Who doesn’t love s’mores? They just scream campfires and warm summer nights. Sadly, those warm summer nights are a long ways off, so it’s a little hard to make those s’mores. Luckily, I have run across this easy s’mores candy bar recipe which can be made any time of the year. Yes, it is a little bit more complicated than actually making s’mores over the campfire, but it is still very good and a great substitute for the open flame original.
Does anyone else live in a house filled with dead animals? I’m sure that I can’t be the only one, given the fact that hunting and fishing are ways of life around here. In my kitchen alone there is an elk head, a moose head, 15 deer shed and a pot rack made from elk sheds. My living room is even worse, consisting of two antelope heads, three elk sheds, a duck, two deer heads, two fox hides, four sets of matching deer sheds, a wolf skull and a wolf hide.
Who doesn’t love the Budweiser Clydesdales? They are pretty hard not to love. These beautiful animals are a symbol of strength and tradition. They were first introduced in 1933 to celebrate the repeal of the Prohibition. The first team of Budweiser Clydesdales carried the first case of post-prohibition beer from the Budweiser brewery in St. Louis to Pestalozzi Street in St. Louis.
Breast Cancer is a very serious issue. According to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. Breast cancer is also the most commonly diagnosed type of cancer in women and is the second leading cause of death among women.
Have you ever heard of el chupacabra? It is a mysterious animal that sucks the blood out of livestock and goats. Its name actually means goat sucker. It cannot be confirmed if el chupacabra actually exists, but sightings of the creature have appeared from Mexico and the United States, to Russia and the Philippines. It has been described as a creature the size of a small bear with a row of spines going down its back.
Montana is a beautiful state, not many states can compare to her. However, when it comes to laws Montana may not quite be on the cutting edge. It seems that our cities in particular might have a little difficulty making sound judgements when it comes to city laws. Some of these laws may have been relevant at one time, but others I’m not sure were ever, or will ever, be relevant.
If you’re planning on cooking for your date or taking her out for a nice Valentine’s Day meal, there are a few foods you want to avoid. Most of these foods could probably be considered manly foods, but that is not why they are on the naughty, do not eat list
I’m a baker. I love to bake pretty much anything from cakes and pies, to rolls, breads and cookies. You name it, I’ve baked it. One thing my boys love with the many breads, biscuits and rolls I bake is honey butter. It is the best of both worlds, the delicious honey and butter taste, without the mess of the honey and disaster of always trying to figure the dollop of butter and squirt of honey ratio.
This time of year is filled with the sniffles and the sneezes. My boys have been coughing and hacking for the past couple months. It seems that as soon as one gets well, the cold has moved on to the next one. Pretty soon the whole family has had a cold for a month. If at all possible, I like to treat my family’s colds with natural methods. Here are a few natural remedies I have found to help soothe and cure those nasty winter colds.
Okay guys, I’m going to help you out and let you in on the secret of what it is that women really want from you for Valentine’s Day. This list might seem quite simple, but it’s meant to help keep you out of the doghouse on this most romantic of holidays
If you’re looking for an easy crockpot dinner, then this is the recipe for you. With only a few ingredients, and a little amount of prep, you can have a hot, delicious meal for the whole family. This would be a great dinner for those lazy Saturdays, or you could throw this together before you head to church on Sunday. This is so simple and you could easily add steamed veggies to this and serve it on a plate, or you could wrap this in a tortilla and add a few chopped olives, onions and tomatoes.
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