What are you cooking today?

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26 minutes ago, RedMidge said:

Sorry to hear that. Hope the Yukon gold buttery flavour helps.  Try them with cabbage next - a la Colcannon!

Stay well.

@sarabyrd will be here for two weeks. I'm afraid she may go too far in the different direction - you may all remember how she goes all out in her cooking!

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27 minutes ago, Techsmex said:

relying on other people and their good hearts and you have indifferent results?  hope your lack of food interest sustained your indifferent tummy. what a ungrateful tool

It's been a strange time, @Techsmex. Crazy taste buds, practically inedible packaged meals, well-meaning caregivers who end up being good only at warming canned soups...

 

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16 minutes ago, kathdonn said:

It's been a strange time, @Techsmex. Crazy taste buds, practically inedible packaged meals, well-meaning caregivers who end up being good only at warming canned soups...

 

like i said, ungrateful. you should at least thank those people for trying to help.

 

" good only at warming canned soups..."

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I beg your humble pardon, @Techsmex. I don't complain to the caregivers. And the packaged foods come from a no contact meal service - they never know. I do apologize to my daughters, who are paying for the packaged meals.

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5 hours ago, kathdonn said:

@sarabyrd will be here for two weeks. I'm afraid she may go too far in the different direction - you may all remember how she goes all out in her cooking!

Enjoy it!  When I spent 4 weeks with Mom (85) in November I waited on her hand & foot and shopped & cooked to her tastes.  It was integral to helping her get better, partly cuz she had gotten very thin.  Her digestion system is quite finicky.  It’s wonderful that @sarabyrd can come back across the pond and wait on you too.  Best wishes for a continuing good recovery.  😊

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6 hours ago, kathdonn said:

...well-meaning caregivers who end up being good only at warming canned soups...

My heart bleeds for you. It shouldn t be this way. But some simply lack the wherewithal. Incredibly. It can be a challenge being greatful for the meanest mercies.

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11 hours ago, optimista said:

My heart bleeds for you. It shouldn t be this way. But some simply lack the wherewithal. Incredibly. It can be a challenge being greatful for the meanest mercies.

I'm grateful for everything everyone does for me. Even the failures. They do the housekeeping and laundry, wash the dishes and put things away. They even watch TV and DVDs with me. It's been a learning process for me just to learn what to ask for. Please keep posting delicious recipes for a food voyeur.

I'll stop hogging this thread now.

 

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