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Bride-To-Be Confesses Her Lack Of Kitchen Confidence

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         ABBY - May 14, 2008 
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BRIDE-TO-BE CONFESSES HER LACK OF KITCHEN CONFIDENCE

ABBY: My fiance, "Keith," and I are being married at the end 
of June. We met at a fraternity party last fall and knew right 
away we were meant for each other. We're both in college in 
Hawaii. We don't live together -- and that has been lucky for
me because Keith doesn't realize how inexperienced I am in 
the kitchen.

He comes from the mainland. He is used to home-cooked meals 
and has often talked about family dinners and how good his 
mom is at entertaining. The only thing my mom is good at is 
making reservations. At our house if we didn't eat out, we 
ate takeout.

I know Keith will expect me to cook after our wedding -- at 
least sometimes. I have gone to the bookstore at the mall, 
but all the fancy cookbooks with elaborate recipes overwhelm 
me. All I want to do is learn to make a few simple dishes. 
Can you help me out here? 
-- COOKING IMPAIRED IN HONOLULU

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COOKING IMPAIRED: I'll try. Where is it written that after
your wedding, YOU must do all the cooking? These days many 
couples share that responsibility by taking turns or cooking 
together. If you raise the subject with your fiance, you may 
find that Keith not only enjoyed family dinners, but also 
spent time with his mother in the kitchen while she prepared
them.

If that turns out not to be the case, then you and Keith 
should consider taking a basic cooking course together 
before -- or shortly after -- the wedding, so you don't 
starve to death.

Many brides-to-be are given "recipe showers" in which 
friends and relatives share favorite, easy-to-prepare 
family favorites to ease them on the path to domesticity. 
I'm sure if you asked your future mother-in-law, she would
be pleased to contribute some of hers. 

I publish a collection of more than 100 delicious recipes 
for soups, salads, main course and desserts. Not only are 
they time-tested and mouthwatering, they are also easy to 
prepare. They can be ordered by sending a business-sized, 
self-addressed envelope, plus check or money order for $12 
(U.S. funds) to: Dear Abby -- Cookbooklet Set, P.O. Box 
447, Mount Morris, IL 61054-0447. Shipping and handling 
are included in the price. 

Summer is nearly here, and with it comes the promise of 
family reunions and visits. My cookbooklet set contains 
tips on entertaining, and lots of recipes to use when 
families get together to celebrate holidays and special 
occasions. Both my mother and I have used them with great
success when entertaining friends and family.




ABBY is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as 
Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline 
Phillips. Write ABBY at www.DearAbby.com or P.O. Box  
69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069. 
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