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Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Peter Lenkefi 
 
 Article Title :: Slow Cooked Ribs
 
Salt and pepper White vinegar Barbecue sauce -- tomato Sparkling water Based Season whole uncut slabs of pork ribs with salt and pepper, cook slowly in a smoker using low heat (220 Maximum) for two hours. Then baste ribs with a mix of equal parts tomato-based barbeque sauce, white vinegar, and sparkling water every half hour the next three hours. For the final hour of cooking, change the baste to a mix of equal parts barbeque sauce and sparkling water. The ribs will have cooked a total of six hours. Serve with plenty of sauce on the side. return to list Southern Spareribs 6 lb Ribs 3 tb Soy sauce 1 c Ketchup 1 ts Salt 1/2 c Brown sugar 1 c Dr. pepper 1/4 c Honey Use 8 lbs. charcoal, 4 q  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Peter Lenkefi 
 
 Article Title :: Pork Baby Back Ribs
 
Recipe by: Kit Anderson These are the best ribs in the world. I know. I've tried them all. There is a BBQ joint in heaven and it has one thing on the menu. This is it. 1 rack of pork baby back ribs per moderately hungry person. Marinate in cider vinegar about 10 minutes. Liberally use garlic salt and canned black pepper Use hickory, oak, or mesquite At 200-225, they should take 2 1/2 hours Use a water pan. Sauce goes on the side. (You won't need it.) That's it? Yep. Don't mess with perfection. Don't try fresh cracked pepper or cloves of garlic. Don't try spare ribs. I did once and made my wife cry. return to list   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Peter Lenkefi 
 
 Article Title :: Barbecued Ribs
 
5 lb Spareribs ---------------------------FLORIDA BARBECUE SAUCE--------------------------- 2 c Margarine or butter 6 Limes or lemons (the juice) 1 c Cider vinegar 1 ts Salt 1 c Catsup 1 tb Worcestershire sauce 6 oz Jar Prepared horseradish 1 ts Hot pepper sauce PREPARE FLORIDA BARBECUE SAUCE: In a medium stainless-steel or enamelware saucepan melt margarine or butter slowly. Add vinegar, catsup, horseradish, lime or lemon juice, salt and Worcestershire and pepper sauces. Simmer uncovered 20 to 25 minutes to blend flavors. Use as basting sauce for pork, chicken or other meats and serve as a table sauce. Leftover sauce can be refrigerated and kept up to a week. NOTE: If using this sauce fo  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Rachel Paxton 
 
 Article Title :: Friendship Albums
 
My 12-year-old daughter was mad at me when I refused to pay $25 for a school yearbook last year. Who are they trying to kid? In an attempt to appease my daughter, I suggested buying a little notebook that her friends could write messages in for her. As it turned out, we found a small turquoise spiral-bound notebook for about $3 that she really liked. Her gel pens looked really great on the turquoise paper. I also agreed to let her take my camera to school on the last day (it's a fairly inexpensive camera). She took a roll of film that was all hers to take pictures of her friends. She had her friend write little notes to her in her notebook, including phone numbers, AOL Instant Messenger  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Rachel Paxton 
 
 Article Title :: Butterfly Candle Holders
 
Butterfly candle holders are easy to make and a great gift idea. The materials are very inexpensive, and you can use your imagination for a variety of designs. To get started, you will need: Materials: Small glass candle holders Butterfly wrapping paper Yellow tissue paper Decoupage Cuticle scissors Small paintbrush Damp paper towel You can buy whatever glass candle holders you like (or use some you already have laying around). I bought mine at Walmart for about $0.59. You could also find them at thrift stores or yard sales. I chose butterflies for my design, but you could choose whatever design you'd like--maybe keeping in mind the tastes of the person you're making them for. You c  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Rachel Paxton 
 
 Article Title :: Canning Jar Candles
 
Canning jar candles are very easy to make, make great gifts, and are only limited by your imagination! To start all you need are some narrow-mouth canning jars, wire ribbon, potpourri, votive candles, small glass votive candle holders, and craft glue or a hot glue gun. If you don't have any old canning jars, you can find some very inexpensively at thrift stores and yard sales. Wire ribbon can be a little expensive. Look for it at yard sales and at craft store clearance sales. The after-Christmas sales a great time to stock up. One roll of ribbon will make several canning jar candles. Potpourri you can make yourself or buy on sale. Votive candles are inexpensive at stores like Target or   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Rachel Paxton 
 
 Article Title :: Lighted Holiday Potpourri Jars
 
Lighted potpourri jars are a festive addition to any holiday decor. They are inexpensive, easy to make, and make great hostess gifts. SUPPLIES: 1 package Christmas lights (20-bulb strand) Wide-mouth canning jar Potpourri Holiday ribbon Pinecones, small holiday decorations Doily or holiday fabric cut to fit over the mouth of the canning jar Glue gun DIRECTIONS: Plug in light strand and see if any bulbs are burned out and need to be replaced. Arrange light strand and potpourri in canning jar while lights are on so you'll be able to get it just right and be able to see what it will look like when it's finished. Place doily or fabric on top of jar, arranging the cord of the light stra  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Rachel Paxton 
 
 Article Title :: Preserving Thanksgiving Memories for Scrapbooking
 
Last year our family tried out a new way to preserve Thanksgiving memories, and the result was truly a treasured keepsake. A day or two before Thanksgiving, my daughter and I used a turkey rubber stamp to make place cards for all of our family members. We colored the place cards with colored pencils and wrote people's names on them with a metallic gold pen. We then cut up strips of paper to put into a small basket to distribute before Thanksgiving dinner. The day of Thanksgiving, after all of the guests had arrived, we handed out the slips of paper and asked everyone to write down something they were thankful for. Now you should have seen the looks I got! Keep in mind that there were   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Tonie Konig 
 
 Article Title :: Why do I (you) collect?
 
I just got back from the vet with my cat "Spud". He gave us quite a scare, we went away for a couple of day’s vacation and on our return we found him very listless. He just laid there in one spot and wouldn't eat or drink any water. I don't know about you but my heart ran cold with images of what could be wrong, why is he so listless, is he just upset with me for leaving him alone for a while or does he have a virus, was he in a fight, was he poisoned and thus it stormed in my mind.... Now we had a very good friend taking care of him and his uncle "Tigger" while we were away so we knew they were in good hands. To make a long story short we rushed him off to the vet where he was admitted  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Denny Tang 
 
 Article Title :: Photographing Fireworks
 
Taking great photographs of fireworks requires more planning and equipment than most other types of photographs. This article will teach you what equipment and techniques you can use to improve your photographs. 1 Bring extra batteries, film/memory, and a tripod to keep your camera steady while taking photographs of fireworks. During the fireworks, you  (read full article)
 
 
 
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