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I guess I should start thinking about getting my son a food saver. When you are out back packing, what do you do with the empty package when you are done. Is there a biodegradable version or do you carry your trash out with you?
I use a powdered sugar and corn starch mix--about 50/50 but I don't bother to measure anything.
I have to make this. My son wants to go backpacking. If I can arm him with sugar for energy and nuts for protein, then I know he will be good for at least a day.
vitamins might give it a nasty after taste.
I enjoyed listening to the dialog between teacher and student. Dad made sure his son knew what, why, and how. He even managed to get the proper terminology in so the kid could become comfortable with it. Who's I had such a patient teacher here. I will have to search one out.
What does a mandrel do and what does it look like? (So I know what i am looking for.)
how do you store it? Does it dry out eventually?
TWIX (CARAMEL SHORTBREAD) CHOCOLATE BAR CAKE
I tried it. You don't have to wait very long--I gave it about an hour and half of the labels came right off. The other half did not work as well. I think it was a different kind of glue. Weird since the jars all came from the same place. Thanks to you I have several different ideas to try.
Thanks. That is what I was hoping for.
Making beautiful products from the waste of a 3D-printer
that sounds like it could work. I will have to try it next week in the robotics workshop. We are going to try to turn scraps from the robot build into jewelry and key chains.
Looks beautiful but I am also concerned about the strength. I assume that you can coat it with a sealer but what about stain?
love it. Will try it on my boys shirts. Can't wait to get their reaction.
cute idea. I would have probably just have tossed the straw into the page. You could mark different pages with different colors--I always kept tables in a text book marked for quick reference.
You are showing your age if you keep a slide rule in your desk drawer. I wish I had been saving my husband's k-cups. I have a few drawers in serious need of organization.
I love how you reimagined the ordinary light bulb. Thanks for the great ideas.
I like that you were able to change your plans a bit while you were working. Sorry you had to take out stitching to change the ribbon. That is never fun.
can you solder these together if you were looking for a beginner project to learn soldering?
looks like a fun project.
there has to be a more elegant solution than tape. I just can't think of it
I have 4jars in my sink that I have been soaking for 2 days in soapy water. How thick of a layer of coconut oil. I am actually running low on the stuff. It sat on my shelf for the longest time but now it seams that coconut oil is like duct tape--it fixes everything. Time to shop for more.
I have watched my students do this but they did it so fast I could not follow. Thanks for slowing it down for me.
If I go to my local hardware store and ask for a screw extractor, will they know what it is or is this something have to find online?
maybe you have a recipe and I can make them???
shortbread is kind of crumbly. Are they similar?
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actually he does have a pretty good excuse. I am going to work on my son making me one.
When I saw the picture, I knew it was yours even before I read the name. I think I will make this on a lazy Saturday morning for my boys. Shortbread biscuits sounds like a British thing. What do you recommend as the American equivalent?
I think this is a must do. Thanks for the idea.
I had never considered meatballs. Good idea. I was thinking, 3 or 4 bread bowls. Next time I need to bring dip to a party, I will definately take this one.
they look great but I would only invest this much time and effort if I knew that I could actually wear them and not end up carrying them while going barefoot.
I was looking for the cat in the last pictures. I am sorry you lost him. This is a great way to remember him. It is beautiful.
this recipe should not work. Who ever heard of cookies without flour? I used 2 eggs since everyone said it was too dry. It was still too dry so I added an extra egg white and 1/2 cup sugar. I used white chocolate chips. I may never make brownies again. These cookies are so look good. I really needed a chocolate fix. Thanks.
I cannot use wool--allergies. What would you recommend.
Thanks. I will check into that.
good idea. I will contact the manufacturer. I guess I need to know if it would be slippery when wet too.
I have seen videos that were much harder to understand. Thanks for holding your work in the uncomfortable awkward way you did for the camera. I actually think I could do this. Just think--warm comfy blanket in hours instead of weeks.
I will check it out before I start working. I will let you know if I have any questions.
maybe could add some fiber source if you want to eat these for breakfast.
I will have to try this sometime soon.
I love it.
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looks delicious. Will try this after a quick trip to pick up mascarpone.
I love the textured stitch you used.
I never thought to bake in the Dutch oven. Have to try it. Real crusty bread makes a good soup bowl.
I always wanted my husband to make me one of these.
the frosting looks gooey delicious too. Any chance to can update this and include the frosting?
how long will it last before it dries out or will it get moldy???
If you find yourself waterproofing anything else before spring, maybe you can let me know. If we have some nice weather soon, I may head outside and test it out. I will let you know.
I have everything I need except warm enough weather to work outside. sounds like a spring project. One of the bags I want to waterproof has velcro on it. Do you think the mineral spirits will harm the velcro?
I would love to see it in action. Maybe a video???
Your welcome. And I will be waiting for more.
how durable is the cured resin? Can I use this on the floor in my entryway?
You did a great job.
I enjoyed reading this. I have no need for the knowledge at this time but who knows about the future. I do have a habit of improvising when I don't have the right tool. Thanks for the ideas.Just for the record--and to make your next post even better. Witch is the old woman flying around on a broom. Which is the word you wanted here. I hate spelling in English too.
Got to try this.
this is great!
glad you liked it. Have you tried to build one yet. The long one (rectangular or oval) makes a nice fidget toy.
how heavy is the finished ornament?
I have never had pizza waffles. I look forward to our next leftover pizza.
I have to start saving jars. It shouldn't take too long.
Any eye drops? I have some old ones I was going to throw out.
looks scrumptious. Must try.
White Chocolate & Coconut Cookies
how incredibly beautiful. I made a fondant set once for the top of my nephew's birthday cake. He was about 5 and would not let anyone eat the cake. I may have to make him one of these. He is an adult now and we will be allowed to eat it-- I think. I'll make some extra pieces just in case.
I will probably try it that way. Thanks
Thanks--I gave it to the daughter of one of my husband's nurses.
I think I may just try it. She will be happy that I tried to include her. Or I could ask her. She is pretty good at adapting recipes. Robotics build season ends today so I will get to see her tomorrow. This is the day I will now even get to see my own kids. Last night was really late too.
I hope you enjoy them
Thanks for the extra tips.
this would look great on my deck with a potted plant in each section.
I have a pile of shells collected over the years of oceanside vacations. I wanted to turn some of them into jewelry but had no idea of how to drill holes in them. Thanks
I just found out yesterday that my son loves crab cakes. He had them years ago (he was only about 8) and he told me that when he ordered them in a restaurant, he was expecting crab legs to be sticking out of something like a birthday cake.
If you let them thaw, do they get sticky again? I am usually taking my granola bars with me and I am wondering how much of a mess I should expect.
now I have to do this. Someone already posted my favorite olive garden soup. Now with the bread sticks, what could be more perfect?
My son loves lemon anything. His girlfriend is vegan. Coconut oil as a substitute for the butter????
very intriguing idea.
I bet it smells and tastes even better. Somebody (probably me) hit the post comment button by mistake.
My kids and I would love to come to your house for dinner! Looks great. I bet it smells and ta
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I love the unique shape.
I have been wondering about the inner workings of nutcrackers. Thanks. They are wonderful. You need a few mini-cracker-munchkins.
I am going to trust you on the never water it part. It just seems so wrong. I have a friend who will get me the plant to start me out.
does the paint stick even to the hot glue? Or do you have to be careful not to put it any place that will show at the end?
I will occasionally mix bread by hand cause kneading is therapeutic. My grandmother taught me when I was little. Most of the time I am too lazy/busy so I use the machine. My mother bought it for me 25 years ago. It still works great.
You can use part of the dough to make pizza or cheese bread and what is left becomes desert.
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