Well, we don’t have chickens. Or heat lamps. But if we did, I’d be all over this task. We had chickens growing up and I remember my father going outside in the winter to make sure they had water, it would freeze overnight. I never once thought “when I grow up I’m going to do that.”I caught a few episodes last season, it was such an odd show. Funny, and odd. It’s on late though so I think I only watched reruns.
While I do have a stainless steel microwave and oven, I’ve never tried cleaning with vinegar. I have a special cloth that supposedly gets stainless steel clean, and it does work with a lot of rubbing, but the best thing that I’ve ever used was a stainless steel cleaner spray. I felt a little guilty about using it, which is why I now have the cloth, so I have to admit I’m curious about the vinegar. I think I’ll try it! Today I cleaned all of the windows in the house.
Wow, this sounds great. I, however, decided to stay home and make cookies. I’ve been waiting for the right day to make Martha’s Mexican Hot Chocolate Cookies and today was finally the right temperature and I had the ingredients. They are DELICIOUS. Earlier today I had an odd experience at Goodwill. I like to check the dishes and look for vintage glasses (martini and Champagne in particular) and today there was a gorgeous plate with a bamboo pattern (Noritake Canton) that caught my eye.
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