|by Oona Van Den Berg|
Cocktails are more fashionable than ever, and the recipes in this book will not fail to impress.
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Note: Not for human consumption! Mix above with small amount of water (as needed). Form into small balls and let dry to touch. May be placed in ...
Add enough milk to make thick paste. Roll into moth ball size balls and let dry until hard. Place in corners or behind furniture and bugs will die. ...
Mix together and put into small containers as bait for roaches.
After approximately 20-25 washings the flame resistant compound is washed out of clothes, but it can be put back in with the following formula: Soak ...
Cream shortening and sugar and boric acid. Add flour, ... roaches. When dough becomes brick hard, replace with a fresh batch. It really works if used regularly.
In a large bowl, mix all of the preceding ingredients. Add water (small amount at a time) to form a soft dough. Shape into small balls and place them ...
Mix cornstarch with ... cold water and boric acid. Stir until ... mixture to retard drying process. Large paper bags work well for painting on. Have fun.
Place in small lids and set back in dark places. Definitely kills roaches.
Cover with water and boil for 20 minutes. Pack in hot jars and seal. Ready to use.
THIS IS NOT TO EAT!!!!! Mix all together and add water to make it like dough. Roll in balls. Put on waxed paper. Let dry, put where bugs are. ...
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