|Old Kitchen Drain|
|Shiny New Replacement|
|Dremel ( type) tool in action|
|And no disasters this time!|
|New Drain installed!|
|Omitting the Plumbers Putty|
The rest was so simple I barely have to describe it. The pictures do most of the talking. One note, the yellow junk oozing out from under the drain I think is a combination of rust eating bacteria and plumbers helper putty. I did not use the putty...because I'm not a plumber AND I did not want anything between the sink bottom and fixture. AND it looks crappy. I've heard that is gets in the way more than it helps anyway...but what do I know. I'm no plumber. ( There are no leaks, BTW. I managed to check that out before making a huge puddle in the kitchen.
Other than that, we reassembled the closets, shampooed the carpet, changed the apartment number on the front door, replaced the hanger pole in the bedroom. and Cheryl completely finished painting the bathroom closet shelving unit. That was FUN! Cheryl inhaled poisonous vapors causing her to hallucinate. At one point she actually thought I was "The King" AND handsome! Talk about scary..... We later aired out the bathroom in the sub-zero temps by leaving the window open all night. That was fun too! Nothing says good morning like icicles on the bathroom Ceiling.
|So many variations! But it's all good in the cold...|
So to combat the cold, I have been trying to perfect my Home Cooked Chili Recipe. I have figured out that Chili has a few things in common...and the rest is all add lib. Basically, Chili power....Cumin, Tomatoes, peppers, onions, garlic.
|Chili's Main Ingredients|
Everything else is optional. Meat? Sure. Beans? Only if you like them. Spices? As many or as few as you can stand. What kind of beans or meat is totally up to you. So...with those simple guidelines...there are many variations that can happen.
|And many, MANY more....|
One note: I'm not a big fan of "heat", So, light on the hot peppers, chili powder, and/or tabasco sauce. ( If that is even included) Slow cooking is the key, I guess. "Let the flavors mingle in a snow dance".
|And even MORE!|
|Is the Most Important Part|