Thursday, March 4, 2010

I'll Take Cooking Nightly for old People for $500, Alex

Alex: What constitutes a good meal for a dementia patient whose idea of good nutrition is a piece of fried pork, two starches and two pieces of cornbread?


Hula: What is getting something, ANYTHING on the table and eaten before the University of Kentucky game starts, Alex!

*Let's just say there was great angst when Hula failed to realize there was a UK game broadcast starting about twenty minutes after she put food on the grill. Hula is now committed to following the game schedule so as not to create the same kind of drama we had last night. Oh, and in the future, Hula must make her Italian beef sandwiches flatter and her vegetable soup saltier. Rumor has it Mama J. was overheard telling Papa T. to shut his d*** mouth or they wouldn't get anything to eat.


Trailboss said...

Well, pardon me but perhaps some really crappy tv dinners are in order.

oreneta said...

At least Mama J knows which side her bread is buttered on.

Ah well. You got a funny blog post out of it anyway

J.G. said...

"Shut Up and Eat It" is a family dining policy with a long and glorious tradition. Mama J is right on.

Jason, as himself said...

Oh, boy. Such fun. Mine have been gone for a month but they're coming back next week.