I Want Proof

Thursday, March 29, 2007

Rob used to cook a lot. I mean a lot a lot. When he was groing up, he was usually responsible for cooking for his family, resulting in his ability to use fresh veggies, bake fresh loaves of bread from scratch, and - miracles of miracles - bake pie crusts and other fanciful desserts. He says he would put famous bakers and dessert chefs to shame, and make 'em cry for their mommas.

So how come in three years time I have never seen this?

I mean, he can grill up a mean steak, do an awesome blue cheese burger, has done a bread pudding once. He even banged out a rockin' Thanksgiving turkey but that's pretty much it. Overall, I'm starting to have my doubts.

Especially in the baking department of his story. Apparently When I told him I had never seen him make bread and to prove his claimed ability he said he had and that I was crazy. He was insulted at my conviction. My response?

“The bread machine and the box mix don’t count, babe.”

“Oh… well still. I can.” And he walked away.

Seriously, I want proof.


  1. Yeah Rob. Easter is a commin'. It's time to strut your stuff!

  2. Well if he ever does decide to show off his cooking prowess you must take pictures!

  3. Now that sounds like a challenge if ever I heard one!

  4. Yes we definitely need visual proof and your taste test critical comments along with it, good or bad!

  5. I concur with Jennifer. I want to see pictures as well. You are so good at taking them, Garrett!

  6. If he's so fancy with the bread-making, let's see a picture of some Easter "challah"...I don't think the bread machine can pull that one off;-)-K

  7. lol, I would want proof too! But you have to admit, his confidence is pretty sexy. :)

    Ari (Baking and Books)


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