Secondly, the sauce I made tonight for dinner. I mixed equal parts of honey (see last post),
and Dijon mustard. Stirred together until smooth.
I cut up chicken breasts into pieces and sautéed them in olive oil, until lightly browned.
Then added the above sauce and let them cook on low for 40 minutes, in a covered pan, until tender.
I cooked a pack of this rice in the microwave oven, for 90 seconds.
I placed the rice on the plate, added the chicken breast pieces, and then
poured some extra hot sauce over the chicken and the rice.
For dessert, I mixed equal parts of the honey and peanut butter together.
I cut up a banana, and then in another little dish, I placed some "coconut, cashew
crunch" from a past post. This truly is one of my husband's favorite combinations for
a dessert or snack. He dips banana pieces into honey/peanut butter mixture, then into
oven, but for some reason, it never gets the glass door clean. I have tried various cleaning
products but was never satisfied. Recently, I visited a blog where the
writer had the same problem as I did. She found the perfect solution, and now I too,
am a believer in her method.
Jessica, on www.decoradventures.com/2014/02/how-to-clean-oven-door-naturally.html
says she found the solution when she read the book, "Salt, Lemons, Vinegar, and Baking
Soda" by Shea Zukowski.
I made the paste of baking soda and a bit of water, and placed it all over my door. I let
it set for just a bit, then scrubbed it with damp paper towels. Guess what? It came off.
So easily and so thoroughly.
Here is my newly cleaned glass oven door. I am so happy! Now, I won't have to
make sure the oven light is off, when my mother comes for dinner:)
Last, but not least, the beautiful bouquet of white hydrangeas that my
daughter picked for me.
So, there you have it. Just a very little something just for you, this