Tip of the day
WD-40 has been around for years and most households have a can or two lying around. We know it’s an amazing lubricant but did you know of all its unexpected and awesome uses?

1. Remove crayons from the wall when your children scribble on them
2. Clean off chewing gum
3. Remove adhesive price tags
4. Clean tiles
5. Prevent flower pots from sticking together
6. Waterproof your shoes
7. Keep your lawn mower grass free
8. Remove ring from your finger
9. Lubricate vinyl records to avoid skipping
10. Get moisture out of your watch
11. Get hair dye out of towels
12. Loosens nuts, bolts and screws easily
13. Lubricates sliding doors
14. Remove grease from oven and stove top
15. Protects silver from tarnishing
16. Keep bathroom mirror from fogging
17. Polish soles and heels of non-plastic shoes
18. Clean your toilet
19. Extend the life of your shower head
20. Clean clogged spray paint nozzle
21. Keep maggots and flies out of bins
22. Clean clogged spray paint nozzle
23. Keep maggots and flies out of bins
24. Polish wood furniture
25. Get permanent marker off anything
26. Untangle necklaces
27. Remove oil and tar from hands
28. Prevents rust
29. Softens leather
30. Stop squeaks on car doors
31. Remove lipstick from fabric
32. Lubricate shovel to make digging easier
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Something for the weekend...from this week on you can look forward to a recipe for the weekend every Thursday evening, we hope this will give you a chance to get the ingredients in plenty of time to plan... Something for the weekend :-)
www.cookerycourses.ie/garlic-lemon-and-thyme-spatchcock-chicken/
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Festive cooking with chef john Dowd.

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Keep an eye out for Regular Recipe for the weekend, which we will post every Thursday at 7.45 pm :-)
Tomorrows recipe will be for Garlic lemon and thyme spatchcock chicken.
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When life gives you too many tomatoes, roast them in garlic, chilli and herb oil, perfect in salads and pasta sauces. ...

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The best cards are in Robyn's nest Malahide :-) ...

We do the best cards....even if we do say so ourselves :-)

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Cookery Courses & Classes In Dublin

Here at Robyn’s Nest Cookery School we teach the best in home cooking,from baking,sugar craft, one pot wonders, a taste of Italy or food for family and friends.

Our popular supper club and coffee mornings are a great way to get friends together for any occasion eg: birthday’s, Hen nights ect we also cater for Corporate/team building events and the cookery school is available to hire by the day for magazine/book shoots,staff interviews, recipe testing ect.

The cookery school teaches in a warm and relaxed atmosphere with either hands on or demonstration classes. We are just 10 minutes off the M50 in the historic village of Swords Co Dublin.Whether you’re a beginner or an accomplished cook there will be a courses and classes to suit.

The school is run by Linda Callan and her daughters Emma and Louise. They have been preparing food to the highest standard for over 30 years and look forward to sharing their love of good food with you, so whether you are a beginner or improver why not join them in their beautiful and professionally equipped kitchen and cook to your hearts content.

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