. (By the way, canvas shoes can be washed so, if yours are canvas, wash them!)

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23 March 2017

Recipe Sharing Party

Welcome to the Recipe Sharing Party where all of the recipes get Yummed and Pinned!

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How this party will help you the most=> this party is designed to bring lots of new traffic to your recipe posts. 

The only way that is going to happen is if we share each other's recipes on social media. We ask that EVERYBODY pin and yum every recipe. If we do, we all should get lots and lots of fresh exposure to our work every week!  You can even COME BACK and yum and pin some more. Party is open till Friday night for entries but pins and yums continue. 

Two other things to remember...
  • RECIPES ONLY
  • ONE recipe per post - no collections or roundups, please.

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