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Shredding thread could be several things. First, make sure the thread and needle are compatible. If the needle's eye is too small for the thread, it will eventually shred the thread. There are also needles with larger scarfs that will protect the thread from shredding as it repeatedly pierces fabric. Also, trying a different brand/type of thread may make a difference--focus on good quality thread for fmq. The tension may be set too tight. Finally, there could be a burr or snag somewhere that is causing the thread to shred.
The best part about a slow cooker is that all you have to do is drop the ingredients in and let them simmer for hours. Here are some of my favorite dips to make for a get together in my slow cooker.
Spinach and Artichoke - Cook on high for two hours
24 oz. frozen Spinach 2 8 oz. package Cream Cheese 1 cup shredded Parmesan 2 cups Mozzarella 2 14 oz. cans Artichoke Hearts Chopped 1 small Onion diced small 1 Tsp. Garlic Powder 1 Tbs. Horseradish 1 Tsp. Chili Powder
Bacon Cheese Dip - Cook for three hours on high
1 Package Bacon, cooked and chopped 1 16oz Package Cream Cheese 4 Cups Shredded Cheddar Cheese 2 Teaspoons Worcestershire Sauce 1 Teaspoon Hot Sauce 1 Cup Half n Half 1 Teaspoon Minced Onion 1/2 Teaspoon Dry Mustard Salt to taste
Caramel Apple Pie Dip - Cook for five hours on low 5 cored, skinned and chopped Granny Smith Apples 1 Teaspoon Cinnamon 1 Teaspoon Allspice 1 (14 Oz.) Container Fat-Free Caramel Dip
Buffalo Chicken Dip - Cook for three hours on high, add cheese at the end 1 lb cooked chicken, shredded (can be store bought rotisserie) 8 oz. cream cheese, cubed 1 cup ranch dressing 3/4 cup Frank's Red Hot Wing sauce (The wing sauce is thicker and hotter than the regular) 2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
contact the processor or manufacturer supplying the mince and ask if there is preservative being added to the mince
other than that take the animal to a vet and see if there is not a medical condition causing the problem ( worms , dog diseases, general ill health)
The unit requires a complete cleaning and oiling , there is paper shreds jammed at the sides. POWER OFF AND REMOVE POWER PLUG FROM WALL BEFORE CLEANING. Staples or Grand and Toy should have the shredder oil.
Hi. Basically all you really need to know is to start the machine at a slow speed, begin shredding, increase speed to a point where the machine is not labouring. Next time you use that attachment, set it for that speed. Different attachments and the foods they process load different stresses on the mixer. Always use a speed that is one step above/below the labouring sounds. Kitchenaid doesn't see fit to publish these instructions online as they do their other manuals. Another missed opportunity by Kitchenaid. You might want to check out the kitchenaid forum. one of these people just might have it in digital form. Good luck! ricardok45
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Turn Off Attachment Blocking in Outlook Express 6.1 SP1
Many viruses are transmitted through files attached to e-mail messages. For this reason, blocking of attachments is now a standard feature of many e-mail programs, including Outlook Express 6.1 SP1. Attachment blocking has been available in Outlook Express for some time, but it is now turned on by default.
When using Outlook Express to read your e-mail, you may notice a yellow message stating: “OE removed access to the following unsafe attachments in your mail: filename(s).” Please note that the attachment is still included in the message, you simply cannot access it because of a security restriction that can be turned off. These instructions explain how to turn off this restriction.
In Outlook Express, select the Tools menu, and click Options.
Select the Security tab, clear the Do not allow attachments to be saved or opened that could potentially be a virus check box, and click OK.
You should now have access to all attachments in your e-mail messages. Remember, you should never open an attachment unless you are certain it does not contain a virus. It is recommended that you save the file first, and then open it from the saved location.