So, if any of you guys have divorced parents, you probably know what I’m talking about. Or if your parents don’t have cooking differences, you have no idea.
First, Breakfast : At my mom’s house we always have bread, multiple spreads, and yogurt. At my dad’s house we always have vegetarian buffalo wings, waffles, and fresh squeezed orange juice.
Secondly, Lunch : My mom always makes either beans and rice or lentils and rice. Always something with rice. My dad always makes grapeleaves, ( half dad’s side is Arabic) tabouli, and kousa.
Finally, Dinner : For both, it’s the same thing as lunch.
As you can see, my parents REALLY have cooking differences, but I guess I’m okay with that.
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I guess it’s true that I do make beans and rice for lunch a lot.
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