Saturday, July 19, 2014

Not the Best Feeling In the World

Remember the peach pie I posted about a few day ago?

My favorite pie?  I eat very little Mostly in an effort to not hock up food I love and then not desire it again because anything you throw up after eating really isn't all that attractive the next time around.

The peach pie.

I made it.  Had one small slice and {bravo for me] held it down.

And then it sat in the fridge for a few days during our pseudo vacation.

Tonight Steven decided to reheat it in the oven [no, we do not own a microwave] without benefit of cover [think tinfoil, etc.]  It is almost an entire, homemade pie.  That is going to be ruined by reheating in that fashion.  But I have to keep my mouth shut.

So, there's that.

Would someone like to remind me why I even bother with this sh*t anymore?


Julie said...

I hope it your pie was okay. Husbands don't always listen even if you said something.
Hoping you sleep well tonight and tomorrow is a great day.
Blessings my friend!

ellen abbott said...

because it makes you feel normal.

if it makes you feel any better, I never put foil on my pies when I reheat them in the oven, actually it never occurred to me. anyway, I bet it still tasted very good. you made it after all.

Juli G said...

I just spent ten minutes yelling at Youngest becasue when I opened the drawer to the oven on the bottom to get a pan, I found the pans shoved in there, every which way, even upside down. I was so irritated as they fell all over the floor UNDER the oven (on of course)and Youngest just said "I feel so stupid"... so I had to rein it in of course, and just tell him to use his common sense or ask before putting it away if he wasn't sure. So feeling like crap for yelling, I went back to my cooking, when Tony finally comes in and says "I unloaded the dishwasher and put the pans in there."

*sigh* Sometimes it isn't worth the effort. :)

Linda said...

I don't understand why you had to keep your mouth shut. Why could you not say "cover it with foil so it won't burn/dry out?