We eat a lot of Chinese food. I can't help it. I think I'm wired to love Asian cuisine. I have yet to try an Asian cuisine I don't like. The rest of the family enjoys Chinese food as well. At the end of each meal, the kids look forward to their fortune cookies.
|In bed. For the win.|
Now that Sophia can actually read her slip of paper in the fortune cookie, it's become a fun ritual. Those little slips of paper are very entertaining, even if they don't make sense. I've been instagramming the fortunes almost every week, when I realized that I started a photo series.
|Do you see the irony of the duplicate fortunes in the same cookie.|
For more cool facts about how fortune cookies aren't even Chinese but American, read The Fortune Cookie Chronicles by Jennifer 8 Leigh. Or how she tracked down the origin of General Tso's Chicken. Check out her TED talk for the Cliff Notes version.
Do you add "in bed" to the end when you read your fortune out loud?