Kirsten Young
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Wow.  What a walk-in pantry.  I like the notion of putting a drink fridge in the pantry, and the counter-top toaster to keep it out of the main kitchen area, but this seems to take mucho square footage.

What a walk-in pantry. I like the notion of putting a drink fridge in the pantry, and the counter-top toaster to keep it out of the main kitchen area, but this seems to take mucho square footage. LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS PANTRY!

Walk In Pantries – Transitional – kitchen – Von Fitz Design | Antique Home Design

Transitional Kitchen by Los Angeles Interior Designers & Decorators Von Fitz Design The country style sliding doors on this pantry caught my eye. Subway tile on the pantry walls is another fun touch.

I love my Char-Broil Big Easy. It gets a workout on a regular basis. Usually, it’s loaded with poultry or on occasion, ribs. This time I set out to try something totally new: roasting eggs. Why? Because I wanted to make a batch of egg salad, that’s why!

I love my Char-Broil Big Easy. It gets a workout on a regular basis. Usually, it’s loaded with poultry or on occasion, ribs. This time I set out to try something totally new: roasting eggs. Because I wanted to make a batch of egg salad, that’s why!

I decided to see if I could get great results cooking potatoes on my Char-Broil Big Easy. And boy, did I ever get great results. These potatoes were as great as (if not a bit better than) the potatoes made in the oven. Creamy insides, slightly crunchy skin, just absolutely perfect.

I rarely eat baked potatoes as a side. Instead, I prefer to cook up a big ole Russet potato, load it up with all of my favorite toppings, and eat it as the main course. They are truly one of … Continue reading →

I love the cooking rack I picked up for my Char-Broil Big Easy. It gives me up to 6 racks of cooking at once. And as a bonus, I discovered that I can fit 9″ pie pans onto the rack. Now I can make a whole bunch of things I couldn’t (easily) cook before. Like cornbread. And in my case, not just any cornbread. No. Over-the-top yummy Fat Johnny’s cheesy cornbread.

I love the cooking rack I picked up for my Char-Broil Big Easy. It gives me up to 6 racks of cooking at once. And as a bonus, I discovered that I can fit pie pans onto the rack.

Woo hoo! French fries on the Char-Broil Big Easy! Crispy, hot French fries! Perfection in a pan, and ready in only minutes. Don’t want to heat up the house with the oven making fries during the warmer months? Just toss some (frozen) fries into the Big Easy!

French fries on the Char-Broil Big Easy! Perfection in a pan, and ready in only minutes. Don’t want to heat up the house with the oven making fries during the warmer months? Just toss … Continue reading →

I cannot stop using the cooking rack for my Char-Broil Big Easy. Not only does it give me up to 6 levels of cooking, I figured out I can add 9″ pie pans and cook things I could never cook before. Like nachos. Crunchy nachos, with melted cheese. With all of your favorite toppings. You’ll be really happy with how great the chips crisp up in your Big Easy. They’re perfect!

I cannot stop using the cooking rack for my Char-Broil Big Easy. Not only does it give me up to 6 levels of cooking, I figured out I can add pie pans and cook things I could never cook … Continue reading →

Nothing beats fresh, in-season corn-on-the-cob. Although there’s lots of ways to cook up sweet corn, I love to add just a bit of flavor, wrap it in foil and toss it into my Char-Broil Big Easy. In no time I am enjoying delicious, sweet, juicy corn. There’s nothing wrong with eating corn with nothing added, but sometimes I like to add a little twist, from Mexican- or Italian-inspired flavors or a bit of smokiness. You can’t go wrong no matter what you add. Or don’t add.

Nothing beats fresh, in-season corn-on-the-cob. Although there’s lots of ways to cook up sweet corn, I love to add just a bit of flavor, wrap it in foil and toss it into my Char-Broil Big Easy. In no time I … Continue reading →