Dating meatloafs daughter
I still have one daughter at home but her tastes have a pretty small range – not enough for an adventurous cook Mama. Just look at what she had to say about Chocolate Cake!
As you can probably guess, I love to cook and I was SO EXCITED to have someone to cook for again.
She also made a couple of inappropriate comments to me during our first meeting.
When I mention to Brian that I don’t think it’s a healthy “friendship,” he becomes defensive.
By the way, the cookbooklet set also contains a tasty recipe for turkey meatloaf for those who have sworn off red meat, which clearly I haven’t. ground beef 1 cup seasoned Italian bread crumbs 1/2 cup finely chopped onion 1/3 cup ketchup 1/3 cup water 1 teaspoon garlic powder 2 eggs Pepper to taste Salt, if desired 4 strips bacon, if desired Heat oven to 350 F. DEAR ABBY: I have been dating “Brian” for five months.
Brian helps her with school projects, and they go to lunch, walk on the beach, text/talk on the phone, go on bike rides, go hiking, etc. I have met Allison and I think her behavior is a little too flirtatious for a daughter/father relationship.
In the past few months, I’ve accepted that Mama really does know best (doesn’t she always?
DEAR ABBY: My stepmother had a recipe for meatloaf that she found in your column years ago. In large bowl, combine all ingredients except bacon. Arrange bacon strips on top of meat mixture, if desired. We are very compatible and have discussed spending the rest of our lives together. The deal breaker for me is his “daughter” (“Allison”), who is actually the daughter of a friend of his.If that’s not feasible, you can always cut your losses and run, but not right now.