Toddlers’ Cooking show.
Babbaaaabaa duh squeal! (trans: Bananas! YUM!) Recipe follows: Take bananas. Squish them and eat with or without spoon.
You’re an ADULT! Why are you squishing your bananas? Duh. It’s CALLED a SMOOTHY!
Buk Buk Buk gmy ah ah? (trans: Are we having chicken?) Recipe follows: Take chicken, boil the crap out of it. Add copious amounts of salt, cut it up and put it in a jar.
But you’re an ADULT! Why are you cubing your chicken? Duh. It’s called CHICKEN SALAD!
Googie!!! (Cookie!) Recipe follows: anything round gets dipped in milk and eaten by children with less than the required amount of teeth.
You’re an ADULT! You have the required number of teeth. Why are you dipping your cookie? BECAUSE IT TASTES GOOD.
I cannot believe this is the subject of a radio poll. If it’s food and it tastes good, why does it have to be relegated by age?
- Only old people can like liver and onions
- Only old snobby people can like caviar
- Only 10 year olds can request mac and cheese
- No one is allowed to make peanut butter marshmallow sandwiches
- Adults must not indulge in popsicles or cotton candy
There comes a time in your life when you do not have permission to eat what you want. When is that time? When there’s too much salt, when you have food allergies, when you’re 200 pounds overweight. What is the limit? No fast food, no pop! That ISN’T food; it’s a means of quelling talking tummies until you can get the real thing. No you can’t eat that whole bag of M & M’s.
But Panera has 3 different macaroni and cheese dishes. Red Lobster offers a macaroni and cheese lobster dish. Every health food restaurant offers smoothies…processed bananas, but they add protein powder and spinach. Chicken cubes and beef cubes are on salads and mixed in with sandwiches.
So if you want to dip your cookie in your milk, that is not a crime, and if it isn’t bad for you, why must it be relegated to the kid’s food category?
Dip your cookie in your milk if you want.