Easy Canning Recipe: Corn Cob Jelly #SundaySupper

Easy Canning Recipe: Corn Cob Jelly #SundaySupper

Saving Summer is the theme of our #SundaySupper today and it’s something that’s pretty near and dear to my heart. My garden is constantly over flowing with fruits and veggies that I can’t use up fast enough. Last year we had an over abundance of banana peppers and blueberries. This year it has been strawberries, blueberries and corn. Yes, corn. Welcome to my world. I live in Missouri and it’s pretty abundant here.
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Facts About Missouri

Did you know that Missouri’s state instrument is a friggen’ fiddle? What the heck? Anyway – enjoy some more useless facts. OH and I also learned something cool about St. Louis. If you know what Imo’s is (and you would if you lived/visited/stayed in St. Louis for any period of time) you’ll find this kinda… 

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Watergate Salad

A real favorite at our house. We make it all the time! Watergate Salad 1 package of pistachio pudding and pie filling 1 can of crushed pineapple in juice 1 cup white miniature marshmallows 1/2 cup chopped pistachios (if desired) 1 tub of whipped topping Stir the pudding mix, the pineapple with juice (keep the… 

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Crockpot Yogurt

You CAN make yogurt at home and you can do it just as easy in your crockpot! Check out this awesome recipe. We’ve done it a few times and were pleasantly satisfied with the results. There is absolutely nothing better than homemade yogurt and it is so ridiculously easy and tastes so smooth and wonderful…. 

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Pantry Inventory

When something you use is on sale, STOCK UP! Your first grocery trip on the road to saving money is actually to spend a little more than you are used to. Items that are staples in your pantry should be purchased in large quantity if possible. These include items such as flour, sugar, pasta, dry… 

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Bacon Cheese Wheels Recipe

Bacon Cheese Wheels 8 slices bacon, cooked 2 T. onion, chopped fine 8 oz. grated cheese 4 T. Miracle Whip 1/2 tsp. garlic powder 1/2 tsp. celery salt 1 tsp. sugar Party Rye bread, rounds Fry bacon & crumble fine. Add remaining ingredients, except rye bread. Mix well. Spread on rye bread rounds. Broil until… 

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Top 10 Email Forwards

After browsing around for a least an hour and getting a good idea of the types of forwards people receive on a daily basis, there is not a list created to show off the top 10. In fact, I was looking more for those types that say “please send to at least 7 friends or… 

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One of my favorite things…

I know I’m strange, but you’ve probably noticed, I love lists. My favorite thing at the end of the year is finding top ten lists. Doesn’t necessarily matter what they are of, they just need to be interesting. So after I grabbed my cup of coffee this morning I checked my email and I had… 

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Holiday Storage Ideas

Holiday & Christmas Decoration Storage Tips From Dianne Hadaway, Your Guide to Single Parents @ About.com FREE Newsletter. Sign Up Now! Tips For Safely Storing Your Ornaments & Holiday Decor Have you ever been lazy about properly storing your Holiday or Christmas decorations? I admit, I’m guilty of it. I thought I’d just stick them… 

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Chocolate Peanut Butter Pudding Cake

It’s Chocolate. And Peanut Butter. I mean come on, what’s not to love? And beyond that, it’s so simple and you can throw it in your crockpot and forget about it for awhile. Yep, that’s right, this is a crockpot recipe for a delicious Chocolate Peanut Butter Pudding Cake. So moist and delicious! Chocolate Peanut… 

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Music MeMe Day 6 – Air Supply

Day 6 – Genre – Lite Rock With their heavily orchestrated, sweet ballads, the Australian soft rock group Air Supply became a staple of early-’80s radio, scoring a string of seven straight Top Five singles. Air Supply, for most intents and purposes, was the duo of vocalists Russell Hitchcock and Graham Russell; other members came… 

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