“You’re a good cook,” David said, “so much better than my mother.”
His mother lacked imagination and the Internet, so she couldn’t look up recipes on a whim. Just the same old thing week after week.
Part of the problem was her husband, who was very conservative when it came to food. I remember inviting him to dinner when his wife was in the hospital. He did NOT like the spaghetti with meat sauce I served him. His idea of acceptable cuisine was meat and potatoes. Definitely not spaghetti.
What would he have said about my shrimp and zucchini stir-fry?
Tonight, David and I are going to dine at Champa Thai, our favorite Thai restaurant in Hawaii. My in-laws would not have liked Thai cuisine:
Thank goodness David is like me and not like them. Being world travelers, we eat the food that the natives eat in their respective countries. Why eat a hamburger in a place like Hong Kong: