Archives for March 2014
Peanut butter is a huge weakness for me and when you add a banana, it becomes even harder to resist. Over the weekend, I made peanut butter and banana paninis for my girls for lunch. It’s quick, easy and oh so yummy. If you’ve never tried a warm peanut butter and banana panini you must try them. You won’t be sorry. These paninis can be very messy, so watch out
Combining two rooms to create one large room isn’t for the faint of heart. It’s a super dirty and lots of work. If you’re not up for the job or not sure how to pull it off, hire a pro. I consulted a home improvement friend of ours prior and during the entire process to ensure we were on the right track and to protect our home. I
My hubby and I recently purchased a brand new Panini Press. I’m a huge fan of sandwiches and a press takes sandwiches to a whole new level. I love how the Panini Press adds the crispiness to the outside edges without adding extra fat to the sandwich. It turns out so crispy and yummy. Assemble one, two, three or more right on the Panini Press and shut the lid.
While remodeling the kitchen I stopped to whip up an old favorite for dinner, Mac-n-Cheese. Mac-n-Cheese happens to be my youngest daughter’s favorite food. You can’t go wrong serving Mac-n-Cheese for dinner in my household. They dive right in and it’s gone before you know it. I remember a time when my girls would only eat box Mac-n-Cheese. I’m a huge fan of homemade and I couldn’t make it unless
My husband and I love crabbed stuffed mushrooms. Once in a while, I whip up a steak with stuffed mushrooms for a romantic dinner for two. It seems to be our favorite dinner combination these days. Today, I thought I would share my Crab Stuffed Mushroom recipe with my readers. They are super quick and easy to make and surely to please any crab lover. I sometimes use
I must say, things have been crazy busy lately. We started the kitchen remodeling project this past week by expanding the kitchen. As mentioned in the “Turning a House into a Home” post, in order to fix the space problem we need to open up the wall between the kitchen and dining room to create an eat in kitchen. By removing the wall it would add additional 156 square feet