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To want to drown DH in a vat of marinade

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itsbeingsofearful Wed 14-Oct-09 16:59:08

For more than a decade now I have served up spare ribs in a complex, delicious marinade of tomatoes, garlic, honey, thyme, etc.

DH asks tonight if I would like him to make dinner. "Ooh that would be nice," I say, "I was going to do the spare ribs, but they will need a sauce."

"That's no problem," he answers "Don't you just pour a tin of tomatoes over them".

So AIBU.

eyetunes Wed 14-Oct-09 17:00:36

YANBU

AKMD Wed 14-Oct-09 17:03:39

Yup, my husband managed to cook tea backwards last night. Absolutely clueless.

LaurieFairyCake Wed 14-Oct-09 17:19:32

mine's the same hmm

is unable entirely to notice complex flavours - my pasta sauce has about 14 ingredients - he reckons it's a Sainsburys Basics tin of chopped tomatoes.

WhereYouLeftIt Wed 14-Oct-09 17:20:22

Let him do it his way. He will then fully appreciate your skill. (but maybe keep the takeaway menu to hand)

DorotheaPlentighoul Wed 14-Oct-09 17:20:39

YANBU

itsbeingsofearful Wed 14-Oct-09 17:27:36

AKMD. Backwards? How?

It's not so much that he has no palate, but what if he thinks that of every culinary gem that I create grin.

What if he's been thinking all these years that I'm skulking in the kitchen just to avoid doing anything else. I mean how long does it take to open a can of tomatoes?

No wonder he didn't get my SAHM moans.

etchasketch Wed 14-Oct-09 17:29:38

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

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