I hate cooking. Most of our meals are a meat, frozen vegetable and a starch (Rice-A-Roni, Betty Crocker Potatoes, etc). If not that, it's either something out of the crockpot or spaghetti. I have always thought cookbooks were something you whipped out at Christmas time to find cookie recipes. I hate trying to cook new things, only because I usually screw them up (following directions is not my thing). Gourmet Cooking for me means heating up Totino's Pizza Rolls in the toaster over instead of the microwave. My husband gets all giddy when they're a little crunchy thanks to the toaster oven's magic ways and not all limpy and goopy from the microwave. Sometimes I'm nice to him like that (but it's usually only because I want him to do something on the house).
I've tried to be a good "homemaker" and make some things, but my husband, my wallet and I all know it's best if I just stick to the basics. If you're bored and feel like commenting, let me know if you are like Martha Stewart's long lost twin who prepares and cooks to the nines, or are you more like me (a.k.a. a real life Peg Bundy).
(Thanks for reading - I haven't been to the store in a few days and needed to blog. It's an addiction).