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    I give the crap bits to DH but only because he doesn't care and would eat almost anything but I wouldn't eat something that's burnt, or grisly, or doesn't look nice, chewy etc etc etc lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennaisme View Post
    Tsh. No. DF is NOT getting my burnt chop. Hells no way. All mine.

    I only eat chops when I go to my best mates and so the more burnt they are, the better they taste. He makes this really good marinade for it, have no idea what, but if it's burnt it's just even tastier.
    Yep totally this! Love a crispy lamb chop

    But I get your point OP and yes I do! Like those coles fresh corn cobs only come in a pack of 4, so I always miss out

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    Usually i like my meat running around still but when it comes to chops - mmmm need to be crunchy and crispy and all that goodness. No WAY is dp getting his hands on them!

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    I don't eat burnt cr@p.


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    The burnt one is mine, DH can have that raw one!

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    I always take the dodgy food for myself, giving the best bits to dh and our dd's. and if there's not enough, I'm the one who misses out. Or if we're out for lunch, and someone doesn't like their menu choice, I will swap, and eat the meal they don't want and let them have mine.

    I'm trying to figure out why I do it? Maybe I should elevate my own status on the pecking order...

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    No, if I've cooked it and burn one, my bad. I get the burnt one. It works both ways though, if Dh is cooking hand has messed one up, he has the worst one. Never happens though as he rarely messes up, that's why he usually cooks the complicated stuff.

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    When I had a dp, I used to give him the darker toast, I like mine with a light tan. I haven't burnt chops yet, but if I did, I'd probably give them to the cats. They are my little garbage disposal units!

    My kids always get the best food, nice shaped corn cobs, etc.. I get the butt end of the garlic bread and stuff.. I also swap with them if they don't like something.. Doesn't phase me. I get even by eating all the red lollies before they even know they're there!
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    My fiancé always get's the burnt chops, only because he knows I hate burnt meat and he will offer to take it, though I would just give it to him either way.

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    In our house theres only the quick and the dead and the burnt choppie tails are definitely hot property (pardon the pun) so from the minute they hit the plates the race is on.. dh is one of the worst offenders for snatching the good bits especially from the kids plates so Hey I get what I can when I can lol


 

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