Thursday, June 9, 2011

Guest Blogger Friday!! Come on in, door is open!

My dear blogging friends~ Please welcome Becky from Buckets of Burlap today! I love, adore, & stalk her blog daily! Although I have never met Becky in person- she is the kind of person you read her blog and you feel like you have know her for years!! Stop over and see her, leave her a comment and welcome her into your home! You will be glad you did!

Welcome Becky!!

Hey blogging friends!
I'm Becky- Becky C, from Buckets of Burlap.
And I'm thrilled Valarie invited me to guest blog here at her sweet place :)
So... I really hope your summer is going great so far...
Over at my blog, I usually post about our farmhouse DIY projects, room re-dos and
flea market treasures we come across.
Here is a little "GLIMPSE" into our family room, I've been working on lately:
But today, I wanted to share with you a great recipe I came across.
Are you always looking for easy lunches to whip up?
Me too!And this is DELICIOUS!
It is called:
Tuna Melts, from the Pioneer Woman. Click here for recipe!!
Have you ever used any of her recipes?
Well, you have to try this one.  Not now.  Hang on...
Let me tell you a few ways that I modified this recipe, first.
It calls for red onion, jalapeno, tuna, pickles, etc., etc...
She says to use English muffins, but all I had was a loaf of french bread.
It works just as well, and they were so yummy :)
And I must mention that is fresh parsley from my herb garden, yay!
Also, her photos are so much more gorgeous.
Mine really don't do these tuna melts any justice...
I also only had sliced pepper jack cheese, so that's what I layered on top.
With a few common ingredients, look at what you can do.
Who doesn't like an easy, quick, light summer lunch??
Even my kids ate these up!
Well, I must say, this was so fun to be a guest here today :)
Come visit me sometime, if you'd like.
Thank you, Valarie, for letting me share a "GLIMPSE" into my kitchen!
Becky C

1 comment:

Amy Kinser said...

I love Becky also. Isn't she wonderfully talented and sweet!

This recipe looks great.

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