One of my favorite teas is Chai.. I am a big fan of all the spices that make up a good chai ~ cinnamon, nutmeg, anise, cardamom and a little peppercorn. It smells so wonderful as it is brewing and I have had many people ask me what I am drinking.
At the beginning of the month I shared with you that I received some product from a new company (or at least new to me) called Gourmet Warehouse. Today I want to share with you a panini sandwich that I made with one of their injectables.
I am not sure what happened last week, I didn't plan on skipping out complete but all of a sudden it was the middle of the night on Friday and I hadn't even written my party post.. and so because I was so late I didn't post the party at all.. I apologize to those that come over to see all the great recipes that are linked up.
I have joined a group of great bloggers that review cookbooks each month. This month we are reviewing Pioneer Woman Cooks- A Year of Holidays. I am sure I am the only person that has never even looked at one of her recipes. Of course I know who she is but I have never really looked at any of her recipes.
Remind me again why I would think making rolled cookies where such a good idea? I hate making rolled cookies, I am not good at doing them, I don't have the patience to make them... Ok, so that is the reason I don't make them... I asked remind me why I thought it was a good idea?
I am so excited to tell you about a new company that I have had the opportunity to learn about. The company is called Gourmet Warehouse and I was given products to try and review. First before I get into the products and what I have made with them, I have to thank a good friend of mine, Cynthia from Feeding Big for letting me know about this company.
I am a little late getting my party up and running this week, as I am still running a little behind after having company last week... I need to catch up on some of my missed sleep between working (the dreaded work, things would be so much better if we didn't have to go to work to afford to live right).