When I first started reading this post I thought perhaps the problem was from using antibiotics as Dotty later suggested; but after 8 yrs. of no antibiotics - I don't know - unless the candida was set in motion then. Have you tried taking a good Acidophilus tablet? They put good bacteria into your system. IMO, anyone who finds it necessary to take antibiotics may benefit from taking acidophilus along with them. It helps to replace the good bacteria that the antibiotic is depleting from your system. I think it's good that you are going to seek the advice from alternative sources. I certainly hope you will find some relief very soon to what must be a very uncomfortable condition. :cry:
The potato salata recipe is so close to what I was looking for I think it might be a recipe that people adapt to their own tastes after trying it. The Turkish potato salad recipe looks good, too. We're trying that one next.Thanks for the response.I'm not a great cook, but I can follow a recipe.Rob
Vension Steak Marinade recipe #119158. This is one of the recipes that I have given out time and time again! We love it and as a matter of fact, we are having this tonight for dinner. We are South Beaching AGAIN! We use it on venison, but it works on any type of steak.Corned Venison recipe #119153 is another winner that I have given out many times. We use it every St. Patty's Day for a big boiled dinner for friends. This can also be used on any cut of beef.
Here's my South Beach recipe book; http://www.recipezaar.com/cookbook.php?bookid=35439I saved these recipes for myself, so they are not all completely SBD. Once you are familiar with the diet, you can make them comaptible by substituting Splenda for sugar or whole wheat pasta for white, etc.
I don't know if you know already, but you can search zaar for ONE ingredient by clicking on the little arrow behind "All Recipes" . You can narrow the choice further by using the "Main Ingredient" options in the bar to the left then. :)
Have any of you painted the little resin figurines from Michaels? How did you paint them? That's where I purchased an angel holding a dove in her hand. Anyway, I have sprayed it with a clear acrylic matte sealer (as suggested on the label) and have painted it with one coat of acrylic craft paint in various pastel colors. It will need at least a second coat, but I don't know if it will be enough to get it looking good. I had originally planned to spray a pearlescence paint over the whole thing; but now I'm thinking antiquing it may be better.Has anyone out there antiqued over pastel colors? If so, what did you use? I've antiqued over darker colors but never pastel. I've found that many times antiquing gives a a finished look, and covers a multitude of little wobbles and goofs. :lol: Thanks for any suggestions.
Thank you Fairy Nuff!! Those are really cute. I've never seen them before. Since I've got a variety of colored feathers, it would be fun to match up the colors on the peanuts to the feathers.I'm keeping those in mind. The picture is good, too. I'll share that idea with a teacher who does lots of crafts with kids.Thanks again.
I got this one from Linda at about.com, Rhubarb Crescent Crunch3 tablespoons tapioca or 2 tablespoons cornstarch1 egg, beaten8-oz. can crescent rolls3 cups chopped fresh or frozen rhubarb, thawed and drained1 cup sugar1/2 to 1 cup chopped nuts1/2 cup sugar1/3 cup flour1 (4-serving size) package instant vanilla or pineaple cream pudding and pie filling mix1/2 teaspoon cinnamon6 tablespoons butter, meltedPreheat oven to 375 degrees F. Soften tapioca in beaten egg for 5 minutes. Separate crescent dough into two large rectangles. Place in ungreased 13x9" pan; press dough to cover bottom of pan, sealing perforations. Combine egg mixture, rhubarb and 1 cup sugar; mix well. Spoon rhubarb mixture over dough.Combine Topping ingredients: nuts, 1/2 cup sugar, flour, pudding mix, cinnamon, and melted butter; mix until crumbly. Sprinkle over rhubarb mixture. Bake for 3l5-40 minutes until golden brown. 12 servingsI think she said it was from 1976 ...
The reason why Iris can just be "tossed in a trench" is because they are nearly impossible to kill and are very invasive. They, mints, and very few other plants actually thrive under Black Walnut trees! Everything else is sickened or sickens and dies! The Juglans family are allelopathic due to a herbal poison they contain called "Juglone".
I missed watching this at the first showing last night, but saw it was going to be on again at 1 a.m. MDT, so I taped it and watched it this morning. Guy received a contract for 6 episodes of his own show to be taped, then aired in June. Will be interesting to see how that turns out and if he will receive any future episodes. :) Repeats of this finale will be rebroadcast (all Eastern times):4/27 10 p.m.; 4/28 1 a.m.; 4/29 2 p.m.
[quote:d495aba295="Cathy17"][quote:d495aba295="Junebug"][quote:d495aba295="Cathy17"][quote:d495aba295="Junebug"][quote:d495aba295="Cathy17"]RTV website = Reality TV.. aka Reality tV worldFans of Reality TV (the Fort)Television without Pity (TWOP) Survivor SucksEtc. All have anything and everything you want to know about RTV. TWOP is a piece of work though. The owner/mod bans people left and right if they don't agree with her. For instance Romber haters during TAR 7 were banned because she loved them. Anyone who was happy Uchenna and Joyce won were banned too.[/quote:d495aba295]Just google Reality TV forums and you'll get thousands of hits. If you're an RTV fan, the best is fansofrealitytvrealitytvworldsurvivorsucksThanks. I had no idea such sites existed! :oops: :roll: :oops:[/quote:d495aba295]Weird - my post initially showed up as blank.If you're an RTV fan, the best sites are:fansofrealitytvrealitytvworldsurvivorsucksJust google Reality TV forums and you'll get thousands of hits![/quote:d495aba295]Thanks Kathy. I hope you have a good Memorial Day![/quote:d495aba295]I'll try, Junebug. Unfortunately, dh has worked all weekend, so I've been doing some work around the house. Nothing too exciting here. How about you?[/quote:d495aba295]Aww man, sorry to hear that your DH had to work. I had a really nice weekend. We went to a friends lake house Saturday afternoon. Sunday we went to lunch with my DD and SIL. After that we went to my SIL's lakehouse and ate and visted and went for a nice relaxing ride on the lake in her barge. Today I did a little shopping for a housewarming I'm organizing for tomorrow. And now here I sit! LOL!
LOVE that series. It's really well-written and enormously fascinating. It becomes about much more than just the two main characters.Then again, I read REALLY fast, so I have a "the longer the better" attitude toward books. Otherwise I am done with them in a single evening, and they're hardly worth the price. 8)
Hey, thanks everyone. Your comments were what I was looking for. If we were to get one, it would have to stay in one place because of the window the exhaust hose would have to stick into. They are more expensive, too, but we will have to modify the window if we get a window air conditioner.We had to have a huge shade tree cut down last winter because of rotting breaking limbs and roots going under our house (slab rather than foundation). It was very old; hated to do it but necessary. We knew we and the birds would be missing it this summer - and we all are :!: :!: The plus side is that we won't have to buy firewood for a few years. :wink:
Idaho Gardens, I am a several times weekly user, and sometimes volunteer at the Burlington, Wa senior center. We have a full time director, 5 large meals a week, with doggie bags available and suggested, a meals on wheels van, and classes daily. Our classes range from Photography, (Digital), computer use, art, to foot care and weight loss. We fed almost 100 people corned beef and cabbage on Fri 17 March, with a 2 piece combo playing Irish and what I would call WWII type music from 11 to 12. Our meals are $3.00 for age 55 and up and $5.00 for kids under 50. My only complaint, and it is minor, is that I am a morning person, and the center offers no card games I am interested in until 1230. Living 13 miles away, running home and back is not an option I am interested in, hence my volunteering, there. Trips to various areas are also available during nice weather. We maintain a daily sign in sheet to prove to the county commissioners our number of seniors served. Yes, money can be a problem, it seems. jim