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How to cook chicken picatta

Take a spilt breast and tenderize.Coat the breast in seasoned flour. No egg wash!Heat canola or olive oil in your pan with a half stick of butter and drop in your breast.Brown nicely on both sides and let rest.In your other pan, reduce a 1/2 cup of white wine of your choice and incorporate about 4 knobs of butter slowly.
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How to remove a sticky label

Few things are more frustrating than trying to remove a sticky label that refuses to come off. Here’s a simple tip to help remove those labels and avoid leaving residue behind.Blow the hair dryer on the offending label to heat up the adhesion.Peel the label right off.This method also works for removing masking tape after a paint project.
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How to make a beautiful moving announcement

Gather your supplies. *Online Reference: /// Stamp:// /Ink pad: Colorbox /// Paper:/// Everything else: local craft storeStamp all the small square inserts with your new address stamp. Do not stack them, simply set them to the side allowing them to dry completely.
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How to polymer clay pumpkins

STEPSTOOLSStart off with some orange clayRoll into a ballCut around the pumpkinMake a hole on the top of the pumpkinNow some green clayNow some brownRoll it into a snakeFinished hope you enjoyedThe creator of this guide has not included toolsI love to bake!!,make polymer clay charms!!! And I love DIYs please follow me!
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How to make charlie's awesome creamy cajun shrimp pasta

The suppliesStart boiling pasta, cook al dente and strainMarinate shrimp in black pepper and Cajun spiceSauté minced garlic in butterAdd shrimp and sauté until 3/4ths cookedAdd heavy cream, simmer until reduced to about 1/2. Add paprika and Cajun seasons for color.Add mozzarella and stir until sauce is creamy and thickWhen sauce thick and creamy, toss with pastaTosses with chopped fresh basilServe with bread and enjoy.
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World's Largest Concentrated Solar Plant Being Built in Dubai

June 11, 2016Announced last week, Dubai Water and Electricity Authority (DEWA) is starting construction on what will soon be the world& 39;s largest solar power plant, encompassing 5 individual facilities. By the year 2020, the plant is estimated to produce 1,000 MW and by completion in 2030, over 5,000 MW.
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