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Sowsage

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Many of you know my oldest son Ryder loves to help me cook. Well he is getting to the age he can probably write his own threads. He has his own smoker, his own recipes, what you all think? Is there an age requirement here on the forum? He has shown a lot of intrest in doing more like this.
 
I totally agree! If he has that much interest, one never knows where it could take him. At the very least maybe teach us a thing or two!
 
I think that would be great! I would enjoy his post as much as everyone else's, probably more! I would love his opinion on his favorite cooks or his critique of mine.
It would be so cool for him to post on his own.
But, no pressure to post. :emoji_thumbsup:
 
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Kids usually have no limitations on what they will try if they like to cook. We will learn something from him I’m sure. My youngest son always loved cooking. Today at the age of 27 he is probably one of the best cooks I know. He’s always trying out something new.
 
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Travis this site is open for anyone to join with no age requirements. If you think he's ready to join then by all means get him registered. We've had and still have some younger members and they seem to fit in pretty good.
 
I don' see a problem at all, there is no age at cooking as long as you know all the safety around cooking with hot things and food safety.
Mom taught me/us how to cook at a very young age, so we could take care of ourselves later in life. Fudge was the first thing see showed me.

So sign him up, maybe he can show his dad a thing or two .. ha ha

David
 
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Bring Ryder into the fold! Young folks always have a different slant on how things should be done. And most of the time, they're correct! Just tell him to be easy on the "Non-iPad generation folks" like me. Takes me a little while to get the head-finger coordination working AFTER I get the head working?! LOL!!🍻
John
 
Heck yes Travis!! Sign him up. I'd love to see him getting started, learning, and sharing here what he's learned. Tell ya what....I have a computer sitting on the shelf in the closet...well actually I have two of them but wanna keep one as a back-up in case this one goes south. They are somewhat older systems but still fully functional. If you want me to send one of them t you so he has his own system, just say the word and I'll get it cleaned up, packed up, and sent your way.

Robert
 
Fudge was the first thing see showed me.

Too funny you say this David. Fudge was the first thing I tried making....and it was a total disaster. It actually turned out to be cream of chocolate soup. Tasted good just didn't come out anything like it was supposed to :emoji_laughing:

Robert
 
Too funny you say this David. Fudge was the first thing I tried making....and it was a total disaster. It actually turned out to be cream of chocolate soup. Tasted good just didn't come out anything like it was supposed to :emoji_laughing:

Robert

Ha Ha Robert, I still have first time cooks that go the wrong direction sometimes.
Mom I think was ahead of her time as she showed both my brother and I how to sew and knit.... stop laughing and me how to cook. She said that way you can do for yourself and help a wife instead of sitting back and waiting for her to do things for me. Miss her and her way of thinking

David
 
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Sowsage, bring Ryder on board! This is a family friendly site and shoot, if he has his own smoker and writing his own recipes he's family in my book!
 
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