That really is funny
She says it takes too long to prep and cook for me to just come home and just devour it. She asked me if I even tasted anything. I always say it's awesome, which it actually is because she's a great cook.
Tsal...Mover' of things...
What's funny is I knew exactly what you were posting about because I'm married to the exact same mindset, er, woman! Sometimes it's fun to get her going but most of the time I like peace. Also, I have to watch it...only 34 years married, so I'm still kind of on probation.Bruyere_Royale wrote: ↑Fri Mar 22, 2019 6:20 pmShe says it takes too long to prep and cook for me to just come home and just devour it. She asked me if I even tasted anything. I always say it's awesome, which it actually is because she's a great cook.
Annato Calamansi Marinated chicken on the BBQ tonight.. With some Oriental Silk in the Cobb... I just discovered this thread.. Love it!
Happy Puffin and Grubbin y'all!!
~The Pipe is my Meditation ... My Mental Medication. ~ Chef Benny
Yum! My best friend's wife is from the Philippines, and she introduced me to Calamansi and all it's uses in some of her native dishes and as a beverage. I can only imagine how amazing it works as a marinade.
I'm glad we have a professional on board!
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Paneer is good no matter how you do it. By itself, in Saag Paneer, Paneer Makhani.. I've even had Paneer on a weird pizza one time and it was awesome.