Comments: Needing to Keep my Barefeet Out of the Kitchen

I enjoyed "every" morsel! And just think how boring life would be if it didn't provide some 'humorous' memories. Years from now the boys will be embellishing this story for their children. "Recall when we were kids and mom would make prime rib with a side of toothpaste?" Oh yeah, Crest will want a taste of this for their holiday advertising.

Posted by mom at November 23, 2009 12:00 AM

Oh I can't wait to see you again... I might just have to put some toothpaste in my purse. ;-) Makes me wonder who my thanksgiving is going to turn out... all new recipes this year.

Posted by vw bug at November 23, 2009 06:10 AM

Disgustard?

Posted by Elisson at November 23, 2009 09:20 AM

Ok . . . have to know who's cookbook. ;) I am doing all new recipes this year as well. I am not looking forward to a disaster :(

Posted by Oddybobo at November 23, 2009 09:58 AM

Oddy- If it has the word Sweet Tea in it... be careful.

Posted by Bou at November 23, 2009 10:51 AM

"a quiet Moo as I cut it is OK with me"

ROFLMAO - yeah me too - but I never thought of it quite that way.

Oh it's a good thing to have the occasional disaster... as your mom says - the stories will be around for years and make everyone laugh.

Posted by Teresa at November 23, 2009 03:47 PM

Amazon has 2 cookbooks with Sweet Tea in the title so I will be sure to keep away from them. Nice to know since I am a cookbook fanatic these days.

Posted by dick at November 23, 2009 08:58 PM

That's all right. I just bought a bread machine and tried a recipe I found on line for Cranberry bread. It was salty, never rose, cooked to a point that it was not runny, but that's it - and the birds in our yard wouldn't even eat it. Some recipes are missing something - and whoever wrote them should be horsewhipped. It wasn't you - it was whoever wrote the recipe - it's all wrong.

Posted by suze at November 24, 2009 08:10 PM

Don't feel bad, Bou! We had lunch at an obscenely late hour today. Might as well not have bothered with it, as it bumped up against dinner.

I got a lecture from the youngest. "Lunch can be served from noon to 4 pm," he says to me. "I know, because I looked it up on Wikipedia."

What kind of person looks up "lunch" in an encyclopedia?

Posted by PeggyU at November 25, 2009 04:09 AM