Do You Ask For Seconds?

United States
January 11, 2007 12:22pm CST
Do you have parents that just knew their way around the kitchen? That knew how to make anything out of everything...and make it taste so good? Were your parents the best chefs ever? Mines are! There is absolutely nothing out there that they could not cook. Amazing, finger licking, belly fulling, got to have seconds and thirds and fourths kind of cooking!!! Now my question is...were you the one to ask for seconds? I was and I still am. How about you?
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6 responses
@citygirl (1081)
• Canada
14 Jan 07
I just have to respond to this. Some times I had seconds my dad was a better cook than mom but I loved them botn. What I am really responding to is the subliminal message. I can clearly see the love you have for your parents and there ways and I just want to comment because it is so nice. Not to many young people, and I take it you are young have that kind of love an respect that you subliminally have for your folks. My hat is off to you. Happy new year and all they best to you.
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• United States
15 Jan 07
Thank you so much for that comment. You are right...I love my parents dearly. I owe them my life. Again...thank you. And all the best to you too!!!
@xXmeganxX (4422)
13 Jan 07
no i definetley don't ask for seconds even if it was the best meal id ever ate, i think i have a small stomach infact becuase after i eat say 4 spoonfuls of something i get so bloated my stomach kills. so no im not a seconds person, lol!
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• United States
15 Jan 07
That's no problem...not many people are seconds kind of people. It's only natural. Thanks for sharing!
@Junig1 (301)
• Barbados
11 Jan 07
I know what you mean, being here in Barbados I miss my mom cooking, she just seem to know exactly how cook anything. My dad was also great, and what made it even better was that my parents generally liked different things so I won everytime....when I go home I am going to make up for all this loss:-)
• United States
15 Jan 07
Same goes to my parents...they had a different taste and style of cooking. It just meant more food for me!!! I could only imagine how much you miss home cooking...I miss everyday (even though I am a very good cook) because I just rather eat my parent's food. Thanks for sharing that!
@AskAlly (3627)
• Canada
15 Jan 07
My mother in law is the awesome cook in the family.. NOt only do I ask for seconds I bug her untill she gives me the recepie or shows me how to make it
@darckj (885)
• Philippines
15 Jan 07
im lucky my parents are just like that! i love my mother's spaghetti! she is also good in preparing filipino dishes like the dinuguan. on the other hand, my father is also a chef in our house. i dont know what is in their tongue that they seem to know what other people's tongue likes! my father hates it when he is cooking and one or two of the ingredients are missing! he wants all that is in the recipe complete. have you tried corned beef, papaya (raw) dish? its good!
@19862004 (431)
• India
15 Jan 07
no my parents are not like that