Cooking! Family members that can't cook.

Good Afternoon Everyone,

Good cooking is hard to fine. I'm my mothers caregiver and over the last 2 1/2 years I've done almost all her cooking. Well I have a younger sister that was living with her before I moved in. My mother hates her cooking! She says she uses too many veggies in all her dishes. HELLO MOM-you have boo boo problems, the veggies will help! Well now my other sister is visiting from out of town for a while and WE won't eat her cooking either. She cannot cook.She baked some chicken the other day for work and mom had fell asleep for about 45 minutes, woke up and asked her when was she going to start cooking and the chicken was already out of the oven. I was in the bed watching tv with my face down in my pillow cracking up. When you cook the smell coming from your kitchen tells everybody what your cooking. That night you couldn't smell anything. The next day why she bring some of the chicken right back home! Ha, ha. The color of the skin was whitest gray...yucky. She kept asking me did I want some. I don't cuss anymore so I prayed and said I'm good girl.

Now thanksgiving is coming up and I told my youngest kid I would help her cook her first big dinner and my sister told my mom she would cook dinner for her and invite my dad over. You should've seen the look on her face. Priceless. I went in the basement and fell over the dryer laughing. Can you see her cutting into a big gray turkey! So my mom has been throwing hints at me all everyday saying that well I don't need to eat anything that day. My sister asked her how to make a carmel cake and she told her she forgot to keep her from cooking. So you know I'm going to end up cooking 2 dinners, 1 at home and 1 at my kids house. Its ok I love my mom and I couldn't let that turkey suffer like that. Ha, ha. 2-turkeys, 2-hams, 2-pans of dressing, 2-homemade cranberry sauce, 2-pies, 2-pans of fried greenbeans, 2- potato salads and 2-bread puddings...whew I'm ready.

 

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