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Old 02-15-2013, 06:32 PM   #11
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Re: What would your spouse do for dinner?

Mine would've been like yours. It would've been sandwiches, cereal, or fast food. I don't keep processed and/or frozen meals on hand, mainly because we don't like them! The times that I know I'm going to be away for dinner, I still make dinners- like ones I can freeze. My hubby and kids are spoiled as far as food goes!

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Old 02-15-2013, 06:32 PM   #12
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DH is a chef. No issues with food. He does all the cooking when he is home at night.

The last time he was home with just our older two, i had a work event, he made them shrimp pasta.
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My husband would be fine but if he was worried he'd be doing very simple things.
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Re: What would your spouse do for dinner?

Whenever I cannot cook or am simply to tired to cook my husband gets take out or fast food. My getting too sick to cook is an expensive proposition. Unless I have steak in the house. Which I currently do because I found it being clearanced out for $1.25-$1.50 a lb.

Then it would be steak and eggs or steak and baked potato. He does cook a good steak.
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Old 02-15-2013, 06:39 PM   #15
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Pasta, sandwiches (grilled cheese, PB&J, cold cuts), quesadillas, maybe a pizza take-out. He might not follow a more elaborate recipe but he can throw some simple meals together and he often helps me in the kitchen anyway.
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DH wouldn't have followed my meal plan, but I always keep a few homemade meals in the freezer and a couple of quick fix meals (frozen ravioli, jarred pasta sauce, etc). He is perfectly capable of handling those things and knows how to make a few Korean dishes the boys like, but he would have to go shopping for those things as we don't always have the ingredients on hand.
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Re: What would your spouse do for dinner?

My DH is an amazing cook. I'm pretty lucky. I would be freaking out about the mess rather then meals. LOL
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Re: What would your spouse do for dinner?

I had to take an emergency trip once from nc to floor I was gone about 40 hours. They ate... pancakes, waffles, and bagels!!!! Omg! I was like seriously???? I mean a happy meal would have been more balanced. I think now he would do a little better.
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Fast food, hamburger helper, mac and cheese, frozen meals, pancakes, and fruits
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foodis one thing but kids is another story. my hubby likes to cook things and sort OS better than i., so or worlds be the agreed kids to the mix part.....
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