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The 1st meal I ever cooked

When I was in Home Ec. in junior high, I learned to cook and bake some basic items. I remember there was something called "Crazy Cake" which was mixed and baked in the same 8 inch pan. For some reason I was recently thinking about the first time I actually cooked a meal for my family, and I can't for the life of me figure out why they didn't tease me about it.  It's not that I messed it up, it's just that it was so bland, and quite frankly, ridiculous. When my mom was cooking something like chili or a hamburger hot dish, I always loved to snitch a piece of the freshly browned hamburger...before anything else was added. Maybe a little salt or pepper, but that was it. I also loved hot buttered noodles. So that's what I made. Browned hamburger, with buttered noodles on the side.  And my family ate it, with no commentary. That included my younger brother, my mom, and my dad, who sometimes had less than kind reviews of my mom's cooking. I know why my mom didn't say anything--she was just so gosh darned glad to have some one else cook. My brother probably thought it was weird but less objectionable than something strange and crazy with onions in it. But even my dad just ate it! All these years later, I still don't get it. Unless of course there's an untapped market for browned hamburger and hot buttered noodles. Who wants to invest in my new restaurant?

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