So today I was watching Oprah and Jerry Seinfeld’s wife was on the show. By the way, Jerry’s wife is really cute. She has that cute homeroom mom personality.
Anyway, Jessica, Jerry’s wife, has come out with a book. Her book is a cookbook, and I love to cook. Her cookbook gives tips on sneaking vegetables into children’s typical foods, such as chicken nuggets, cake, cookies, pizza and mac-n-cheese. She sneaks the vegetables in the foods by first *pureeing the vegetables. By pureeing the vegetables, kids have no idea the vegetables are in their favorite foods. The whole time she was talking about pureeing I was thinking…what are you talking about! Finally, they showed her pureeing…looks super easy! I can do it. Jessica said she spends one night a week pureeing different types of vegetables, that way she has them prepared for the week. I CAN puree one night a week! Of course, Jessica does it while catching up with her multi-million dollar husband. I guess, I’ll puree while catching up with my kitchen wall. I guess that could be therapeutic .
After watching the show I felt a strong need to run out and purchase her book. And you know what, I might go out and buy it! I’ll have a puree party!
* Purée and (more rarely) mash are general terms for food, usually vegetables or legumes, that have been ground, pressed, and/or strained to the consistency of a soft paste or thick liquid.