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19 Top Digital Probe

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s   Maverick ET-735 Bluetooth 4.0 Wireless Digital Cooking Thermometer, Monitors 4 Probes Simultaneously, White, - Features 4 probe inputs for simultaneous monitoring of any combination of 4 meats / grills / smokers/ ovens. Offers food presets, timers, stopwatch & alerts you when temperature hit range. Includes two 36″ waterproof probes w/heat-resistant wires rated up to 572°f. Extended 160′ wireless range w/loss-of-signal alert if out of range for >1 minute. New bluetooth model w/app turns your ios or android device into receiver & remote, capable of bluetooth le 40 & above.   HUBERT Digital Probe Pocket Thermometer Quick Tip Yellow Plastic...

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Top 24 Best Cookware Organizer

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s   Adjustable Counter and Cabinet Cookware Organizer, Lid Holder, Pot Rack - Organize your cookware, lids, plates and more with style versatility extends for use in storing baking sheets, dinner plates, muffin pans, etc. 17″l x 9″w x 7″h. Uniquely designed sturdy base prevents round lids/pans from rolling and sliding. Removable and adjustable dividers create the perfect fit for all of your cooking essentials. Scroll metal with protective finish is easy to maintain and gives the organizer a sleek yet durable look.   Kitchen Wall Pot Rack, Multifunctional Kitchen shelf Storage Rack Spice Rack, Aluminum Wall Hanging Shelf Cookware Organizer,...

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Welp, to say 2020 was a dumpster fire might be the understatement of the century

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While I was extremely optimistic coming out of 2019 for this new decade, we all know how that went. Despite everything the year threw at me, I have to say that 2020 wasn’t a complete nightmare. It had its downs but it certainly had its ups too. I’m fortunate to have a wonderful circle of support, a roof over my head and my health on my side which allowed me to come out of it relatively unscathed. Shall we recap this crazy year? Views From the Top of the Crack in Killarney Provincial Park January Just a few days into...

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How to Make Halloween Decoration

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s Homemade halloween decorations are a world away from the mass-produced flimsy plastic and paper dollar store offerings. Making your own decorations ensures a unique look, plus you can reuse items around your house that might otherwise go to waste. By making your own decorations with family and/or friends each year, you can look forward to an enjoyable Halloween tradition. [Edit]Steps [Edit]Decorating with Pumpkins Make a Jack O'Lantern. No Halloween would be complete without the iconic Jack O'Lantern in its various forms. The classic Jack O’Lantern is made by carving a pumpkin and placing a candle inside it, but here...

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Bread roll

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Bread rolls. Gosh, any kind of bread rolls: what vegan can say no? And then when you make it a pretzel roll? Ahhhh. I admit, I was scrolling through Instagram stories when I saw that someone had kindly posted Little Flower Café & Bakery‘s recipe for their buttermilk pretzel rolls. I took a screenshot on my phone, mostly to remind myself to don’t forget to try making it someday. The someday came and it was…well…fresh bread rolls straight out of the oven are simply hard to beat, you know? If there are only two people in one household, it’s almost...

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