I don't serve the few things that Dh really hates, and after that, the kitchen and meal decisions are mine to rule.
And, to be fair, I've sneaked in things that he didn't like a handful of times, and he dealt with it well.
For example, he has always hated tuna casserole. One day, I made one my way, and he said that it was pretty good. I was proud of that moment. :-)
(He'd only had it with mayo mixed into the tuna, and chips on top, maybe hunks of celery. Blech!
I used cream of chicken - or another similar Campbell's concentrated soup, frozen peas, topped with French fried onions from the can, tuna of course, and added some cheese. After the first time, we made it a couple more times, but with chicken.) :-)
I am the one who has always asked everyone if there's anything particular that they wanted on the menu in a given week or month. We didn't eat out all that much, and it seemed fair that people got something that they wanted for meals. I would hear everything from Rice 'a Roni, to waffles.
I love your farmer's breakfasts. No, a breakfast like that should be hearty, with large portions.
Me, too, re: baking bread.
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