Those two can COOK!

First a little recap of yesterday...
We got to eat breakfast with this very cute couple.

Then they were off to see the movies with Brock and Elora.

Erin was marathon shopping with her Mom so we got to watch
sweet little Camers.

After a shopping experience at Trader Joes,
Karen and Tyler came home to make us dinner.
And what a dinner it was.
These pictures don't do the meal justice.
Listen to this: Talipia baked in macadamia nuts, Pina Colada rice, steamed broccoli and carrots with garlic and onion, and rolls. Loved it!! I will have leftovers for lunch.
Then they were off to play games at first Brock and Erin's home,
and then on to Amy and Logan's.

I will be so sad when they fly back to Provo tomorrow!
Thankfully that will not happen until after we get to take them to church with us in the morning.


Anonymous said…
You guys are having way too much fun. I wish I could have been there to help watch Cami and to help eat the dinner. It sounded so good. Next time Tyler and Karen are in town, they can come and visit us.
grandmapeg said…
So...who is the mastermind of the menu? It sounds like it might be Karen. The food sounds great and they look like they enjoy one another's company...big time! I'll bet Cami had fun with you and Dennis. Enjoy your fun weekend.
Grandma Honey said…
Actually Tyler got these recipes from the cooking class he has been taking this semester. He often shares with Karen what he makes as he hands off food to her on campus between classes. However, in the kitchen here she seemed to be the ring leader. I love the skills she has acquired from her catering job. I heard her talking about cross kind of girl.
Kris said…
Sounds like everything is going great! Such fun pictures to see!
Rebecca said…
Wow this looks wonderful. Do they share recipes?
The Gage Cage said…
Looks YUMMY! Sounds like you have been having a great time! Logan handled the fire at the smith's perfectly. Very cute! Karen seems like a total doll! You taught your boys well!
Anonymous said…
Sounds like all the good meals weren't served only on the cruise. This sounds "cruise worthy." We're voting a yes for Karen and we haven't even met her yet. Love, Dad and Susan
Richard said…
BYU catering has seriously upgraded their personnel and menus over the past many years! I had Thanksgiving one year at the ELWC as an LTM missionary and it didn't look anything like what you served.