Argo cornstarch, Arm & Hammer baking soda, baking powder, barilla pasta, Bertolli extra-virgin olive oil, black pepper, Bob's Red Mill, Clabber Girl, College Inn, Cool Whip, domino brown sugar, domino sugar, eat, Eggland's Best eggs, food, Gold Medal flour, granulated sugar, Green Giant, Hershey, Jell-O, Jif peanut butter, Johnsonville, kosher salt, Kraft, Kraft whipped topping, land o lakes butter, McCormick spices, Morton salt, Nilla wafers, Oak Farms milk, Pam Cooking Spray, Pepperidge Farm, Philadelphia cream cheese, Powdered sugar, recipe, Sargento, Thorn Apple Valley, Toll House, TruMoo milk, tyson, vanilla, vanilla extract, Vlasic, Wesson vegetable oil
I went to my garage the other day to find some soap to wash my dad’s car. I found wax, I found 2 bottles of a random spray, I found paint, I found tools. As I dug a little deeper, some lawn care bottles started to fall, one hit my toe and I yelped pretty loudly. I was understandably very annoyed at the state of my garage (even though, between you and me, it’s my own fault).
Without finding the soap I was looking for, I grabbed the garbage pail and started tossing all the bottles I’d never used, or hadn’t used in years. It’s shocking how many things we’ve accumulated over the years for lawn car, home maintenance. And yet, we rarely use them. That’s a story for another day though! The point here is, simplicity is key. By clearing out all that other junk from my garage, I can focus more clearly on the few items that I love and actually use.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Loves Bakes Good Cakes.
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