Saturday, November 12, 2016

Burnt Pot Recovery #burn #rice #cooking #Tip

How to #Clean Your #Burnt #Scorched #Pot

We've all done it. Put a pot of something like rice on the stove, forgotten about it or didn't turn the heat down, and presto! Your beautiful saucepan has a burnt layer on the bottom.
1. Discard contents of pot.
2. Scrape out as many loose bits of burnt food as you can with a wooden spoon.
3. Don't use anything sharp or abrasive.
4. Sprinkle baking soda into bottom of pan (about 2 tbsp per cup of water).
5. Add enough water to cover burnt parts by 1-inch and stir; water should look murky.
6. Bring to a boil, reduce heat to medium and simmer for 15 minutes.
7. Remove from heat and discard water.
8. Scrape bottom of pot with wooden spoon. Burnt bits should come right off!
9. If any stains remain, sprinkle baking soda into the pan and add a few drops of water to form a paste.
10. Scrub using a non-abrasive scrubbie. The remaining bits will come right off!

Monday, November 7, 2016

Trade Show Presentations that Help You Get Noticed!

#tradeshow #Baltimore #business #events

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

#Thanksgiving #Hacks Thanks to Krazy Koupon Lady!

Print out recipes and tape them at eye level on kitchen cabinets.

Shape foil into a ring to keep the turkey moist while roasting. Place turkey on top of foil ring in the pan.

Use a thermos as a gravy warmer to free up space on the stove.

Keep mashed potatoes warm in a slow cooker.

Grate butter for easy mixing when making biscuits or pie crust.

Boil cinnamon sticks, apple peels, orange rinds, and whole cloves in water for a festive-smelling home.

Cover the kids table with kraft paper and set out crayons to keep them entertained.

Use a hollowed-out pumpkin as a flower vase.

Prevent a mixing spoon from falling into a bowl or pot full of food by wrapping a rubber band around the handle.

Get fluffier whipped cream by chilling a metal beater and bowl beforehand.

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Home Maintenance #Fall #Maintenance

  • Test smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.
  • Change air filters in the heating and air conditioning system.
  • Clean range hood filters to avoid possible grease fires.
  • Trim back any shrubbery or plant growth around the outdoor HVAC unit by at least 18 inches.
  • Check and wipe down sliding doors and window tracks.
  • Replace batteries in smoke detectors.
  • Test garage door and grease tracks as needed.
  • Clear gutters of spring and fall foliage.
  • Power wash windows and siding.
  • Schedule seasonal service of the HVAC system before summer and winter.
  • Inspect and insulate pipes to protect them from freezing.
  • Trim trees and shrubs away from the home's exterior.
  • Touch up exterior paint and check for wood rot or water damage.
  • Check grouting in kitchen and bathroom and repair if necessary.

Sunday, September 25, 2016

What Produce to Buy Each Month #Produce #Useful

Here is a list of What to Buy, and when to buy it! From one of my fav new blogs! It's a list of when to buy produce by month.
Check out this great blog

Friday, July 15, 2016

Lower Your Energy Bill #savemoney

Great ideas reposted from the Home Depot.
Which one will you try?
Let me know -
What other money saving suggestions do you want to see?

Saturday, April 23, 2016

Sneha #Indian #Cuisine #Amazing

Sneha Indian Cuisine

This week I want to introduce a wonderful restaurant, Sneha Indian Cuisine. There are an amazing array of dishes, including kabobs, biryani, and tandoori meals. Please try the Crispy Kale Chat, in which warm kale mixes with cold crunchy tomatoes and onions. 

The address is 6600 Baltimore National Pike, Catonsville, MD 21228 and phone 443-251-2187, hours

Open today · 12–3PM5:30–10:30PM

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Success is a Journey #Success #Travel

Success is not a destination

Therefore you can never get there.  And if you can't get there, you don't have to wait to get there to be happy.
Success is a journey.  So long as you are in active pursuit of a worthy goal, you are successful now.
Learn to be happy now.
This wonderful blog is copied by a wonderful thoughtful business and family man Larry Janesky

Friday, March 4, 2016

Landscaper Special! Get Your Landscaper Tshirts and Sweatshirts Now

Custom tshirts and hoodies for landscapers!
Call 410-744-6974

Saturday, January 23, 2016

Don't Use These Common Passwords #Passwords

Most Common Passwords = Worst Passwords Ever!

Here's a list of the world's worst passwords. I am presenting this info from Money Talks News, and the article written by Krystal Steinmetz. If you have one of these passwords, change it now!
Here's the list:
  1. 123456
  2. password
  3. 12345678
  4. qwerty
  5. 12345
  6. 123456789
  7. football
  8. 1234
  9. 1234567
  10. baseball
  11. welcome
  12. 1234567890
  13. abc123
  14. 111111
  15. 1qaz2wsx
  16. dragon
  17. master
  18. monkey
  19. letmein
  20. login
  21. princess
  22. qwertyuiop
  23. solo
  24. passw0rd
  25. starwars
Yes, everyone still loves Starwars! Please email me if you want one of our Starwars koozies, for just the cost of shipping it to you. Here's my store email:

Saturday, January 9, 2016

Cold? Use #insulation #TruTeam #beanies

Cold at home? Get your house insulated by TruTeam Glen Bernie! Whether you want to create extra livable space or help improve the energy efficiency of your home, we’ll provide the

appropriate insulation solution for your needs.

Saturday, January 2, 2016

Perfect Fitness Top for She #fitness

Happy New Year everyone! I am enjoying my go to Quarter Zip. It is a premium wicking fabric in a ton of options. I customized my top with my store name on the sleeve. 

Here's the description of this great quarter zip:
An extremely flexible layer with a soft-brushed backing and moisture control for year-round comfort.
  • 6.8-ounce, 90/10 poly/spandex
  • Tag-free label
  • Gently contoured silhouette
  • Chin guard eliminates skin irritation
  • Cadet collar
  • Taped neck
  • Raglan sleeves
  • Thumbholes to keep hands warm
  • Hidden front pouch pocket
  • Open cuffs and hem

Your cost with one custom heat press is $43, and size 2X and larger cost extra. 

Email me for more info at