I work well under pressure.

Really I do.

I am not showing you the before picture!

Because frankly my kitchen was 4 different colors. It was pure embarrassment!

When we moved in the kitchen was a sage green. Well I have fiestaware and I didn’t really think the sage went very well with it. So I painted it a pea/lime green. Decided that was a bit too green and thought I wanted a warmer color. Then came the Texas Longhorn orange. O did I mention in all of this that I never finished the entire kitchen while painting. So seriously all the colors were showing in different spots.

It was really, really, embarrassing.

Then this brings us to last night. I have had a gallon of “pottery glaze” paint for about a month now just waiting to have a kitchen all one color. We have company coming to see our new house for the first time so I knew that I had to get the kitchen one color at least.

Christmas is what…A WEEK AWAY? OMGoodness panic mode!

I started painting last night around 7 p.m. and like a champ I hung in there and got the job done!

Time to sit back and admire it now….well or finish other tasks that have been waiting even longer to be finished. It is a never ending process when you live with and OCD project started like me.

So lets just relax at work today and admire my new kitchen.

Kitchen Makeover

Kitchen Makeover

Kitchen Makeover

Kitchen Makeover

Now I need to fix the part of the little balls that didn’t get caught in the stitching!

Kitchen Makeover

I tell ya there is always something.

I will have some more pictures when I find some art for the kitchen. My theme is really coffee, brown and teal. The pears will go as soon as I have more coffee things.

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Boneless Buffalo Wings


Boneless Buffalo Wings

 

1 lb Skinless Chicken Breast

(cut into 1-1/4” cubes)

3 cups Flour

1 ½ cups Buttermilk

1 ½ tsp Salt

¾ tsp Black Pepper

Vegetable Oil

3 large Green Peppers

 

Hot Sauce

¾ cup Hot Sauce

¼ cup Water

1 tbsp Butter

¼ tsp Cayenne Pepper

  • Place sauce ingredients in small pan & simmer 4-5 minutes, until well blended
  • Remove sauce from heat, set aside to cool
  • Mix flour, salt & pepper in bowl
  • Place buttermilk in separate bowl
  • Cut chicken breast into pieces
  • Heat oil for frying (360 F)
  • Dust chicken pieces in flour then dip them into buttermilk and back to flour
  • Gently shake off excess flour
  • Place chicken pieces into hot oil and fry until golden brown
  • Remove chicken pieces & drain
  • Place fried chicken pieces into a bowl & cover with hot sauce
  • Place lid on bowl and shake, coating each chicken piece with sauce
  • Place chicken pieces on non-stick baking sheet and bake in preheated oven at 350 F for 20 minutes
  • Grill green peppers on stove top or outdoor grill
  • Skewer chicken & peppers alternating one after the other
  • Serve with blue cheese dressing