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    Olive*
    Wed Aug 21, 2013 4:26 pm
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    racrgal wrote:
    I'm right there with you Krislady. I don't deal well with "left to soak". Sweetie is a fan of soaking everything! icon_sad.gif


    That is my DH too….the soaker! If he fixes himself something to eat on the one day the kitchen is closed, it is usually a one pot of something or other. When he is done eating, he always puts the pot in the sink filled with water and tells me he is going to soak it for a few minutes, and then wash it. Sure, he will! icon_rolleyes.gif After an hour, guess who ends up washing it! When he hears me washing the pot, he ALWAYS says….”I was just getting ready to come in and wash it. Really, I was!” I want to smack him with that pot. icon_lol.gif
    So Cal Gal
    Wed Aug 21, 2013 6:35 pm
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    Olive* wrote:
    racrgal wrote:
    I'm right there with you Krislady. I don't deal well with "left to soak". Sweetie is a fan of soaking everything! icon_sad.gif


    That is my DH too….the soaker! If he fixes himself something to eat on the one day the kitchen is closed, it is usually a one pot of something or other. When he is done eating, he always puts the pot in the sink filled with water and tells me he is going to soak it for a few minutes, and then wash it. Sure, he will! icon_rolleyes.gif After an hour, guess who ends up washing it! When he hears me washing the pot, he ALWAYS says….”I was just getting ready to come in and wash it. Really, I was!” I want to smack him with that pot. icon_lol.gif


    :rofl: :rofl:

    My DH isn't a soaker, he's a one-man tornado in the kitchen...and I'm the one who ends up cleaning up the mess. He says he wants to "learn to cook" after he retires. I can hardly wait. icon_rolleyes.gif Hopefully he'll either find another hobby, or we'll move to a house with his and hers kitchens. icon_lol.gif
    racrgal
    Wed Aug 21, 2013 7:25 pm
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    So Cal Gal wrote:
    Olive* wrote:
    racrgal wrote:
    I'm right there with you Krislady. I don't deal well with "left to soak". Sweetie is a fan of soaking everything! icon_sad.gif


    That is my DH too….the soaker! If he fixes himself something to eat on the one day the kitchen is closed, it is usually a one pot of something or other. When he is done eating, he always puts the pot in the sink filled with water and tells me he is going to soak it for a few minutes, and then wash it. Sure, he will! icon_rolleyes.gif After an hour, guess who ends up washing it! When he hears me washing the pot, he ALWAYS says….”I was just getting ready to come in and wash it. Really, I was!” I want to smack him with that pot. icon_lol.gif


    :rofl: :rofl:

    My DH isn't a soaker, he's a one-man tornado in the kitchen...and I'm the one who ends up cleaning up the mess. He says he wants to "learn to cook" after he retires. I can hardly wait. icon_rolleyes.gif Hopefully he'll either find another hobby, or we'll move to a house with his and hers kitchens. icon_lol.gif


    icon_lol.gif You gals are killing me! His and hers kitchens sounds like an awesome idea. Unfortunately I won't eat Sweetie's cooking. In addition to dirtying every pot and pan in the kitchen, the end result is AWFUL! His philosophy is more sugar, more salt, more butter and everything is better. 99% of the time I can't eat whatever he cooks. Eating a stick of butter and washing it down with cooking oil is almost as tasty. icon_cool.gif
    Chicagoland Chef du Jour
    Wed Aug 21, 2013 7:28 pm
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    I clean up the kitchen every night after dinner. I even clean up after dinner parties because I cannot stand looking & smelling dirty dishes in the morning.

    The dishwasher generally does not get emptied until early afternoon. Until that time, Bfast & lunch dishes pile up in the sink.
    So Cal Gal
    Wed Aug 21, 2013 11:31 pm
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    racrgal wrote:
    So Cal Gal wrote:
    Olive* wrote:
    racrgal wrote:
    I'm right there with you Krislady. I don't deal well with "left to soak". Sweetie is a fan of soaking everything! icon_sad.gif


    That is my DH too….the soaker! If he fixes himself something to eat on the one day the kitchen is closed, it is usually a one pot of something or other. When he is done eating, he always puts the pot in the sink filled with water and tells me he is going to soak it for a few minutes, and then wash it. Sure, he will! icon_rolleyes.gif After an hour, guess who ends up washing it! When he hears me washing the pot, he ALWAYS says….”I was just getting ready to come in and wash it. Really, I was!” I want to smack him with that pot. icon_lol.gif


    :rofl: :rofl:

    My DH isn't a soaker, he's a one-man tornado in the kitchen...and I'm the one who ends up cleaning up the mess. He says he wants to "learn to cook" after he retires. I can hardly wait. icon_rolleyes.gif Hopefully he'll either find another hobby, or we'll move to a house with his and hers kitchens. icon_lol.gif


    icon_lol.gif You gals are killing me! His and hers kitchens sounds like an awesome idea. Unfortunately I won't eat Sweetie's cooking. In addition to dirtying every pot and pan in the kitchen, the end result is AWFUL! His philosophy is more sugar, more salt, more butter and everything is better. 99% of the time I can't eat whatever he cooks. Eating a stick of butter and washing it down with cooking oil is almost as tasty. icon_cool.gif


    There's some great book material here--we just need a publisher! icon_idea.gif icon_lol.gif
    racrgal
    Thu Aug 22, 2013 12:13 pm
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    icon_lol.gif As long as it isn't a cookbook written by our hubbies!
    K9 Owned
    Thu Aug 22, 2013 12:47 pm
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    racrgal wrote:
    icon_lol.gif As long as it isn't a cookbook written by our hubbies!

    Yes. The contribution from this household's hubby would be small.
    Fried Egg Sandwich.
    Beat the crap out of two eggs. Add a ton on salt and pepper.
    Toast 2 slices of bread and then butter them.
    Stick scrambled/fried eggs between bread and eat.
    So Cal Gal
    Thu Aug 22, 2013 12:53 pm
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    K9 Owned wrote:
    racrgal wrote:
    icon_lol.gif As long as it isn't a cookbook written by our hubbies!

    Yes. The contribution from this household's hubby would be small.
    Fried Egg Sandwich.
    Beat the crap out of two eggs. Add a ton on salt and pepper.
    Toast 2 slices of bread and then butter them.
    Stick scrambled/fried eggs between bread and eat.


    icon_lol.gif icon_exclaim.gif
    racrgal
    Thu Aug 22, 2013 1:13 pm
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    K9 Owned wrote:
    racrgal wrote:
    icon_lol.gif As long as it isn't a cookbook written by our hubbies!

    Yes. The contribution from this household's hubby would be small.
    Fried Egg Sandwich.
    Beat the crap out of two eggs. Add a ton on salt and pepper.
    Toast 2 slices of bread and then butter them.
    Stick scrambled/fried eggs between bread and eat.


    icon_lol.gif You forgot to add "leave mess in kitchen" icon_lol.gif
    mums the word
    Thu Aug 22, 2013 8:02 pm
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    racrgal wrote:
    Olive* wrote:
    racrgal wrote:
    Dirty dishes go straight to the dishwasher. Can't stand looking at them. icon_cool.gif


    Same here! I hate having dirty dishes sitting in the sink or anywhere else. I will put them in the dishwasher or wash them by hand. I always clean up as soon as we are done eating.


    I'm one of those "clean as you go" cooks. By the time the meal is on the table about all that is left to clean up are the actual pots and pans plus whatever dishes and silverware we use. I'm so excited about replacing my ancient dishwasher so I can quit rinsing dishes before they go in the dishwasher. icon_cool.gif


    I'm the "clean as you go" type too. I hate seeing dirty dishes in my tiny kitchen. I even wash dishes before bed so that I don't have to see dirty dishes first thing in the morning.
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