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  1. Sweet & Spicy Hungry Jack Hashbrowns

    Sweet & Spicy Hungry Jack Hashbrowns

    Quick and Easy Sweet & Spicy Hungry Jack Hashbrowns You may have tried Hungry Jack Hashbrowns.  If you haven't you really are missing out. They are ready in minutes, just add water and fry them up to get diner-style hashbrowns for the family. Sometimes you want a little variety though. Wait until you try these Sweet & Spicy Hungry Jack...

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  2. DIY: Candy Tackle Boxes

    DIY: Candy Tackle Boxes

    How to Make  A Candy Tackle Box Want to get creative with your gift ideas for the fisherman in your life? Sometimes it is nice to mix things up. If you are looking for something new and fresh to gift, look no farther, C-A-L Ranch is here to share a great idea for for any occasion. These candy tackle boxes are...

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  3. Super Easy Popcorn Gift Jars

    Super Easy Popcorn Gift Jars

    Super Easy Popcorn Gift Jars for any Occasion Are you looking for an easy gift to pass out to your kids' teachers or your new neighbors? These Super Easy popcorn gift jars are perfect for any occasion, and they are so easy to make. Plus you can find everything you need at your local C-A-L Ranch store. Materials needed: Mason...

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  4. New Years Day is Here, Make Great Resolutions

    New Years Day is Here, Make Great Resolutions

    Another New Years Day is upon us. It is a time of reflection and resolve. We have put together some of what we feel are great resolutions for 2019. Get outside-patio, camping, hiking, fishing, hunting, boating We live in a fantastic time where the world is literally at our fingertips. We can experience anything without having to leave the couch...

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  5. Cook The Perfect Western Style Sirloin Steak

    Cook The Perfect Western Style Sirloin Steak

     Pan Seared Western Style Sirloin: Ingredients: Two 8-10oz Sirloin Steaks Bottle of Hi-Mountain Steak Western Style Seasoning 1 Tbsp. Olive oil ¼ Cup Butter Materials: One 12” Cast Iron Skillet One Pair tongs Large Spoon One Cutting Board One metal Pot Directions: Pre-cooking preparation: Bring your sirloin steaks to room temperature on a clean...

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  6. How To Make Your Own Soap

    How To Make Your Own Soap

    Simple Recipes to Make Your Own Soap Skin is the biggest organ we have. The skin protects the body but it also absorbs anything that is put on it. Whether it’s natural or toxic, it absorbs into your skin and bloodstream. Why not control what ingredients go into your skin by learning how to make your own soap? It is...

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  7. Chicken Feed - Everything You Need To Know

    Chicken Feed - Everything You Need To Know

    You finally made the choice to buy chicks! A home, feeder, and waterer are set up for them, but how do you decide what kind of chicken feed to use? There are so many different kinds! I’m going to tell you about the different kinds of feeds and the pros and cons of each to help you narrow your search...

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  8. How To Make A Canning Lid Pumpkin

    How To Make A Canning Lid Pumpkin

    Holiday Craft DIY - Canning Lid Pumpkin I love Fall. The smells, the sweater weather, the hot cocoa, and the colors and in my area of Idaho that includes canning.  Knowing how to can and putting your canning knowledge to good use, is a great way to help sustain your families food storage supply. If you've never canned before visit our blog...

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  9. DIY Leaf Removal

    DIY Leaf Removal

    DIY Leaf Removal Tips Removing fall leaves can be a daunting task, especially if you've got a large yard. Even if you have a small yard or live in a subdivision, it can still be quite the chore. Many people opt to hire a service for leaf removal. While this may be easier on your back, it's harder on your...

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  10. How to Start a Compost Pile

    How to Start a Compost Pile

    Do You Compost? Why You Should Consider Starting A Compost Pile At Home Creating your own compost pile is a great way to add nutrients and helpful microorganisms to your soil, save money, and recycle waste. Composting is a great way to substitute fertilizer use, which is good not only for the environment but also for your wallet. September and...

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