Cute Kitchen Jigsaw Puzzle

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16 Comments
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micki
Nov 20, 2020
In my opinion, this looks like a kitchen from the 80's. It was a somewhat difficult puzzle for me, as it took almost an hour to complete, but I did like the color and theme.
nborchardt
Nov 13, 2020
I would love to have a kitchen with this color scheme. I hope you all have a splenderferous, supercalifraxilisticexpealidocious day! Blessings to all.
JAMP124
Nov 13, 2020
Thanks for that splendiferous wish! And to you also!
pixipixil
Nov 13, 2020
Hope you both have had that supercal...day. Thanks for those wishes. I tried somethjing new--chicken pot pie with grated potato crust. Hope that turns out supercal...
JAMP124
Nov 13, 2020
Let us know how the crust worked out --- and how to do it. I'm thinking it is raw potato grated over the pot pie. Any seasoning?
pixipixil
Nov 13, 2020
Hi Jamp & Nborchardt. The pie came out pretty good. I liked the crust and my husband liked the pie also. You grate 2 cups of raw potatoes and one fourth cup (I used half a medium one) onion. You whisk a raw egg in a bowl and add those two ingredients. It calls for salt and I did sprinkle some and some pepper but not a lot as my husband can't have much salt. I also put in some grated cheddar--not much maybe a fourth or fifth of one of those 50% less fat brick types. You mix it together and press it into a 9" pie pan that has been liberally oiled. Bake the empty shell for a half hour at 400. The filling was partly cooked. I bought a gravy package for it and followed the directions--mix it with water, sauteed half a chopped onion and a cubed white potato. Once the potato was soft, added the gravy mix and frozen peas, frozen green beans some cooked leftover sweet potato and fresh sliced carrots. Cooked the filled pie another hour at 375. The carrots didn't soften quite enough for my taste. I didn't put any crust on top.
I'd advise trying to put something on top--maybe some sweet potato slices dotted with butter. If I do it again I'll try that.
nborchardt
Nov 13, 2020
Pixipixil, that sounds delicious! Please let us know how it worked out.
JAMP124
Nov 16, 2020
Pixipixil--- That sounds delicious. Thank you for taking the time and thoughtfulness to share your recipe. I'll be using it soon.
nborchardt
Nov 16, 2020
Thank you for the recipe, pixipixil! I will make it!!
kt2shoes
Nov 16, 2020
Yes, thank you for the recipe. It does sound good. With all this sheltering at home, I'm always happy to find something new to try for supper.
pixipixil
Nov 16, 2020
You are both quite welcome. I am not a big fan of cooking but sometimes I am so tired of the same old thing I am willing to put in some effort.
KwkClkrSwkr
Nov 13, 2020
I agree that it's a CUTE kitchen.
jas6415
Nov 13, 2020
Nice little kitchen
tremendous
Nov 13, 2020
Wow! A clean kitchen. Lovely.
Quickone2
Nov 13, 2020
Nice looking kitchen to wake up to every morning. Thanks for sharing jigsaw puzzle. Have a great day!
pixipixil
Nov 13, 2020
Dismal, and rainy right now. We have had a warm and mostly sunny Fall so I have no reason to complain, but I am going puzzle shopping for something sunny today.
Wishing you sunshine in your heart today.
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