Wednesday, January 26, 2011


Hey...I say croissant...they are such a nice twist to your everyday sandwich loaf. This sandwich is so delicious and easy for that Wednesday night slump. If you save some bacon from your weekend it cuts your prep time in half. Serve it with some of the leftover German Fried Potatoes or your favorite chips. Enjoy!

INGREDIENTS: (one serving)
                           one croissant
                           1 egg
                           2-3 slices cooked bacon
                           shaved ham
                           2 slices of tomatoes
                           1 slice of Colby and Swiss cheese
SPREAD: mix 2 TB. of mayo with 1 TB. of honey Dijon mustard.

Preheat oven to 350. Cook egg to your desire, set side. In a non-stick baking pan place your croissant (open faced) and spread the mayo mix on each side. Top with slice cheese on each croissant and tomato slices, add shaved ham and slices of bacon on top. Bake for about 15 minutes or until warm. Remove, top with cooked egg and fold together. Easy and delicious.
TIP: when cooking egg I like to tri-fold it so it fits better on croissant. If cooking for one heat croissant in your toaster oven instead.


DESIGN TIP:  Color...don't be afraid to use it. If you are hesitant about that room you want to paint get some samples. Tell the store you want a sample of the shade of paint.
I like to paint a piece of sheet rock and place it in the room. Depending on the amount of light that you have your paint will change hues. If your room is a small scale try going with a lighter shade unless your looking for that cozy feel. A neutral color that I use is Khaki. Compliments just about any decor and great color if you are prepping your home for sale.


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