Saturday, February 21, 2009

Grandmother/ Granddaughter Cooking

I saw a very sweet thing at Barnes and Noble the other day. I saw a grandmother with her daughter leafing through children's cook books looking for just the right one to give to her granddaughter as a gift for teaching her how to cook.

It occurred to me that it could be an especially memorable and special gift if upon presentation, the grandmother told her granddaughter that she could pick out any recipe in the book, and they would do it together. A mother could do this for a daughter too!


MaryAnne said...

I just got my daughter the book "Pretend Soup and Other Real Recipes" for her birthday - it's a book that's designed for preschoolers to cook, and I'm really looking forward to making some of the recipes with her!

Jill said...

Heartwarming :)

We often refer to Betty Crocker's Boys and Girls Cookbook to pick something out to bake!

I luv the pic you picked out to accompany this post :)