Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Guest Post: Wine and Glue

Hi Keeping It Simple readers!  I'm Lisa from Wine & Glue.  Recently I had a whole gaggle of children over at my house.  It was one of those Sundays that comes at the end of a long week and all you want to do is kick back with your friends and chat while the kids play.  Well . . . that was the plan when all the children at once started to complain that they were hungry.  Crazy kids and their need to eat!

Fortunately, my genius friend and I took one look at the loaf of focaccia on the counter, and came up with this little beauty.  It is simple and feeds a gaggle.  Exactly the type of recipe I need to have on hand.

Start by cutting your loaf in half.  (I'm going to hold your hand through this super complicated recipe because I'm sweet like that.)

Add about 1/4 a cup of jarred pesto to the bottom half.

Add about 10 slices of deli turkey.

Add three slices of provolone cheese.

Pop in a 350 degree oven on a baking sheet (or a pizza stone) for twenty minutes.

Pass out the pieces of steamy sandwich to the gaggle children.

Or quick whip up a box of mac and cheese for them and save the sandwhich as a yummy appetizer for the now drooling adults.


Lisa is a stay at home mom to two little monkies and wannabe seamstress, chef, baker, and party planner.  Visit her blog Wine & Glue for other adventures easy meals, like Taco Bell Quesadillas, and follow along on 


Helen B. @ Blue Eyed Beauty Blog said...

Wow this looks so good! I am putting it on my list of foods to make soon!

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