"Mama," my ten-year-old daughter said. "Can you teach my friend and me how to make chicken soup?"
They already had the celery, carrots, and cutting board out.
"Uh, okay." I wasn't quite sure what inspired chicken soup, but since it was a healthy dish, I thought I'd educate them on the process. I told them what to do and supervised them as they did it.
A short while later, a delicious pot of soup simmered on the stove.
Not wanting to be outdone, my seven-year-old son got in on the act. "I'm going to make something, too!"
He rummaged around and found an assortment of things. "Ta-dah!" he said as he showed me his creation. On the plate was a Samoa girl scout cookie, three ice cubes, and two dog biscuits.
What a genious. A meal fit for a king (and his best friend - a dog named Schultz)!
Good thing you added that last bit, not sure dog bones would be fit for a king..hahahaReplyDelete
LOL. Yeah, ice cubes and dog treats are just up Schultz's alley.Delete
So cute! I love chicken soup, and I bet Schultz loved his meal!ReplyDelete
He did. He wolfed it right down.Delete
That's really cute!ReplyDelete
Nothing like kids in the kitchen!Delete
Kitchen time is something I've been looking forward to with my girl, but I'm afraid that it will be too much like chores. I have fun with it though(not as much as her mom), o I'm sure that that will rub off.ReplyDelete
Clean-up can be tough, but my kids are getting better at helping.Delete