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Sunday, September 12, 2010

The Hugeness of my Hatred

Abhore. Detest. Loath. Can't Stand. Dislike Intensely. Opposite of Love. Hatred to the ninth power. Etc. Etc.

These are all words I would use to describe having to cook or bake. Speaking of which. What's the difference? I've never understood it. Either way, a stove is involved, and you get hot and sweaty. Then people come in and devour it in fifteen minutes flat. To me, it is akin to laundry, dishes, and cleaning toilets.

Once is never enough.
You make a big breakfast. As soon as it's cleaned up, you have to start thinking about lunch. You make a decent lunch. As soon as it's cleaned up, you have to start thinking about making dinner. Then you slave away making an awesome dinner, and by the time it is eaten and done, it's time for bed.

I SERIOUSLY don't understand why people love it. It sucks. And I'm not even kidding.

Given this, you will see why I am so proud of myself. I just made this...




And they were delicous...and made my house smell yummy...and everyone loved them...and it was fabulous.


I won't be doing it again for probably another five years (which was the last time I made cinnamon rolls).

So you if want yummy food and someone who doesn't cuss and swear under their breath while they create something delicious for you to eat, all the while cursing heaven above for god creating us so we have to eat three times a day.






:-D The End


Lois D. Brown said...

I like cooking/baking. I just don't like the fact that I have to do it so many freaking times each day and that I am usually the one cleaning it all up. In a perfect world, I'd like to cook/bake 3 times a week and clean after NEVER!

Kristina P. said...

Good for you! I do like to cook and bake. Mostly bake.

But I really won't make anything you have to roll out, so congrats on one-upping me.