and maybe do a bit of polishing. More on that in a bit.
First, let me again tell you that I receive no endorsement fees for anything. These are just things I use and like and thought I would pass on to you.
Cugino's Rubz! are fantastic! There are several flavors but my favorite is this one. I use it on beef, pork and chicken, eggs, in meatloaf--anywhere I need a bit of extra flavor. It's sometimes hard to find in the grocery stores, so I get mine at www.Amazon.com. I buy six boxes at a time, but I think you can just get one!
These crackers are something I discovered not long ago. They are rich and delicious, on their own or with cheese or dips.
Yes--those are all the ingredients! And we can pronounce all of them--and even know what they are!
I've been buying mine at Tops Friendly Markets, but you can probably search for them in your area or on-line. Not too pricey, either.
For a total change of pace--and with a reminder that you should not eat this product, Barb McA asked me what I use to polish my sterling silver thimble. I thought I would show everyone!
Nevr-Dull comes in a cool tin and locally runs about $11 a can. Trust me, unless you inherited a tractor-trailer load of family sterling silver, one tin will last you a lifetime.
It's cotton wadding (what else for quilters?). You pinch off a bit and polish until it becomes black and then you pinch off another bit and keep going. No liquid, no dried polish that you missed when buffing. I use a clean rag to wipe off any residue and I'm done! This is good for almost all metals and some other stuff too.
Here's my pin--it holds my TJ Lane thimble, two glass chile peppers, as well as various sewing charms. I wear it to classes and I always know where my thimble is. All the findings and the pin are sterling.
The same pin after using Nevr-Dull. Took less than five minutes and two small pieces of wadding.
It's finally raining here. The second thunderstorm in less than two hours is passing through now--heavy downpour, lots of thunder and lightning. And the wind is coming from the east--the sign of a bad storm in our neck of the woods.
Hope your week starts off wonderfully.