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<em>Pin</em>, 2001

The Olivia Palermo Lookbook

Londres + oncinha + jeans

Grandma's Waffle Cookies

Waffle Cookies - (When my grandma passed, my uncle threw away all of her recipes including this one she used to make for some sort of light fluffy cookie she made in a waffle iron... so here goes the hunt for the waffle cookie)

<em>Brooch</em>, 2001

CHEFS: The Best Kitchen Starts Here - Cookies by the Dozen - Sugar Cookie & Royal Icing Recipes

STEM Engineering Challenge A Design with Dozens Task ~ Foil Towers

STEM Challenge: What is holding this tower up? Two supplies and only a dozen in quantity! Great STEM challenge! Students must work diligently and really work on counter-balancing!

Five lucky winners will receive the Salon Perfect's Love, Lashes and Lacquer collection complete with seven lacquers in micro-glitter, crème...

Probably the best whole grain, low carb bread I have tried. I didn't care for the whole loaf made in the bread maker, too tough and chewey... but...Mixed in the bread maker on dough setting, substituted low fat milk for the cream in the recipe and made hamburger buns out of the dough. Light and fluffy YUM! I use them for everything from garlic toast to breakfast sandwiches. Seems kind of expensive for a sing loaf mix but it made over two dozen buns.

LabelIn the early nineteenth century the disciplined and heroic volunteers at Philadelphia's several dozen fire companies wore special hats to identify themselves. Modeled on fashionable stovepipe hats but made in leather to withstand heat and water, these hats were also proudly worn at pumping contests and when marching in parades. Fire companies carefully selected their names and painted symbols; these included Ben Franklin, founder of the first fire company in 1736.circ 1838

STEM Activity Challenge A Design with Dozens Task ~ Straw Towers

STEM Challenge: Building towers in the STEM Lab! Use two supplies and only a dozen in quantity of each! The task is to build the tallest tower possible. Includes teacher directions, helpful hints, and lab sheets!