What immediately came to my mind was Jeff Foxworthy's "you might be a redneck" jokes.
Now I see all these shows on Food Network and sure enough those BBQ champions are all wearing those redneck potholders. And they probably are teaching their one year old's to play with fire, but in a good foodie kind of way, don't ya think?
Destructo Boy with a look that says "I got this s'mores thing down, man!" It's all in the gloves of course.
Sometimes we do a little indoor food fun too.
Didn't they used to tell kids "don't play with your food!" Well what fun was that!!??
We found a good way to use up leftover frosting from cake decorating class, turn the kids loose with a batch of sugar cookies.
I went on a sugar cookie binge last year in search of the best sugar cookie recipe ever. This blue ribbon winning sugar cookie recipe is my all time favorite so far.
My secrets to a perfect sugar cookie:
They have to be frosted with a good buttercream frosting that sets up just a little hard on top.
I love frosted sugar cookies so much. And the milk in the frosting is the secret to keeping these soft and just a little moist.
I also make sure to get them out of the oven when they are just set and don't let them start to brown. Let them set up on the pan for a few minutes before removing to the cooling rack.
If they are browning too quickly turn your oven down to 325 degrees.