Re: Steel-Cut Oats
- From: I am Tosk <justwaitafrekinminute@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 1 Feb 2010 13:39:15 -0500
In article <s83em5lq5k7fq08hhc8b7bq18hcvurrkjr@xxxxxxx>,
On Mon, 01 Feb 2010 10:29:56 -0500, "Jean B." <jbxyz@xxxxxxx> wrote:
My dislike stems back to my childhood, when my mother made lumpy
CoW, with little disguise. If one dIidn't consume it at breakfast,
that bowl would continue to appear at meals until it was gone. Ugh.
Sure, almost anything can be disguised with adequate dark brown
sugar, maple syrup, etc. But why ingest all of those empty
calories when there are so many other more-palatable (from a
subjective standpoint) things to eat?
That's my feeling too. If I dislike something so much I need to cover
the taste up with something else why bother. I feel the same way
about yellow squash. I detest it. People say load it up with xxxx.
I say screw that. I'll have something I like without having to cover
the nastiness up. I'm far from a fussy eater and there's only a few
things I don't like so why bother with the few when there's so many
things I love to eat.
It's like Bluefish around here. Everyone has a recipe that starts with
the words, "well it tastes good if..." That's usually when I stop
somebody. If the recipe starts with "if" anything, I probably have a
problem with it. Like Brussels Sprouts!
Scotty, seriously, I do like blue fish if... think poppers;)
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