Monday, April 2, 2012

First Dinner!

Hi all!

If you are friends with me on Facebook you will know that the past week has been crazy with us moving into the new house and finally having all of our stuff after 10 months in 2 storage units.

Overwhelming is an understatement.

My mom has been a huge, huge help the past few days helping me unpack, clean, and organize the new kitchen. It's still a total mess, so I'll show you photos in upcoming posts.

But, for now, I just wanted to share our first dinner "officially" cooked in the new house.


A pot roast with all the fixings.

I'm ashamed to say it has been a very, very long time since I really cooked. We moved around 3 times in 6 months, got married, and were house hunting. I didn't have any of my kitchen stuff, and in the last rental house we were living in, the fridge froze everything. And I don't mean a thin sheet of ice on top of a pitcher of juice. I mean, solid frozen ice.

There's been lots of take-out. Lots of eating out. Lots of frozen meals (with the freezing fridge and all..). Barely any grocery shopping, no cooking, and no creativity.

I'm very, very excited to have a beautiful, huge, new kitchen to show you guys and get creative in again. Thanks for hanging in all these months!

6 comments:

Errign said...

Congrats on the new place :)

sophia said...

Eee! So exciting! I think it's so appropriate that you cooked pot roast for the first "offical" dinner. It's such a homey dish, and oozes with connotations of comfort and happy family.

I have 20 minutes left till my FINAL exam today. I'll email you soon after!!

Sweet and Savory Eats said...

Glad you are back! It will be so much fun to starting cooking in a new kitchen:)

Biz said...

Happy Easter Christina! I know you'll enjoy cooking in YOUR own kitchen - can't wait to see what you cook up! :D

Roz @ weightingfor50 said...

HI Christina. Enjoy the new kitchen. Can't wait to see some of the masterpieces that you make in there. Have a great day!!!

Zoiesmurf said...

Congrats again on the new place. Your pot roast looks great!