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The one thing I look forward to in every meet-up with friends is their stories about their kids. In our group, half are married, and they’re the life of the party because of these stories. Just recently, Alva, a mom of two, shared with us a story about her little Tom’s mini rebellion. I know Tom. He’s adorable with his fluffy and bouncy hair and chubby cheeks. However, I have to admit that he can be a little brat sometimes most especially if he doesn’t get what he wants. Alva kind of spoils him because she is a single mom who wants to prove something to the father. One way of spoiling him is cooking every food he loves to eat. And Tom loves sausages a lot. He requests them for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Alva, tired of cooking the same thing all over again, tried to revamp the recipe a bit. Since Tom loves baseball, he must like the sausage balls that she made. Contrary to what she expected, Tom hated the balls. It’s not because they’re balls, but mostly because “they’re not sausages”. “Sausages were supposed to be long and not round!”, Tom had said. He didn’t eat the whole day until Alva told him he wouldn’t be allowed in his next baseball game if he wouldn’t eat. Eventually, he came out and ate, begrudgingly at first. His plate was clean right after the meal. One point for Mom!
Photo and recipe courtesy of Southern Bite.
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Quick Tip: If you prefer bolder flavors, stir in some garlic powder and your favorite spices to mix it up a little.