When I first met Scott and learned that he liked to cook, I have to admit, my first response was not really a positive one. I realized that I was kind of territorial in that regard…. at least in the context of a relationship. I was the cook, the kitchen was my mine, cooking was my department. However, I did keep and open mind, and thank God, pretty quickly realized that having a partner to concoct recipes (sometimes out of whatever was in the fridge) , figure out meals and actually cook the food. Our Friday night’s quickly evolved into a cooking party. We come up with a general plan, decide on who will cook what and get to work together…. and later enjoy the meal… possibly the best part. As time as passed, it seems more and more that Scott does the entire Sunday night meal… And I’m more than okay with that. 🙂
I would encourage anyone to learn to cook better. It’s such a valuable skill. We all need to eat. I know when I started, I was not a good cook at all. The first mashed potatoes and rolls? Not good stories. Maybe I will blog about them someday. Haha.
Here is the dinner for Saturday March 13, 2016.. Epic! Charcoal-Grilled Ribeye, Crispy Sweet Potato Chips with Spicy Chipolte Sriracha Mayo, (don’t ask me how to pronounce that!) and Maple Roasted Brussel Sprouts.
We took note of the fact that it was the first day of the new day savings and we were happily enjoying our dinner at 6:30 PM, in the daylight. 🙂