I love Chinese food, I used to make it fairly often but now find it too hard on my feet and back, takes lots of time preparing all of the ingredients, cutting the veggies and meat, plus the oil makes a big mess on the stove and these days I am not into cleaning.
mcash70 wrote:but now find it too hard on my feet and back, takes lots of time preparing all of the ingredients, cutting the veggies and meat, plus the oil makes a big mess on the stove and these days I am not into cleaning.
DITTO DITTO DITTO here.
I still slice dice and chop though, because I LOVE my veggies. Often though, I take a break in my comfy couch place between veggies so my back doesn't scream at me. And I always wear cushy flip flops in the house.
I got a smooth top stove a few years ago so couldn't use my wok anymore, got rid of it, you have to clean that top or the oil and spills bake on and then it is really hard to clean, I do like it thought. Since my DH retired he cleans up the stove top and washes what can't go in the dishwasher.
we have a glass top stove which i hae but i am in charge of cleaning it. a sim[ple razon blade takes care of any junk that sticks to the stove top plus they sell that stuff that actually cleans it very well.
Beautiful Souls like Frank leave lasting memories in the hearts of those he touched .
My friend's hubby was assigned the task of removing the glass top that came with their new house and PIPING IN GAS for a brand new, nearly professional stove top. BUT her oven is still electric and that's better for baking.
I don't want to share my house with a hubby or any other human, but I often wish I had a free handyman.....