It is Thursday, and I want to wish everyone a wonderfully blessed day. Cooking is my curse; I love to cook. But, when I get into that zone, I could cook for hours. This morning, I got off work and decided to prepare an island-style vegan brunch for my family, which is precisely what I did. Also, I decided to share it with you on today’s post, so please forgive the late posting. Fresh is just best.
For the past week, I have been feeling for several things and today was the day to bring it to life; instead of going out to Why not cook it at home, right. I have time, and I was not feeling that exhausted after a night’s shift at work. I was primarily motivated because I know the kids would enjoy it, and since four (4) years old niece is here with us for the summer, I wanted to create a home away from home vibe for here. I know that she would appreciate something familiar to that which she eats at home.
I started preparing brunch around 11:00 am, and of course, the kids were right there in the kitchen helping out and learning to cook as well. Please do not be afraid to have children in the kitchen learning how to cook early. As long as safety measures are in place, go right ahead. Life is unpredictable; we want to prepare them to care for themselves in every way. They had a blast, my son juiced the carrots, and my daughter made the fried plantains and breadfruit. Before we knew it, brunch was ready, and we all dug in. They were so thankful for the Island vibe experience. They expressed how great the food tasted. My four-year-old son, a little charmer, tells me I am a great cook. Hey, I accepted the compliment. I like to think the saying is true that it is usually true if it comes from a kid.
I am sure you are curious to see what was prepared by now, so let’s hop right on in.
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