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Discussion in 'Women's Public Fellowship Forum' started by SaggyWoman, Sep 21, 2008.
Usually six, but sometimes less. It depends on my hubby's schedule, and how late he works.
I put down 6 but some weeks it's 7, some it's 6, some it's as low as 5. In the summer we BBQ more and DH does that but I still have to prepare the food, do the sides and have it ready so all he does is BBQ it. I'll count that as me cooking. It's kind of like me putting the chicken in the oven. :laugh:
I cook at least 6 nights a week. I also make hubby's lunch everyday.
I usually make supper, 6 days a week. Breakfast and lunch 7 days.
I home school my grandson so he is here for all 3 meals, plus I pack DH's lunch.
I don't cook dinner. I cook supper.
We usually have take-out on Friday or Saturday night.
Since I'm at work from 4 pm to midnight (which some would consider a "night shift," but where I work it's called the evening shift since "night shift" them is the midnight to 8 am shift), I'm not at home to cook.
Does cooking a "Lean Cusine" meal in the company-provided microwave oven count as "cooking" in this poll?
Every single night! However, I don't normally make breakfast or lunch. Everyone can get that themselves, but they do get a really nice dinner.
And an occasional breakfast/lunch. Usually they have to ask for that though, and say please. :laugh:
:applause: Well it is just me and I can either have a drink or a weeny meal courtesy of my stomach band ( a choke hold on the stomach to counteract rampant obesity)....it is usually about 6 crackers and dip, or a jacket potato or something similar....I get bit tired of it but I love not being huge any more:applause:
Okay I guess I'm SPOILED (but don't tell anybody)
I cook Mondays Tuesday and Thursday (most of the time) Sometime my husband does (but not a lot) Wednesday we eat at Church. And my husband does MOST of the cooking Friday night and Weekends!! He LOVES to cook he makes Homemade bread, he BUILDS Lasagna (his words) he even makes Apple butter (with Splinda) He cans and wins at the fair.
I cook 5 or 6 nights a week. Sometimes Robert wants to eat out, or sometimes we eat at church on Wednesday night, and soemtimes we just heat left overs(not wasting anything)