How to Stay Focused and Be Productive When Working From Home

Working from home can be both a rewarding and challenging experience. Though it allows you to work at your own pace, set your own schedule and spend more time with your family, many people often find it hard to stay focused and be productive and... Recent Article published on 2/4/2010 by candctroll

How to Find Long Haul CDL Jobs

Long haul CDL jobs offer a high wage and an excuse to tour the country via the freedom of the freeway. Follow these steps to find long haul driving jobs. Recent Article published on 2/4/2010 by dkrunner

How to Create Teamwork

Creating teamwork and a sense of team spirit in a work situation or at home enables people to achieve goals together that they could never achieve alone. It also brings people together in a way where they can learn from each other and be more... Recent Article published on 2/4/2010 by paigeturner

How to Train a Dog Well

This article will briefly go over a few different ways to help you train your dog. Ultimately it comes down to time commitment and your relationship with your canine. Recent Article published on 2/4/2010 by nballard5868

How to Find a Rescue Dog in The Breed You Want

You know it is always better to get a rescue dog, but you have your heart set on a specific breed. What to do? Recent Article published on 2/4/2010 by angel0305

How to Get Your Cat ToTake a Bath

Trying to get your cat to take a bath is about as easy as wrestling with barbed wire. If your cat hates it, she will climb right out and over you. To clean your kitty without getting killed, here's what you should try. Recent Article published on 2/4/2010 by sadaf26

How to Get Rid of Your Pet's Fleas

The little pests called fleas can be incredibly to get rid of. In fact, you may never be able to eradicate all of them from your house or yard. But you can still prevent your pet from going nuts from fleas. It's a never-ending battle, but if... Recent Article published on 2/4/2010 by sadaf26

How to Treat Your Pet's Flatulence

It's no secret when your dog passes gas, but it's usually no problem. After all, intestinal gas is a natural part of digestion. Cats are also prone to flatulence, although their diets and eating habits tend to make them less gassy than dogs. No... Recent Article published on 2/4/2010 by sadaf26

How to Stop Your Dog From Digging Holes Outside

Your dog digs ditches and holes all over your lawn, pulling up your houseplants. For dogs, it's a natural and enjoyable behavior - for them, at least. If you think your pet's digging is getting out of hand, try these tips. Recent Article published on 2/4/2010 by sadaf26

How to Treat Your Pet's Irritated Eye

Your dog's eyes are so weepy you suspect he's been watching Old Yeller on TV. Your cat is spending more time pawing at her crusty eyes than playing with her catnip toy. One of the most common eye problems for dogs and cats is conjunctivitis. Also... Recent Article published on 2/4/2010 by sadaf26

How to Treat Your Pet's Fever

Normal temperature for dogs and cats is between 100.5 and 102.5 degrees Fahrenheit. Once the thermometer registers over 103 degrees, you can bet they're getting sick, and you may want to call the vet. Fevers are rarely dangerous, and in most... Recent Article published on 2/4/2010 by sadaf26

How to Treat Your Pet's Ear Mites

Itchy ears are sometimes a symptom of ear mites - tiny pests that can take up residence by the thousands in your pet's ear canals. Without treatment, dogs and cats have been known to scratch themselves raw, sometimes causing skin infections... Recent Article published on 2/4/2010 by sadaf26

How to Stop Your Pet From Fighting Other Animals

Although fighting is scary to watch and dangerous for the combatants, it is extremely common - there are ways to stop battles before casualties occur. Here are some tips. Recent Article published on 2/4/2010 by sadaf26

How to Keep a Blessing Journal

Why is it that we tend to remember the horrible things that happen to us?I suppose it is because bad things are easier to remember.But,dwelling on them can send you into a state of depression. A blessing journal is a wonderful way to remind... Recent Article published on 2/4/2010 by Angela Green

How to Tell If You're Ready For Sex

Being ready to have sex and lose your virginity isn't just about being in the right stage of life. Some people want to wait until they marry, some people want to wait until they're in love and some people want to wait until they're a certain age.... Recent Article published on 2/4/2010 by lucyfrench

How to Manage Money in Your Marriage

What is the secret to managing money in your marriage? The secret is to make a plan that defines the role of money in your lives, structures how you will handle money, and that you work together as a team. Recognize this can be a sensitive issue.... Recent Article published on 2/4/2010 by Debra Joy Goldman

How to Strengthen the Family with Family Night

In uncertain economic times, one's family can be a source of inspiration and strength. Of course, in such times, it comes as no surprise if everyone is sticking closer to home. It can be difficult just scraping together sufficient gas money;... Recent Article published on 2/4/2010 by easycash

How to Know If Your Religion Is Worth Your Faith

Most people have have blind faith in "their" God or their church or whatever they believe. They are so afrad of death, of poverty or hunger or disease that they pay to believe in whatever most people believe. Recent Article published on 2/4/2010 by Pedro Pacheco

How to Protect Yourself Before Having Sex

Sexually transmitted and contracting diseases remain one of the biggest problems in sexual relationships between people. Despite the growing health awareness, the scope and incidence of sexually transmitted diseases do not decrease, making... Recent Article published on 2/4/2010 by smiley28

How to Know If You Are The Love Of That Special Person's Life

Most people spend their entire lives looking for that special one just to die before they find it. This guide will show you how to know when you found that special one. Recent Article published on 2/4/2010 by Pedro Pacheco

How to Read the 1800 US Census for Genealogy Research

The 1800 US Census was the second census taken in the United States. The 1800 Census was conducted on August 4, 1800, and showed that there was a total population of 5,308,483, with 893,602 being slaves. The information provided here will help... Recent Article published on 2/4/2010 by Jacky Gamble

How to Create a Lasting Relationship

Too often relationships end because people fail to continue to do the work. Finding the person you want to be with is only part of the story, striving to keep the spark is a never ending challenge. Follow these steps to enjoy an enduring bond... Recent Article published on 2/4/2010 by thenicknick

How to Apply for TANF

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) provides financial assistance to low income families with children. Keep reading to learn how to apply to this welfare program. Recent Article published on 2/4/2010 by dkrunner

Fruit Syrup

this is a syrup we serve in our school to get the kids to eat fruits. We use apples in ours, however can sup. any fruit you would like like blueberries and so forth. -- posted by lost in north dakota

French Canadian Meat Turkey Stuffing

I posted this recipe for Dreamer in Ontario and she liked it, so here it is for you enjoy it, too. -- posted by pinky kookie

Butter Pecan Ice Cream Pie

I posted this delicious recipe for momma-lo's request and she liked it very much, so I want to share that recipe here. It was submitted by henrie for Allrecipes. Enjoy. -- posted by pinky kookie

raw pasta aglio e olio

Add to: Recipe Box | | miss_v, 02/05/10raw pasta aglio e olio

Boiled Buttermilk Frosting

I come from a family of frosting haters. So, any glaze or frosting that I use has to be mighty special. It can't be "too sweet" or "too thick"...like Goldilocks, it has to be "just right." This delightful recipe makes a non-too-sweet topping, thicker than a glaze and thinner than a cream cheese frosting. I use it on cakes that require only a tiny amount of additional sweetness to make them perfect.

It's good on it's own but when either orange or lemon zest is added, it's even better. -- posted by The_Swedish_Chef

Spaghetti Alla Puttanesca, Italian Style

I first was introduced to this recipe when I was reading the book, "Belong to Me", when the main character "would have sold her soul" for a plate of this. I had to do further research and hours later, found a recipe that I was happy with sharing. There are American versions of this and Italian versions of this. The Italian version has you begin by reducing the anchovies into a paste, reducing their fishy taste. It also has you cook the sauce longer, mingling the flavours and reducing the tomatoes into their own paste.

Chicken Orzo Skillet

From TOH Healthy Cooking mag. -- posted by hungrykitten

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