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L’s Cooking Dinner…

Posted on: May 11, 2010

L has been wanting to cook for me for some time now.  He’s pulled together recipes and we went shopping for the ingredients and let me tell you…grocery shopping was adventure of its own.  Bless his little heart, but that guy can not do anything small.  He’s never cooked and he decides he’s going to make Chicken Scallopine.  I think it took us about an hour of wondering the store with L asking me questions that made me wonder if my acting skills were gonna be good enough if this meal took  wrong turn.  Questions such as…”Do you think I could substitute chipotle for cayenne pepper?”  Now, I am not a chef by all means.  I do cook for L quite often but it’s pretty basic 4 ingredients kinda stuff ya know.  In fact, my George Foreman grill and I have a very close relationship.  Anyhow…so when he asked me about the chipotle…well, I thought that was just a kind of sauce.  I’m no help.  But I have to admit…he did pretty well.  He had a few hiccups but all in all, it was a great meal. (Except he forgot to make a side and he was very disappointed about it! lol He’s too cute!)  And couple days later he gave it another go and made chicken parmasagna which was pretty amazing.  He’s good at everything dang him! 🙂

Chicken Scallopine  


And did I mention I made him a Chef’s hat for the occasion?


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