A rare treat this afternoon, when I was one of several proud parents invited along to sample the culinary delights lovingly prepared by the chefs of the Guiseley Infant School Cooking Club.
For five weeks now, Jamie and pals have been discovering the secrets behind a range of signature dishes including Big Snack Bruschetta (no meat), Sunset Pasta (ditto), Fruit Muffins (clearly) and Apple Crumble (not a sausage).
And whilst I trundled up the path with fatherly pride in my tummy, as a committed carnivore I also felt a bit sick at the prospect of tackling something a little but, er, "drab."
But I need not have worried. Because today's special offering was nothing less than Cheesy Bacon Jacket Potatoes. That's right, BACON! Get in there (i.e. my mouth).
Plus, being from Ireland, potato is obviously a vegetable I was force-fed in the womb so no problems there either.
And I have to say, they really were rather good. So much so that I queried whether the kids had really had a huge amount of personal involvement in their preparation. (Yes, bad daddy, I know). But Jamie quickly put me right after revealing that two fellow mini-cooksters had independently impaled themselves on the cheese grater.
My thoughts are obviously with them, not to mention the school governors who must be praying the parents don't sue.