I have read the same reference to that one shopping trip about half a dozen times, and I am burning with curiosity for the next installment of the story. The week is almost up—when is Gwynnie going to share her experience/reaction/recipes? I want to know what she did with all those limes!
My beef with Cards Against Humanity is that you're basically outsourcing the humor portion of the evening. I prefer games like Loaded Questions, where people make their own jokes.
Ahahahaha, I know a tiny little Blaise.
You are NOT supposed to put butter on a burn. Cool running water!
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@Lemon This is Suze Orman's approach to it as well.
Awwwww! This is so sweet and lovely.
@Theestablishment One thing I do is, I do a lot of the prep work the night before, so all I have to do when I get home from work is throw everything into a pan (or call ahead and have my husband preheat the oven). We switch off nights cooking, so it's not like it consumes my every waking moment.
I cheat by looking at the recipes on Blue Apron's website and using them as a basis for weekly menu planning. Although most of the recipes don't really appeal to me anyway, so this is not a service I would ever use.
There was an Emerald Nuts ad campaign a while back that focused on their initials ("Envious Nomads love... Emerald Nuts") which really spoke to me, because my initials are EN. They never called for my endorsement, though.
@Lily Rowan I grated much much cheese as a child. It's like, the easiest way to involve a kid in making dinner!