With all that said... Welcome to My Favorite Friday #2 :)
I actually have two favorites to share this week...
My Favorite New Toy
First off is my brand new toy...
Isn't it puuuurrrdddy??? :) It's the Your Story laminator and binder from ProvoCraft. I got it from a guy on Craigslist for $20! It is a pouch laminator and the best part is that it laminates up to 12" wide! That means I can make 11x17 posters like this one:
FYI - the letters on the above poster came from Dollar General - they are poster post-its, so you can reposition them over and over until you get it right!
The letter sized pouches can be purchased for very cheap at Sams from what I've been told (200 pouches for $21) or on ebay. The 11x17 pouches were a bit more expensive at Office Depot, but I figure if I end up making a lot, I will buy them on ebay too :)
We have a roll laminator at school, but it's not convenient at times, so this will be an awesome alternative.
My Favorite Recipe
Last week, someone suggested that during the month of August we also share favorite recipes via #MyFavFriday, so here goes...
I don't have many favorite recipes... mainly because I don't cook. :) Hubby's mom was a Home Ec teacher so he learned how to cook and sew and all that stuff that I am clueless about! However, I am pretty good with a crockpot :) My brother-in-law often teases me that as long as I have access to a crockpot and a microwave, I'm a-okay.
Now before I go any further, you have to know a few rules that must be met before I "cook"..
So here's my favorite recipe... I have no idea where I first heard of this recipe, I'm sure it's from the internet some where, but it's my favorite because it's the only one I can quote from memory, it's delicious, and it always has leftovers that are delcious.
Boneless Country Style Pork Ribs
20 oz bottle of Diet Coke
Bottle of your favorite BBQ Sauce
In your crockpot, put in the ribs, pour on the diet coke. Cook on low for 6-8 hours. I usually start it in the morning and leave it on all day. When I get home, I get out a glass mixing bowl and my slotted spoon an dip the very very tender ribs out. Pour out the liquid. Honestly, I usually use a Crockpot Liner and just tie it off and throw it away :) Using two forks, shred the pork and dump it back into the crockpot. Dump in your favorite BBQ Sauce (Head Country.. YUM!) and stir. I usually let it sit in the crockpot on low for another 20 minutes or so to let the BBQ sauce mix in well. I typically serve on buns or Hawaiian rolls, but I also just like this plain on a plate :)
So there ya have it... My two favorites of this week :)
Now it's YOUR turn! What is your #MyFavFriday?
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