My SO does ALL of the cooking, when my mom needs advice she calls him, when dinner needs to be made i wait until he gets home because he doesnt want me experimenting with his tummy. lol
which is great, hey, whatever
i have a son, 6mos, i make his baby food which is so simple, puree everything
but when he gets older I want to be able to cook for him too, i dont want to have to heat something pre made by my SO because he works late 2-3days a week.
should I? I want to but I just dont know.
I love to bake, not cakes tho, but all other pastries thats my specialty
everything else is a dud...lol
Answer by momto2boys973 at 1:45 PM on May. 28, 2010
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Answer by PrydferthMenyw at 7:24 AM on May. 27, 2010
If it's coming up with recipes that is your problem, you could use recipezaar.com, they have a rating system. When I get recipes online I will only go for 4 start and up reviews. A lot of the reviews will tell you if they substituted anything or if they used something a little extra. They always turn out good.
If giving the cooking all of your attention is the issue and you tend to burn things a lot, then possibly have your baby in the kitchen (away from anything dangerous), in like an exersaucer or something, or you might just have to give it a little more time until he can be a little more independent and self entertaining for a few minutes while you whip up some dinner. Young babies take a lot of time and focus, and sometimes cooking doesn't work out so well. Or you could do stuff in the crock pot. Throw it in in the morning and forget it until dinner time.
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