Lewis Maclean MARCH 2018

DRAIN AWAY YOUR TROUBLES

The simplest way to dispose of it is placing it in the garbage after it has solidified.

Prevention is the best first step. Be careful about what goes down your drain. Grease, stringy food scraps, and starchy foods are among the worst clog culprits. Make sure every drain has a strainer. You can even purchase hair strainers for your shower or bathtub. For drain maintenance, we have the safest solution for your family and pets. Our Lewis MacLean One-Bio was developed and patented as a safe and effective alternative to those store-bought corrosive chemical cleaners that can destroy your pipes. Just call us at 310-9625 and we’ll get a bottle over to you! Even with strainers and cleaners, sometimes you still get a clog — it happens to all of us. That’s when you need to call in the pros. Our 24-hour residential plumbing experts diagnose the blockage and go to work to fix the problem. They can also diagnose potential future clogs, so you never have to stand in a pool of water in the shower again!

One of the fastest ways you can ruin your morning is to take a shower, look down, and see water pooling at your feet. The drain is clogged, but all you want to do is finish your shower, get dressed, and get on with your day. So, you decide to tolerate the ever-growing puddle. But you don’t have to! From clogs in the shower to clogs in the kitchen sink, there are steps you can take to prevent them and the subsequent accumulation of disgusting water.

These examples represent the two most used drains in the home. The shower drain accumulates hair and soap solids. The kitchen sink accumulates fibrous food particles and — all too often — bacon grease, which should never be poured down any drain, household or otherwise.

Zesty Zucchini ENCHILADA

Adapted from delish.com.

For a lighter take on enchiladas, go carb-free by swapping tortillas for zucchini!

INGREDIENTS

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4 large zucchini

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2 teaspoons cumin

1 tablespoon olive oil or ghee 1 large onion, chopped 2 cloves garlic, minced

2 teaspoons chili powder 3 cups cooked, shredded chicken 2 cups shredded cheese 1 can enchilada sauce slices, slightly overlapping, and spoon chicken mixture on top. Roll the zucchini “tortilla” and place on baking sheet. Repeat until all zucchini and chicken is used. with remaining sauce and sprinkle with cheese. Bake 20 minutes, and enjoy!

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DIRECTIONS

1. Heat oven to 350 F. In a large skillet, heat oil. Add onion, garlic, cumin, chili

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powder, and salt to taste. Stir to combine. Sauté chicken for 2 minutes, then add 1 cup of the enchilada sauce.

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3. Cover the enchiladas

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2. Use vegetable peeler to thinly slice zucchini

lengthwise. Lay out three

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