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My retired husband always wants to be helpful, so I appreciate his offerings to help in the kitchen. He's the best slicer, mincer, grater I know, and I love him dearly!
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Souse Chef

posted at 10/6/2008 5:03 AM EDT
Posts: 6
First: 9/30/2008
Last: 10/20/2008
My retired husband always wants to be helpful, so I appreciate his offerings to help in the kitchen. He's the best slicer, mincer, grater I know, and I love him dearly!

Re: Souse Chef

posted at 5/6/2011 7:39 AM EDT
Posts: 959
First: 1/30/2010
Last: 1/22/2013
That's great to have a helper to do the prep work for cooking.

Re: Souse Chef

posted at 5/6/2011 8:38 AM EDT
Posts: 1201
First: 9/10/2008
Last: 4/15/2014
My husband is the BEST sous chef there is!!!  He knows exactly how I work!  Nope, not trading him for a newer model any time soon!

Re: Souse Chef

posted at 5/6/2011 1:25 PM EDT
Posts: 1417
First: 10/26/2009
Last: 3/15/2014
I'm jealous. My husband stays out of the kitchen and won't even try to learn how to help. I tell everyone he's "allergic" to the kitchen, but boy can he eat. lol

Re: Souse Chef

posted at 5/17/2011 11:01 PM EDT
Posts: 1400
First: 8/9/2008
Last: 6/2/2013
My husband used to be able to do a lot more to help me in the kitchen before his MS.  He still does what he can, but can't do a lot.  Love him for his help that he can give.