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Mary Lehrmann

Mary Lehrmann

Saved by God's grace and living life with my husband of six years and our three children, a five year old boy and two year old and infant girls.

Love God, Love People, Make Disciples *=}

The Call of Missions is to Love Jesus in such a way. that you don't need a specific event or place to witness but that from a heart desiring to see humanity saved. / Missionary - LDS Living

Clean Eating Anytime BBQ Chicken Rub (Makes enough to cover approximately 5 large chicken breasts.) Ingredients 4 tsp. garlic powder 4 tsp. coriander 2 tsp. cumin 1 tsp. black pepper

The Best, easy buttercream frosting | Delicious, easy, perfect Buttercream frosting Ingredients : 1 cup margarine (or butter), softened ; 6 cups powdered sugar ; 1 tsp vanilla ; food coloring

  • Suzanne

    Pinner's Instructions : Before you begin, margarine or butter should be about room temperature. Do not microwave it because for some reason, you never reach the perfect softness in the microwave and you can't recover from this. I also like to use margarine/butter that hasn't been frozen, but that's my personal preference. Place margarine/butter into mixing bowl and whip it (whip it good...sorry, couldn't resist) for about 3 minutes. You really want to incorporate air into it because this is what will give it the smooth, airy texture. After 3 minutes, put the powdered sugar into the mixing bowl. The official instructions say to sift it, but I never have...you want to mix this SLOWLY or it will flip out all over the counter. I use the on-off-on-off method until its mixed in a little to avoid spillage. mix this until the powdered sugar is well incorporated. Add vanilla and whip it again. As you are whipping it this time around its to add more air and to make sure everything is incorporated again. Test your consistency. You want it to make firm peaks but not be too stiff. If you have a mix that is too thick for your taste, add just a touch of milk. I would start with 1/2 tsp at a time. A little goes a LONG way. Mix well and test again. If your mix is too thin, add more powdered sugar until it reaches desired thickness. Keep frosting in fridge until use. Note: *If you are using the frosting in decorators bags, remember the warmth from your hands will make the frosting thin out a bit. Make frosting slightly thicker that you want it for decorating.

Tuna & Broccoli Quinoa Patties with Lemon Caper Sauce YUMMY!! I will try this by replacing the quinoa with cauliflower rice! Let's see how it goes!

Ravishingly eye-catching, this flip out bob hair is extraordinary with its wonderful texture and elegant fringes.

around chin length, razored/textured bob with side swept bangs - which could be swept to either side or pinned back depending on technique used to cut.

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Uh oh, I just realized I have all the ingredients in the house to make this. Cashew Cream Cheesecake.

Colors scheme & clothing options for family photo @Stefanie Wee Wee Wee Pirkl @Rachel R R R R Pirkl @Laura Jayson Jayson Jayson Jayson Bean I love these colors!!! Great for spring/summer!

Pawleys Island Posh: Family Pictures Outfit Ideas & pink pants update If only I could wear pink skinny jeans :) Love the color palette though