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Hello Dears Mother Churchill Here!

  "Here Is One Of My Favorite Hors D'oeuvres"

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~ Cheese 'n Bacon Stuffed Mushrooms ~

Ingredients:

12 large fresh mushrooms (1lb.)

4 oz. (1/2 of 8-oz. pkg.) cream cheese, softened

1 clove garlic, minced

4 slices bacon, cooked and crumbled

1/2 cup shredded sharp cheddar cheese

1 Tbsp. chopped fresh parsley

Directions:

1. Heat oven to 350ºF.

2. Remove stems from mushrooms.

3. Mix remaining ingredients; spoon into mushroom caps.

4. Place filled-sides up, in shallow baking dish.

5. Bake 18 to 20 minutes or until heated through.

   Makes 12 servings.

"Sorry Dears No Picture of This Recipe"

Above recipe submitted by my good friend Sanndê

Thank You Sanndê
Love,
Mother Churchill

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For My Numerous Friends in The U.K. Is A
United States, Metric, and Imperial (U.K.) Measures Conversion Chart
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 If you have a recipe or household tip that you would like to share with others just send me an E-mail of your recipe or tip with your name and state or country so that I may give you proper credit for it. I will select one recipe each month for my Recipe Of The Month page and Three household tips for Hilde's Tip Of The Month. "Thank You So Very Much"

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"Have A Very Lovely Day Dears"

"Love"
 Mother Churchill

"You May Email Me Dears At The Below Address"

motherchurchill@maxhasthefacts.com

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Hilde's Household Tips Of The Month

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Tip #1:

Attack carpet stains with this!

  Need a quick cleaner for a carpet spill? Run for the shaving cream! First, blot the stain. Wet it slightly, then squirt a dab of the cream on the spot. Wipe clean with a damp cloth, let dry and then vacuum. Voilâ! The stain will be completely gone!

Tip #2:

Make furniture nicks disappear!

  Patch miner nicks by rubbing a dab of shoe polish that's slightly lighter in color than the wood over the area. Wax, then shine with a clean cloth. You'll never know it was even there!
 
Tip #3:

Gentle gum remover!

  If a piece of gum has landed on your sofa, loop a piece of duct tape around your middle and index fingers, sticky side out. Press the tape on the gum and quickly pull up. Repeat until all traces of the gum are gone.
 
Information Source:
Tips #1& #2 Found in Woman's World magazine date unknown.
Tip #3 Found in the 03/30/09 issue of Woman's World magazine.


"Have A Simply Fabulous Day"
 
Love,  
Hilde

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Chi-wa-wa Ga-ga * Small Dog Store *

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Below are some game sites to keep the little ones busy while you are in the kitchen cooking!

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Weather Dog Game

PBS Dinosaur Train Games

PBS Clifford The Big Red Dog Games

Huckleberry Hound Coloring Pages

Garfield's Game Page

Professor Garfield Online Coloring Game

Tom And Jerry Game

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Wilhelmina's Feline Tidbits
Of The Month

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"This Months Tidbits Are"

Stop Kitty from getting underfoot: Your playful cat loves to snake between your legs and bat your ankles as you walk down the hall. Next time she does this, stop walking and pick her up by the scruff of the neck, then firmly tell her, "No!" and move her out of the way. Experts say holding a cat by the scruff for a few moments will command her full attention but won't hurt her. (This is how mother cats move kittens out of harm's way.) She'll quickly get the message that this isn't a game, and your ankles will be safe from scratches!

Curb your Kitty's spring shedding: With the weather starting to warm up, your feline pal has been shedding her winter coat all over your furniture, the floor and you! To minimize the mess, try using a fine-tooth comb to groom her. The comb's narrowly spaced teeth will effectively remove dead skin cells and hair from Kitty's undercoat—unlike regular pet brushes, which may only reach the top coat. Combing your cat once a day will keep her coat healthy and reduce the amount of hair she sheds, plus it will help ward off hair balls.

Stop Hairballs: Zap hairballs before they even start by spreading a little bit of petroleum jelly on her paws, advises Tamara Hebbler, D.V.M. "When she licks them, the jelly lubricates her digestive tract, which prevents hairballs from forming."

Keep Her Coat Clean - Without A Bath: While cats usually keep themselves clean, sometimes they get dirty enough for a bath - but most hate water! Solution? "Dust your cat's coat with corn starch, then brush it through her fur," says Randall Anderson, D.V.M. "It will trap any dirt, so when your cat grooms herself, the dirt lifts right out - and it's not harmful to your pet."

Boost Her Mood! Massage can work wonders for cats," says Laura Pasten, D.V.M. The technique they love best: "Slowly rub in a circular motion, from the base of the neck to the tail." Special acupressure points along the spine boost endorphins, which make her happier and more bonded to you.

Feed Her Enhancing Food! Unlike dogs, cats need meat to survive. To make sure your cat eats healthily, feed her what she'd eat in the wild: meat, the same as you'd buy in your supermarket! Not feasible? Give her canned food; studies link diseases like feline diabetes to high - carb diets from dry kibble.

Source: From First for women magazine 6/2/14 & 4/21/14 also from articles found in "Keeping Your Pet Happier" found in the 07/31/07 issue of  Woman's World magazine.

*Stop Nighttime Meowing*

  Place a night-light near Kitty's sleep space to prevent the meows that can disturb your slumber, recommends Annie Bruce, author of Cat Be Good (Good Cats Wear Black, 2000).
  While felines have great vision, they still need some light to see properly and don't always feel safe in the dark, causing them to cry out. Turning on a night-light provides enough illumination to help them orient, keeping them calm and quiet till sunrise.

 Information Source: From an article found in the June 13th issue of First for women magazine. First Pets Section. Author unknown.
 
To All Of My Wonderful Friends Out There
"Have A "Purr"fect Day"

"With Love"  
Wilhelmina
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