Thursday, February 25, 2010
I am assuming you'll smell like a salami the next day, but it beats 10 days on an antiobiotic!
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
Here are the steps to create your own Sandwich Roll-Ups:
Remove the crust, creating two squares.
Flatten the breadout with a rolling pin.
Squish the two pieces together, creating a seam in the center of a long rectangle.
Next, add the sandwich yummies. In this case I was making a turkey and swiss sandwich. Only fill half the sandwich.
On mine, I added a little spicy mustard. My kids have theirs plain, though.
Roll it up and then cut it into four pieces, cutting at an angle to make it pretty.
Monday, February 22, 2010
I've tried everything under the sun. The best advice I've read (and tried) is to place your burned skin under COOL running water until the pain subsides. Do NOT ice it. Do NOT run super cold or warm water over it. Do NOT immediately put an ointment on it. The skin is very fragile after a burn simply running cool water over it transfers the heat out of the finger without making the burn worse.
And this is a tip learned the hard way. Many times over.
Tuesday, February 16, 2010
In our market, Publix sells the Louis Rich brand. Our Wal-mart sells the Jennie-O brand. They come packaged in 1-pound rolls, which is also great because I don't waste money on meat I don't need. And it is usually only $1.50/lb, a savings of about $2-$3 per pound.
I've discovered the turkey "rolls" hidden in obscure places. You may have to ask a grocery employee for help locating them.