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Cookery demonstration

Postby octocruiser » 24 Oct 2015 18:19

We went to see our lovey grandson this afternoon and he showed us this video which he was just editing to post on YouTube

He is very talented musically and is also gaining a lot of confidence in creative cookery. He sometimes asks to come over for a cookery masterclass from me which is a great compliment, but sadly I have forgotten many of my cooking skills and he usually becomes the tutor and I the student. :roll: :lol:

Here he has his little 5 - yr- old step-sister as his assistant .

I thought it looked very yummy. What do you think ?


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Postby Borneo » 24 Oct 2015 18:27

It looks yummy, I can taste it from here. Good bit of u tube. That's added on other string to his talented bow .
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Postby octocruiser » 24 Oct 2015 18:38

Borneo wrote:It looks yummy, I can taste it from here. Good bit of u tube. That's added on other string to his talented bow .
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Thanks, Julia. He is one of those kids who went to Uni and did an 'obscure ' degree, not necessarily guaranteed to get him a job.

But I think it has been worth every minute and every penny because it has helped him develop skills he was shy of saying he wanted to follow.

Just to see how his confidence and personality and his tastes and interactions with people have blossomed has made me very happy.

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Postby Borneo » 24 Oct 2015 19:39

Know what you mean Kath. My grandson since starting his aprentiship and working has changed so much, for the better. He has more confidence, and can exspress himself better than I ever imagined. Feel so proud of him. Love him to death. He visits us more regularly than his mom!
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Postby octocruiser » 24 Oct 2015 19:53

Borneo wrote:Know what you mean Kath. My grandson since starting his aprentiship and working has changed so much, for the better. He has more confidence, and can exspress himself better than I ever imagined. Feel so proud of him. Love him to death. He visits us more regularly than his mom!
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Yes, it really doesn't matter what they do in life as long as they get the chance to develop as a person and feel confident in themselves. It's also lovely when they keep in touch and don't grow away from you.
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Postby tomvet » 24 Oct 2015 20:56

:think:

Next Meet Your Mates over at yours then! It will be an excuse him to visit you again! :D

When are you sending out the 'Save the Date'? :D

Seriously! A young man that any Grandma should be proud of!
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Postby JollyJill » 24 Oct 2015 22:12

Having just watched that Kath, I fancy a curry. :mrgreen:

What a lovely young man with a very articulate 5 year old assistant. You must be a very proud Grandmother. :)
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Postby octocruiser » 25 Oct 2015 08:01

JollyJill wrote:Having just watched that Kath, I fancy a curry. :mrgreen:

What a lovely young man with a very articulate 5 year old assistant. You must be a very proud Grandmother. :)



Yes, Jill I am proud. Not only did he create the dish, he filmed and edited the video, which looks quite professional to me - of course L would say that, wouldn't I . ;) :lol:

I've got 9 grandchildren , all different but I love them all to bits.

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Postby Hannah » 25 Oct 2015 10:22

Very good. Looks delicious. What a shame we couldn't enjoy smelling it to!
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Postby adogap » 25 Oct 2015 12:09

Looks scrumptious Kath! I'll try this next time I'm cooking for my vegetarian chums. Your grandchildren are just great!

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