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Chess Pie

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Here is a delicious pie recipe for you. It's a chess pie, which is basically a buttermilk pie with coconut. Yummy! I recently took this pie to housewarming party and the hostess LOVED it! Thanks mom for passing down this delicious recipe.   You can download and print the recipe here. Chess Pie3 eggs¼ cup margarine½ cup buttermilk*1 ¾ cup sugar¼ cup flour½ tsp salt1 tsp vanilla1 cup coconutUnbaked pie shell 1. Beat eggs by hand. Melt margarine.2. In a separate bowl, mix dry ingredients together. Add eggs & stir. Add margarine, buttermilk and vanilla. Stir well. Add coconut &...

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Caring for your Bamboo Items

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 Bamboo cutting boards have become quite popular recently thanks to their environmentally friendly nature. Did you know that bamboo is harvested just after 3-5 years of growth? It’s also 16% stronger than some of its wood competitors. Bamboo does need some care though, and after referencing ehow.com, I’ve compiled some tips for you. Recipe BoxesDepending on the placement of your recipe box, it may collect dust and grime over time. To get back its natural shine, revitalize it by applying some mineral oil with a cotton cloth. You can even use furniture polish since its not being used to serve...

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Recipe Divider Revamp

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Throw Pillows & Felt Flowers

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  My living room used to consist of brown furniture with red accents in my rug, pillows & accessories. After a few years I grew bored with the look, so I recently swapped out the red with lime green! It really brightens up my living space and looks more modern. The hardest piece of the re-decoration were the throw pillows on the couch. I was having an awful time finding what I wanted despite visiting my favorite shops: TJ Maxx Home Goods, Hobby Lobby, Pier 1, and Marshall's. No luck.  However, my mom was super helpful and found a DIY...

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His Sovereignty Began in Genesis

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  This past year was my first year in BSF, Bible Study Fellowship, and we studied the book of Genesis. In the first lecture of the year, my teaching leader said that “Genesis was written to tell the Israelites that their lives were held in the hands of a sovereign God, rather than in the stars or the many gods of Babylon”. As we studied each chapter of Genesis, I marveled at how God overcame the sins of men and continued to show His grace, mercy and most of all, His sovereignty. My favorite example was with Abraham & Isaac on Mount...

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