Would you like a lemon for your water?
I admit, I am not much on lemons in my water. I sure don't want them in my Southern Sweet Tea. However, after doing some research regarding lemon water, I think I will start saying yes when the server asks this question from now on.
Did you know?
That lemon water may aid digestion and boost immunity. Research has shown that lemon water will not only help with digestive issues, but will also help boost your immunity. That good ole' Vitamin C that is found in lemons is the key.
My husband recently had a bad spout with some kidney stones. Did you know that drinking lemon water will help reduce the risk of these bad boys. Research shows that drinking just half a cup of lemon water (juice of just two lemons) every day can increase urinary citrate excretion and cut the risk of kidney stones.
Lemon water is rich in vitamin C, a potent antioxidant. A cup (244 grams) of lemon water (juice) contains 94.4 milligrams of vitamin C, which is more than the recommended daily dose. Vitamin C intake has also been linked to a lower risk of respiratory and systemic infections. Your grandmother was correct in telling you to drink some warm lemon water for your colds & coughs.
Start drinking lemon water and give up those sugary and diet sodas. This will help in the aid of weight loss. I am not big on drinking water. However, I am beginning to love it with a little lemon and some fresh mint. Replacing high-calorie beverages with lemon water could be a good idea to boost your health and even keep away from additional calories. The lemon and mint together will help keep your breath smelling great as well!
Vitamin C intake has also been linked to a lower risk of respiratory and systemic infections. Lemon juice also will help combat stress. Vitamin C has been shown to provide benefits to the skin. Staying hydrated is one of the best things you can do for your complexion. So keep drinking all the HZO you can and add the lemon (filled with Vitamin C) will give you that extra boost to hydrating your skin.
Yes ladies, lemon water will help to increase your urine production.This will help get rid of the extra bloating, as well as, help flush out toxins in your body, cleanse the liver, and improve your digestion. Increasing water content inside the gut can help soften stools and stimulate bowel movements. Thus, getting rid of the bloating. Mild dehydration can cause constipation. Increasing water intake may help relieve constipation. Drinking a mixture of lemon and water helps relieve constipation in most people.
Too much of anything is a bad thing, even when it comes to lemon water. Too much of it can upset your stomach. Also, if you are experiencing problems with GERD, or have ulcers, you need to consult with your physician. More information can be found https://www.insider.com/can-you-drink-too-much-lemon-water-2018-7.
Would you like lemon with your water? The answer..............Yes, please! In moderation!
Zero Waste Gifts for Sustainable Living
I am thrilled to bring this post to you by one of my fellow bloggers that I have partnered with on bringing awareness to living a more sustainable life. Thank you Jenny Mae!
Read the full article at: www.zerowastelifestylesystem.com/zero-waste-gift-guide/
In 2018 report, 62% of the Americans bought their gifts a week before Christmas. In United Kingdom and United States combined, over $2 trillion dollars were spent on the same year for the said holidays. A larger portion of the expenditure are bought for presents, while the remaining are spent for Christmas decorations, food, and travels.
The holiday season kindles our passion to give. After all, the whole occasion is filled with the spirit of love and giving. For many, it is not just a chore they do to fulfill a routine. It is more of their heart’s desire to express sincerity. This is one of the reasons why many allot budget for buying gifts. However, in spite of having the passion, many still find it hard to choose the best present, especially if going zero waste.
Zero Waste Gifts: Are They Possible? For the growing number of zero waste lifestyle advocates, Christmas is both a challenge and an opportunity to give back to nature. After all, Mother Earth did pretty amazing job of stretching its hands of sharing its bounty to its settlers. She gave move than enough of what we needed. There is a dilemma, though. Going zero waste is already tacky on its own. Adding concerns on gift ideas to the equation, it makes the whole task even more complicated. The good news is, complicated does not necessarily mean impossible.
To shed some light, the goal of zero waste is to lessen, if not eliminate, unnecessary trash. That includes use of too much wrappers, plastics, and products with one-time use. It is a little inconvenient to pull off since majority of the industries do not practice zero waste, but it is always doable.
This is also true in looking for zero waste gifts ideas. Zero waste gifts, as defined, are “handmade, homemade, secondhand or items that help someone refuse and reduce disposable or plastic waste.” So when you upcycle things from your old stuff into something new and beautiful to give it to someone, you already have a zero waste gift. If not create your own, you may buy items for someone from a zero waste store, which is basically just the same thing.
So, may it be an item crafted from your hands or bought to serve many purposes without necessarily having too much packaging, that is a zero waste gift.
BE SURE AND READ MORE AT: www.zerowastelifestylesystem.com/zero-waste-gift-guide/
ZERO WASTE LIFESTYLE'S MissionZero Waste Lifestyle System aims to guide people into a zero waste lifestyle. They will provide content that will enable people to make informed choices about everyday life. Most importantly, the blog seeks to awaken minds towards pressing environmental issues such as climate change.
This is very close to my heart! We need to protect our environment. Look all around you, climate change is real people! It is important for us to learn from each other to help our beautiful Earth for our grandchildren's grandchildren!
The name of my Blog is Sweet Yellow Cornbread. I love me some sweet yellow cornbread, as does my family. However, I am a fan of buttermilk cornbread. My family and co-worker's love the jalapeno cornbread muffins. I added cheese to this mix to give it a cheesy flavor.
I used these for my Ultimate Table Runner for the KTHV11 Vine Morning Show. Ashley loved them and I promised to share the recipe. So here it is:
Happy Thanksgiving week to you all! Thanksgiving kicks off the most wonderful time of the year. The beautiful Holiday Season. It is the time for us to all be thankful, grateful & joyful for the people in our lives.
The Holiday Season should be a time of rejoicing and celebrating the birth of Jesus. It is a time for us to reconnect with family & friends. It is time for us to all share a meal together and catch up. It is a time for laughter, and for some of us, a time for crying over the ones that have passed in our lives. My brother just passed a little over a month ago. This will be the first time is kids will be without him for Christmas. I lost my mother the day after Christmas several years ago. It seems like yesterday that it happened. Hunter just lost his grandmother yesterday. When you lose a love one around the holidays it is difficult.
For Thanksgiving this year, I thought I would try a little something different to share with you on my Vine Segment. It is so fun and easy to decorate your table with vibrant color fruits and vegetables. Why not make the arrangement into a table runner? Yes, and edible table runner.
First cover your table (especially if it is an outdoor table) with a plain butcher paper or something simple. I use the butcher paper because when you are done, you can just simply fold it up and toss it. You don't have to wash it or worry about it ruining. You can also find a satin/silk by the yard at Walmart. I use this for bridal, wedding showers, and other special events. It is also inexpensive and you can just toss when done or wash either way. This beautiful fabric is what I used today since we were live in the new studios. The new studios are gorgeous!
For the base of the table runner, I am using a variety of beautiful greenery (all edible). I chose them based on their beautiful fall colors. I seasoned the spinach and lettuce with ground black pepper and garlic pepper.
Make sure and blend in items that contain vibrant colors of reds, oranges, purples, and greens. You will find hidden in my runner a variety of colorful Brussels sprouts, carrots, snow peas, broccoli, and other vibrant vegetables. For the center of the runner, I chose a beautiful head of living lettuce. This is my favorite lettuce to eat on sandwiches or salads. I also added a beautiful large artichoke. It looks like a real air plant. This gave the runner more depth and beauty.
A variety of cheeses also add beautiful color. As you know, cheese is where it can get expensive. You can choose to use more expensive cheeses or stick with the basics. I tend to stick with the basic and cut them into fun shapes using cookie cutters. My family isn't much on strong cheeses. You can also add in cheese balls throughout your runner if you wish. I used mild cheddar and provolone for my pumpkins and reindeer shapes.
I also added pumpkin bread, tarts, and a variety of chocolate bark and other fine chocolates. These go perfect with salad. I always add a gourmet nut selection. These are easy to pick up at your local grocery stores. I find mine at Marshall's in their gourmet section. They are affordable, and have a huge selection. They contain nuts, cranberries, pomegranates, etc. These are full of antioxidants, and add layers of color to your plates. However, I did use pretty little bowls for the nuts. We have friends & family that are allergic to nuts. I want to make sure and keep them separate for them.
I also blended in beautiful colorful carrots to add color to my edible runner. Not only are they delicious and healthy, they are really pretty on your table. You can blend in whatever you like. Make it fun and colorful. Fold in beautiful red apples, oranges, tomatoes, grapes and other fruits you might like. The outskirts of the table contained the small cornbread muffins, toasted bruschetta, blue corn chips, and pretzels.
Of course, there was plenty of bacon. Laura loves bacon. Who doesn't love bacon?
For the dressing, I keep it simple and love the avocado oil dressings. 980 sauces are great to add to the dressing for extra flavoring. They have great deals on their site at https://www.980sauce.com.
A special thank you to http://980sauce.com/ for providing the wonderful sauces to top of our plates with. These sauces are excellent. They have a wide variety to choose from to use as a sauce or marinade. I love the Garlic Butter and Sriracha sauces, they are excellent on pork or chicken. You can also add them to a vinaigrette base and use them as a salad dressing. The cilantro is also excellent for your taco bars, etc. Any that you choose, you want go wrong! In addition to being all natural and prepared with the freshest ingredients straight from their fields, 9°80° sauces have multiple health benefits.
The sauces make an excellent Christmas gift for the chef, or chefs to be! 9°80° Sauces & Marinades are Authentic Latin-inspired sauces & marinades with ingredients grown in Panama with a southern flair.
They are running a special on the 4 pack on their site. Be sure and check them out at https://980gourmetsauce-marinade.myshopify.com./collections/all I will be sharing some recipes throughout the Holiday Season using these wonderful sauces. Click here to see the sauces with the table runner on The Vine
The edible table runner came out more stunning than I imagined in my head. This became the ultimate grazing table in a beautiful table runner. This gives your guest a fun way to pick out and make their salad plates fun. It was enjoyed by all at The Vine. Be sure and check out my friends on The Vine each week Morning from 9-10 a.m. CST on CBS local Channel 11.
CLICK HERE TO SEE THE FULL EPISODE ON THE VINE
Change of season, change of skincare. With the Fall weather bringing cooler temperatures, the results can be dryer skin. I am so glad to have teamed with to collaborate with AEDIT to bring temps, treatments & research for great skincare. I am in love with their site and the dedication to research they bring to the table.
So goes our motto here at The AEDITION, and, with the hot and humid days of summer behind us, there is no better time to reevaluate what products we’re making room for on our vanities.
Fall’s sweater weather ushers in cooler temps and drier air, which means the lightweight serums and moisturizers you were using to combat summer’s tropical climate may not provide the level of nourishment your skin now needs. Oh, and if you took a break from some of your more sensitizing products (think: retinols, acids, and the like) because you had upped your time in the sun, now could be the time to reach for them again — and atone for those summer skin sins.
So, when it comes to fall skincare, what are the non-negotiables? We went straight to the experts — in this case, the aestheticians and skin specialists that treat some of Hollywood’s most famous faces — to find out their must-have ingredients of the season, why they love them, and how to use them!
9 Aestheticians Share The Best Skincare Ingredients For Fall:
From hydrating hyaluronic acid to skin-smoothing retinol, leading skin experts share their top picks for the ingredients you should add to your skincare routine this fall. Click here to view all the tips from the experts:
It was a SPOOKatcular day on The Vine today. I always have so much fun trying to come up with some fun food items, drinks & decor for the Show. Today, was especially fun because we made an easy peasy witches brew. It couldn't get any easier! Plus, it tasted so good!
You can watch the full fun episode by clicking here
Witches Brew Recipe
1 Large Stock Pot
1 2 liter Canada Dry Ginger Ale
3 1 liter Green Apple Gatorade
To Make: - Chill the Ginger ale & Gatorade overnight. Pour the Gatorade in the Stockpot. Add in the chilled ginger ale and you will see it bubble quick. I added fun decorative faux ice cubes to my brew to make it more festive. These cute little faux cubes I found on my Amazon. I linked them up in my Weekly Picks at https://www.amazon.com/shop/sweetyellowcornbread They come in a variety of colors. The green were perfect for my witches brew.
I found the witch feet at the local Dollar Tree and picked up the "Boo" straws at Marshall's. This is really simple and makes it fun & festive. And for a #winwin ..............It's delicious!
Adam is always so fun to do segments with. He will dress the part or do anything you ask for him to help you pull of a fun segment. I work full time as the Administrator (Systems & Office) for L. R. Mourning Company. We are General Contractor's who specialize in Restaurant and Commercial Construction. This Segment gave me the perfect opportunity to wear our hard hats & safety goggles. It made it fun and entertaining! Plus, Safety first! Right?
We also demonstrated the easiest fun Halloween treat you can make. The spider eggs are also delicious and so easy. All you need is a large ziplock bag, a bag of oreo cookies and I used dark chocolate almonds for the eggs. YUM! Add some oreo's to your bag and seal. Use an object to chop them up while in the bag and pour into a dish (I found the cute spider basket at the Dollar Tree.) Add in your dark chocolate almonds and you have yourself Spider eggs. I used some graffiti of construction paper spiders to garnish. You can find these or plastic spiders at your local Dollar Store.
There were plenty of fun treats for our party on The Vine. Haystack's, ghost & witch pops, oreo's and so much more! My favorite pumpkin shape was the Rolo Tray. I used gold wrapped Rolo's, candy corn pumpkins, candy corn, m&m's, candy footballs, and carrot cake oreo's for the eyes. This wasn't hard to accomplish and you can see the shape. You just need to get a nice round tray and a little time on your hands. It took a little time to make sure the Rolo's were all on the correct side.
Our complete fun Halloween Segment with all of the food ideas can be viewed on The Vine by clicking here
Take a look at our fun pics below for some other ideas. Be sure and watch both episodes and you can get a better idea to create quick & simple Halloween treats.
My co-worker brought in some Jam that she was busy canning over the last weekend. We popped some biscuits in the old antique oven (Betsy) at work to go along with the Jam.
I must admit I was pleasantly surprised. My favorite jam is Red Plum Jam. I was raised on it and I have brought my kids up loving it. I also have my co-worker's loving it. This Jam, known as the Southerner's Grapes was so good. What was it? It was Scuppernong.
The state fruit of North Carolina, and they named it after North Caroliina's Scuppernon River. That's where the grapes were originally found growing wild. Identified and cultivated in the 17th Century.
“Scuppernong” is a bronze grape that was the first muscadine cultivar. The original mother vine is on Roanoke Island, where it has been growing and producing for several hundred years. Because of its botanical primogeniture, the common name scuppernong entered common usage to refer to any bronze muscadine grape. Botanical correctness dictates that “Scuppernong” should only designate the cultivar and not all color types. While muscadine cultivars cover a spectrum of colorful shades, there are two primary color types -- black (or purple) and bronze.
If you are from the South, at some point you probably had or at least heard of muscadine jam or jelly. The species of grapes are native to the Southern United States. When I was growing up, we had a muscadine bush in the back yard. My mama would love to make jelly out of it. I hear the wine is good as well!
I found a recipe for this wonderful jam: https://www.deepsouthdish.com/2013/09/muscadine-and-scuppernong-jelly.html
It's been a busy last couple of weeks. Fall still not quite in the air in Little Rock. However, we are celebrating regardless of the hot-muggy temps outside.
I had the pleasure of doing a couple of more segments on KTHV11 The Vine's Morning Show again on Friday. This time we focused on bringing in Fall Decor and planning a Fall Brunch. We also introduced a couple of craft ideas that families can do for the Halloween Season.
The main course of the Fall Brunch included Southern Sausage Balls. These are great to make ahead, refrigerate and bake the next morning if you need. The recipe you can find on the website here or on the Vine and see the video. I also added bacon & Canadian bacon for the main meats. I used mild cheddar & sharp cheddar cheese to make the pumpkin cheese. Who said you had to use cookie cutters just for cookies? Make sure your cheese is cold when you cut them out. I used Muenster cheese to make the ghosts. These make your table fun, entertaining and adds a special detail.
I love the Sausage Balls without the cream cheese. You can always use cream cheese as a dipping sauce, or the Smuckers Plum Jam, Raspberry or your favorite syrup. This is a favorite at my office. The sausage balls are excellent served hot or at room temperature.
For fun design elements, add in some real and faux pumpkins in various shapes, sizes and colors. We had a blast decorated the "cuties." Cuties make adorable little pumpkins. All you need is a cutie, and permanent markers. Don't worry, you can still eat them! You peel them off. Draw a cute face and I topped mine with the adorable sunflower toothpicks.
My grazing board contained hard-boiled eggs, fresh tomatoes, cheeses, Canadian Bacon, garlic toast, and red seedless grapes. The other grazing board contained the sausage balls, cheeses and beautiful plums to add in the fall colors to the board.
I had to bring along my two favorite caddy boxes. The white vintage box contained an assortment of pastries. I brought out the favorites of fall to include: orange cranberry bread, pumpkin scones, pumpkin bread, chocolate dipped mini croissants, pecan tarts, and my favorite waffle cookies. I use these light waffle cookies for rehearsal dinners, showers & more. They are so pretty and are really good plain or with your favorite syrup. I find these at TJ Maxx or Marshall's. They usually have them year round.
To top off the wonderful foods and pastries, I added in by favorite red caddy filled with an assortment of nuts, chocolates, candy corn, ghost pops & more. This makes your brunch a real treat. Your guests can make their own candy sacks to take home. You can pick up cute bags at your local Dollar Tree or other stores.
The ghost pops are so easy to make, and a fun craft for all! All you need to go with the tootsie pops is sturdy white napkin (cocktail or dinner) black & orange ribbon, and a black sharpie to draw the eyes. Fold over the tootsie pop with the napkin, tie the ribbons around in a knot & bow. And last, draw the eyes.
Another fun for your brunch is to let your guests take part in decorating the cake. I love the inside/out German Chocolate. It is so good to leave plain and pour on your favorite sauces or syrups. Whether it is pumpkin spice, salted caramel, dark chocolate, or raspberry it makes the cake so delicious and colorful. Be sure and watch the episode where Laura decorated our cake.
The recipe for the cake is here
Fall is the beginning of the most wonderful time of the year. Family & friends gathering for meals. Halloween tricks & treats, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's. I can't wait to share many ideas with you for the upcoming Season we have planned.
I love peach pie, pudding, cake, etc. I thought that I would make some "southern" peach crepes for a change. We love to eat breakfast for dinner. I know many that have Sunday Supper devoted to breakfast foods.
If you google the definition of crepes, you will find crepes are a thin type of pancake:
A crêpe or crepe is a type of very thin pancake. Crêpes are usually of two types: sweet crêpes and savoury galettes. Crêpes are served with a variety of fillings, from the simplest with only sugar to flambéed crêpes Suzette or elaborate savoury galettes. Wikipedia
An easy way to make delicious crepes is to take your good ole' fashion buttermilk pancake recipe and add more water. The batter needs to be thinner as it will pour off the spoon easier. I use Aunt Jemima Buttermilk Complete. Again, add more water.
The key is to drop two tablespoons of unsalted butter in your skillet and heat it. Drop in your batter onto the melted hot pan of butter. Turn down the stove to a medium to high heat. The pancake (i.e. southern crepe) will start to bubble (just like you are cooking pancakes) and be ready to flip. STOP: Before you flip add about two tablespoons of your peach fruit mixture (see recipe below) before you flip the crepe. Use your spatula to fold over the side of the crepe, so that your peach filling will be inside (like a fried pie.)
Flip over and let both sides become golden brown. Remove from heat and top with organic powdered sugar and serve. I did pour warm maple syrup on ours. It was delicious! So, you just made yourself crepes or stuffed pancakes. Basically, the French call them crepes and us southerner's refer to them as stuffed pancakes.
Peach Crepe Filling:
1 can of Peach Pie Filling
1/4 cup dark brown sugar (or light)
2 Tablespoons of sugar
1 Teaspoon of Vanilla
1 Tablespoon of Organic Cinnamon
2 Tablespoons of unsalted butter
1/2 cup organic powdered sugar (to use as topping for crepes)
In a mixing bowl combine and mix together all the ingredients except for the butter.
Pour into small skillet on stove top and simmer adding in the butter. Let simmer for about 5-7 minutes.
These were so delicious and so easy to do. They are perfect for a #SundaySupper, brunch or an easy dessert!
Football Season is here! With school back in session, we know that it's time to break out our favorite game attire and get ready for some #football.
Football also means watch parties! It's time to make those delicious appetizers, dips, snacks and desserts! If your family is anything like mine, they don't want to leave the TV when the #Razorbacks are on!
I am so excited that KTHV11 The Vine asked me to come back on for the fun football segment. I have some wonderful decor items, as well as, some great snacks, appetizers, and easy grab foods!
Here's the Links to Part 1 and Part 2 of the Segments -- See how cute the table turned out. Great tips included.
There is no reason to slay over a hot stove or oven all day. Football foods don't have to be a burden. Make them easy and enjoyable. I have put together this adorable galvanized caddy full of some easy and fun snacks.
Football also means #Fall is around the corner. That is my very favorite season. I asked Hannah (my daughter-in-law) what were some of her favorite football snacks. She replied, "pigs-n-blanket," and "chic-fil-a nuggets." Lauren (my daughter) loves pizza. In fact, give her pizza and do-nuts and she is set.
Personally, I love a variety of snacks, mini foods, etc. Here are some good "fall" snacks that are perfect for football watching.
Sweet Yellow Corn Dip (cowboy caviar) - Ingredients are simple - 1 can (drain well) sweet yellow corn, 1 can (drain well) bushes black-eyed peas, 1/2 cup or small handful of chopped white onion, chopped purple onion, chopped avocado. Pre-soak roma tomatoes in Lowry's garlic pepper and then dice. (1 small) mix in with the other ingredients. Add in 1 Tablespoon of Avocado Oil and stir. Cover and place in fridge to chill. I chilled overnight. Top with cooked bacon (tear into bits.) It's delicious and not heavy. It was a big hit at the station today.
The snacking caddy included:
Candy Corn & Frito's --- a favorite fall snack
Nuts, Pretzels & Dark Chocolate Salted Caramel Mix
Popcorn Variety - cheese, butter & caramel
Pumpkin Dark Chocolate Chip Granola with Caramel Glazed Pecans
Pumpkin Spice & Espresso M & M's
Homemade Snack Mix - pretzels, Cheetos, nuts & more
Football Shape Cookies - Use a small football cookie cutter. The trick into making great football shaped cookies is to bake your cookie dough in a pie plate. Be sure and spray the pie plate, bake dough @ 350 Degrees for approx 25-30 minutes. Take out of oven and let cool. Use cookie cutter to cut out shapes. I was able to get a dozen cookies out of each pie.
Cookie ingredients -
1 3/4 cup all purpose flour
6 Tablespoons of sugar
3/4 cup of packed brown sugar (I use dark brown)
1 stick unsalted butter (room temperature)
1 Teaspoon of Pink Himalayan Salt
1 Teaspoon of Baking Soda (make sure and use new baking soda) If your baking soda gets old and is left not completely sealed, your cookies will not rise as well.
1 Teaspoon Vanilla
1 Egg (room temperature)
1/2 Teaspoon of Cinnamon
1/2 cup of Dark Chocolate Chips
1/2 cup of Semi-Sweet Chocolate and Peanut Butter Chips combined
In mixer - mix the butter, sugars & vanilla until mixed together. Fold in egg, vanilla and chocolate chips. Mix until creamed together. Then fold in your dry ingredients and mix until creamy. Place dough in fridge and chill for 30 minutes. Take out and spread evenly in your pie plate. Bake at 350 for approx 25-30 minutes until cookies are golden.
All of these are easy to make. It won't break your budget, and they will be a hit! I call it my "snack station. Put together some of your favorites in a cute caddy and you are set to go. Another great win is you can never go wrong if you do a "grazing board." I find any excuse for those. All my family, coworkers & friends love a good "grazing" board.
Get your home ready for fall with a fun Razorback door hanger. This adorable hanger was made by my new friend Erin Chism of Southern Timber. Be sure and check out her Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/Southern-Timber. She can customize colors and has a variety of #Southern home decor. These adorable signs will make perfect upcoming #Christmas gifts.
If you need special printing done or want to make a poster size schedule like mine be sure at check out my friends at Arkansas Blue Print. Arkansas Blue Print has been doing our printing for many years. They are equipped to handle large size Architectural prints and more! They always bring by the #SEC game schedules every year as a treat for their customers. They were more than happy to make the Extra Large size for me to hang and use on the segment.
Have some #fun at your watch parties with these cute #football stress balls I found on Amazon. Hopefully, this will help reduce the stress if the game is going quite your way. I also found the cute football suckers on #Amazon as well.
Bottom Line - Don't stress about game nights or watch party events. Have fun and enjoy! Most of the snacks that I used for the segment can be made ahead of time. Make them ahead and store them in an air tight bag or one of my favorite sustainable bags. They are Eco friendly and can be used over and over ....... You can find all these items on my Amazon Store at https://www.amazon.com/shop/sweetyellowcornbread
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