Goo Gone

Another homemade cleaning recipe that I have found is for Goo Gone. To make it, you need gasoline and natural citrus oil.

Take a small (pint size is good) jar with you when you the next time you pump gas. Put a bit of gas into that jar.

Now you need to turn your attention to the citrus oil. Put the rinds of three large oranges into a closed gallon of water (i.e., a gallon milk jug full of water) for ten (10) days. After which time, you need to strain out the rinds. The water left will be nice and oily, full of citrus oil.

To get the homemade Goo Gone mix one part gasoline to four parts of the citrus oil / water mixture. Put it in a spray bottle. That’s it, homemade Goo Gone.

Thanks Trent

Crock Pot Corn Pudding

1 can cream style corn

1 can whole kernel corn

8 oz. sour cream

1 stick butter, melted

2 eggs, beaten

1 box Jiffy corn meal mix

Spray pot with non-stick spray. Combine all ingredients in a large bowl. Pour in a crock pot. Cook on low for 6 to 8 hours. You can cook on high 4 hours. Excellent to take to covered dish affairs.

Corn Pudding A

INGREDIENTS:

* 2 (10 ounce) packages frozen corn kernels, thawed

* 6 eggs

* 3 1/2 cups milk

* 1/2 cup butter, melted

* 4 tablespoons all-purpose flour

* 1 cup white sugar

DIRECTIONS:

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).

2. In a blender or food processor blend the eggs very well. Add in the flour and sugar and blend well. Add the milk and blend slightly. Finally, mix in the corn by hand. Stir in the melted butter and pour the mixture into a large casserole dish.

3. Bake at 350 degrees F (175 degrees C) for about 45 minutes. When the pudding is done the center should be solid and the top should have a nice golden brown color. Let rest for approximately 15 minutes then serve warm.

Sherbet Punch

Sherbet Punch

2 qt lime sherbet

2 qt ginger ale

2 gt 7-up (R) or Sprite (R)

Mix equal parts sherbet, 7-up and ginger ale to desired taste and consistency. Makes 1 average bowl of punch. Can increase as needed. This recipe is also good with raspberry or orange sherbet.

Resume : DeWayne Kevin Surbaugh

Born: July 13
Baldwin City, KS 66006
(785) 304-4041
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Work Experience:

  • Menards
    Lawrence, KS  00/00/00-00/00/00 Morning Stock
    edit/update
  • Addeco Temporary
    Topeka, KS  00/00/00-00/00/00 Temporary Employee
    Excellent customer service skills through working the Cash Register, Carry customers meals to tables, help keep the dining room and work area clean, restock supplies as needed
  • Randall’s
    Austin, TX  12/7/10-00/00/00 Maintenance
    EDIT/Update
  • Chic-fil-a
    Austin, TX 12/7/10-present Team Member
    Excellent customer service skills through working the Cash Register, Carry customers meals to tables, help keep the dining room and work area clean, restock supplies as needed
  • Seabrook Apple Market
    Topeka, KS 7/13/08-8/16/10 Assistant Store Manager
    Excellent customer service skills through working the cash register to check out customers, supervise employees, verify cash audits, Bag and carry out groceries, Order stock, Stock grocery shelves, Tie cardboard bails as needed.
    Titles: Assistant Store Manager
  • Falley’s, INC/HAC, Inc/Price Chopper/Falley’s/Food 4 Less
    Topeka, KS 1/1999-7/13/08 Assistant Store Manager
    Excellent customer service skills through working the cash register to check out customers, supervise employees, verify cash audits (in customer service), Bag and carry out groceries, Order stock, Stock grocery shelves, Tie cardboard bails as needed. Other Duties Performed in my time here:
    Bag and carry out groceries, Order stock, Stock HBC/GM and grocery departments, Tie cardboard bails as needed, Check in vendors as they brought their products in on Saturdays
    Titles: Shift Supervisor/Night Manager, Stocker, Cashier, HBC Manager, Pricing Coordinator, backup DSD
    reason for leaving: Falley’s ceased to exist when my store was sold. The new owner created the new store.
    Titles: Stocker, Cashier, HBC Manager, Pricing Coordinator, backup DSD
    reason for leaving: Didn’t really – Company Merger created the new company
  • Willard’s IGA (now Moon’s Hometown Market)
    Osawatomie, KS 9/1996-12/1998 GMD Manager
    Excellent customer service skills through working the cash register to check out customers, Bag and carry out groceries, Order the Health & Beauty/General Merchandise areas of the store, Stock GMD and grocery departments, Tie cardboard bails as needed, Check in vendors as they brought their products in
    Titles: Stocker, Dairy Manager, GMD Manager
    reason for leaving: moved back to Topeka
  • Jesus People USA
    Chicago, IL 1/1995-6/1996 Missionary
    Washed dishes with a commercial dishwasher, Mopped the dinning room floors and cleaned the dinning tables, Carried out the trash, Cleaned/vacuumed the lobby and public bathrooms, Answered phones overnight (8 pm-8 am)
    -While at their Custom Cabinet Shop I:
    Filed Files, Answered phones, Assisted in the beginning stages of creating a program (with Excel) to keep better records of the cabinets we made.
    Titles: Missionary
    reason for leaving: moved back to Kansas
  • Falley’s Market
    Topeka, KS 4/1990-12/1994 Stocker/Checker
    Excellent customer service skills through working the cash register to check out customers, Bag and carry out groceries, Stock HBC and grocery departments, Tie cardboard bails as needed, Clean the bathrooms, sweep, scrub and buff the floors
    Titles: Stocker, Cashier, Sacker
    reason for leaving: moved to Chicago to take new jobEducation:
  • Prairie View High School
    La Cygne, KS (Graduated 1987)
  • Washburn University
    Topeka, KS (Attended 1990/91)Community Activities/Interests:
  • Calvary Austin
  • Solid Waste Management Committee (Shawnee County) (3-year term:12/07-12/10)
  • Cornerstone of Topeka (3-year term: 2007-10)
  • Optimists (White Lakes chapter)(President 10/04-9/05)(member 2000-2010)
  • Chesney Park NIA (Vice-President 4/2003-1/05; 1/06-12/07)(member 2000-2010)
  • Keep America Beautiful of Topeka and Shawnee County

Some Favorite Pics

Helping at the community Thanksgiving Dinner.

Taking time to pose with Senator Sam Brownback in the Senators Washington office.

Posing in fron of the Lincoln Memorial.

Pool Time…Who can beat the master (yeah right, who am I fooling?)

Posing in the Rain Forest at the Omaha Zoo.

Helping with the Community Thanksgiving Dinner.

Helping with the Community Thanksgiving Dinner.

Siting in front of the World at the Omaha Zoo

Posing in front of the White House.

Cooking Website Growing Steadily

http://press.arrivenet.com/tec/article.php/645186.html

Cooking website that offers more then just the “usual recipes for pies, cookies meat dishes, etc but also includes household tips such as homemade upholstery cleaner, furniture polish and athletes foot cures,” growing steadily.

Distribution Source : PRWeb

Date : Sunday – May 29, 2005

Topeka, KS (PRWEB) May 29, 2005 — D. Kevin Surbaugh, owner of Surbaugh Midwest (http://midwest.surbaugh.com) said that since his company acquired My-Online-Cookbook.com (http://www.my-online-cookbook.com) in January, the website has steadily grown. Through tireless promotion and word of mouth, the registered users of the website doubled the first month then doubled twice more since then. According to Surbaugh, statistics show the number of visitors for May so far has surpassed the combined totals for the previous four months.

Not only an Online recipe exchange, the website offers a place to post and read recipes of interest to the user. Surbaugh said, “New recipes are being posted all the time. Recipes include the usual recipes for pies, cookies, meat dishes, etc., but also includes household tips such as homemade upholstery cleaner, furniture polish and athletes foot cures.”
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Surbaugh Midwest is based in Topeka and performs a variety of services from light hauling, to recycling, to web design. Among other online properties are surbaugh.com, a website that links the company’s activities and creates a webportal for those with the last name of Surbaugh. The company also owns KevinsView.com, which is one of many blog sites that expresses the writer’s views on various business and political news. Surbaugh says the company is small and struggling, but he believes that the company’s online presence, “will make it viable within a year’s time.”

My-Online-Cookbook.com can be found at www.my-online-cookbook.com.

(PR NEWS)Surbaugh Midwest Buys Online Cookbook site.

D. Kevin Surbaugh, owner of Surbaugh Midwest (http://midwest.surbaugh.com) announced this week that his company had completed the acquisition of My-Online-Cookbook.com (http://www.my-online-cookbook.com) for an undisclosed amount. The website which was sold by Socrates Socratous, Long Beach, CA, and his Bloober Hosting Solutions (bloober.com), is a site to view, post and exchange free of charge recipes and household tips. With over 100 recipes and tips the site is growing and according to Surbaugh, he “expects it to be the premier website of its type by the end of the year,” with thousands of recipes.

Surbaugh Midwest is a company based in Topeka that does a variety of things, from lite hauling services to recycling to web design. Among their other online properties are Surbaugh.com (a website that links the companies business’ and creates a web portal for those with the Surbaugh name. Also the company owns KevinsView.com, which is one of the many blog sites that expresses the writers views on various busiess and political news. Surbaugh, said the company is small and struggling, but with this new acquisition, the companies online presence should become viable.

 

http://www.prweb.com/releases/2005/1/inktomi203406.php

All I can say is I hope this site works out, for the parent company of Kevinsview.com