Tuesday, April 20, 2010

A ......Minneuban?


Not quite a Cuban, a little Midwest influence? I took 5 ribs out of the slow cooker before adding the BBQ to the country style ribs and made some shredded pork. I poured a little of the cooking liquid in and a little bit of beef broth and stored in the fridge for the next day. We heated up the pork, split open a small French bread loaf, placed a slice of Havarti on the top and bottom, piled on some warm pork, some pancetta, some slices of roast beef and some Dijon mustard and panini-ed that sucker. Oh, so good. We scarfed these bad boys down right quick.
Dude is teaching himself to tile and here is the progress as of last week. I need to go down and click the update. We (he) gutted our downstairs bathroom and is rebuilding from scratch. Whoever built this house should be shot as their simple math skills were lacking as they apparently couldn't figure in the size of a 2x4 when measuring out for plumbing. The plumbing is too close to the wall and the furnace and well pump sit right on the other side of the wall. The first time we built the bathroom, he built a niche into the wall for the toilet tank to sit. He was able to cut out a little bit of the stud to get it to work this time. We are tiling the whole thing in black and white and it is starting to really take shape. I will snap some new photos soon, but here is the shower floor. It is finally large enough to really take a good shower-the last one was the size of camper shower!




5 comments:

Lazaro Cooks! said...

As a Cuban dude from Miami...I can tell you that Havarti is the key. Great post. Cheers!

Bob said...

That sounds so good! I love it, I'm so trying it the next time I have some pork.

Grumpy and HoneyB said...

My mouth just dropped when you said you were redoing your bathroom from scratch (and about the previous owners) The SAME THING is happening at our home right now! All Grumpy has left to do is the trim.

When I shut my mouth I was hoping your sandwich had magically appeared in my hands and I was going to chow it - wishful thinking I guess! Looks yummy!

Lea Ann said...

I LOVE that black and white tile! We're updating our home right now. We've started with the easy stuff like painting. We'll be gutting a bathroom soon. yikes

Leslie said...

Ahh the joys of homeownership!!!
Yummy sandwich!