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1  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / Re: What do you think of Deceptively Delicious or The Sneaky Chef? on: November 04, 2007 11:33:08 AM
I work at a bookstore, and we keep selling out of Deceptively Delicious within hours of it hitting the shelves. So, I could never get a chance to look through it.  Finally, when we got some in again, I went on break and bought one before it disappeared.  I got home and make it about halfway through it before I bagged it to take it back. The Sneaky Chef is much better. It has the same recipes (one or two little things, like adding vanilla, have been changed), plus many many more. It also goes more into the nutritional side. If you want cutesy, popular, and trendy, then go with DD, but if you really want healthy advice, go with The Sneaky Chef. It came out a year and a half ago, and is just now picking up because of the DD raves.

That being said, I wouldn't use babyfood. It doesn't have near the nutrition as using fresh food. I use a chopper to puree mine, along with a little water. You really can find most of the recipes online, but the book has alot of other information in it also.
2  CRAFTY BUSINESS ADVICE / Selling Crafts on Etsy.com / Re: Need a critique of your Etsy shop? This is the place! on: August 27, 2007 10:18:49 PM
Hey! I agree about the prices, banner, and info about you.  It'll make it more personal, and that attracts more customers.  Also, try to take pictures of the books in natural lighting, without the flash.
3  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Re: I'm trying to be more Eco-Friendly on: August 27, 2007 10:15:34 PM
Yes, being eco-friendly, for the most part, is definitely wallet-friendly. I'm also going to try out the vinegar & water cleanser that I've heard so much about.

Watch out with the vinegar this time of year.  I'm a vinegar fanatic (makes a fantastic laundry detergent, and it doesn't have a scent when it dries), however using it to clean during the summer/warmer months is a bad idea because it attracts gnats.  Seriously. Google vinegar gnats.  By the way. I *heart* rupert grint too, thought that was cute in your siggy.
4  Georgia / Georgia: Central / Re: The South Will Reuse Again! Atlanta, GA morsbag pod on: August 01, 2007 11:08:50 PM
That actually sounds like a fantastic idea.  My mom was a grocery store manager...I used to walk out of her store with a shopping cart full of groceries, and load it into boxes in my trunk JUST to avoid the bags.  She hated it. lol.
5  Georgia / Georgia: Central / Re:Atlanta- Metro Area on: August 01, 2007 11:01:19 PM
Had to update that the Discount Fabrics has been demolished.  They paved fabrice paradise to put up a parking lot, so to speak . . .

No boutique, or swingin hot spot?  *sigh* you don't know what you got till it's gone...Okay, done with that now  Grin.  I'm from the wonderful (awful, insanely crafter-UNfriendly) Paulding County.  I can't think of anything at all out my way.  There's a Michaels...no fabric.  Wal-Mart?  They're taking out the craft sections. *sigh again*
6  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: General / Re: Lace-up ruffle dress on: August 01, 2007 12:49:52 PM
Holy cow that is so cute!  Very impressive, especially without measurements!  On a side note...that's a hellacute room, but tiny!  I don't think all of my craft stuff would fit in there  Grin
7  NEWS AND DISCUSSION ABOUT CRAFTSTER / Introduce Yourself / Crafty newbie here... on: July 31, 2007 04:47:50 PM
I've been browsing the site for weeks...but have been too busy being inspired and creating things to actually post.   Grin.  My name is Shai, I've been sewing since I was 6.  This, by no means, is any indication that I'm actually GOOD at it though...lol.  I get frustrated, I'm never happy with how it turns out, and then of course I get the inevitable 'you should do this for a living' from everyone who sees the product I'm not happy with.  I'd LOVE to learn new stuff...bet this is the place!
8  HOME SWEET HOME / Interior Decorating: Completed Projects / Re: my room (very pic heavy) on: June 22, 2007 11:58:14 AM
Awesome room!  And I definately see a Silverchair 'Frogstomp' cd....even cooler.  That made me smile in a 'oh! I remember them!' way.
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