Friday, November 17, 2006

As I mentioned before, I can't cook. It's not that I don't want to cook I really just don't know how. I've been cooking for kids for three years instead of myself. Here's the problem. In three months I'm moving out. On my own. Not all by myself, with friends, but no adults. They can cook. Really well! But I'd like to cook for them every now and then too, yah know. As a kind gesture. Because I'm nice that like. I have a feeling I'm going to be going to the BigOven Recipe Software - 160,000 Recipes, page quite often. You just type in a few of the items in your fridge and it will give you a list of recipes you can use. I don't really eat that much at home so I wonder what kind of recipes it will give me for Frosted Flakes and Pb&J. Hm.

I really want some of these. Yummy.

1 comment:

  1. Learning to cook is not that hard if you get the right direction. Try some of the "easy" to "medium" recipes from, and google "cooking basics"; you'll be wowing people in no time.

    Cooking for toddlers is HARD. I know a grown man who, as a child was so picky his grade school lunch every day was - no kidding - buttered saltine crackers with a 4x4 row of mini marshmallows on top. To this day he is incredibly picky, swearign he'll throw up if he so much as eats a banana or some tomato sauce. I pity his poor wife.