Seriously, it is not easy to be a working mom, for instance my wife wakes up 6 in the morning, gets the children up, dresses up and zooms she is out sending the children to school and head straight for work. During working hours, she might face problems, unreasonable customers, replying to never ending emails, and sometimes handle some staff's issues.
At the end of the day, i know her heart still longs to cook a nice,healthy and warm dinner for the family no matter how tired she could have been during the day, but lately i know she is worn out, and i know she still tries to do her best to cook for the family but i intend to cut off her cooking at least three times a week, and to stand in for her,i am donning the apron again...
I want her to feel relaxed when she comes back from work, clothes washed, clothes ironed, floor mopped, rice cooked and dishes ready. To let her tired body take a breather after a hard day's work and to enjoy the warmth of the family.
I used to cook and i love to cook, but i guess i am a little out of touch now after a long hiatus from cooking but i know i can still handle the wok and the fire but i still need you to share your cooking tips or even recipes, the simpler the better with me, if you could.
A little background here, my office is only less than 5 minutes drive from home and i can sneak home during lunch if i have to prepare the cooking ingredients for the evening cooking, next to my office, there is a vegetables wholesales store,that means i can buy fresh vegies everyday, and i dont have a slow cooker, i have a three burners stove, i have got an oven and the dishes are mostly catered for my sons (12 and 8 years old respectively) my wife loves the soups. We would prefer it to be simple, 2 dishes and one soup, that would be lovely.
I can be home by 5.45 in the evening and i need one hour or so for my exercise routine, be back about 7.00, so that leaves me with 30 minutes cooking times as we usually take our dinner around 7.30 to 8.00 in the evening.
Please share your cooking experience with me,ok? would appreciate your sharing.
P/S : I am not Anthony Bourdaine, just a husband sharing wife's loads every now and then