Twelve Days of Summer with My Twelve-Year-Old: DAY TEN

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3 Responses

  1. kmkat says:

    Food IS love, you big silly!

  2. jenny_o says:

    How great is that? … both the fact that a cooking class was available to meet your son’s interests and talents, and the fact that you got to enjoy all those goodies courtesy of your boy! He does seem to have a chef’s sensibilities and heart …

  3. Deborah says:

    My firstborn was nearly two months old before I put two and two together and realised that he cried a lot because he was hungry! And like Paco, his need for food has never taken a back seat to anything although I have to say that he was perfectly happy with the simple, everyday stuff that was the basis of my culinary offerings. He plans his days around when and what he can eat, and I find myself taking food to the airport when I pick him up from a trip, knowing he won’t have had enough to eat on the plane. (At 7ft and 7% body fat, he can afford to indulge…)

    Paco’s interest in cooking is perfect, and in this age of Top Chefs and culinary wannabes, the world is, well, his oyster. Or his tarte aux fruits! And yeah, I sympathise with your (slight) frustration at dealing with buttheadedness, although this is an excellent quality and will make him a standout from the crowd.

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