|Set, Simmer and Savour It!|
|by Lesley Mackley|
Slow-cookers have been around for many years but recently they have been making a great comeback.
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Combine all ingredients. Bring to a hard boil; simmer. Makes your house smell wonderful!!
Mix the applesauce ... Use as a simmering potpourri by simply dropping ... simmering cider. As a sachet, wrap 1 to 3 bricks in muslin. Tie with a pretty bow.
Place ingredients in a jar. cover with hot white vinegar. Put on the lid and set aside for a week. To use just simmer in a pot.
Break cinnamon into ... airtight container. To simmer: Place 1 heaping tablespoon of potpourri and 1/2 cup ... manufacturers instructions. Smells delicious!
Mix all ingredients in small pan. Simmer for 1 to ... reheated. Keep refrigerated. Nice to use before visitors arrive or to eliminate unpleasant cooking odors.
In medium bowl ... container. To use potpourri, in potpourri ... 2-3 tbsp. potpourri. Simmer over candle or ... necessary. DO NOT EAT! Makes 2 cups potpourri mix.
SHAPE THE BRICKS: ... To use a simmering potpourri, simply drop ... simmering cider. As a sachet, wrap one to three bricks in muslin; tie with a pretty bow.
Combine ingredients. Add water to simmer on stove top or in potpourri pot.
Combine all ingredients. Place 1 heaping teaspoon and 1/2 cup of water in simmer pot and heat. I also dry orange peels and add these to the mixture.
Ingredients for this potpourri can be purchased ... holiday ribbon. A simmering potpourri immediately provides ... cup of water. Simmer in an open ... guests as they leave.
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