Tuesday, May 26, 2009

She's Growing Up




Once upon a time, a young teen-ager called her grandma to ask for

the recipe of that delicious pudding.

Grandma obliged by emailing the recipe,

and the teen-ager made the Chocolate-Banana Trifle

for her mom, dad, and brothers.


It was a special Memorial Day treat, and

it turned out so well that the teen-ager was only slightly bothered by the

fact that her mother took a picture of the teen-ager with
"undone" hair.

15 comments:

Mary Ellen said...

Teenagers who cook??? LOVE LOVE LOVE them!!!!

Mental P Mama said...

Love it! And I would like the recipe. Thanks;)

Lucy and Ethel said...

Oh, yum. Do you deliver???

Lookin' for a big spoon....

Lucy

Sue said...

She still looks pretty good without her hair done! It could have been worse, you could have made her wear a hair net! Very impressive dessert!

Decadent Housewife said...

We want the recipe.

Cairo Typ0 said...

Can i lick the bowl? That looks tasty!! Yum!!

ladyfi said...

That looks delicious! mmmmmmmmmmm

Living on the Spit said...

Okay...recipe please?

I know about that hair thing...they go and make sure they are photo ready, "just in case".

claudia said...

Would she like to give lessons to other teens or even some twenties??? I would love her to come and help my daughters learn the importance of well, making a yummy dessert. (and maybe other things)
What a wonderful thing to do for the family!

Noe Noe Girl...A Queen of all Trades. said...

It looks wonderful! What a sweetie!

Julie said...

okay you didn't just show that and not post the recipe. Please post. And that is awesome she made that!

Betty said...

And I bet it tasted much better than anyone else´s, ´cause she made it, right? :)
Recipe please!

Ashley said...

Yumm!!!! Can she come cook at my house? Haha!

A Lawyer Mom's Musings said...

Right. Recipe please! Anything with 'nilla wafers that doesn't include bananas has me on the edge of my seat.

Jeannelle said...

Mmm....this trifle looks more than a trifle yummy! Tell her to keep up the cooking!