From Catherine Jarvis:
|"You mean I don't have to do it with a fork?"|
First, Mary is incredible at doing just about anything using any utensils.
If the world ends I want to be near Mary cuz she'll find a way to survive and get it done with any available utensil.
Remember Christmas Eve and the salad spinner for which she couldn't find a lid?
So she spun it with her finger? We even did a video so watchers can see that everyone has the power to make utensils work if you can only find only one-half of them.
|"We should be on a cooking show called Creative Utensils101!"|
Well Christmas Day she skimmed mild scum off hot chocolate using a fork and today here we are today getting the bones out of the chicken stock.
I was pulling out bones using a pasta spoon so she offered a more practical solution--my measuring cup and a sieve.
Not to be outdone.
I found a bigger and better utensil.
Using the most basics of utensils she made the most fabulous Christmas dinner ever.
Trust me, I've eating 47 years of Christmas dinners and this one will be one to remember.
I'm inviting her every year.
I told her it was beautifully beaded but very heavy.
Not one I can use right now for fear of it being destroyed by the kids.
Mary said, sure but I'm not sure it will fit.
I replied, Mary it's a tree skirt.
So here she is in her Christmas skirt.