He chose a cookie recipe that was easy enough for him to do which was a thumbprint cookies. I have a strawberry-lemon marmalade and peach-cherry-almond conserve that I think are perfect for the cookies. We did it good today; he was grinning from ear to ear posing before his creation. Afterwards, we went bike riding to the park. This bike ride has become our form of exercise of the day that I want to keep it all summer long. I sometimes even add a 4-mile walk at the track, just like what I did today.
On my last post I wrote that I made strawberry pie, but sadly that pie didn't turn out as good as I thought. The filling was weeping out of the crust when I cut a slice. I was very disappointed. My feeling was perhaps I left the strawberries too long with the sugar and cornstarch and it became too juicy. I should have used ClearJel for the filling, oh well... From the outside, it had a promising look; the crust was tender and crumbly. But no matter how bad it looks in the inside, it was great eaten with homemade whipped cream. My son suggested buying Reddi-Whip while we're buying groceries, but I couldn't bear buying it since I knew whipping heavy cream wasn't hard to do!
Since I have some leftover crepes, they became my son's power breakfast this morning; crepes, strawberries, and whipped cream. Hmmmm...delish!