Cooking is one thing that i like to do. I love cooking and I love to eat too.
Couple's Corner topic for this week is When He doesn’t like What I cooked. This topic could make me feel sad in a way...huhuhuh
Anyway, as I said, I love to cook and cooking is my fashion. Of course I did my best to cook my Filipino dish here in Sweden. Filipino menu is I always on my husband’s table and I always want him to choose among those from my menus then I’ll cook for him.
Just few weeks ago, he wanted to eat my chicken Afritada. To my excitement, I did cook directly without asking him when he wanted me to cook or eat it. When the chicken is cooked, I served to him. He was surprised when I serve him because he thought that he would tell me first before I cook.
But he thankfully eats it. I got very disappointed because he said; dear it’s not that“masarap”. I want more sticky sauce and more spicy. He was saying in a smiling face. I got hurt and cried after hearing what he said. I didn’t talk to him until he said sorry and the chicken Afritada was delicious.
But damage is done.
My husband sometimes chooses to lie when it comes to my foods than to tell me that he doesn’t like it. He doesn’t want me to get disappointed/hurt. He’d better say it’s delicious even if not, than making me feel sad, hurt or disappointed.
We love eating so I must learn how to cook their Swedish foods. It looks easy to cook and yummy.