A few years ago, I was invited to join a few food industry colleagues for a farm tour in Saskatchewan. I eagerly went on the farm tour and two years later, I find that I am still happily sharing bits of knowledge that I learned from the farm tour with friends and family.
For example, prior to the trip, I never really gave mustard much thought.
Like many of you, I have been working on decorating our house since we moved in! I just love to move things around, try a chair here and then the next day, move it to another spot. As a matter of fact, my dad put a coffee table on wheels for me, so I can move it around. I just love playing house and dressing up my adult 'doll house'.
I am writing this post on the transformation of my kitchen over the past few years, I think about how grateful I am and how much I love my kitchen. I love the windows and the light that comes into my kitchen everyday and the little touches that my dad, husband and I have added.
Back in the seventies, these layered salads, sealed with mayonnaise on top and refrigerated overnight were all the rage. I had a bridal shower for my niece not too long ago and made up this layered overnight salad. It turned out great and it is nice as you can make it all ahead and just toss before serving.
I have made these party sandwiches a few times recently and I find they are always a hit. Even having left overs is nice, as they keep well in the refrigerator. Hope your party is a fun.