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It's Showtime! What To Do and What Not To Do

The sign is up and you are ready to show your home off! In any market, a hot one or not, you need to have your house prepared to show as soon as you are live! What should you do and not do for a showing?

Upgrades and Repairs:

If your home has undergone some major changes since you purchased your home, you may want to list these out. Many people will never even look at these but if they are interested they will. Upgrading your brass knobs on your kitchen is not a big deal to the buyer,but a new furnace, hot water heater or brand new roof is. Any transferable warranty should also be noted.

The list doesn't have to be long as I've stated, most people will not even notice it unless they do and if they do, they are not going to read a long list. A simple record is fine. If a professional was called in to do work, show receipts.

Neighborhood Info:

Not everyone looking at your home is familiar with the area. Show off your neighborhood with any information you have such as if there is …

Honey Soy Chicken with Thai Peanut Noodles


This is what I served for dinner last night. It was amazing. I hope you enjoy it as much as we did!



What You Need:

4-6 Chicken Thighs (We cooked two split breasts too.)
1/2 Cup Honey
1/2 Cup Light Soy Sauce
1 Tbl. Ground Ginger
2 Tbl. Garlic
Pepper to Taste
Large Ziploc Bag
Aluminum Foil
One Box of Thai Peanut Noodles

What to Do:

Mix marinade. This includes the honey, soy sauce, ginger, garlic and pepper. Place in large Ziploc bag and marinate overnight to thirty minutes. Reserve marinade.

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. 

Place Chicken on baking sheet and cover with aluminum foil. Cook thighs covered for thirty minutes. Uncover, baste after twenty minutes with marinade. You should see runoff from your chicken forming a gooey goodness on the bottom of the pan. Using your marinade brush, scoop some of this from the pan and baste onto chicken. Cover and continue cooking for ten more minutes.

Uncover your chicken. Cook until internal temperature reaches 165. 

While waiting on the chicken to cook, prepare Thai Peanut Noodle to specifications located on its box.

I love this large pot/dish my hubby got for me over Christmas. Someone told me it's a paella dish but I'm not sure.

Enjoy!

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