Frying the onions, these days I dice them, though.
Adding the potato flour (awesome thickener for gravies, wheat and gluten free).
Veggies ready to go in the oven, covered at first, then uncovered as they finish up.
She loves to help.
These biscuits are time consuming to make but we love them and make them almost once a week. I know we are essentially eating potatoes in the gravy with some potato starch in the biscuits and roasted potatoes on the side but you work with what you have. Some spices here and there and you have a feeling of variety.
Ok, not the best plate view ever but I think it is nice to show what E uses for her plate. She loves to dip things like most toddlers so we like these plates. She probably would do fine with a regular plate but you never know when it could go flying. I make these Flax Biscuits (From the Allergen-Free Baker’s Handbook by Cybele Pascal (amazon affiliate link)) into a few little person shapes for her, she calls them “Ginger Man” even though we’ve not yet gotten around to making gingerbread.