It’s hard to imagine Michael Jackson getting his hands dirty and cooking French toast, but that he did, according to his daughter Paris, 12. In a candid interview with Oprah, Paris, her two siblings and their grandmother Katherine Jackson talked about their life since losing the King of Pop on that fateful day in June 2009. “He made the best French toast in the world,” Paris told Oprah. “I kinda felt like no one understands what a good father he was,” she added. “I’d say he was the best cook ever. He was just a normal dad, except he was the best dad…” Prince Michael, 13, Paris, and Blanket, 8, who now live with their grandmother at the Jackson family compound in Encino, said they miss “everything” about their superstar dad. Reflecting on their childhood with Michael, the kids said that their father tried to protect them from fame, even his own. “He tried to raise us without [us] knowing who he was, but that didn’t go so well,” explained Paris. Prince said his favorite memory was walking on the beach every morning drinking Coca-Cola and eating Skittles. Katherine added that she believed her son was addicted to plastic surgery and she was concerned about all his nose jobs, one of which left his nose looking “like a toothpick.” “I hear that people get addicted to plastic surgery, and I think that’s what happened to him. I said, that’s enough,” she said. Surrounded by their cousins during the interview, Katherine said she is now trying to give Michael’s children as normal a childhood as possible.