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The Pickiest Eater

"I don't have a problem with it honestly, but I'd love to surprise him with some creativity for the upcoming holidays."

Sep 30, 2013
Sqwuid in Home Cooking

The Pickiest Eater

That's a great suggestion :) I've tried admittedly, at least a tiny bit. He says when he was younger he used to eat everything! But something made him change. I'm not sure if it's habit or what. He's more put off by textures than anything.

And he is, I'm not trying to change him. Just trying to find new ways of doing plain stuff. I have no interest in trying to force new things on him. :)

Sep 30, 2013
Sqwuid in Home Cooking

The Pickiest Eater

Tomato sauce does upset his stomach unfortunately, I've tossed around the idea. he doesn't like the texture of pasta very much. But the white sauces are fine. In stews and things like that. :)

I'll delve more into the british recipes for sure. It's just a struggle with so many dishes! lol!

As far as the indian, he hates even the smell of it xD I dunno, maybe I'll put something small down in front of him, it's worth a try.

Sep 30, 2013
Sqwuid in Home Cooking

The Pickiest Eater

I'll try it tomorrow, suggested it to him and he said he was excited about trying it. Pierogis were tonight and they were a success. :)

Sep 30, 2013
Sqwuid in Home Cooking
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The Pickiest Eater

He's willing to try anything and that's a huge assumption for you to make about him. We excel socially, not that I have to prove ANYTHING to you.

Sep 30, 2013
Sqwuid in Home Cooking

The Pickiest Eater

Y'all are making this out to be a horrible thing. Like I said, it's fine. I tried the pierogis tonight, and he loved them. Thanks for your help.

Sep 30, 2013
Sqwuid in Home Cooking
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The Pickiest Eater

My husband is British. And I mean, his mother was evacuated as a child during the World Wars, British. Which means his diet is extremely plain, and almost completely dragged out of those old World War recipe pamphlets that helped people cope with little supplies.
No pepper, salt, or anything relatively "spicy." That I understand, it upsets his stomach. Garlic and onion are repulsive for the same reasons. He hates any sort of bean besides Heinz Beans. He eats chicken, pork or beef, with a side of either peas(Petite, birds eye), beans(heinz) or potatoes (mashed/boiled/roasted). Buttered bread as well (You should see him pick out bread, lol!).
I don't have a problem with it honestly, but I'd love to surprise him with some creativity for the upcoming holidays.

So does anyone have any suggestions? Personally I am EXTREMELY adventurous when it comes to food (I will eat literally anything), so I'm kind of at a loss when I'm asked to dumb it down. He loves cheese (Mild/sharp cheddar… only) So I was thinking something like poutine, but he's put off by some textures as well…

Any ideas?

Sep 30, 2013
Sqwuid in Home Cooking