martes, 14 de agosto de 2012


Allspice Whole 1 OZ = 4 TBS

Anise Ground 1 OZ = 4 TBS

Bay Leaf Ground 1 OZ = 5 TBS

Basil Powder 1 OZ = TBS

Basil Leaf 1 OZ = 8 TBS

Cardamon Ground 1 OZ = 5 TBS

Chili Powder 1 OZ = 4 TBS

Caraway Seed 1 OZ = 3 TBS

Caraway Powder 1 OZ = 5 TBS

Celery Ground 1 OZ = 3 TBS Celery Seed Ground 1 OZ = 4 TBS

Cloves Ground 1 OZ = 4 TBS

Coriander Ground 1 OZ = 5 TBS Coriander Seed 1 OZ = 5 TBS

Corn Syrup Solid 1 OZ = 2 TBS

Cumin 1 OZ = 4 TBS

Curry Ground 1 OZ = 4 TBS

Fennel Seed Whole 1 OZ = 3 TBS Fennel Seed Ground 1 OZ = 3 TBS Fennel Cracked 1 OZ = 3 TBS

Salt Purified 1 OZ = 1 1/2 TB

Mustard Seed Whole 1 OZ = 3 TBS Mustard Seed Ground 1 OZ = 4 TBS

Non-Fat Dry Milk 1 OZ = 3 TBS

Nutmeg Ground 1 OZ = 3 TBS

Onion Powder 1 OZ = 3 TBS

Oregano Leaf 1 OZ = 9 TBS

Onion Cracked 1 OZ = 3 TBS Onion Salt 1 OZ = 2 TBS

Paprika Ground 1 OZ = 4 TBS

Pepper Coarse 1 OZ = 4 TBS

Pepper Black 1 OZ = 4 TBS

Pepper White 1 OZ 4 TBS

Pepper Whole 1 OZ = 3 TBS

Pepper Red Leaf 1 OZ = 5 TBS

Pepper Cayenne 1 OZ = 4 TBS

Garlic Powder 1 OZ = 3 TBS

Garlic Granulated 1 OZ = 3 TBS

Garlic Cracked 1 OZ = 3 TBS

Garlic 1 Clove = 1/8 TSP

Ginger Ground 1 OZ = 4 TBS

Marjoram Whole 1 OZ = 8 TBS

Marjoram Powdered 1 OZ = 8 TBS

Sage 1 OZ = 8 TBS

Thyme Ground 1 OZ = 4 TBS 

Quart of hydrogen peroxide, 1/4 cup baking soda, tsp. liquid dish soap.

Quote given to me by my daughter, Nicole.

“Homemaking takes into account the spiritual values: love, peace, tranquility, harmony among family members, security. It makes of a place of residence a spot to which family members can retire from a confused and troubled world and find understanding and rejuvenation. Its character is quietness; it evidences good taste, culture, and refinement. Men, women and children alike have their individual contributions to make to good home and family life, and each shares in its benefits.”

 – Belle S. Spafford, served as ninth general president of the Relief Society of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, from April 6, 1945 until October 3, 1974.

A Baking Recipe For Mothers

Pre-heat oven.
Check to be sure there are no rubber balls or plastic soldiers lurking on the shelves.
Remove blocks and toy autos from table.
Grease pan.
Crack nuts.
Measure 2 cups flour.
Remove Johnny's hands from flour.
Wash flour off him.
Re-measure flour.
Crack more nuts to replace those Johnny ate.
Put flour, baking powder, and salt in sifter.
Get dustpan and brush up pieces of bowl Johnny knocked on floor.
Get another bowl.
Answer the door bell.
Return to kitchen.
Remove Johnny's hands from bowl.
Wash Johnny.
Answer phone.
Remove one-half inch of salt from greased pan.
Look for Johnny.
Grease another pan.
Answer telephone.
Return to kitchen and find Johnny.
Remove his hands from bowl.
Take up greased pan and remove layer of nut shells in it.
Head for Johnny, who runs, knocking bowl off table.
Wash kitchen floor, table, walls, dishes.
Order take out.
Lie down.
Don't forget to turn off oven!


-Build fire in backyard to heat kettle of rain water.
Set tubs so smoke won’t blow in eyes if wind is pert.
Shave one whole cake of lie soap in boiling water.
-Sort things, make 3 piles 1 pile white, 1 pile colored, 1 pile work britches and rags.
-To make starch, stir flour in cool water to smooth, then thin down with boiling water.
Take white things, rub dirty spots on board, scrub hard, and boil, then rub colored don't boil just wrench and starch.
-Take things out of kettle with broom stick handle, then wrench, and starch.
-Hang old rags on fence.
-Spread tea towels on grass.
-Pore wrench water in flower bed. (“wrench” means rinse)
Scrub porch with hot soapy water. Turn tubs upside down.
-Go put on clean dress, smooth hair with hair combs. Brew cup of tea, sit and rock a spell and count your blessings.

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