I have to say that almost as much fun as eating their food was watching them cooking together in the kitchen- the horseplay, giggling, teasing, (loud music and dancing). But also the teamwork, Molly working independently and Bridget knowing when to help out without being controlling (like frying the fritters in hot oil!) And the pride that they had it what they achieved, both individually and together!
So, for all moms (and foodies) out there, you know the pleasure I took in this meal and the consideration that it showed by my daughters. And for young people who are still living at home (or even young adults living near home), consider what it would mean to your parents to come home and see that their children took the time to make a meal for the family (even if that was just homemade tuna salad!) by playing with food!