Note: Before I posted this, I called my middle daughter and asked if she would be offended by the rating scale I'm proposing. She laughed and said she had actually been wondering "...just how easy..." the last recipe really was. So she approved my new rating system -- and this post.
With that said, I've decided I need to give the recipes I try a rating. Since my cooking skills are lacking, I like easy recipes.
My rating system will note the ease of the recipe by using pictures:
This is Jaysa:
The only one I know with cooking skills worse than mine is my middle daughter Jaysa.
As I've written before, Jaysa actually burned "Cup of Noodles" in the microwave (yes, she was about 9, but still) because she skipped the only step of adding water to the cup before microwaving!
According to her husband she hasn't improved much since then, so he does all the cooking.
A "One Jaysa" will indicate Jaysa could successfully cook it.
A "Two Jaysa" will indicate she might be able to successfully cook it.
A "Three Jaysa" will indicate there's a high probably she could not cook it.
A "Four Jaysa" will indicate there's no possible way she could pull this recipe off!
The recipe for Easy Banana Bread in the previous post is a One Jaysa.
So... if you have a 9-year-old and three ripe bananas... let him or her have at that stove tonight!
Everyone excels in their own area of expertise. Besides being a great mother to Little Ben, Jaysa is highly technically skilled.
I'm sure she is shocked that I was able to use PicMonkey to do a collage.
I guarantee no computers were injured making this post!