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White Balsamic Vinaigrette

White Balsamic Vinaigrette

Make your own delicious homemade white balsamic vinaigrette. This is a light and refreshing salad dressing that goes on practically any salad. This recipe was originally published on May 30, 2012 and updated on May 30, 2020. I’m the kind of person who doesn’t buy salad dressings. Pretty much ever. They are so easy to make at home and I always find store bought dressing to be a little too sweet for my taste. This dressing is a light and refreshing. With honey, Dijon and Italian seasoning, it’s exactly what you’d expect in a delicious homemade vinaigrette. I love it...

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25 Best Sticky Note Sets

25 Best Sticky Note Sets

  Yoobi Sticky Note Set, 8-Pk | Includes 3 Different Sized Sticky Notes, Pads, Page Markers | Cute & Fun Pastel DesignYoobi Sticky Note Set, 8-Pk | Includes 3 Different Sized Sticky Notes, Pads, Page Markers | Cute & Fun Pastel Design - 3 different sticky notes this 8 pack sticky note set from yoobi includes 1 large pad (3 25″ x 4″), 3 medium pads (3 5″ x 2″), and 4 mini pads (2″ x 1″) for all your note taking and page marking needs there are 50 sheets per pad, and the entire set is compact enough to easily...

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NASA’s Original Laptop: The GRiD Compass

NASA’s Original Laptop: The GRiD Compass

Photo: Matt Flynn/Cooper Hewitt/Smithsonian Design Museum Introduced in 1982, the GRiD Compass found a following at NASA and in the U.S. military. The year 1982 was a notable one in personal computing. The BBC Micro was introduced in the United Kingdom, as was the Sinclair ZX Spectrum. The Commodore 64 came to market in the United States. And then there was the GRiD Compass. The GRiD Compass Was the First Laptop to Feature a Clamshell Design The Graphical Retrieval Information Display (GRiD) Compass had a unique clamshell design, in which the monitor folded down over the keyboard. Its 21.6-centimer plasma...

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Friday Favorites from Shutterbean, Creme de la Crumb, Cooking with Curls and More

Friday Favorites from Shutterbean, Creme de la Crumb, Cooking with Curls and More

This post contains affiliate links. Good morning friends! How are you? How was your week? I am feeling a lot better today than I have all week, perhaps because I have been working out more? Or that the sun came out for a half an hour yesterday after several gray days? I am not sure but whatever it is I will take it. Do you have big plans for the weekend? I am hoping that the rain stops and that I can get out on the water and paddle around, if not I have some magazines and books to read. I hope that...

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How to Make a Candle With Essential Oils

How to Make a Candle With Essential Oils

Making candles at home allows you to choose the scent and appearance of your candles. Craft stores sell scents specifically for candle-making, but you can also scent your candles with essential oils. The trick to using essential oils is adding the oils when the wax is hot, but not so hot that the oils evaporate. Because soy wax has a lower melting point than other types of wax and melts easily in the microwave, it is an ideal wax to use to make a candle with essential oils. [Edit]Steps [Edit]Melting and Coloring the Wax Cover your work surface with newspaper....

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