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Sink Skirt and a Recipe

  Hey friends! I sure hope you are doing great! It feels like fall here in Louisiana, finally…so we enjoyed roasting marshmallows around a bonfire today 🙂 fall kitchen sink I thought, just for fun, I would share my burlap sink skirt with you. It’s just a coffee bean burlap sack cut to fit over the opening. If you have been around awhile, you may remember our recent kitchen remodel HERE. fall kitchen pears  fall kitchen pears 2  I was using an antique grainsack as the sink skirt… however, for Fall I wanted a little warmer look. So, I put the burlap skirt back on. fall kitchen burlap sink skirt And because I love changing things often, having the cabinet left open under our sink gives me several options. I just have a simple spring-rod in place…and I can switch out different fabrics for different seasons. fall kitchen bread boards Can you believe our basil is still growing strong in our garden? I like keeping some near the sink for salads and cooking. Not to mention the aroma 🙂 fall kitchen basil This is how our kitchen looks most of the time, if I’m not cooking a meal. Just plain and simple. fall kitchen vent hood Speaking of cooking… I made up my own chicken salad recipe! Can you believe it? I can’t either. rustic chicken salad I am calling it my “Rustic Chicken Salad” (I don’t why, I just like the word rustic 🙂  Here’s the recipe, in case you want to try it: 6 organic chicken breast fillets, boiled & shredded 2 hard boiled fresh chicken eggs, boiled & chopped 2 small dill pickles, chopped 2 sweet baby whole pickles, chopped 1/2 jalapeno pepper, chopped 3 slices peppered-bacon, fried crispy & chopped 8-10 black seedless grapes, chopped 1/2 cup or more mayo 2 or 3 tablespoons spicy mustard salt & pepper to taste Mix all ingredients together and enjoy on wheat bread, with chips & crackers, or on a bed of greens. fall kitchen table I added fresh baby spinach & tomato to my sandwich. (You could add or delete whatever you choose to make this recipe your own) Celery, pears, apples…but of course, I think the bacon made this delicious 🙂 rustic chicken salad sandwich And before I’m off…let me ask if you are enrolled in the Creatively Made Home E-Course? The first week has been very inspirational! Go check it out! Thanks for visiting me today 🙂 Have a lovely week! Blessings,

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17 Responsesso far.

  1. I really love your kitchen remodel, the farm sink is just wonderful. and what a great idea of changing out the sink curtain! I change out my curtains from Fall to Spring, and I'm always ready for something different. I love the word "rustic" too. It fits with your yummy chicken salad and that great coffee sack! always love hearing from you!

  2. Lorilee says:

    Your kitchen is beautiful. Love the sink skirt. The chicken salad sounds wonderful. You can't go wrong with bacon!

  3. Love your kitchen. The sandwich looks wonderful!

  4. Geli says:

    Hello Becky! Your kitchen is soooo beautiful and the basil is a dream. I love basil and the scent is so good. Your recipe sounds delicious, I will try! Have a lucky time with your family Becky, Geli

  5. I dont know what I love more, the skirt, your FABULOUS home or the chicken salad that looks to die for! 😀


  6. Becky I love the sink, the skirt , and the columns around the sink. You have a beautiful kitchen, just my style! Thanks for sharing it!

  7. It's me says:

    I really like your kitchen !!..love it all Becky …enjoy autumn darling…love Ria…xxx..

  8. Loving all your accents in your country kitchen. That sandwich looks yummy!!

  9. Amy Kinser says:

    Your kitchen is so beautiful, Becky. You and Mr. Buckets did such a marvelous job with the remodel.

    What about the pig towel hanging on the sink? Have I seen that?

    I also love the green bottles on the shelf above the sink. Beautiful pop of color.

    And girl…that sandwich looks wonderful but I know it would know fit in my WW point range. It looks rusticly delicious!

    Love ya bunches today and everyday.

  10. Anne Marie says:

    it's so nice to see someone else not cluttering up their counters with 'do dads'…I just got done doing the same thing this morning…I have a corner on my kitchen counter that is perplexing me though…what do you put in yours?

    love the range hood…that's awesome.

  11. I adore the clean, simple, fresh look your kitchen has, Becky! I never thought of putting oregano stems in water. Duh! lol! Your range hood is absolutely amazing, too! Love it all, girlie! 🙂 Oh….and thanks for sharing that yummy recipe! I'm making it!

    xoxo laurie

  12. Lee Caroline says:

    Glad to get an update, love your little piggy tea towel and also that basil looks so healthy in the vase.I am wondering if that came from your farm?

    I love your kitchen Becky and my readers loved it when I featured it on my blog, it was one of my most read posts.

    Hope your well

    Lee 🙂

  13. Debra Hall says:

    Everything looks wonderful…can't wait to try the chicken salad recipe!! Thank you for sharing your home! ;))

  14. Tons of inspiration here! Love your stuff! Mel

  15. Stephanie says:

    LOVE your sink skirt – so neat that you can easily change it out!

  16. Mabel Jane's says:

    Your chicken salad looks divine! Love your farmhouse kitchen…Blessings…Pam (just became your newest follower)

  17. 20 North Ora says:

    Becky – Your chicken salad looks and sounds really delish!! Will try it.

    Love your burlap skirt.