Tasting My New Recipes

Decorating By tykesmommy Updated 15 Nov 2012 , 5:27am by Danilou

tykesmommy Posted 14 Nov 2012 , 11:50pm
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ADoes it hurt your feelings if your husband, wife, significant other, etc wont try your new recipes you make? My husband won't try anything! How do I convince him to try my creations to see if they're any count? Of course, I make things I think I'll like, but more people than just me need to try them!!

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mommynana Posted 15 Nov 2012 , 12:16am
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My husband will taste anything I make, But then again my husband will eat sweets, And always says oh yea that tastes good. Me on the other hand, I`ll  make cakes for family and friends And I love to decorate cakes,  But I`m not a sweet eater, I don`t eat cake or cupcakes or cookies. And most of all buttercream. So If someone asked me to tastes something It would all be the same to me. So no it would not hurt my feelings. Can`t get everyone to like the same things anyway. Certain things that I would think my husband would love he won`t even tastes 
But he likes his sweets So don`t take it so hard, I`m sure its not your baking.

tykesmommy Posted 15 Nov 2012 , 12:22am
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AI'm sure it's not either. Like tonight I made a cream cheese flan and he got a tiny (I mean tiny) taste just to shut me up. It just frazzles me sometimes.

Danilou Posted 15 Nov 2012 , 1:02am
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My husband has to be in the mood to try my cakes. If he has a can of rum in his hands....then I don't have a chance in hell!!! lol.

Elcee Posted 15 Nov 2012 , 1:59am
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My husband only likes the most traditional of flavors. When I make those, he's all over it but he won't even eat a spice cake. I "force" my coworkers to try my less traditional stuff. They hate it  icon_wink.gif.

Danilou Posted 15 Nov 2012 , 5:27am
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Yes I bet you have to twist their arms behind their backs!!!!icon_biggrin.gif

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