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dbnc2
Nov 26, 2017
Mystery for today
when I was working in the school cafeteria I hated it when had to do fresh pineapple
wc1agoyal
Sep 18, 2016
Yummy
JAMP124
Sep 2, 2016
Looks like they're snuggling up to one another!
A pineapple tryst?
JAMP124
Aug 7, 2016
I love fresh pineapple!
Genaya
Jul 19, 2016
Like this one and it would be great to have a little slice of it.
TheDuk
Jan 3, 2016
Never did care for pineapples, UNTIL I had a fresh one on Oahu. YUM!
KonaGirl57
Sep 20, 2015
These are two of the major symbols of Hawaii. We have fields of pineapple....and gorgeous beaches. Aloha and blessings to all!
seaview
Jun 2, 2015
All the fruit puzzles make me hungry for fresh fruit but I have no desire to tackle a fresh whole pineapple just for myself. I only use pineapple out of a can in recipes anymore and not often. I sure do things different since I have no kids at home anymore.
I cant seem to even be able to cook for one person without cooking way too much. I felt like I was cooking for a army when my kids were at home and they ate like horses, even the girls. I always wondered how kids could eat so much when most were on the small side.
When my 2 oldest boys stayed a couple weeks or so at their grandparents in the summer my Dad would always say they were eating them out of house and home and couldn't believe how much my kids could eat. I wont forget it with all the cooking I did.
I really do not like cooking for just myself. Anyone else feel that way?
xyxyxyxx
Jun 2, 2015
The grass is always greener Seaview! Sometimes I get so tired of shopping & cooking for my family but I realize my kids will be gone soon and I know I'll miss them terribly. They love fresh pineapple so I bought one last week and chopped it up- but it was awful! No flavor, very little color, I threw it out in the compost pile. Now I have banana bread baking in the oven for their breakfast. I have single friends who cook less often and prepare single-serving meals that they freeze so they don't have to cook so often- hope that helps.
cindyj28
Jun 2, 2015
I so relate to you. I too hate to cook for myself, but sometimes I just have to. the other night a made a chicken stew with just chicken breast. never would have done that when my husband was alive,, but now even that is enough for 2 meals. We have a widows group at out church called "WOW" world of widows. and it is so true. it is a whole new world to be a widow.
JUDY2014
Jun 2, 2015
Seaview,,,, agree.....I find that having dogs helps...they love the leftovers........especially Sauerkraut or Broccoli
darski
Jun 2, 2015
I have been cooking for just myself for almost 25 years and I still hate it. I have learned to just make myself do it but I don't like it. I too always cooked as if the 5th army might pass by and doing one serving is a challenge. I try to cook once for 3 days at least. :D
dbnc2
Jun 2, 2015
Yes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
if I cook I do to much and eat it till it's all gone
when I cook something my son and daughter likes I call them to come eat
they live close by
his grandsons like to eat with me too
Jingles
Jun 2, 2015
I know exactly what you are saying seaview. It's the same for me. It's so hard to cook for one person. I don't care about cooking or the cleaning up afterwards.
cindyj28
Jun 2, 2015
Isn't interesting how we do adapt even when we don't want to. My mom used cook enough for a few days too, but I am not too thrilled with that. I eat a lot of soup and sandwich.
aknan
Jun 2, 2015
Seaview, I cooked 3 meals daily from the age of 12 (I'm 65 now) and frankly, I don't care if I never cook again, whether it's for just me or others! Since I do need to fix my Dearly Beloved a night meal, though, my rule is 30 minutes from start to table. Unless it's pizza, of course.
pixipixil
Jun 2, 2015
Sure. But who can afford to get all premade meals or eat out all the time? My cooking is mostly very simple stuff. It it takes more than a half hour-40 minutes in prep I tend to avoid it. If you have a freezer separate things into single portions and freeze them. It's the only suggestion I can make other than inviting lots of people over.
If I have to eat alone I make sure to have a video to watch or I go online or call someone and put it on speaker-phone.
pixipixil
Jun 2, 2015
I'm not a widow but unless and until my hubby retires I do eat lunches alone. I dread being the "last one left."
marine5153
Jun 2, 2015
Heavens, YES! I cooked for 11 of us for years; now it's just myself! I fed 8 kids, hubby and his dad for many years. I find myself eating out more often than cooking IN.
aussiesapphire
Jun 2, 2015
Love my microwave, makes cooking for one very easy and I did it for 31 years. Now that I have remarried, had to learn to cook for two again lol. And still use the microwave. I have learned to adapt recipes. Hugs to all cooking for one.
aknan
Jun 2, 2015
Seaview, a teenager can easily eat 1 & 1/2 times as much food as an adult. It's all the growing they're doing - bones, skin, nerves, brain.
jiggler
Jun 3, 2015
Actually, I rather like it: no hassles from others (I'm a vegetarian), and I can eat when I feel like it (though that can get weird - morning tea at midday, main meal anytime from 1.30 to 5!!!!! ). And no-one moaning "Not rabbit food again! "
pixipixil
Jun 3, 2015
I love the wide openness of your schedule. My husband wants his supper at 5:45 on the dot. If I'm late he starts snacking and that makes his weight problems my fault!
CatLadyOKC
Jun 3, 2015
Akan, both of my kids were swimmers from about age 9 thru HS, and they can eat way more than that, was hard to learn to just cook for the 2 of us after they left home. I think the cat now eats more than either of us. Have a great day to all, sure is nice to see the sun again!!!
aknan
Jun 3, 2015
CatLady, if the kids are swimmers, you might as well open a private grocery to keep them filled up!
tomandray
Jun 4, 2015
With 56 years of cooking under my belt, I really don't enjoy cooking full meals anymore. More into making small lunch plate meals. Reduced the amount I eat, feel much better. I make more "cold" meals during the summer, easier. When I do cook, I'll make enough for 3 days and I store the remainder in the freezer. When I cook for company, I do a chicken. The remainder I make chicken salad and then soup with the frame and remainder of the meat, add veggies and herbs. I have soup for at least 4 days.
seaview
Jun 4, 2015
I think I am going to try the suggestions on here of freezing the xtras. Might even try what I remember my Mom doing years ago. She saved some tv dinner trays and washed them out and made her own tv dinners out of home cooked meals from xtras and covered them with something and put in freezer and when she wanted one she would pop in the oven and it was better because it was all home made. I cant remember what the wrapping was she used though but it wasn't saran wrap or anything meltable in oven. Maybe it was foil, I don't know. What is there that you can wrap it good and freeze and leave it on and pop in oven with same wrap? Cant think of anything but foil but doesn't seem like foil would protect it good in freezer. Any suggestions out there?
CatLadyOKC
Jun 4, 2015
Seaview, probably was foil, for the TV diners I sometime put a piece of saran under it if it has tomatoes, then take it out before cooking. Usually use either freezer paper or the freezer bags you can pull the air out of, for long term or for soups, etc. the pt. & qt. carton with screw on lids (I make it extra thick and add additional liquid when I reheat it.) I also like to make extra hamburger patties and put wax paper between them & then freeze in one if the bags, that way I can get out just as many I need. Hope this will give you some ideas...also like my corning ware with the tight covers to freeze things in I have some that are just one portion and make a great way to put leftovers in that I can reheat in the microwave.
pixipixil
Jun 4, 2015
I double wrap. First foil then throw it in a zip loc bag.
JUDY2014
Jun 5, 2015
Pixi...I do the same...Even when I order pizza.
I wrap each piece in foil then zip loc bag...when I need a piece I just pop it in the toaster oven for about 8 min..350 degrees..I lay the pizza on the foil in the oven..........whalla.......hot pizza......
pixipixil
Jun 5, 2015
Same here. Exactly what I do but I bake it at 400 at least. Sometimes I give it a broil boost at the end but you have to watch it if you do as it burns quickly.
JUDY2014
Jun 6, 2015
Pixi.............haha cant tell you how many times I ate black pizza..........
Perturbed8
Jun 6, 2015
I feel the same way. Kids are grown and gone and it's so hard to cook just for myself after cooking for six. Most times I just eat whatever is around or soup,
marine5153
Jul 15, 2015
Yep; I had 8 kids and 1 in-law besides hubby and self to cook for. I thought I would NEVER see the day when fixing a meal just for the two of us. But, alas, it is now just myself. I eat out more often than cooking. I'd hate to be shopping for groceries for 11 people these days!
pixipixil
Jul 15, 2015
You'd have to be a millionaire or on food stamps...or own a farm.
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