As I sit here trying to think of what dinner will be (now that it's 4pmand I forgot to start the frozen roast in the crockpot this morning), I remembered some pictures I wanted to share.
NO -- we usually don't have a roast on a normal weekday, but we like using the leftovers to make chow mein, chimichangas, etc.
Over the years my lovely wedding gift crockpot had aquired the common "ring around the bowl". Each time we used it, I'd wash it and think, "I really need to try and scrub that off with something." Then it would get put away and forgot about.
I remembered this time!!!
Some of you may already use Bon Ami, but this was the first time I'd heard about it. I was worried about using it on a cooking surface, but cookware is actually listed on the back. Also listed on the back is this statement:
"The chick is Bon Ami's symbol because chicks do not scratch for food for two or three days after hatching."
Cute. Translation: This stuff won't scratch your stuff.
It contains no chlorine and no phosphorus, it's non-toxic, it's biodegradable, it's awesome.