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Showing posts from June, 2012

Thrifty Vintage Finds

 You know how you are driving down the street with no intentions to shop for vintage antique collectables, and then something happens. In my case there was a young man waving a Thrift Store sign trying to get my attention. And He did! So I pull into the little shopping center on my way home from a doctors appointment. It looks like a little second hand store, just a hole in the wall. Hmm.. This might be interesting! So I venture into the little store. It is a bit messy and cluttered. I see some shelves with dishware. I start looking and the prices are not bad! My eyes first make a b=line straight for this little pyrex stackable square dish and lid in red! I have been wanting one of these! I am so surprised to see this in here! I look at the tag and it says $1 , yes!! It is in good condition, too! So looking more diligently, now. I wonder what else I may find in this shopping adventure. Then I spot  a milk glass vase and a milk glass bowl. They are marked $2 each.  I am starting

Little Susie Home Maker's Baked Hake or Cod

Baked Hake Fish Recipe Recently, I came across some beautiful Hake fish filets. They are considered a white fish and said to be similar to Cod with a mild flavor. Being sure to include fish in our diet is a great way to increase our cardiovascular health and good brain function. So please, count me in! When it comes to cooking fish. I always love to oven-fry mine. Here is my recipe that I use to oven-fry these wonderful fish fillets. Please feel free to substitute your favorite fish in this recipe! Susie Home Maker's Baked Hake (Cod) 4 Hake or cod fillets Juice of 1 lemon, (or lemon juice in a little yellow plastic squeeze container) 4 Tbsp butter 2 Tbsp olive oil 4 cloves garlic 3/4 cup Italian seasoned bread crumbs 1/2 tsp black pepper 1 teaspoon salt 1/2 cup mayonnaise Preheat oven to 400* F Place butter, olive oil and 2 cloves of crushed garlic in a small saucepan over simmer.  Slowly melt butter while stirring occasionally. Meanwhile,