I am hopelessly behind sharing our The Bachelor viewing party menus. The idea to blog weekly about this didn’t mesh with the voices inside my head that tell me to procrastinate.
The sandwich mush may not look like much to you, but appearances can be deceiving. In honor of the Corinne v. Taylor impending smackdown, we made Grill Fight, delicious avocado dill and veggie paninis.
Sarah made a fresh avocado dill spread using homegrown dill (who is the Modern Martha now?). We layered in cheddar cheese, cabbage, peppers and sautéed sweet potatoes, buttered the outside, and plopped them on the George Foreman Grill. It may be the most magical sandwich I’ve ever eaten.
Mint to Be
Are any other The Bachelor viewers out there getting the sinking feeling that none of these relationships are Mint to Be? I’m scared for poor Nick Viall that he’s going to pick Corinne and have a full on Ben Flajnik/Courtney Robertson moment – choose the villain of the season, only the watch the show back afterward and realize you have NO IDEA who you ended up with.
Needed a little charcoal for the Grill Fight! All of this un-reality TV show drama has us feeling all kinds of unnecessary stress. To decompress, we decided it was masking time. I used a long-time favorite Derma E Purifying 2-in-1 Purifying Charcoal Mask – an effective mask and exfoliator combo – and Sarah tried the Yes to Tomatoes Clear Skin Detoxifying Charcoal Mud Mask.
Check back soon for more The Bachelor puns!