If we’re being honest with each other here (which I hope by now we can be), then you know as much as I love cooking that even I don’t get a wholesome dinner on the table every single night. Some nights I just don’t feel like cooking. Other nights we just get home too late. And of course there’s the nights where the meat doesn’t thaw by the time I need to start cooking, I forgot to plug in the crockpot, or we aren’t hungry for a full meal. It’s happened to the best of us, multiple times.
Growing up, my mom was very verbal about things she did and did not like. In turn, that made my sister and I very vocal about the things that we didn’t like either (usually, it was things that she didn’t like, because well, if she wasn’t making them, we didn’t get the chance to try them). Even with that, chili was something that she made often; however, I always refused to eat it. Part of that was because my parents made it with venison and I refused to eat that.
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