I am pleased to present the new Dinner Is A Crock kitchen! It’s been months of hard work, intense labor, and intricate planning, but I am thrilled to welcome you to my home and get back to creating new and exciting recipes to share. Week NINE– let’s break it down and see how the transition unfolded… […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
When I walk into the kitchen, I hear crickets. Ok, not real crickets, just the metaphorical ones. Which is good, considering that in Week Five we had issues with really undesirable creatures in the house. But I hear the crickets like the humor in movies when it’s so quiet and nothing is moving that the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Let’s break this week’s renovation update down day by day. I updated my four-week menu plan to carry us through the rest of the project, the installations are still on schedule, and it’s remarkably nice weather still outside. I want you to understand that while my posts may make this whole process appear to be coated […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Welcome to the Renovation Dance. Please, find a partner and a tool. Take two steps forward and then slide to the left. Take another step forward and then jump back. The Renovation Dance is a new way of jigging about in your kitchen– there’s no sink, no appliances, not even a cabinet to be seen. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
While most of you are probably brining your turkeys, whipping your cream, or stuffing that bird, we’re being a little non-traditional with our family time this holiday season. Yes– we will still eat a full Thanksgiving dinner, but no… the renovation is not complete. No kitchen? No problem! The goal this holiday weekend is to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I cook. I am not a trained cook, but it’s my favorite thing to do for my family, my friends and my fans. I just needed a better place to do it all. But my kitchen– well, it was still circa 1985 with a laminate countertop, too little cabinet space and not enough storage. This is […]Continue Reading... No Comments.