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  • SCA: Veebees...hope all is well...mes...stay warm...nargis...hope the new home is all you expected and more!!!  Enjoy guys...
    Yesterday at 05:08 PM
  • VillageBelle: steamed veggies and sandwich for dinner these days! I do cook on the w/e, but once the food runs out during the week....I ain't cooking - unless the grands are coming over for some reason.
    Yesterday at 04:23 PM
  • VillageBelle: my priorities have changed a lot....not obsessive any longer.
    Yesterday at 04:22 PM
  • VillageBelle: I used to be an obsessive housewife in my younger days.....even a bit anal about cleaning and organizing and cooking every day!!  no more!!! Like you I do housework because I can't live in a dirty one.
    Yesterday at 04:22 PM
  • Meseret: In fact, I am not a great housewife.  I keep a good home because I like having a clean well kept home, but I'd jsut as soon not do it if i had someone else to, but also, I am hard to please.
    Yesterday at 04:19 PM
  • Meseret: I'm not a great cook but I really don't care
    Yesterday at 04:18 PM
  • Meseret: I don't like a lot of obstacles, in fact I prefer just broth
    Yesterday at 04:17 PM
  • Meseret: I'm not sick Maps.  Just felt like soup
    Yesterday at 04:17 PM
  • mapoui: :-[ :-[ :-[ :-[
    Yesterday at 04:13 PM
  • mapoui: so I stopped cooking what she was good at because they preferred hers
    Yesterday at 04:13 PM
  • mapoui: my wife cud not cook. over the years that changed.  my sone even told me Moms chokcer tsake a lot better thanmine and I was supposed to be the champion cook
    Yesterday at 04:12 PM
  • mapoui: I dont think so.  its real.
    Yesterday at 04:11 PM
  • VillageBelle: maybe it's just an excuse ...... just so I can cook for them?
    Yesterday at 04:11 PM
  • mapoui: dats right. mom is an untouchable standard.  the top one.  forget it
    Yesterday at 04:10 PM
  • VillageBelle: I give them exact ingredients.....they closely observe and even help me and my daughter gives off long suck-teeth because her dhall never taste the same as mine.
    Yesterday at 04:10 PM
  • VillageBelle: true!!  my kids always complain because they can't cook like I do.
    Yesterday at 04:09 PM
  • VillageBelle: boil n fry....wid stewed fish!!!! man oh man !!!
    Yesterday at 04:09 PM
  • mapoui: I don t know anyone who ever cooks likemom used to. fr get it.  you will never be able to
    Yesterday at 04:08 PM
  • ketchim: thats what I had with stew fish : stuffed and ready fuh anything !
    Yesterday at 04:08 PM
  • mapoui: you grew up on that.  no wonder you still strong :D :D :D
    Yesterday at 04:08 PM
  • VillageBelle: try as i might.
    Yesterday at 04:08 PM
  • VillageBelle: I can't ever cook these dishes the same as my mom.
    Yesterday at 04:07 PM
  • VillageBelle: my mom preferred we ate a lot of that.  fresh from the ocean.
    Yesterday at 04:07 PM
  • mapoui: anyhow you know..fried in late..or steemed with the provision
    Yesterday at 04:07 PM
  • VillageBelle: soup and boil n fry provision......I grew up on that
    Yesterday at 04:06 PM
  • mapoui: fish too.  I am nto inflexible.  I will settle for the fish
    Yesterday at 04:06 PM
  • VillageBelle: fish was fried and added at the very end.
    Yesterday at 04:05 PM
  • VillageBelle: we had our own farm so ground-provision soup was a staple at my house.  most times it was cooked with fish though.
    Yesterday at 04:05 PM
  • mapoui: right this minute here.  and if I cud I would leave my pancreas there, pick up a new one and come back here ::LOL:: ::LOL:: ::LOL::
    Yesterday at 04:05 PM
  • mapoui: if I could I would time travel to titty circa 1966..a fresh provision soup with noodles and sal'beef
    Yesterday at 04:04 PM

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