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1  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / newbie - how do you toast buns? on: April 16, 2008 03:06:23 AM
When you make hamburgers, sandwiches, or whatever...... how do you toast the buns?

It may sound very stupid but I've always had problems with this. The toaster is not an option because it smooshes the bread. I've tried toasting in the same pan as I cooked the meat but that turns out horrible even if I wipe all the meat juices and fat out of the pan.

Am I supposed to do it in the oven? I've tried that too, and it only made the bread hard. What temp and how long? Am I supposed to use the broiler?

I know I must sound like an idiot, but everytime I try to toast buns it's a disaster.

I don't have a grill, btw.

Can you all just post your methods for toasting buns and bread? Real simple thing that this real simple girl keeps failing at, LOL
2  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Discussion and Questions / what is the best glue for tiny crystals? (jewelry repair) on: January 14, 2008 07:42:33 PM
Hi guys. I just received as a gift a lovely jaguar bracelet from the Betsey Johnson collection. It's beautiful, though to be honest it is overpriced at $150. Here is a link to the picture
http://jestjewels.stores.yahoo.net/jacrtobr.html

It was the first time I ordered something this expensive through the internet, and I was worried that it would be missing crystals when it arrived. Sure enough, when I opened it I saw that the jaguar was missing at least two crystals. Thankfully the crystals were in the little box still. This could have been avoided if the company packed the product properly instead of letting it bang around... oh well.

The crystals are so super tiny I think I'd have to use a toothpick or even a sewing needle to glue them back on. My question is, what glue should I use? I'm not certain exactly what type of metal or what type of crystals this thing is made of. I need a glue that will hold, but will not corrode or ruin the rest of the bracelet?

I figured if anyone could help me it would be crafty people so please give me suggestions, thanks!
3  NEWS AND DISCUSSION ABOUT CRAFTSTER / Craftster Itself / Limbo board on: May 05, 2007 08:55:45 AM
Hey guys hope I'm not out of place, but I just wanted to say that I think the LIMBO board is a great idea. woohoo!!
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