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What gets the most raves from golf fans attending the Masters for the first time? Sure, the fairways are lush, the white-sand bunkers sparkle, the azaleas are in full bloom, and golf history comes alive on every hole. But the concession prices really blow first-timers away: they’re the best bargain in sports!
Ham and cheese on rye? $2.50. Coca-Cola? $1.50. Domestic Beer? $3. But the most traditional Augusta menu offering is the pimento cheese sandwich, which costs just $1.50. If you can’t make it to Augusta National, here’s how to make one at home.
How to Make a Masters-Style Pimento Cheese Sandwich
3 cups shredded white cheddar cheese
2 cups shredded yellow sharp cheddar cheese
4 oz crumbled blue cheese
1 cup shredded Parmesan cheese
1 (4-oz) jar sliced pimentos, drained
1 cup light mayo
2 tbs Dijon mustard
1 loaf of white bread
Combine cheeses, pimentos, mayo and mustard in a food processor and process until smooth. Cover and chill. Spread on bread slices. Makes four sandwiches.
From the book Par 3 Tea-Time at the Masters by the Junior League of Augusta, Ga., available on Amazon.
The front doormat…it sends you off to work, it greets you when you arrive home, and it keeps your carpets dirt-free. Time to show IT some love! Repurpose that mat…and create something astonishing!
Gone are the days of only hanging paintings and framed pictures to dress up the walls of your home. These painted doormats are unique and eye-catching…certain to strike up a conversation!
With a handful of simple materials, a touch of creativity, and a bit of time…
…you can create these stunning, intricate slabs of stone! Accent your garden walls with these lovely rock plaques, have these step stones guide the way to your front door, or construct your own coffee table with a one-of-a-kind stone top…the possibilities are endless! The project details are on the Monica’s Creative Room website.
Now-a-days, we store more information on computers and less in filing cabinets. With that said, the time has come to do something with that old, useless cabinet you’ve had cooped up in the corner of your home office. Get it outside, give it some fresh air, and with a few simple steps…it’ll have a whole new look and purpose!
There are times when standing out is a good thing…but not when it’s the air vent in the middle of your family picture wall. Covering that eyesore of a vent with a black doormat gives it an elegant, stylish wrought iron look, and still allows for easy air flow. “Wrought on!”
Turn a few inexpensive, plain doormats into a breathtaking, beautiful headboard for your bed! Doormats come in a variety of designs and patterns, and spray paint comes in an endless amount of color choices. So you really are able to create a piece that reflects your personal taste and style! Check out the full project scoop on the Kara Paslay Designs website.
Before you toss that worn rubber front doormat…think reduce, reuse, recycle! The detailed design on your mat makes for the perfect, oversized stencil.
One can of spray paint, $3.49…four wooden boards, $10…a gorgeous, unique piece of art on your living room wall, PRICELESS!
Looking for a way to block a bit of the neighborhood busyness out, while still allowing the light to shine in? Well, rubber doormats are your solution. You JUST may start a trend with these chic shades!
Those adorable new sneakers on your child’s feet…super cute! But those adorable new sneakers on the wall of your kitchen island…not so cute! These rubber mats make wonderful blockers between those tiny toes and the suede paint on your walls.
Your doormat has always been a place to simply wipe your feet after a trying day. However, these innovative ideas just may help you to see your front doormat in a very different light! Share these fabulous finds with your fabulous friends and encourage creativity!