So we just moved into a new house and my husband is driving me CRAZY with his OCD for cleanliness. I knew shiny floors would be a bastard to keep clean but this tile is gorgeous! It’s not like we have just a little of it… no we went all out and covered the whole house in it…minus the bathrooms which house the honed version of this tile. I do have to admit, that it looks damn good, but it also perfectly showcases every little spec of dust like a ring on display at Cartier.
Of course it bothers the both of us. However, I’m more laid back about these things. Clean it once a week and let the dust fall where it may in between cleanings. Honestly, I just take my glasses off and voila! Out of sight out of mind.
The other half of course is neurotically on high alert searching for every paw/foot print and spec of dust. The result upon his finding an unacceptable combination of these things results in a complete mental breakdown filled with “OMG look at these friggin floors”… “this was a mistake they get so dirty “… “what are we going to do with these floors?”… “the world is coming to an end”… “should we get the dogs socks”… If there was an award for over dramatizations, he would win it hands down.Read More
Ok so here is a simple recipe from my mother-in-law Vicky for chicken salad. This is not your boring cubed chicken salad. No, this is your “I GOTTA HAVE THAT CHICKEN SALAD”. It is so good! I love it on a warm croissant with fresh onion. However, I also so find myself enjoying a couple of spoonfuls of it late at night like Nigella. Believe me… you will crave it too.Read More
Growing up I would watch my mother make paneer. Paneer is the Indian name for a solid form of Ricotta cheese where the water has been removed from it. I’m not going to say that she spent hours slaving to make fresh paneer. No because making fresh whole milk ricotta or paneer as Indians refer to it is absurdly simple. You can use paneer in your favorite paneer curry or enjoy it with some olive oil and fresh ground black pepper.Read More