Wednesday, November 22, 2006

How to Preserve a Husband

Whilst searching through my recipe box today, I came upon a clipping I'd long ago glued to an index card and carefully filed away. Experience has shown it to be a recipe most certainly worth sharing.

With thanks to Ann Landers from whose column this was saved:

How to Preserve a Husband

First, use care in selection. Get one that is not too young, but tender and healthy. If you choose one recklessly, it may not keep.

Don't put in hot water. This makes them turn sour.

Sweeten with smiles, and spice with patience. All varieties will respond.

To ensure a wonderful consistency, stir gently over a low flame and don't leave unattended for long periods of time.

To add a delicious flavor, sprinkle generously with praise and appreciation. -- Tested by Yours Truly

2 Comments:

Blogger Sunny said...

Want to hear about your Tday.

2:12 PM  
Blogger Mama Bird said...

Had to wait until all the company went home. That happened at 9. Due to scheduling conflicts, we had to have a late dinner.

It was fun, though. We ended it with ten of us sitting (squished!) around the table singing old fashioned songs together.

11:32 PM  

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