Good answer, Earl, or tomorrow you may be eating Muffin’s food.
That would explain the sudden urges to run to the terlet.
Do NOT antagonize the cook!
C’mon Earl, man up!! Say it’s just getting worse every day!!
Incentive for dieting.
Earl should not start things that he cannot finish.
Earl just take a turn cooking or be quiet .
When I went to Jasper National Park, I found a Polish restaurant with delicious cabbage rolls and I had them every day I was there.
Stuffed cabbage is one of my favorite meals and in my mouth day three is the best. I can judge even a day four, as the pot ran empty. I really wish my wife would go to the trouble more often.
Please don’t suggest I do the honors, you’ve never eaten my cooking. My skills are to pay the check and leave a good tip.
The local store has cabbage rolls in tomato sauce stuffed with beef. Called Pigs in the blanket or Golumpkis !
Children: This is what’s known as a “Strategic Move.” (AKA – a Retreat!)
Better to have the cabbage roll in your mouth and not your foot, Earl!
Time to learn how to cook..???
Nice save Earl.
My grandma’s holubky were always better on day three.
I make them in a batch and have them for 4 or 5 days. Yummy!
I’m the cook in the house. We rarely eat the same meal two days in a row. I’m glad I don’t live with Opal. Plus….cabbage rolls? Ugh!
Cabbage stinks the first day you make it. Then it just gets worse. Then there’s the stink from the farts from eating it.
Some dishes/foods get better on day 2 or day 3. Let those apices/flavors wrestle with each other for awhile and they just get tastier!
An adequate save. Clearly not fully believed. Wive have this sixth sense for insincerity.
Come on Opal! Are you getting lazy?
You can take your turn at cooking, Earl! Should prove interesting…
Looks like they shop at Costco.
Opal made to much of it for the two of them.
Well, the sulfur farts certainly don’t.
If you make that much, use some for dinner and freeze the rest. Then you can have it another day and it’ll be fresher.
“My god, that’s Moose Turd Pie! Sure is good though.”
My husband and most of my children are not fans of leftovers… I, however, could eat the same thing every day with no problem.
Now I want halupki.
Leftovers: aren’t they just wonderful when you can think of nothing else to eat?
Mmm – mmm cabbage rolls done just right are good for a week.
My mother taught us, “It’s a sin to waste food.” (And this was the only thing we ever heard her declare to be a sin, so we knew it was a biggie.)
My wife and I both love leftovers — what’s better than enjoying a good meal a second time?
Since it’s easier not to cook as often, I prepare as much now (empty-nesters) as when we were raising our two kids and could count on anywhere from four to five at our dinner table. We often plan on a dish being two meals (two dinners, or a dinner and a lunch) or more, depending on what it is.
There are many ways to jazz up leftovers — additional seasonings, vegetables, cheese, etc.
Wonder if Opal has withstood the nightly toot-fest!!! Lol
Quick save, Earl!
Way to cover up that remark Earl.