Homemaking Links

http://www.everydayhomemaking.com

http://missabigailshopechest.blogspot.com

I am ready with pictures to start Social Responsibility Blogs for PhilAction, but I found this great homemakers link that I cannot pass up.

And then it suddenly hit me.  We are trying to promote quality and productivity, encourage people to train and enhance their knowledge.  But everything starts in the home.  We learn the basics as children.  We develop our values and knowledge before we even start school. From babyhood, it has been our homemaking moms that have been our mentors and teachers.

And there are really homemaking courses, craft courses, cooking classes that some of us may be interested in.  So I have made a turnaround, shelved Engineering Solutions, Environmental Degradation Problems, Global Warming, Q&P, Work Safety, Accounting, Marketing, Family Welfare in the Workplace — and decided to post these links to the most basic training of all – where we should all start.

It is a site where there are 71 other great homemaking sites you can click and explore. There are recipes, home making and child rearing tips and all things that women and some men all over the world care about and think about.

HOW TO MAKE GUM PASTE PEONY – PART 1

http://cakejournal.com/archives/how-to-make-a-gum-paste-peony-part-1

Gum paste peony tutorial

GREAT-LOOKING CUPCAKES

http://cupcakestakethecake.blogspot.com/

FOR CAKE CONSTRUCTION AND DECORATING

http://blog.pinkcakebox.com/

 

 

 

HOW TO MAKE PASTA

http://foodnouveau.com/2011/04/20/italy/making-fresh-homemade-pasta-spicy-spinach-ricotta-ravioli-with-light-tomato-sauce

Rolling pasta through machine, decreasing the setting one notch at a time.

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As Executive Director of the Batangas Province Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc., we found that we cannot reach the rank-and-file, ordinary workers, up-and-rising supervisors and middle managers to join our developmental efforts and Corporate Social Responsibility Projects and events because BPCCI membership is limited to business-owners while other membership organizations cater only to specific professionals or cliques. Philippine Action Group for Social Responsibility has been organized to enjoin the workforce and the OFWs to join and contribute to our efforts - public service, trainings and seminars, improvement of services, productivity and quality, good governance etc.
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