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    Quote Originally Posted by Rachel3072 View Post
    That made me LOL. My husband and son are also mortally offended by soup.
    My DH thinks soup is for 'old people' - whatevs! There are a couple of soups I've made that he really liked, but usually he turns his nose up the idea of soup as a main meal

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    Oh I'm so jealous of you girls who have non fussy kids! Mine eat mince, chicken and sausages and then only a few chosen recipes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    My DH thinks soup is for 'old people' - whatevs! :
    I suppose he has a point, Pea & ham, Pumpkin, Minestrone *could* come under the old people banner lol, all yum of course!

    I must admit (especially the broth-based, less chunky) soups, DH will often wonder if the soup's the entree, but if I make a Vietnamese Pho, I bulk it up with heaps of bean sprouts, herbs, noodles and the protein I'm using.

    The kids love helping me fold the dumplings/wontons when we make them, and those types of soups can be pretty filling too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rachel3072 View Post
    That made me LOL. My husband and son are also mortally offended by soup. haha Husband also hates pasta in any form, which is a pain in the bum considering pasta makes an easy cheap meal.

    I wish I had a cooking mojo to lose in the first place...
    He hates pasta????!!! A world without pasta is a world not worth living in.

    Tonight the kids had pasta with some sort of random chicken & veg sauce that I made ages ago and found in the freezer. DH and I are going to make a pineapple and jalapeƱo pizza later. I hurt my back today and have been at Physio and basically hobbling around feeling sorry for myself.

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    My DP hates pasta too. It's so frustrating!

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    My DH hates pasta too! What's with all these crazy people hating pasta!? It really annoys me because pasta is usually such a quick and satisfying dinner option.

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    It must be a male thing, my DH isn't a fan of pasta either. But he dislikes rice even more. So irritating, I could seriously live on pasta, so in a way it's a good thing, as I don't make it that often.

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    I tend to use my slow cooker a lot so I have leftovers to feeeze for lazy nights . There's a great skis cook group on fb


 

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