Friday, February 02, 2007

"Dinner time, oh... forget it."


Today I worked all day and was starving when I got home. I wanted some nice hot beef stew, so that's what I made. I must have been anxious to eat because I served up 4 delicious bowls of hot stew, with a piece of crusty garlic bread to go with each bowl. I very quickly discovered that the veggies weren't cooked completely (grrr...), so back into the pot went all 4 bowls (the rest of my family hadn't tried theirs yet). Back into the family room we all went to wait. It was torture, and I felt like I starved my poor family! It sure was YUMMY when we finally got to eat, but I ate so fats (oops, that was supposed to say fast, but I thought the typo was funny) and so much that now I feel guilty.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Does anyone really care about Rachel's uncooked stew? I think you guys need to start putting pressure on her to write about interesting things...like her wonderful, loving, and extremely handsome husband for example.

Rachel said...

Hmmm...I wonder who left that comment....

Priscilla said...

We must be thinking alike...we had stew last night. It was cooked all the way through!

Rachel said...

This is the 1st time this has happened to me. I think I was just too anxious because I was so hungry. It seemed like it was cooking forever!

Martha said...

I made beef stew this past Sunday. It was yummy! I hadn't made stew in so long! Last night we had chili (again). It was yummy too.

By the way, I think Rachel is doing a great job on her blog. And who says her husband is handsome?

Martha said...

I didn't say he wasn't, I was just wondering who said he was.

Dave said...

Yea. I was wondering, too. Why would someone say something like that and then not leave their name?