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What a wonderful and productive job you've been doing. Not to break the laid down order, I'm........, phone number: , email: ................( Safe to assume these would be blurred out, right?).
Well, I need your suggestions as well as those of the larger WC family.
Met this awesome man a few weeks back, and we have been on three lovely dates, in one of them, he cooked! It wasn't bad, save for the mushroom (yuck!). Now, the deal is
, it's my turn to cook! And no, I'm not fretting about that, it's just that he's a peculiar man. He's dieting. Meaning, no Carbs, no oils, mainly proteins and vegetables.
When I visited, his freezer and cabinets were stocked with all kinds of frozen proteins. Duck, Turkey, Beef, Chicken, Prawns, you name it.
Another thing is, my taste buds are not very adventurous. Truth be told, that day at his place was my first time allowing myself to eat Prawns.
Don't get it twisted o, I do love crayfish (the dried kind) but to eat it fresh or it's elder brother a la Prawn, that was a first. Yes, that's to say, I do like this man very much and I'm willing to try new things(Mushrooms are out of this list though).
These details might help too, he's Biracial (throw in some Ghana/ Mediterranean) and in his late 30's. I'm Nigerian to the core in my mid-20's.
I'm not looking to 'impress' per se, just would like some suggestions on meals I can prepare for both of us. Aside from my Daddy, and Bestie, no man has taken the pains to cook for me.
Next date is this weekend!
I asked him, he said anything with protein and lots of vegetables.
Please help a sister out!