Mike Jay wrote:I use ethanol free gas in small engines. I have no experience to the contrary but that's what I've been told and it's worked for me for quite a while.
Jan White wrote:Different glues come off with different methods, as well. After you've done the hot water thing and removed the paper part of the label, check if the remaining glue will just wash off with water and soap. A lot of them will. Some come off best with acetone, some with Goo Gone, whatever that consists of. My husband gets pretty obsessive about getting labels off jars and has different products he uses. I've started just ignoring the labels and glue. They'll either come off with washing eventually or not and that's good enough for me.
F Agricola wrote:I appreciate all music ... except RAP, primarily because it isn't - just a lot of untalented people with dubious connections that have nothing worth saying but do so regardless. (Eminem is just funny)
Kate Nudd wrote:Oh David all those wonderful pumpkins....
I hope you'll try
baked stuffed pumpkin...using a bread or rice stuffing
as Burra mentioned...crustless pumpkin pie....I love it.
I've been making pumpkin leather for using up softening ones...stores & travels easily and a yummy treat,too.
I'll look up the recipes if you'd like.
Matu..I will definitely be trying pumpkin with sage on my next pizza..sounds great
All the best
Anne Miller wrote:Old timers always used white wash to make the barns look nice ...
This guy has some good ideas ...