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Old 11-08-2012, 10:24 PM   #401
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Looks like its going to be a bowl of cereal and milk again for supper...... Wifey is attempting a new recipe in the kitchen.....boiling water!
Well, I guarantee you men can cook, too. Why don't you surprise your lovely wife and cook some dinner today?
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Looks like its going to be a bowl of cereal and milk again for supper...... Wifey is attempting a new recipe in the kitchen.....boiling water!
Too funny.....true ? naw
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Well, I guarantee you men can cook, too. Why don't you surprise your lovely wife and cook some dinner today?
You are absolutely right! Was single until I was 30 yrs old and cooked all sorts of great stuff from home made pizza, to chilis, to steaks, to chicken on the grill, shrimp scampi, etc. Unfortunately, she and the kids are waaay beyond picky, so nothing good is ever made. How many times can we have mashed potatoes and corn with some sort of mystery meat?

This family goes out to eat more than we eat in cause no one likes to cook, or eat anything that is cooked in this house...
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Tonight I'm making Runzas for my daughter, granddaughter and I. They will be ground beef, onions and sauerkraut.

ZG, I'll post pictures and the (very simple) recipe to your cooking website.
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Lunch: grilled hamburgers, bbq'd chicken legs, baked potatoes.

Supper: cashew butter and homemade peach jelly sandwich in whole grain. (I bet no one else ate this today)

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You are absolutely right! Was single until I was 30 yrs old and cooked all sorts of great stuff from home made pizza, to chilis, to steaks, to chicken on the grill, shrimp scampi, etc. Unfortunately, she and the kids are waaay beyond picky, so nothing good is ever made. How many times can we have mashed potatoes and corn with some sort of mystery meat?

This family goes out to eat more than we eat in cause no one likes to cook, or eat anything that is cooked in this house...
Good for you, Astroman. My ex-husband was a pretty good cook, too. Yeah, the kids are picky. Mine were, too, until they got into high school. There were nights when we'd cook chicken nuggets for the kids and something delicious for ourselves.
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Homemade potatoe soup... YUM! :-D

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Good for you, Astroman. My ex-husband was a pretty good cook, too. Yeah, the kids are picky. Mine were, too, until they got into high school. There were nights when we'd cook chicken nuggets for the kids and something delicious for ourselves.

thats the same here....but its way too often! very frustrating to me as I like so many different foods...
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Casserole of leftover basmati rice, peas, homegrown chicken, and cheese, then oatmeal banana bread for dessert.

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Venison stew - rice, onions, peppers and backstrap.

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