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How to paint the door.and NOT the hinges - could have used that little tip a long time ago! Painters tape over the hinge and then use an Exacto knife to trim away the excess.then paint! sounds easier then taking the door down.

1 classic recipe   9 variations: Fritters

Whisk together milk and eggs in a large bowl. Gradually whisk in flour until smooth and well combined. Stir through corn, courgettes, cheese, herbs and lemon zest. Spray a large frying pan with oil .

Decorate the ultimate chocolate cupcakes with peanut butter cup reindeer with candy cane antlers. See the tutorial at HungryHappenings.com.

This Christmas have fun decorating Chocolate Reindeer Cupcakes with Reese's cup reindeer with bright red candy noses and candy cane antlers.

Get in the holiday spirit with these tasty Reindeer Bikkies. Packed with the goodness of Weet-Bix and rolled oats, they’re a perfect fun and festive addition for your next Christmas party. Click to get the full recipe.

Get in the holiday spirit with these tasty Reindeer Bikkies. Packed with the goodness of Weet-Bix and rolled oats, they’re a perfect fun and festive addition for your next Christmas party. Click to get the full recipe.

Freezing fresh herbs in ice trays filled with Olive Oil. Once frozen, pop cubes into labeled freezer zip bags and store in your freezer. Any Italian, Greek, French, or Spanish/Mexican leafy herbs can be used. Mints can be dried, or made into extracts using vodka, and some frozen in olive oil for Mediterranean style or North African dishes. Asian leaf herbs could be frozen in light olive or good quality peanut oil. Seeds need drying, should be ground, and crushed or toasted, some herbs will…

Freeze fresh herbs in olive oil! Add the cubes to pasta/potato dishes, soups, or roasting onions, garlic, veggies. What a great way to preserve fresh herbs from your own garden!