Friday, April 17, 2009

DS Cooks Grilled T-Bone Steaks

My son is 11 and I'm very happy that he has enjoyed his FACS class at school. FACS (Family and Consumer Science) is modern vernacular for what I used to know as Home Economics. Anyway, in his class he has been learning about food and nutrition and they were assigned to make dinner for their families and report back about it. Well, I'm delighted to see that DS is picking up some of my love for grilling. We planned out a meal consisting of grilled T-bone steak (medium rare), grilled sweet potato, grilled potato wedges, grilled onions and grilled asparagus. He made a terrific meal (with only a little bit of help).

He learned the wonderful joys of cutting onions!

In addition to the grilled foods mentioned above DS wanted to make a special appetizer. I think it was quite creative, myself.

The veggies came out GREAT.

And the steaks! Yummy.

I think I'll let him cook more often.


SusanQ said...

I congratulate your son on his imaginative appetizer and his grilled steak looks wonderful! The acorn doesn't fall far from the tree :)

Marsha said...

What a great job your son did! A great beginning to starting a lifelong love of cooking I hope.

Astra Libris said...

How awesome that your son likes cooking! Bravo to you for passing on a beautiful legacy of cooking together in the kitchen!

Y'all created a marvelous feast, too...

Ginger said...

I love the picture of your son cutting onions!! Our school system got rid of Home Economics a long time ago. I just think it is aweful. The dinner looks incredible. Great job and thanks for sharing.

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