As I’ve mentioned before, multigenerational living comes with a lot of perks.
Crafting and cooking are always at the top of our list.
This is the lime-infused coconut pound cake Rashanah mentioned in the interview. No calories at all – ok, there are, but who’s counting?
The recipe for this cake can be found in:
My mother-in-law made flan the other night and in my opinion, she makes the BEST flan I’ve ever tasted. She added some fresh peaches to it – since peaches are in season.
Hubby made some marinated chicken kabobs the other weekend and we all devoured them. He marinated the chicken in fresh lemon juice and prime-rib rub from the Savory Spice Shop.
Everyone in our multigenerational household has a “couture” apron – designed and sewn by my mother-in-law.
Here I am, in my apron (sans pearls), making sugar cookies for girls’ night out. I used a cookie cutter shaped like a martini glass.
My 11-year-old, the aspiring pastry chef, was in the kitchen baking up something delectable. She has a matching head scarf to go with her apron.
My mother-in-law wanted a new t-shirt and so she whipped one up for herself. She also made the beads for her necklace.