(Kosher) Parenting Tip #1 and #2

Simon

Simon

Now that I’ve got your attention with this post title, here we go… Parenting tip #1, actually parenting toddler tip#1, well actually parenting toddler/ dad tip#1, no wait, Dad who has a toddler boy tip#1- When going into a public mens room and  should you give your toddler the option to use the toilet or the urinal, be alert. The other night when I gave Simon that choice he shouted “URINAL!”  bolted for it, and stuck his hands right in. I wasn’t quick ,my scream of NO was in slow motion and I looked on in horror as Simon held up the splatter screen in his hands. My advice to dads is this, when giving a toddler a choice, be prepared to move fast.

huli huli

huli huli

I love the word kosher. It means it alright, no worry and it’s all good. I love the word (words) huli- huli. It means spin spin in Hawaiian. It means Kauai is only 5 months away. Last night I made huli- huli chicken. In other words chicken on a spit. I use a dry rub of Kosher salt, light brown sugar and whatever spices that are in the spice cabinet. Give it a good rub down with the mixture, stick it on the spit, turn on the barbeque, throw some wet oak bark on the flames and let it huli- huli. No worries- it’s all good.

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One Response to (Kosher) Parenting Tip #1 and #2

  1. Wendy says:

    I am a big fan of oak, especially for beef. I like applewood a lot for chicken because it makes it taste like bacon…and bacon makes everything better!!!

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