my mom would try to "spice her cooking up" and try make chesseburger chowder, and sometimes taco chowder... i hated that with so many passions. i dislike burgers to this day. but i'm trying to get use to the taco one.
Not really, I'm not a fussy eater. But when I was younger we used to quite often have 'fish in white sauce' it was this boil in the bag deal and it was just really dull. Oh and I admit whenever my mum puts together a stew I'm not fond of it as it tends to just be really watery and doesn't taste of much.
My aunt (who raised my sisters and I) used to cut up pork steaks and fry them with zucchini. It wasn't that she was a bad cook, but she always overcooked the squash until it was mushy and gelatinous.
Oh, and fried catfish! When I was seven, my parents divorced and (mom kinda kidnapped us) we lived on the river for almost a year. We would catch catfish everyday (doing the cleaning ourselves) and had to eat it almost every night. To this day I can't stand the taste of catfish! I also hate fishing.
I definitely had an 'interesting' childhood. She also parked our car on the train tacks with the intention of taking her life and ours when my sisters and I were almost 3 (little sister 1 1/2). Obviously we survived and they do say childhood trauma builds character!
I always hate whenever my mom decides to make shepherd's pie or potato soup. But the worst offender by far is this stew (or whatever the fuck it is) she sometimes makes that has potatoes, carrots, and other vegetables. I don't think I ever actually tried, but I just know I'm not going to like it. It looks revolting like vomit and I can't STAND the smell of it!
Self-EpidemicFeatured By OwnerJan 12, 2013Professional Digital Artist
I really like salmon, but I really hate repetitive food, me and my dad love trying new foods out, but mum is very much stuck in her ways, and so I have jacket potatoes every week, boiled potatoes, beans and chicken. Every single day of the week.