Monday, August 13, 2007

Cooking together

Princess and I love to cook together. We have been very busy in the kitchen lately
with our garden bursting at the seams and the weather taking a turn for a bit of coolness.
We had a lovely afternoon today making a bruschetta pizza with goat cheese.
We used a variety of heirloom tomatoes that Farmer Dad grows in our garden
some were green,some yellow,some red,some purple...all were delicious!
We enjoyed a taste test on crackers while the pizza cooked
and it was terrific.I was doubtful that Princess would eat it, but she loved it!
Here are some pictures.....

14 comments:

Daphne said...

Holy cow I want to eat your pizza. It looks scrumptous.

Kate in NJ said...

Thanks Daphne! It was good..of course it's all gone now,lol.

Mariposa said...

That looks yummy!

Kate in NJ said...

Thanks M! We had a lot of fun too, P loves making and eating pizza!

Fun Mommy of 2 said...

As Zachary would say Yum-oh, delish!! Definitely my kind of pizza.

Lifeschooling with O said...

That does look delicious,what a fun activity!

Jenny said...

Your pizza looks wonderful! I can't wait to start cooking with CJ- I think she'll really enjoy it. And could you please some of the cooler weather to Oklahoma?! ;o)

Angela, MotherCrone said...

Slurp...excuse me. My mouth is watering profusely! Delish! What a great way to spend a day together. Just wait until she is older and cooking can become fraction practice!

Mrs. Darling said...

Looks like a lovely day in the kitchen. It's fun to teach our kids to cook, isnt it?

Brit said...

Looks VERY good! Riley and P would have a blast together in the kitchen =)

Patience said...

Oh my, that pizza makes me hungry! We had the same princess plate :-)

Kate in NJ said...

Thanks Gals. It was so nice to hear from all of you!
Angela- we do a bit of that when we cut..."this is in half...blah,blah"
she usually gives me that "quit homeschooling me to death" look,lol.
;-)

Lisa said...

That looks so yummy. I'm getting hungry! Could you email me a slice please :)

Cher Mere said...

Making pizza is so much fun. I would love to have a garden like yours. I think when we buy our house we will definitely do that. Princess seems to really love it.

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