So I've been busy with a new client implementing a 5S program when... o.k., I was really cleaning and organizing the garage for my longest and dearest client, my wife. I was put into service when she asked me to practice what I get paid to preach. My attention became focused on a stack of boxes that contained many different artifacts such as kindergarden child art and tax records of 1996 when I happened upon an old wooden box that was full of recipes. They were all hand written on sheets of notepaper that had faded and turned yellow with age. What I found was astounding since I thought Aunt Ida's recipes for a disaster where long lost. I can't wait to share them with all of you and sharing is something I will be doing in the next coming months beginning some time this December.
Each recipe is crafted and written so they can be professionally executed by the beginner as well as the expert. You don't want to miss any of these classic recipes for a disaster so make sure to sign up, just click on the email box on the right, to get witzshared via email each time a new episode is available.
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