22Mar

CJ’s Cooking…

Last Saturday, CJ prepared a dinner for us…he asks me many many times, million times if he can cook but I usually say no because I am scared he might get hurt or something, I let him helped sometimes with opening canned ingredients, and alike!

But a year ago, he had a Cooking Class in his school and even got an award for Excellence and Outstanding Performance in Junior Master Chef from Teacher Karen in Footprints School in Phnom Penh, Cambodia…

Anyway, to make the story short since it will be an easy meal, I finally give in and let him prepared a Spaghetti with Tomato Sauce for us.  Here’s CJ with a big smile while cooking…

He did all the boiling of noodles and cooking the prepared sauce to grating a cheese on top of each plate! I just checked if the noodles is really cooked already. And here’s a plate of his yummy and al dente spaghetti…

Then we had brownies from Goldilocks for the dessert, 3 of us got Classic Brownies while K got Coffee Brownies…

…its yummy, nice to have a taste of it every now and then! We are just lucky now to be near a Goldilocks store!

And back to CJ’s Spaghetti with Tomato Sauce, well, its really delicious…I’m happy he did well and at the same time, he had fun cooking! He is proud of what he done and prepared for us, we are all impressed and give him a hug after! Oh, after dinner, I asks him to washed the dishes but he said: “Chef don’t wash dishes, its not his  job anymore.” Hahaha…so, its my turn again! But thank you CJ for taking over and giving me some rest…we love you!

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Linking with Color Connection, Red Hot Thursday and Thursday Brownies…

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  1. Awwwww ang bait naman ni CJ. My daughter is six and son is five but I always let them help me cook. Daughter can prepare simple breakfast already for us. Thanks for joining Color Connection sistah,.

  2. My daughter likes to bake and she’s four. Messy but I let her help:)

    Visiting for color connection- hope you can stop by:)

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  3. Visiting again for Thursday Brownies- hope you cans top by:)

  4. that cake looks delish :-) makes me hungry too :-) Visiting from Thursday Brownies, hope that you can return a visit too.

  5. Good job! It’s good to know na may mga batang ganyan ang edad e interesado na sa pagluluto.

    Visiting from color connection
    Pyromusical Competition

  6. A great cook. My son is also doing a cooking course.

  7. good job for the lad. i wished my kids would be as eager like him to try cooking. they all wanted to eat and never bothered to learn how to cook:)

  8. Hi Che! I see you’re raising a chef in him ah ;) And I agree, chefs don’t wash dishes nga naman. Hehe! Good job, CJ. Sulit ang cooking class nya :)

    Here for CC.

  9. …at bumalik ako dito para humingi ng brownies!

    Happy Thursday Brownies :)

  10. Wow :) You have chef in the house :) Thanks for the visit.

  11. Back for a TB visit :) Thanks for dropping by :)

  12. awww, isn’t that sweet! natawa ako when he said that “Chef’s don’t wash dishes…” lol. :D

    thanks for the visit, sis. sensya na sa late return visit…been busier than the usual the past week. ;)

  13. How old is he? It’s really heart warming and amazing when kids this young show interest in cooking. And to think he’s a boy pa. Most boys his age will prefer to do something else. And oh, I miss those Goldilocks brownies. I haven’t tried the coffee brownies yet. Are they good?

    Visiting for TB. Thanks for the visit.

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