The next Grilled Grandma

This week's Grilled Grandma, Judy, does all the things you expect from the ultimate grandma, and then some. For example, take a look at some of the activities she plans for her grandkids:

For many years, we have yearly special activities for the children and grandchildren. In February we have a 'RED DINNER' for Valentine's Day where all the food is red.  On St. Patrick's Day we have a 'GREEN DINNER' where all the food is green.  The last Saturday in October, we have a Pumpkin Feast.  All these involve an afternoon of competitive games--and often a scavenger hunt of some kind.

And that's just a portion of her answer to my question about what she enjoys doing when the grandkids visit her house! She also has Grandma Camp in the summer, Christmas Tea (two of them, divided by age) in the winter, and much more!

I love Grandma Judy's ideas and I bet you will, too. Take a look for yourself right HERE.

As always, if you know of a grandma you think should be grilled, please e-mail me her first name and e-mail address. I'm always happy to add another grandma to the Grilled Grandma menu!

Today's question:

If you were required to eat food of only one color for the rest of your days, what color would you choose?

My answer: It would be tough to give up my white favorites (potatoes, pasta, bread) but I'd have to go with red: berries, cherries, red meat and good ol' tomato soup!