Last week's Turkish Delight activity was a big hit in our house. Did you make some too? Not only did I get some great help mixing and stirring,
they had a lot of enthusiasm at the end as we prepared to put in the food coloring and flavor.
Side note: that picture looks remarkably like the first time we made Turkish Delight, except for how much my kids have grown over the past year!
Here is a look at our finished product! We made lemon again, at the request of my daughter. I really want to try almond next though.
The texture was completely spot on this time. Practice makes perfect!
Now, on to this week's preschool book club activity.
We are having dinner with the Beavers, and on the menu: pan-fried fish, potatoes with butter, milk, and a marmalade roll and tea for dessert. We'll likely round our meal out with a veggie side and some fresh baked bread.
The chapters with the Beavers take up a good portion of the middle of this story, so if you are right on schedule reading along with us, you probably have gotten to this part recently! The description of the food for this meal is rich and flavorful. As an adult it made me hungry reading it, and I know my daughter will love the chance to "act out" something from the book. I'm also looking forward to the discussion over dinner; we'll probably grab the book and look back at the pictures of this dinner and talk about the plot twists of Aslan's introduction, Edmund's betrayal, and the big question of 'what do you think will happen next?'.
I hope you'll join us for a warm and homey fish dinner this week. I'm planning to make a marmalade roll using this recipe from the Pioneer Woman.