Sunday, July 12, 2009

Happy Birthday Luke

Today is my youngest son Luke's 30th birthday. Luke and his girlfriend Cara came over for dinner. I grilled some nice ribeye steaks and made Luke's favorite curried rice dish. Sue had a nice Red Velvet cake and ice cream. Smokey got some good steak trimmings and would like to have a slice of cake.

Usually when you see a picture of Luke we are eating one of his breakfasts at the Blue Dome Diner. Today it was our turn. Happy Birthday Luke.


Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

To my untrained eye I initially thought, how can it be Luke's girlfriend when he's just got married? Your boys all look alike to the untrained eye so I had to scan your back posts to realise it was David who recently married!!!

Happy birthday Chef Luke - hope father cooks as well as son :-)


P.S. Please explain the dessert, it sounds delicious.

Elleona said... [Reply to comment]

Bon anniversaire à luke.
30 ans, ce sera aussi l'âge d'Alexis, notre "Petit Dernier" en septembre...

Pour le "crèpe myrtle" je ne vois pas trop (même en agrandissant la photo). Ne serait-ce pas une variété de bougainvillées à fleur-double ?

Unknown said... [Reply to comment]

Hey, I taught the boy all he knows about cooking. Actually, he is a better cook than I am. There are three sons, Adam 42, David 40, and Luke 30. There was a daughter in there who should be 38 now but we lost her in high school. Luke is my baby.

Unknown said... [Reply to comment]

La crêpe Myrtle est d'origine asiatique, mais maintenant largement cultivé dans le sud des États-Unis. Elle n'est pas liée à la bougainvilliers. Je vais vous envoyer une meilleure image de la fleur cluster. Bisous

Micki02 said... [Reply to comment]

Happy birthday Luke, the best cooker of Tulsa !
It's lovely Bill to say that Luke is your baby, I thinf he is like my little Clara, but Clara is seven years' old, it's better for a baby !!
Have a nice day !

RennyBA said... [Reply to comment]

Happy Birthday to Luke - all the way from Norway :-)