Hopefully all of you are already faithful supporters of “living green”, and one of your New Year’s Resolutions is to continue your loyalty throughout 2010 and onwards.
Today I will share a tip with you about cutting down on the numerous pieces of unwanted “junk mail”, which comes to your mail box, and mine, and how to put a stop to that, and at the same time save thousands of trees from being destroyed to produce this wasted paper.
Poinsettias are one of those plants you find in every store during Christmas season, and at the curb shortly after Christmas. It really does not have to be that way, since with proper care you can save your Poinsettia until next December, and admire fresh blooms for Christmas.
If you are planning a New Year get together with your friends, but still searching around for some party food recipes, I am here to help out.
To make this party planning a little less stressful for you, I am posting the links to some of the party foods recipes I have posted so far this year (there will be more by the next New Year…thanks for being a friend).
You have exactly three days until 2009 is officially over, but there are still some things you should make sure are done before you start 2010. Below is a short list of five things you should do before the end of the year.
One of the most popular dishes in Eastern European cooking is Filled Dumplings, known as: Varenyky or Pyrohy in Ukrainian, and Pierogi in Polish. They are made from homemade pasta dough and filled with varieties of fillings, but potato and cheese filling being the most popular.
It is definitely “labor of love” for those who make them from scratch, as it requires several hours of preparation time, but it is so well worth it.