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Homemade Pepperoni Roll Recipe

Pepperoni rolls are a staple in West Virginia & one of my favorite things to eat. I felt like I needed to have a "staple" pepperoni roll recipe so I looked into recipes online. After I tried one I realized some differences I wanted to include in my recipe. So without further rambling, here's my pepperoni roll recipe   What You Need frozen dinner rolls, pepperoni, mozzarella cheese, Parmesan cheese, 1 beaten egg, oregano, garlic powder, olive oil, parchment paper.      Thaw Dinner Rolls (4-6 hours) Place 12 dinner rolls on a baking pan and cover with a towel. Tip: if you'll be home all day, set these out first thing in the morning so you can cook them...

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Review of Wayfair Peel & Stick Tile Backsplash

Tile back splash in the kitchen is that one detail that can really elevate the space. However, tile can become a costly & lengthy process. There are several steps involved with tile and it's typically something that isn't easily diy-ed without the proper tools and knowledge.    Cost & Time Effective  When we renovated our kitchen we went with peel & stick subway from Wayfair. It was extremely cost effective and time effective. With the amount of renovations we did at once, cost and time was a huge factor in this decision.    Here is what we used:  Link to our tile  Review  I still L O V E the look of real tile and maybe one day when we'll...

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Best Advice for Beginning The Curly Girl Method

Starting the Curly Girl Method (CGM) is O V E R W H E L M I N G to say the least. It feels like there's a million products.... a million techniques...  and frankly, the amount information is so intense that most people hardly know where to even start. I began the CGM method around September 2019. I happened to come across a pin on pinterest that lead me down the CGM rabbit hole and there was no turning back.  The first month felt like information overload. Every time I read something new I would just think "ahhhhhh can someone just do this for me??"  However, with some pateince and further research, I found the one key step in...

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How to Remove Wallpaper

 Removing old wallpaper can be a P A I N. When we bought our 70s fixer upper, we had our fair share of wallpaper to remove. We googled some things, talked to people and took all of the advice that came our way.  Step One: Score the Wallpaper  To begin wallpaper removal, you'll need to "score" the wallpaper. This process creates little slits in the wallpaper so that the solution can get behind the paper and break it down.   We bought the Piranha Wallpaper Scoring Tool from Lowes. Click the link here to read more about it.  Or, here's a few more options for scoring tools.  Paper Tiger Wallpaper Scoring Tool  Chomp Wallpaper Scorer    Now, I need to say that...

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Crochet Collection: Farmhouse Dishcloth

What It Is  A crocheted farmhouse style dishcloth. How It's Made   The dishcloth is crocheted with recycled cotton yarn by Lion Brand Yarn  Website description of the yarn:  Cotton is beloved by knitters and crocheters for its absorbency, softness, and brightly saturated colors. Crafters love to use this natural fiber to make dishcloths, baby items, and craft projects. Re-Up, Lion Brand’s new recycled cotton, gives knitters and crocheters another reason to love working with cotton. It’s eco-friendly! It takes, on average, 20,000 liters of water to make 1 kilogram of cotton. By using one 70 gram ball of Re-Up you are saving 1,400 liters of water. So try Re-Up for your next cotton project: you’re going to love how it...

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