Yesterday was the Ohio Valley Art League's Kitchen Tour, just across the river in Henderson, Ky. Five kitchens were on display scattered all over town, and there was a chef stationed at each location. We sampled seared Ahi tuna, graham pralines, old fashioned homemade banana pudding, bananas Foster bread pudding with rum raisin sauce, and finally...the best for last...pizza from a wood-fired mobile pizza oven. Delicious pizzas...Bee Sting Pizza, a breakfast pizza, white pizza, and my favorite--Fig & Pig pizza--a fig and prosciutto pizza topped with peppery arugula. So good.
The kitchens were beautiful. I can't imagine cooking in a few of them...they were too perfect. Beautiful homes, beautiful landscaping...maid and gardener service required.
I picked up ingredients for pizza making...fig preserves, prosciutto, cheese...and had dough ready from my bread machine. I used the recipe from the Pioneer Woman's website...delicious!
Sometimes things just get a little out of control around here. It's been a busy week at work...painting class on Monday, faux flower making class on Tuesday, and Dear Jane quilting on Wednesday. Whew!! Now I have all kinds of ideas percolating in my head...new classes and programs for July and August...plus personal DIY's to do for me...and friends. Seriously...my head is spinning. I like to push people into things...going beyond their comfort limits and climbing out of the box. I need to do that for myself...not so much getting out of my comfort zone...I do that on an almost daily basis. I need to create things for myself...to actually make/do things....instead of carrying all of this "stuff" inside of my head. I saw a really cute fabric cuff on Etsy a while back, and made one a few weeks ago. I've collected beads and findings...I need to manufacture. Coming home and going to sleep is just so much easier. Spring is still playing hide and seek here...maybe that's part of the problem!