My oldest made quiche for dinner this week.
So another item on her "Stuff to learn to cook" before leaving for college list is marked through.
Quiche proved interesting, since I don't actually have an exact recipe, and I hadn't realized how much I adapt recipes to ingredients and amounts.
I stretched her by giving everything to her just as I think about it, in approximate amounts. Even cooking time was an estimate.
This entire exercise is proving rewarding for the whole family.
Her younger sisters express interest and respect and delight and appreciation over what she will make, is making, has made.
And her dad, too, is encouraging her.
And, of course, as I said before, I like having the night off from the kitchen!