Friday, April 3, 2009

PINK SATURDAY & IT"S GRILLIN' TIME!

Today is a double-decker post!

For starters 
we have our 

I was looking 
at the 
televisions
online 
everybody's favorite 
department store,
and stumbled upon this!
I went aha!
You know what this is perfect for...
Pink Saturday!



Actually, this would be pretty darn cute in my bedroom...

Which brings us to 
the second half of today's post.

Jacob prepared this 
delicious meal
for a his foods class.


He started by preparing his potatoes in tin-foil packets.
He buttered the foil so the potatoes 
would not stick.
He sliced them thin
S & P 'd them
added a pat or two of butter
and garlic powder and onion powder.
He sealed the packets 
and placed them on about a 350 degree grill
for about 30 minutes.


The pork tenderloin chops 
were seasoned with 
S & P, garlic powder
&
smoked paprika.
He placed them on the grill
in the indirect heat on the top grate
for about 20 minutes.
Or until the meat is cooked to  about 165 degrees.
They turn out so moist and tender!


Needless to say
Jacob received an "A"
on this project,
and if I have to say so myself
it was delicious!

Please visit 
Stacy
@
for more 
Grillin'  Time
recipes.

Robyn

34 comments:

Happy To Be said...

Oh girl how proud you must be of this young man..I think this is just super that he can cook and it all looks wonderful..give yourself a BIG pat on the back for a job well done Jacob..May you have a blessed weekend Robyn...hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

Diane@A Picture is Worth.... said...

Hi Robyn,
The food looks delicious! We haven't grilled out in awhile!

Happy Pink Saturday to you!

Deb said...

oooo sounds good! love the little target doggies

Kris said...

Happy PS,

It all looks and sounds yummy, is he for hire? I love grilling!!

Have a happy day

Kris

Linda said...

Happy Pink Saturday! Jacob can come and cook for me anytime...yummy!!

Linda

Chandy said...

Love the food! Great job on that class project! I think I will try those potatoes. And that pink monitor, what a hoot!

Chari said...

Hello Robyn & Happy Pink Saturday!

Ohh my...a pink computer...so sweet!

Girl, your Jacob grilled up a delicious looking meal! I'm always impressed when young people like to cook...you've got to be a very proud mama!!! Tell Jacob that I said his grilled pork tendrloin and potatoes definitely earned an A+ from me too!

Hope your Saturday is filled with pretty pink pleasures!
Chari

Stacey said...

Looks delicious! Way to go Jacob. It's great that he's learning how to cook and grill. :)

Thank you for sharing a recipe. We love pork loin chops and will definitely try them...and the potatoes. No oven...woo hoo!

bj said...

Ummm..sounds so good...

dana said...

OMG!!! That meal looks and sounds wonderful!! At that age, my kids were still struggling with PBJ sandwiches!

Love that pink TV--I think it would look great in my office! :)

When you are at Costco, be sure to ask about their "loaner" glasses! :)

Have a great Pink Saturday! Dana

Theresa @ Take A Sentimental Journey said...

Look out Emeril here comes Jacob ! I wish I had a cute cook like him ! He did a wonderful job, looks yummy.

Raggedy Girl said...

What a wonderful "A" list boy. That is really awesome that he is doing such a neat thing and his Table Scape is really pretty.

Have A Spectacular Saturday
From Roberta Anne
"The Raggedy Girl"

Marilyn said...

Jacob is adorable and his meal looks scrumptious! Love your blog.

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Will you send him over to grill for me, Robyn??? Yea for Jacob! Looks delicious!

XO,

Sheila :-)

Smilingsal said...

I'm glad he made the A. Thanks for sharing. Happy Pink Saturday.

Mimi said...

Pink Saturday is one of those times that I indulge myself and my ♥ of the color pink. Today your blog helped to fill my pink-a-licious desire. Thanks so much!

salmagundi said...

Looks like Jacob is accomplished enough to have dinner on the table for you when you get home from work! Great idea to teach kids to cook - the sooner the better!!! Sally

g said...

What a great project. I love it when boys learn to cook!! My son used to be a picky eater, but learning how to cook made him more adventurous with his diet!

You must be very proud of Jacob, and rightly so!!

Happy Pink Saturday!

someplace in thyme said...

Yum, that looks good and look at the chef!!! WOW he looks like he can cook, that's a keeper for sure, Happy Pink Saturday, Char

G. Bloom said...

Happy Pink Saturday! Yummy Yummy! I think I will grill tonight and try those yummy potatoes!
Gina

Susie Q said...

A pretty table, delicious food and a handsome and talented young man to boot!
The potatoes look so good!

Have a sweet weekend!!

Love,
Sue

Jenny S said...

Love the pink TV but the grilling boy was even better!! Happy PInk Saturday!

Dragon said...

From what I can tell, Jacob should get an A+. :)

Seams to Sew and Quilt said...

Oh that sounds good, I'm ready for some grillin..... Loved visiting your blog.
Vera

tardevil said...

I feel so blonde. I've never thought about slicing the potatoes & grilling them in foil. We'll have to try that. He looks so young to have cooked a entire meal, but it looks better than some of the ones I make! LOL!

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Hi Robyn

Jacob is a great cook and deserves the A! My son enjoys cooking too.

I can't wait till the weather gets warmer and I can grill outside again.

Pretty pink TV! I love Target

Hugs, Pat

Chloe Patricia said...

Robyn, thank you for visiting my blog earlier. A pink TV is pretty but I love these dogs, too. You must be very proud of your son. He is great. Chloe Patricia

Claudia said...

Love the pink TV! Happy Pink Saturday! How nice to have that meal prepared for you!

Es said...

Happy (belated) Pink Saturday!

XX Es XX

Room Service ~ Decorating 101 said...

Where do you get a kid like that? I need a couple at least... Thanks for coming by today and tell J, that his dinner looked yummy!

Terrie's Lil' Piece of Serenity said...

Yum! I can't wait to get the grill out. I do not grill during the winter. So, I am ready!

Lynne (lynnesgiftsfromtheheart) said...

I love the pink T.V.It looks fun and happy..Robyn.. I could sure use Jacob and all of his cooking skills around here..his meal looked delicious..great job Jacob...hugs ~lynne~

Shelia said...

Oh, Robyn, what a wonderful son you have! He's starting early! Maybe he'll become a famous chef! You could go along for the cookbook signing! :)
Be a sweetie and I loved those cute little puppies!
Shelia ;)

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Chef Jacob can come visit me any time! That looked delicious! Keep up the good cooking Jacob. laurie