Today was Christmas cookie baking day. Fortunately, that wasn't a disaster. Here's what was the disaster:
As I worked on creating cookies, my daughter decided to do a little cooking of her own. She pulled out the blender, some yogurt and an assortment of vegetables. "Mommy don't look," she said.
I knew that was going to be trouble. She filled up the blender, pressed the grind button, and concocted something green. "Here mommy, drink this."
I looked at it. "This is going to kill me," I said sniffing it. I took a sip. Yuck! "What is this stuff?"
"Spinach, carrots, ice, and vanilla yogurt."
Note to self - don't mix those ingredients!
Next creation: Honey bread. My daughter got some wheat bread, rolled it in a little ball and coated it with honey and parmesan cheese. Then she nuked it in the microwave, twice, for 40 seconds. "Here Mom, eat this," she said handing me a rock-hard ball on a plate.
"Are you serious?"
I took a little piece off. "Yuck!' I exclaimed. "This is awful!"
"Here," I said handing her a package of chocolate molten lava cake. "Make this."
She mixed and poured and did pretty well until she knocked the filled muffin pans on the floor.
"Ugh!" she cried looking at the chocolate lava which was now spread across the floor.
It definitely was not a good cooking day for her!