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Display Name: MrsMollyK
Member Since: 4/22/09

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Our first baby is arriving in early March (hopefully) and I've been trying to deep clean and get organized for months now. This is just what I need to stay on task and really be set up for when he gets here! Goodness knows when I'll clean again, so would be nice to start with a blank slate.

Join Us & Get Organized in 2013:
The January Cure!

12/18/12 12:58 PM

I use a Mac OS and iPhone, but with the Cloud it back it up onto my computer every time I plug in my phone. You could try that if you're using Mac/iPhone for instagram.

How Can I Archive My Instagram Gallery For Safe Keeping? Good Questions
7/11/12 12:16 PM

I bought the WalMart version in white last year, ordered online and picked up in store. It's not the most well made piece of furniture but it serves it's purpose as a vanity table in my bedroom.

Perennial Favorite: Parsons Tables & Desks for All Budgets & Styles
3/21/12 04:02 PM

I always butcher grapefruits trying to cut them up so this is awesome! I usually just end up cutting it in half and drizzling each half with honey and attacking it with a spoon. Seriously grapefruit with honey is maybe the best snack ever.

How To Cut a Grapefruit In Segments for Easier Enjoyment
3/8/12 01:08 PM

@bodicegoddess OMG! yes! haha love that you said that.

How to Cook a Turkey: The Simplest, Easiest Method
11/16/11 12:52 PM

Love the blue cart! Also love how you've taken IKEA pieces and made them your own. Great colors!

Femi's "Caribbean Chic" in Amsterdam
House Call

9/29/11 03:20 PM

Agreed! I too have a blue dining room and I LOVE it!

Don't Believe the Hype: Blue Dining Rooms
7/20/11 10:22 AM

This is a great question! My vegetarian sister-in-law is about to give birth and I am trying to figure out what meals I can freeze for her this weekend to be ready for when they come home. I was thinking about my recipe for refried bean and cheese enchiladas. Here is the recipe if you're interested:
I make white jasmine rice (2 servings worth seems to be a good amount for this).
Then once that's about ready I stir in a can of refried beans with whatever seasonings you would use for tacos (i skip the packet and just put in what I have on hand - chilli powder, cayenne pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, etc. whatever you like).
Once that is heated through I heat up 8 burrito sized flour tortillas on a plate in the microwave, covered with plastic wrap for about 45secs - just to soften them up.
Then I spread the mixture on a tortilla and top it with grated cheddar cheese and roll it up.
Then take a 13x9 pan and spray it with cooking spray and put enough enchilada sauce (I love the sauce Whole Foods sells, not sure of the brand. It's pricey but so much better than any other I've tried. It has a yellow label if that helps) in the bottom to coat the pan then put the rolled up enchiladas in.
Coat them with the rest of the enchilada sauce (not so much that they are swimming in sauce, but just enough to coat them).
Top this with more cheddar cheese.
I usually then cover it with foil and bake at 375 for 25 mins, then I take the foil off and bake for another 10 mins or so until the cheese is bubbly.

My problem is I don't know how I would adjust this recipe for freezing. Would I just cook it longer? Anyone know the best way to go about this?
I look forward to reading other freezable meal ideas!

Vegetarian Meals That Can Be Made Ahead & Frozen?
Good Questions

6/24/11 09:54 AM

Oh Donna, So sorry for your loss. I don't even like cats and I want to snuggle Beethoven. He looks so cuddly. I'm sure he had a wonderful life with you.

What Pets Bring To Our Home & A Sad Farewell
5/12/11 09:31 AM

It took me having a hard drive completely fail and loosing tons of photos for me to get into this habit. I now back up once a month or when I have a lot of new pictures uploaded or important projects going on.

Study Shows Us How Rarely We Back Up Our Computers
4/8/11 10:04 AM

What about the lips phone from Full House?

Our Favorite Phones From Pop Culture, Film and TV
3/23/11 02:06 PM

Way to go bold! I see this working really well with Asian inspired accents throughout the rest of the room.

Before & After: The Great Green Dresser DIY
2/1/11 11:04 AM

I would gain so much weight working there.

Facebook Offices = Teenage Bedroom
1/28/11 10:34 AM


Lynn and Steve's Carriage House Restore
Green Tour

1/25/11 03:32 PM

What a wonderful idea! I am definitely going to implement something like this for guests in the future. How loved your guests must feel.

How To Make a Houseguest Welcome/Survival Kit
1/25/11 11:35 AM

Oh my god! I love your dogs!! Look at those faces!

Hot Tip! Use Your Dog Bed as a Draft Dodger
1/24/11 12:22 PM

I really liked the look of these but when I went to IKEA I found that the drawers on the floor model did not open and close easily and it was a lot smaller than it looked online. Has anyone had trouble with the drawers sticking? I've been going back and forth on these for some time.

The Many Uses of the Mighty Helmer from IKEA
12/20/10 11:36 AM


Two-for-One: 8 Sandwich Cookies For Holiday Nibbling
12/17/10 04:14 PM

LOVE THIS! Will have to try it next year.

How To Make a Tulip-Shaped Burlap Tree Skirt
12/14/10 04:33 PM

Similar to the Alcohol suggestion above, I've always used nail polish remover to get sap off skin. Works like a charm and I always have it on hand (pun intended!). Wouldn't use that on the carpet though.

DIY Cleaning: 3 Household Items That Remove Tree Sap
12/9/10 10:24 AM