Thursday, March 16, 2017
It has been sitting in the back of the garage or shed all winter - maybe even under a pile of rags — collecting dust and moisture. There is probably some rust on the metal parts and caked debris underneath.
Of course, all we think we need to do is just top it off with gas and crank it up. We're ready to attack the jungle of grass blades..
Continued in... Spring Lawn Mower Maintenance
Home and Garden Center
Artwork: Lawn Mower
Sunday, March 12, 2017
Hidden Valley is inviting Ranch dressing lovers to show how they dip, dunk and drizzle their food with Hidden Valley Ranch in its Ranch Out Sweepstakes.
The Grand Prize in the sweepstakes is a weekend for 4 at an all-inclusive "Ranch Resort." Weekly prizes include a year’s worth of Hidden Valley® Ranch, tees, hoodies, tote bags and more.
Participants earn an entry to the Sweeps by posting a photo of their food with Ranch on Instagram or Twitter with #RanchOutSweepstakes.
The Sweepstakes begins on March 8, 2017 and ends on April 19, 2017, with six weekly entry periods.
Ranch Out Sweepstakes
Artwork: Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing
Submit Your Contest
The 2017 Discover Duck Recipe Contest is open to professional chefs and culinary students who are enrolled in a professional culinary school. Recipe entries must include a Maple Leaf Farms duck leg product and will be judged according to creativity/originality, accuracy of the recipe and flavor. Professional and student chef recipes will be judged in separate categories, each with their own cash prizes. Entries will be accepted March 1 through June 4, 2017.
Professional chefs will vie for a $10,000 grand prize and four additional finalist prizes of $1,000 each. The top student chef will win $5,000 with $500 awards going to four additional finalists. In addition, each student finalist will receive a chef’s knife set.
All entries must be postmarked or submitted online no later than June 4, 2017.
2017 Discover Duck Recipe Contest
Artwork: Bone Duck Leg Confit
Submit Your Contest
Friday, March 10, 2017
The name of the Great Lakes Ojibway tribe means 'people of the puckered moccasin'. The southern New England Narragansett word for shoe is 'Mocussinass' or 'Mockussinchass'.
Today the word moccasin, still with innumerable spellings, generally refers to all types of hard and soft soled shoes, with and without puckered toes.
continued at... Make a Moccasin
Here's How To...
How To Do It
Artwork: Native Heritage Moccasin Kit