My Smudge Proof Kitchen Makes Entertaining Easy #testdrivemoms

Smudge Proof Kitchen
I’m the kind of person where my mood reflects my surroundings. If I’m surrounded by a mess, I’m not in the best mood (that’s putting it very politely, just ask my husband). Thankfully I have a Smudge Proof Kitchen and maintaining a clean workspace in my kitchen is a breeze.

This past Saturday I planned a little BBQ. When it was originally planned, the forecast seemed promising. All day the clouds were threatening and it raining a little bit here and there. When it came down to dinner, it started to pour. It wasn’t a little sprinkle either, it was so heavy that I was concerned about my skylights.

Not the best time for a BBQ.

My Smudge Proof Kitchen

Yes, I know – still no hardware. You’ll be happy to know that on Sunday I finally found cup pulls for the drawers but I’m still search for the cabinets.

So we moved dinner inside, and I was completely okay with that. I had a busy week; there were a lot of blog changes, blog posts, and a few other things in my Beachbody business I had to take care of which means that my house cleaning got put off. Before the BBQ, I did a quick tidy but I didn’t go all out on a full scale clean. There just wasn’t time.

Not time to clean? It's easy to have a Smudge Proof Kitchen
It’s not difficult to keep my kitchen clean, as long as the clutter is removed and dishes are in the dishwasher it looks clean. Just a quick wipe down on the counter-top and it sparkles, and I never have to polish my appliances. My Frigidaire Gallery French Door Fridge has Smudge Proof Technology, which is great when I have a toddler who loves to get in the freezer for frozen yogurt tubes! I never have to worry about finger prints.

Entertaining for a summer BBQ

In spite of the rain, we were able to enjoy a delicious BBQ dinner or bacon-wrapped sirloin, grilled asparagus and mixed potatoes (yellow potato, purple potato and sweet potato) to celebrate summer. We paired our meal with a wine from one of our favorite Okanagan wineries. It was a great way to kick off the summer.

Disclosure: I am part of the Frigidaire Canada Ambassador program with Mom Central Canada and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.

Comments

    • says

      Thank you Suzanne :) We BBQ all the time, I love it – it’s a great way to not heat up my kitchen (I don’t have AC and it gets hot in the summer).

    • says

      Thank you and I really like my fridge. I will be sad to put the house up for sale next year (although, I guess I could still take my fridge).

    • says

      Thank you so much Paula! Don’t hesitate to shoot me a message if you have any questions. I used to sell appliances so I have some knowledge on what’s good/bad.

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