We’ve been watching the Duggar household for years due to TLC exhibits like 19 Kids and Counting and Counting On. Over time, followers have witnessed the Duggar household’s way of life, and that’s included their selection of costume, how they date, and the way they maintain one another. While Jim Bob and Michelle have obtained loads of flack for his or her life decisions, their cooking and the way they fed their 19 youngsters remains to be the speak of the city.
Now, lots of Jim Bob and Michelle’s children are all grown up. And Jessa Duggar not too long ago created a tribute video for her father, Jim Bob. Jessa shares many candy elements of her father’s persona, however she additionally uncovered his poor consuming habits. Here’s what she stated.
The Duggar children appeared to do nearly all of the cooking rising up
Those who watched 19 Kids and Counting are well-aware that the older Duggar children have been usually accountable for serving to out with their siblings. And the entire youngsters took half in making meals. Because Jim Bob and Michelle had so many children, they made positive to stay to a strict grocery finances every month. And this meant their youngsters have been usually making meals from bulk objects and canned items as a substitute of contemporary.
Michelle has discussed how meal-making labored in her house, too. “All of the kids take turns in the kitchen. I always let each one of them take a turn at learning how to prepare a meal,” Michelle wrote.
“We usually have teams of three or four kids that’ll work together on the cooking. If you get more than that, there are really just too many cooks in the kitchen!” she added. And she went on to clarify that everybody within the family enjoys their “time in the kitchen,” as they know they’re serving to the household.
Jessa Duggar created a tribute video for her father, Jim Bob
There’s loads of controversy surrounding Jim Bob — but it surely seems nearly all of his children adore him and the way in which he raised them. Jessa even created an hour-long video explaining how a lot she loves her father. Throughout the video, Jessa goes over her favourite reminiscences of rising up. And lots of them encompass Jim Bob’s love of God.
“I feel like whenever I start thinking about all of the blessings that the Lord has given me through my father, the list just goes on and on,” Jessa defined within the video. “He’s not a perfect man. He has issues like all of us do. … I just see my dad as a man who truly does love the Lord, and I am just so thankful for that.”
Many of Jessa’s siblings appeared to agree. Joy-Anna, Jana, and Josh’s spouse, Anna, all sweetly commented on the video. And Jessa additionally famous that she’s making a tribute video to her mom subsequent.
She revealed Jim Bob’s disgusting consuming habits
While Jessa went on and on about Jim Bob’s constructive qualities, she additionally talked about his cooking and consuming habits. Toward the top of the video, Jessa famous Jim Bob got here up with “barbecue tuna fish sandwiches” whereas her mom was away at a convention. “It actually didn’t taste that bad. Us kids liked it. It was probably one of the better things that he fed us.”
Jessa additionally talked about that Jim Bob was an enormous fan of canned greens — however she was not a fan of 1 canned meals. “Butter beans? Gross!” Jessa exclaimed. “Butter beans on everybody’s plate. And we were like, ‘oh, these are gross.’” So, to choke down the beans, Jim Bob would give the children ketchup for the beans to dip them in like fries.
Jessa attributes her relaxed angle about meals to Jim Bob as nicely. She famous that when Jim Bob was hungry, he would seize a can of corn or a can of soup, open it, and eat the meals with out heating it up. “I’ve taken after him in that. Sometimes I’ll do that. I’ll just take something cold from the refrigerator and just eat it.”
We know Jessa has expanded her meals horizons since marrying Ben Seewald. But even so, outdated habits die laborious. And we’re positive Jim Bob hasn’t modified his habits over time, both.
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