Dave Appleyard

Dave Appleyard

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Meat and Potatoes "Lasagna" combines two comfort food classics: meat and potatoes and lasagna. This easy ground beef casserole is made by layering ground beef between layers of sliced potatoes, which gives it a lasagna-like appearance.

How to Cook Pig's Trotters

How to Cook Pig& Trotters

Baked Chicken Wings - super crunchy without being fried

Baked Chicken Wings - super crunchy without being fried. I would use gluten free cup 4 cup flour

The other day I needed a dinner that I could make ahead and leave in the oven.  I combined a couple of recipes to come up with this.  It was...

The other day I needed a dinner that I could make ahead and leave in the oven. I combined a couple of recipes to come up with this.

It's darn near impossible to get the length and position of a mitered part right unless you can butt it up against the adjoining miters. To provide a guide, tape or clamp mitered scraps in place. Remove the scraps as soon as you glue the part in place—otherwise, stray glue might make those temporary guides permanent.

Use Scrap Wood Guides for a Perfect Fit- and other tips for making perfect miter edges every time

Honey Bourbon Steak Tips

Honey Bourbon Steak Tips - Spicy Southern Kitchen

You never knew sesame chicken was so easy to make! In about 30 minutes, you've got a dish tastier than take out. BudgetBytes.com

You never knew sesame chicken was so easy to make! In about 30 minutes, you've got a dish tastier than take out. Step by step photos.

The constrictor knot is a way of making a secure, temporary or semi-permanent binding (it’s a good temporary whipping for a rope, closing a bag, or holding a punch of poles together.)

"The constrictor knot is a way of making a secure, temporary or semi-permanent binding (it’s a good temporary whipping for a rope, closing a bag, or holding a punch of poles together.)" here's my video on this knot with a no-tangle paracord skein

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What cute little pine cone elves! What a great way to make the season festive, keep kids engaged, and encourage creativity!

It's good literally any way you slice it.

Apricot-Raspberry Glazed Ham - I think I will try this for our Christmas ham