Sharon Ford
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A neat way to store your pans is with screw-in cup hooks. For an overhead cabinet, line them up on the underside of a shelf, spacing them apart enough to ensure they'll each be easy to access.

Kitchen Organization - For an overhead cabinet. Line up cup hooks on the underside of a shelf, spacing them apart enough to ensure they'll each be easy to access.

braided leather Bracelet magnetic clasp

braided leather Bracelet magnetic clasp

Looks easy to make

thinking that I might try my hand at pattern making starting with this simple dress. First for the girls.then maybe for me :-) and , this looks easy and so cute!

Tiramisu Trifle: a delicious twist on an Italian classic, easy to assemble with gorgeous chocolate curls (and tutorial)

Tiramisu Cheesecake Trifle: a delicious twist on an Italian classic, easy to assemble with gorgeous chocolate curls (and tutorial)

Easy Strawberry Cheesecake Trifle, made it for Easter desert, oh man it was delicious

A twist on my usual trifle! Easy Strawberry Cheesecake Trifle, made it for Easter desert, oh man it was delicious

Pineapple Cremora tart 500 g coffee creamer (powder)250 ml boiling water 2 cans Nestlé condensed milk, cooled in the fridge250 ml lemon juice 410 g crushed pineapple12 Tennis biscuits Dissolve the Cremora coffee creamer in boiling water and set aside to cool. Stir in condensed milk, beat until stiff. Beat lemon juice in gradually and stir in the crushed pineapple. Arrange biscuits into a flat, square tart dish and pour over mixture. Put into the fridge and allow to set before decorating with…

Pineapple Cremora tart 500 g coffee creamer ml boiling water 2 cans…

The lemon bars of your dreams take just 15 minutes of prep: Stir together a mere three ingredients to create a sunny, puckery filling for a buttery shortbread crust. FOR THE CRUST 4 tablespoons butter, melted and cooled, plus more for pan 1-1/2 cup graham cracker crumbs 1/4 cup sugar FOR THE FILLING…

The lemon bars of your dreams take just 15 minutes of prep: Stir together a mere three ingredients to create a sunny, puckery filling for a buttery shortbread crust. FOR THE CRUST 4 tablespoons butter, melted and cooled, plus more for pan cup graham