I HEART BACON
Wednesday, June 15th, 2005

Dads who cook

The Seattle Times has a write up in today’s paper about fathers and cooking. I submitted a blurb and a recipe for my dad’s jook. The blurb was printed but it doesn’t look like the recipe made the cut (it’s not exactly a summer-time recipe).

http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/foodwine/2002335619_dad15.html

My dad’s jook recipe:
http://www.iheartbacon.com/recipes/recipe.php?recID=105

Happy Father’s Day, Dad!!


8 Responses to “Dads who cook”

  1. kevin says:

    Megan,

    My family has similar arguments over who gets any bird carcasses from family meals. Smoked turkey is a favorite for lentil soup.

    http://seriouslygood.kdweeks.com/2003/11/leftover-turkey.html

    Kevin

  2. Cool, Megan! I just did a quick scan of this article this morning and missed your name – dang it! Too bad they didn’t reference iheartbacon… but I guess that wasn’t the point. :-)

    ~ B

  3. megwoo says:

    Kevin, Your lentil soup sounds amazing. I love lentil soup, but I’ve never made it before! I’m going to have to try out your recipe—maybe with a smoked ham hock. YUM!

  4. megwoo says:

    Thanks Brenda! It’s kinda fun to see your name in print ;-)

  5. kevin says:

    Megan,

    “I’m going to have to try out your recipe—maybe with a smoked ham hock. YUM!”

    Smoked ham hock is good, but if you can get a smoked turkey leg or some wings (my grocery sometimes sells them) the turkey is really better.

    Kevin

  6. Congrats Meg! Name in newsprint ~ yay!

    And Dad must be quietly pleased too =)

  7. megwoo says:

    Kevin, okay, I’m going to try and locate a smoked turkey leg…

  8. megwoo says:

    Thanks Augustus! Yes, Dad was happy as well!

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