Thank you for following my kitchen renovation, week by week! If you started following from the beginning, you might remember my boring almond and oak colored kitchen. Actually, you probably don’t. I hid most of it from pictures and only showed you the edges of my Pfaltzgraff dishes. So we gutted it. Like, down to the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
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.
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.