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Pour 1 cup ammonia in a thick garbage bag, place your grate inside the bag and seal tightly. I used a rubber band to seal my garbage bag. It is important you seal the bag tightly. The fumes from the ammonia is what gets your grate clean. If you do not seal your garbage bag tightly the fumes will escape and your grate will not get clean. Place your bag in the sun and let it sit there until the following day. It was a very sunny day today and I had a hard time getting a good picture with my white trash bag on the concrete. So I set my bag on the grass to get a good clear picture. Because ammonia is a toxic substance to animals, grass and plants I made sure the bag was sealed tight enough that no ammonia would leak out and cause any harm to the surrounding environment.
I called my poison control center to inquire about safety precautions and disposal methods when using household ammonia. For safety precautions the Poison Control Center recommends wearing rubber gloves and safety glasses when working with ammonia. Be careful to turn your face away when you open your garbage bag the next day. The fumes will be strong and can make your eyes burn. Remove your grate and rinse it off until its clean. For proper disposal of ammonia the Poison Control Center recommends disposing your ammonia down a sink where there is plenty of ventilation such as a garage sink. If you do not have a garage sink they recommend opening a window near the sink you are using for 10 to 15 minutes. You also have the option of taking your ammonia to the nearest hazardous waste center. (The gal at Poison Control Center asked me if this really works. When I told her “yes” she was excited to go home and give it a try!) Here is how my grate looks now….
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Orange Glazed Pan-Seared Chilean Sea Bass with Mustard Dill Cucumber & Orange Champagne Relish (Gluten-Free)
Mustard Dill Cucumber & Orange Champagne Relish
2 tablespoons champagne vinegar (or rice wine vinegar or apple cider vinegar)
1 teaspoon agave (or 1 teaspoon sugar + 1 teaspoon water)
1/4 teaspoon ground yellow mustard
1/4 teaspoon dill
pinch of salt and pepper, to taste
Optional pinches: cayenne, garlic, onion, curry or a seasoning blend such as Mrs. Dash
1/2 cup diced cucumber
1/3 cup diced orange (half of an orange)
In a small bowl, combine all ingredients except cucumber and orange, stir to combine. Add the sliced cumber and orange to the bowl, stir and toss to coat. Set aside. You can make this ahead of time, up to 24 hours in advance, cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate. The longer the relish sits, the more the cucumber and orange will release juices, but the more the flavors will marry.
Orange Glazed Pan-Seared Chilean Sea Bass
2 Chilean Sea Bass filets (mine were very generous, about 8 ounces each)
1/2 orange (the unused half from the relish)
2 tablespoons olive oil+
generous pinch of sea salt or kosher salt and pepper, to taste
fish sauce for final drizzle, optional
Spray a large, non-stick skillet with cooking spray, place the fish in it, squeeze the juice of half an orange evenly over the top of the fish, drizzle evenly with the olive oil, and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Cover the skillet and cook fish over medium-high heat for approximately 6 minutes on the first side, flip and cook (covered) for 2-3 more minutes, adding more oil as needed. Since all pieces and cuts of fish differ, cooking times will vary. Fish is done when it’s opaque and white. Due to carry over cooking, the fish will continue to cook even after removed from the heat source; take care not to overcook while it’s still in the pan, as it will become tough and rubbery as it cools and when served. Allow fish to rest for a couple minutes, plate it, spoon relish over the top or on the side, drizzle with fish sauce if desired, and serve.
Note: If you can’t find Chilean sea bass or want to substitute a less expensive or easier to find fish, I suggest Mahi Mahi, red snapper, tuna steaks, tilapia, cod, or whatever looks good in the fish case. Or, try unbreaded frozen fish filets, which will likely be cheaper than fresh, and which can be prepared using this recipe after they’ve thawed.
If you’ve never had sea bass, it tastes like chicken because everything tastes like chicken, right?
Okay, no, it does not taste like chicken. It has an ever-so-slightly sweet undertone and it’s not “fishy”. It’s not a particularly strong-flavored fish like salmon or tuna can sometimes be with their very distinctive flavor. Rather, it’s neutral but in a perfectly understated way.
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First tear down a newspaper, we used about 4 newspapers. Put the shredded paper and let them soak in hot water until they are totally soaked. Next step is to mix the paper well so that they will be shredded down to smaller peaces. Then I drained the water from the paper and set a side in a another container. Mix white glue & wallpaper paste to the drained paper and use your hands to mix. I used a large balloon for the project. You will get the feel of the paste once you get started, if you feel that the paste is not sticking together then add some more glue to it. Slowly start at the top covering the balloon. The top is the most difficult part so don't give up! Make sure to hang the balloon on a thick thread as the balloon will get very heavy wit all the wet paper on. It will take a few days to get dry. The lamp will be very light ones dried! Then I used a pin to make a small hole in the balloon as I wanted the balloon to deflate slowly. Ones the lamp shade is free you can paint it as you wish. Add a light bulb and cord kit and the lamp is ready.
First tear down a newspaper, we used about 4 newspapers. Put the shredded paper and let them soak in hot water until they are totally soaked.
Next step is to mix the paper well so that they will be shredded down to smaller peaces. Then I drained the water from the paper and set a side in a another container. Mix white glue & wallpaper paste to the drained paper and use your hands to mix.
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Make sure to hang the balloon on a thick thread as the balloon will get very heavy wit all the wet paper on. It will take a few days to get dry. The lamp will be very light ones dried! Then I used a pin to make a small hole in the balloon as I wanted the balloon to deflate slowly.
Ones the lamp shade is free you can paint it as you wish. Add a light bulb and cord kit and the lamp is ready.