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  • #31
    Originally posted by Wanderlust View Post
    In my experience, that only lasts for about 2 months. After that it's "where is my dinner" and "I don't like squash."
    I must be one lucky gal then. Hubby is so patient with me, especially when I don't feel well. Sometimes he comes home & has to cook and he doesn't say a mean word about it. We've been married 10 & 1/2 years.
    Today I'm making his favorite dinner, paleo lasagna, and he's over the moon. He even helped slice the olives & zucchini for me.
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    • #32
      Originally posted by patski View Post
      Deep fried in what type of oil though?

      This would be frakin' awesome in bacon fat!
      That would be great! I was using grass-fed beef tallow for the deep fryer, but it got pricey and I've been using palm shortening lately. Wish I had a good source of lard or even pork fat to render that was from pigs raised in a halfway decent manner.
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      • #33
        I don't know who gave me the recipe (I'm fairly certain I stole it from Dr. Bork Bork's blog), but I made spaghetti squash tossed in olive oil, butter, and herbs, and topped with bison last night.

        I don't know if it was actually good or not since I ate about 3 pounds of ingredients whilst cooking, but the wife seemed to like it. She even said that it didn't taste like our 8 month old son "vomited green beans and crayons into a bowl". High praise from the Mrs. McCool.
        I've got of one them journal thingies. One Night At McCool's

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        • #34
          Spend a couple of days in a row cooking with the same meat and vegetables in a large skillet, but use different seasonings.

          Broccoli, onions, garlic, beef go in.

          Italian - oregano and parsley with olive oil
          Indian - garam masala with coconut oil
          Asian - tamari and ginger with coconut and sesame oil

          that sort of thing. Can be really intriguing and fun.
          carl's cave

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          • #35
            Originally posted by patricewmccullough
            That's so sweet. I think any woman would love the fact that their guy made something for them. It would have to be completely burnt for your wife not to like anything you cook!
            Yeah like I was saying to Dr.Bork, that's lasts about 2 months, then it's just expected that you will have dinner cooked.

            So don't cook too often Nic LOL.
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            • #36
              Who does the washing up when Mr Cool cooks for Mrs Cool?

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              • #37
                Hey NicMcCool, I'm the same dude, too much spices, temperature adjutments and cooking instruments, forget it.

                For the last few years now I've been tossing veggies and fruits into the blender and drinking it, doesn't get much simpler then that. For protein I cook a simple meat, grass fed or free range if available.

                Here is a simple almond shake. 22 g of protein.

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by vrodmuscle View Post
                  Hey NicMcCool, I'm the same dude, too much spices, temperature adjutments and cooking instruments, forget it.

                  For the last few years now I've been tossing veggies and fruits into the blender and drinking it, doesn't get much simpler then that. For protein I cook a simple meat, grass fed or free range if available.

                  Here is a simple almond shake. 22 g of protein...
                  I'm totally down for the liquid pound. Only problem is I buy cheap as shit blenders and then they end up breaking or only blending half my drink so I'm stuck sucking meatwads through a curly straw.

                  What blender is that in the video?

                  Also...

                  Mrs. McCool: "I'd like to put HIM in a blender and drink him up. Yummy!"
                  I've got of one them journal thingies. One Night At McCool's

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by Wanderlust View Post
                    Yeah like I was saying to Dr.Bork, that's lasts about 2 months, then it's just expected that you will have dinner cooked.

                    So don't cook too often Nic LOL.
                    Good advice. Kinda like how I "broke" the vacuum the first time I used it, or shrunk all her clothes the first time I did the laundry, and now I'm not allowed to do either anymore.
                    I've got of one them journal thingies. One Night At McCool's

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                    • #40
                      What the heck? All thought all dudes did the cooking, cleaning and dishes. Boy has my wife got me fooled/trained.
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                      • #41
                        My fanciest dudecipe, Rumaki. Wrap chicken liver in bacon, season as desired, throw in the broiler a few minutes, enjoy.

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by Tercio View Post
                          My fanciest dudecipe, Rumaki. Wrap chicken liver in bacon, season as desired, throw in the broiler a few minutes, enjoy.
                          Dude, that actually sounds amazeballs.
                          I've got of one them journal thingies. One Night At McCool's

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                          • #43
                            For what it's worth, I'm a guy and I love cooking. It's sexy science that you stuff in your face. It's a great mix of relaxing and exciting. Love cooking. It can be as complicated as you want it to be.

                            And yes, rumaki is totes amazeballs. I made it once as a bring-a-dish appetizer for a party. The cute hostess took one half-bite, made a face, and I got to eat practically the whole tray myself.
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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by TorMag View Post
                              What the heck? All thought all dudes did the cooking, cleaning and dishes. Boy has my wife got me fooled/trained.
                              They totally do. My husband does the cooking on the weekends, takes out the trash, is in charge of doing dishes, AAAAND he puts the toilet seat down after he pees. Also when he comes home from his full time, brain-melting job, he becomes a full time dad.

                              MY HUSBAND IS AMAZEBALLS! :P
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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by TorMag View Post
                                What the heck? All thought all dudes did the cooking, cleaning and dishes. Boy has my wife got me fooled/trained.
                                I do all of the cooking (well, except for steak or breakfast, so maybe most of the cooking) and The Boyfriend does all of the cleaning. And I mean all of it. I don't care if the house is dirty, I don't do a very good job when I do clean, and a super clean house is a huge deal to him.
                                Durp.

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