Roger and Tatum on Living Together (cooking)

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Roger and Tatum on Living Together (cooking)

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Roger

Cooking can be fun; I’m quite the creative guy in the
kitchen when I get inspired.  Of
course, Chinese takeout is great stuff and I have absolutely nothing against a
good pizza.  But my chicken salad
is what got Tatum interested in me in the first place!  She’s charmingly clueless in the
kitchen but I give her points for trying.

 

Tatum

Roger thinks he is mankind’s gift to the kitchen.  I mean, if the guy manages to boil
water without burning it, he’s ready to tout his culinary genius.  I may not be as good as my Mom, but I
recognize a fresh vegetable when I see it!  Without me, I think Roger would get scurvy!

Originally from Eight Lessons in Living Together.

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