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What is the dirtiest room in your house…you will be surprised!!!!

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Sister D2


You come home on a rainy day and go to get some soup..and then you think “hmmm…wouldn’t cornbread go great with this!!!  So, if you have Marie Callender “all you do is add water” cornbread, your day is made!!! Doctor it up with some Monterey Jack cheese and green chilies and you got yourself a meal!!!!

And all you do is add water….how easy is that?????

This is my newest addition to my cooking blog!! Sister D2 will teach you tidbits about cooking, or new gadgets to try…or answer any questions you may have or always “wondered why”!!!  So make a “habit” of checking my blog and see what new information you find…and above all, this is all done in fun!!!

I hope you enjoy!!!

Sister D2

Yes, I truly DID clean my refrigerator….do you think it was related to PMS?????????????

Lime Coconut Shrimp

INGREDIENTS:  ¾ c panko (japanese breadcrumbs)

  • ½ c unsweetened shredded coconut
  • 2 TBS finely grated lime peel
  • 1 tsp salt
  • ¼ tsp freshly ground pepper
  • 2 large eggs
  • 18 uncooked large shrimp, peeled, deveined with the tails left intact
  • peanut oil for frying


  1. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper
  2. Mix panko, coconut and lime peel, salt & pepper in a medium bowl.
  3. Whisk eggs in another medium bowl to blend
  4. Add shrimp to bowl with eggs and toss to coat. One shrimp at a time, take from egg bowl and roll shimp in bowl with panko mixture and then when coated, place on parchment lined baking sheet.
  5. Put enough p’nut oil in pan to have depth of ¼ in and heat over medium heat.
  6. Working in batches, add shrimp to skillet and cook until golden brown (about 2 mins per side) or until opaque. Transfer to paper towel to drain.
  7. Arrange shrimp on platter and serve warm!!


Use coffee grounds to deodorize your hands after handling garlic, fish, onions or even after smoking. Simply rub damp grounds onto your hands as if you are trying to lather soap. Rub your hands for a few minutes and then wash away with soap and warm water.

Fill a small bowl with fresh coffee grounds and place them into the back of your refrigerator or freezer. Working much like baking soda, the coffee grounds will quickly absorb and foul odors from old foods, fish and other items to keep your fridge deodorized and smelling great.

Tap your coffee grounds into your garbage disposal each morning instead of tapping them into the garbage bin. Running fresh or used coffee grounds through the disposal will help to remove pieces of food and bacteria which cause odor. If your disposal is particularly smelly, add a dozen ice cubes to the drain and place your coffee grounds on top. This will slow the time needed to move the ice and coffee through the disposal for a deep cleaning.

Spread your used coffee grounds out on a baking sheet and allow them to dry thoroughly. Once dry, place the grounds into the toe of an old nylon stocking and tie a know. Hang the stocking to deodorize closets, garages or other small damp places to prevent a mildew smell.

My prayers are answered!

“Is that the smell of coffee”, I ask while washing at the sink?…
But as I reach to pour it, the “NN” is there with my drink…
That full glass of H2O with the squeeze of a lemon
I down that sucker, for coffee…ah, manna from heaven!

The “NN” is flitting from one thought to the next
“Breakfast”, “Drink your Water”, “Now let’s go walk”…oops, forgot “you need to stretch”!!
So, I stretch..I drink..I am ready for the drill…
“We’ll walk the loop, around the complex…and take on those hills!

“BUT WAIT…what’s this? Could it be a sign I love??
Is that really what I have prayed for..from the heavens up above??
At first, a fine mist but then a hard pour…
I am jumping for Jesus…as I open the door!

My prayers, they have been answered
I’m FINALLY getting my way
A reprieve from the “NN” and boot camp
Ah YES…it’s my lucky day!!!!!!