To think that dp should have some idea of timing

(10 Posts)
AgentZigzag Sun 27-Oct-13 21:14:06

DH always takes far longer than I would he should do making stuff, but I try to suppress my anger I'm not fussed so long as I don't have to do it.

In fact he's out in the kitchen this very minute making sausage, bacon, egg and beans for us <wasting away>

ForalltheSaints Sun 27-Oct-13 21:11:19

Key skill of cooking is timing. We learnt this at school. Has he forgotten.

stella69x Sun 27-Oct-13 21:00:33

Normally eat around 6.30, he said he would start it after the rugby, no issue there if he had but 1 hour afterwards and not even thinking about putting the oven on till after he spent half hour faffing with the pork joint!

I am being a little U thou as he is making pasties right now to use up stuff/have easy food available for half term hmm

LuvMyBoyz Sun 27-Oct-13 20:35:27

YANBU. He knows what you normally eat so he should have made it for the usual time.

KeatsiePie Sun 27-Oct-13 20:29:44

8 is late? 8 is not late for us but we're sloppy about meal times.

I'd be miffed at an 8 o click meal at home, 7 is okay .

Hope it's delicious!

Coldlightofday Sun 27-Oct-13 20:24:28

Perhaps he is going for a romantic late supper feel? <positive>

What kind of meat, please?

valiumredhead Sun 27-Oct-13 20:23:47

Tell him then. Was it his idea to cook roast, has he done a roast before?

MadeOfStarDust Sun 27-Oct-13 20:23:02

whoever cooks sets the meal-time round here....

stella69x Sun 27-Oct-13 20:11:16

So he is in charge of meat for roast today it is bloody 8pm When we have sat down to eat!

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