5 responses to “Getting Adventurous In The Kitchen”

  1. mysuestories

    Note to author: husbands who usually do all the cooking lie when you attempt to make ANYTHING! Hence, the “restaurant quality” comment? Simply an encouragement ploy to get you to continue cooking. Trust me. He probably purged the shrimp/pasta/leftover bell pepper thingy and made himself a quality fluffy omelette while you slept with visions of magnificent self cooked dinners in your head. Don’t take MY word for it. Make him a truly horrible dinner. Burn the salad, toss the steak…whatever… guarantee you he will choke it down and tell you how great it was…Don’t fall for the trap. Don’t be a home cook AND a blogger. Time is too short. The Blog must go on! you can check me out at http://www.mysuestories.blogspot.com You keep writing, I’ll keep reading!

    mysuestoriess last blog post..Spicing Things Up!

  2. Rachel

    i am always adventurous in the kitchen 🙂 LOL.

    that looks yummy!! you go girl!

    Rachels last blog post..Mommy

  3. Jill

    Wow! I’m impressed at your gonna-do-better-in-the-kitchen follow-up of our Christmas conversation! I love to clean out the pantry and cook with what we have! Hey, if you’ve got some noodles, rice, or potatoes, a can of cream-of-something soup, and a few bites of some sort of protein, it’s called a cassarole!!! 🙂 Add some cheese on top and it’s called “gourmet cassarole!” I’m proud of you, SIL!

  4. EG

    I typically need a recipe. My husband is really good at scrounging together what we have into something delicious.

    EGs last blog post..Parent of the Year

  5. Arshia

    I really need a recipe while cooking. The only thing I can throw together without recipes are salads. Just a random combination of veggies and dressing – not too complicated.

Leave a Reply

CommentLuv badge