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catabryna Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Feb-20-11 04:36 PM
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2. Well, I'm not looking for a husband...
I've been through two of them... one I willingly left, and one who was unwillingly taken away from me. My son has high-functioning autism, so it's even more important to me that he learn to take care of himself. He's 10 and I'm nearly 46. I could be hit by a bus any day now. :)

But, just because your child is a spaniel, doesn't mean you don't have a "kid-friendly" recipe to share. Any suggestions?
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  -I've been teaching my 10 year old son to cook... catabryna  Feb-20-11 03:26 PM   #0 
  - Good for you.  Denninmi   Feb-20-11 04:17 PM   #1 
  - Well, I'm not looking for a husband...  catabryna   Feb-20-11 04:36 PM   #2 
  - my former husband's "shtick" in the kitchen is to cook wildly...  grasswire   Feb-20-11 04:37 PM   #3 
  - I can understand that...  catabryna   Feb-20-11 07:45 PM   #13 
  - Denninmi  trud   Aug-14-11 08:13 AM   #51 
  - an omelet is always a useful thing  grasswire   Feb-20-11 04:55 PM   #4 
  - We've covered the grill cheese sandwich...  catabryna   Feb-20-11 06:28 PM   #6 
  - Oh, and we've also done a frittata  catabryna   Feb-20-11 06:31 PM   #7 
  - Nice idea. You may enjoy these, Cooking w Dexter, from NYT.  elleng   Feb-20-11 05:57 PM   #5 
  - Great link...  catabryna   Feb-20-11 06:32 PM   #8 
  - Focusing more on techniques than recipes  Duer 157099   Feb-20-11 06:56 PM   #9 
  - We made homemade spaghetti sauce a couple of days ago...  catabryna   Feb-20-11 07:43 PM   #12 
  - Excellent advice! Add making rice to the list...  Phentex   Feb-21-11 06:06 AM   #24 
     - IMNSHO, the automation provided by a rice cooker is well worth the money spent.  Tesha   Feb-21-11 12:32 PM   #29 
        - rice  trud   Aug-14-11 08:17 AM   #52 
  - My grandsons helped us make pasta  Tesha   Feb-20-11 07:18 PM   #10 
  - We made homemade pasta ravioli  catabryna   Feb-20-11 07:41 PM   #11 
  - Quesadillas!  cbayer   Feb-20-11 08:00 PM   #14 
  - Awesome idea...  catabryna   Feb-20-11 08:47 PM   #17 
  - My pre-teen godson has a real interest in cooking  beac   Feb-20-11 08:36 PM   #15 
  - My son likes scallops...  catabryna   Feb-20-11 08:54 PM   #18 
     - If it's mega-calories you want, that breakfast casserole is a winner!  beac   Feb-20-11 09:11 PM   #20 
  - How about  KC   Feb-20-11 08:38 PM   #16 
  - We made lima bean soup last week...  catabryna   Feb-20-11 08:56 PM   #19 
  - LOL. I didn't see your post when I replied above.  beac   Feb-20-11 09:12 PM   #21 
     - Avocados...  catabryna   Feb-20-11 09:18 PM   #22 
  - My mom "showed me around " the kitchen by having me work on stuff I liked.  pinto   Feb-21-11 01:04 AM   #23 
  - Oh, meatballs, good idea.  catabryna   Feb-22-11 06:10 AM   #36 
  - Meatballs are fun. And they can be any number of combinations.  pinto   Feb-22-11 06:09 PM   #45 
  - Wow.  pengillian101   Nov-28-11 12:23 AM   #63 
  - Breads...  Tesha   Feb-21-11 06:10 AM   #25 
  - Great ideas....  catabryna   Feb-22-11 06:12 AM   #37 
  - Eggs!  Tesha   Feb-21-11 06:20 AM   #26 
  - This thread warms my heart!...  Phentex   Feb-21-11 08:08 AM   #27 
  - I enjoy cooking...  catabryna   Feb-22-11 06:17 AM   #39 
  - I started my kids off with basics like how to cook pasta, fry hamburgers,  Arkansas Granny   Feb-21-11 09:48 AM   #28 
  - I taught my son how to cook, clean and sew buttons  Monique1   Feb-21-11 08:06 PM   #30 
     - My son has poor small motor skills  catabryna   Feb-22-11 06:06 AM   #35 
     - I raised my sons and my daughter in an "equal opportunity" household.  Arkansas Granny   Feb-22-11 07:51 AM   #41 
     - Such an interesing upbringing!  pengillian101   Nov-27-11 01:47 AM   #62 
     - Monique1  trud   Feb-22-11 08:10 AM   #43 
     - delected  trud   Aug-14-11 08:20 AM   #53 
  - I've been trying to pass along "technique" tips ...  Arugula Latte   Feb-21-11 08:32 PM   #31 
  - Had him start whisking eggs a  catabryna   Feb-22-11 06:15 AM   #38 
     - Put some milk and baking powder in your scrambled eggs.  Manifestor_of_Light   Feb-23-11 04:23 PM   #46 
  - Well, I am not teaching anyone, but I have an idea.  pengillian101   Feb-22-11 03:14 AM   #32 
  - I use "allrecipes" for things  catabryna   Feb-22-11 06:18 AM   #40 
  - My Grandma taught me in the 1950's.  pengillian101   Feb-22-11 03:33 AM   #33 
  - Heehee...  catabryna   Feb-22-11 06:01 AM   #34 
  - toll house cookies  trud   Feb-22-11 08:08 AM   #42 
  - Macaroni and cheese, with butter, cheese and white sauce  japple   Feb-22-11 10:07 AM   #44 
  - deviled eggs, cupcakes, egg in a hole, grilled tuna fish/cheese sandwich  Melissa G   Feb-26-11 05:54 PM   #47 
  - more thoughts about cooking  Melissa G   Feb-26-11 07:50 PM   #48 
  - I don't mean to sound mean, honestly!  pengillian101   Aug-14-11 12:43 AM   #50 
  - My 8 year old grandson has been cooking with me for a few years  randr   Mar-03-11 08:29 AM   #49 
  - My 4 yo grandson has started helping me. He mostly puts ingredients in the bowl  Arkansas Granny   Aug-14-11 10:07 AM   #54 
  - Depending on the age...  laylah   Aug-14-11 01:01 PM   #55 
  - My friend's three year old daughter used to push a chair over to the stove, climb up  Warpy   Aug-23-11 12:30 PM   #57 
  - i wouldn't be as good without you, my mommy  fizzgig   Aug-26-11 01:57 AM   #58 
  - I was about ten when my mom..  Hotler   Aug-22-11 08:45 PM   #56 
  - Similar here!  pengillian101   Nov-28-11 12:42 AM   #64 
  - Learning how to build a really good sandwich is fun  eleny   Aug-28-11 04:32 PM   #59 
  - My parents' first priority was teaching me how to make coffee the way they liked it  no_hypocrisy   Aug-29-11 01:11 PM   #60 
  - I am teaching my niece  Mojorabbit   Aug-29-11 04:07 PM   #61 
 

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