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My mother never could cook, we can remember as children living during some challenging times, we would have hamburgers that were the size of hockey pucks and a hard as nail. Mom would not only burn ha
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Burnt but a memory

posted at 10/19/2008 2:22 PM EDT
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My mother never could cook, we can remember as children living during some challenging times, we would have hamburgers that were the size of hockey pucks and a hard as nail. Mom would not only burn hamburgers, she would burn chicken, soups, and even toast. Today she is gone but those are still found memories and we (children) laugh at it today, but I wonder just how many children today are building these stories. Home cooking is important and must be encourage.

Re: Burnt but a memory

posted at 8/24/2011 7:48 AM EDT
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I hope your Mom being a terrible cook inspired you to be a great cook.  My Mom overcooked everything.  It was not quite burned... but it was VERY done!   LOL

Re: Burnt but a memory

posted at 8/24/2011 8:22 AM EDT
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oh my I hope you got to cook some of the time growing up

Re: Burnt but a memory

posted at 8/24/2011 4:49 PM EDT
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I don't know if it was just my Mom's way of cooking or not, but all the meat she made for our meals was always w-a-y over-cooked and dry also. In fact, I didn't enjoy eating meat while growing up because I was always choking on it. lol It wasn't until I was married and started cooking the meals that I discovered how good meats could be when cooked on the rare side.

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