This quick homemade version of taco sauce starts with a can of tomato sauce that you flavor with a bit of vinegar and spices from your pantry. The result is a speedy and delicious way to enjoy taco sauce and you may never buy ready-made taco sauce again!
This handy little scarf is just the right size to fit around your neck and gives you added warmth without any bulkiness. This free pattern has 3 sizes for small (children ages 3 to 7) medium (children ages 8 to 12) and large (teens and adults).
This easy way to prepare and cook salmon will have dinner ready with no stress. You can use the microwave to make the preparation time go even faster too.
Make your own dill pickles with this simple method that let’s you soak sliced cucumbers with the addition of your own natural ingredients. This mixture can sit on the countertop or in the refrigerator for 24 hours while the flavors infuse, and then they’re ready to enjoy!
Make your own hand wipes using this simple strategy of moistening paper towels with a rubbing alcohol mixture. Different sized containers and batches can be made with this recipe too.
There’s no need for paper and scissors when you make your own virtual snowflakes. Whether you’re young or old, you’ll find its fun to see how many different designs you can create.