My wife really likes this blog, Pioneer Woman. I’m pretty sure it’s her favorite blog (with mine coming in a close 42). Pioneer Woman is a great beautiful looking blog and I can definitely see the appeal.
One of the really cool things I like about Pioneer Woman is that its author, Ree Drummond teaches you how to cook meals. The recipes are awesome and the photography is top notch.
Such a shame that there’s not too many daddy bloggers doing this kind of thing. (Actually, there probably are, but I’m too lazy to Google them). So I thought, why don’t I share some of my vast culinary knowledge with my readership?
I’ve decided to start a new feature here, Cooking With Chef Blogger Dad, in which I’ll be sharing some of my kitchen mastery with you every week or so. Enjoy!
Our first meal – a Peanut Butter Sandwich
Step 1: You’ll need a slice or two of bread, a knife and peanut butter (preferably bird feces free). I’m not really too hungry, so I’m going to have a half sandwich.
Step 2: Open peanut butter, insert knife. For this step, you want a decent butter knife, not too sharp, with just the right amount of curve to the tip.
Step 3: Spread peanut butter on bread. There is a technique here which requires years of mastery …
Step 4: … a mastery which I’ve not yet quite mastered.
Step 5: Curse at yourself for the monstrosity you’ve created. Something along the lines of, “I’m a grown man and I can’t even spread peanut – F@%#ing – butter on bread!”
Step 6: Make another sandwich. For this, you’ll need bread, a clean knife, and butter.
Step 7: Spread butter on bread. Ah, that’s better – look how easily it spreads.
Step 8: Now a bread and butter sandwich would be okay on it’s own, but it lacks that certain something that really makes it a sandwich. If, like me, you ran out of jelly, then find a decent substitute. Like chocolate syrup.
Step 9: Open chocolate sauce.
Step 10: Squirt chocolate sauce onto bread.
Step 11: Spread sauce with knife.
Step 12: Enjoy.
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