What The F*ck Should You Make For Dinner?

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  • http://www.ADHDRollercoaster.org gina pera

    lol! Thanks for the laugh, Chef Jeff. I needed one today — just seeing the title on the blog-post notice. lol!

  • http://blogs.psychcentral.com/adhd-zoe/about/ Zoe Kessler

    My goodness, that was a bit of a shock. I’m feeling like a prude Canadian now…and I thought I was so hip! Jeepers creepers! (blush)

  • http://addmsorboth.blogspot.com/ Scott Hutson

    I can’t help it, I have to say it> Pulled Pork! ;)

  • Betsy

    That is funny. When I was a farm kid growing up with a too-big family in a too-small house for four ADD kids, my ADD mother made three meals a day every day for forever. I think the stress levels were what kept her on time and on task.

    About once a year it must have got the better of her because we had what was called, “Dairy Supper.” Why, I am still not sure, but it was pretty much breakfast. Cold cereal, applesauce (she made it), raisins (these were luxury items and not everyday fare), maybe some other fruit. We LOVED it. No vegetables.

    • Jeff

      No farms in Brooklyn, NY. But we also had dairy night. That meant, you were on your own. There would be bagels and stuff to put on it. You could have cold cereal if you liked. My father would have blintzes and sour cream (or applesauce).

      • http://addmsorboth.blogspot.com/ Scott Hutson

        My Mom was a great cook! She cooked every night, even though she worked 5 days a week as a Loan Closer at an Abstract co. (stressfull job). But when I turned 14 and started working(dishwasher/bus-boy)so I could pay for my motorcycle, I was never there for dinner, even on my nights off, I would’nt be there. But I could always depend on a plate she made for me, and put in fridge, when I got home.

        That may be why I still love to eat left-overs(I am the cook now at my house). I can just open my freezer or fridge when I get around to eating about 9 0r 10 pm usally, and microwave a meal. My Wife’s and my working hours are different, so it very seldom happens that we dine together.

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