Cooking with DeAngelo: Beans and pistachios

“Dad, you’re making beans!”

He watches as Patrick pours the bag of pintos into the crock pot.

“You don’t have to peel them?” DeAngelo asks.

Silence. Patrick and I exchange glances. Our son is 18, and has eaten beans all his life.

“I thought they were like pistachios…”

Silence. Patrick and I exchange worried glances.

“Wait. Are pistachios beans?”

Patrick and I break out in giggles. How will DeAngelo wrap this up, we wonder.

“Nevermind!” DeAngelo says, waving his hands in the air…

He is so cute!! And this will be a great memory to bring up years from now! Heh-heh!

Peace, love, and glitter!
Kathy 🙂

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Love & light,


2 Responses

  1. That’s classic! My nephew used to throw a fit if you offered him beans, but would always ask his mom for the “tiny papas.” In his eyes, cooked pinto beans looked like mini-potatoes so that’s what he called them. Ah, the memories!

  2. Cathy that is priceless! Reminds me of when my youngest daughter was born very shortly after her sister was born. My 4 year old nephew gazed at new baby Mae and said, “too bad we have to throw Christabel away, I’m going to miss her.”

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