I wanted to have dinner on the table by 6:00 p.m. That should’ve been doable since I began removing the items from the fridge at 5:20. And the recipe Ari (That’s right! He has taken to helping me with my grocery lists for the past two weeks.) selected would only take 30 minutes to prepare.
Ari was hanging around me in the kitchen as I removed the items from the fridge.
when I asked him if he’d like to help, he declared yes with enthusiasm.
I moved the helper tower from the dining room to the kitchen, handed Ari an apron, and relocated my cutting board to the island so we could get to work — together.
Ari kept squealing with delight, “I’m helping! I’m helping make dinner!” every time he placed an item in the bowl.
I wanted to have dinner on the table by 6:00 p.m. Dinner was served 15 minutes later than expected, but it was worth the late start.
Click here for the recipe.