Friday, April 24, 2009

Rule 43 of 2024 Rules for My Daughter

43. When your mom trys cooking something new, ask for seconds no matter what. If you don't like it slide it over to me when she's not looking, I'll eat it.

7 comments:

April S. said...

you r too funny!

Melissa said...

Absolutely. I love this one. As the mom who cooks, nothing is harder than when they complain. . .

Mocha Dad said...

Great blog. I'm glad I found it. I will add you to my blogroll.

Blogging about the 80's and 90's said...

Hey I just stumbled into your blog, I don't have a daughter, but this is really enjoyable.

Squeaksdaddy said...

Very unique idea, very creative. I just stumbled upon your blog, and I'm impressed. My daughter turns 18 in 2026, so this hits home. Take care of that little girl...

JJ

Anonymous said...

I disagree. I am a great cook, but, when trying new recipes, it can go wrong. (somehow my family hated the swedish meatballs that were in a gummy base) I like to hear CONSTRUCTIVE feedback:like it's too spicy or the cinnamon in the sauce is too wierd...and then hear the rave reviews when it does come out good. "Mom, this chicken recipe is good; it's a keeper!" and just not make that dish again and force everyone to eat it. My whole family cooks too, so, they get feedback as well. Overall, it's been a POSITIVE experience and everyone is turning out to be good cooks, with certain specialities. My son is in college now and when he cooks, everyone comes over! My daughter likes to bake. My brother can feed 50 in a blink of an eye gourmet food when he use to not even know how to boil water!

Buck Rogers said...

I agree to a point but sometimes people can be sensitive about their cooking (ie my wife's). I will give my wife constructive criticism afterwards