During our Thanksgiving stay at the guest house, we had a lot of time to bake with the boys and have a sit down meal. We always asked what was the favorite part of the day and that led to a lot of laughter. It was fun doing it in two languages but we understood each other as any family does the bond of eating and laughing together. The boys always helped set the table and they always picked up their plates and took them to be washed. They are very polite. Before they eat they have a little song of thanks that they sing and it is recorded below. We made pumpkin pie, cookies, rice krispies, and a meal for another local orphanage and served it to them. We we able to bring into the country three heavenly hams and plenty of food for an entire orphanage and had fun serving them. Needless to say we all had a great time. Here are some pictures and videos.
This last picture is of "rhum raisin" ice cream that actually had a good taste.