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Old 03-27-2011, 04:48 PM   #31
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An adult picky eater?
I have no issue with them though it's sometimes annoying to sit through their drama. I don't even mind if someone says, "I'm sorry, I can't eat this." But anyone who is ungrateful, rude or abusive at my table is instantly excused. Children, too, though they're given some leeway. The world's greatest chef can make broccoli look and taste like heavenly milk and honey to universal accolade, but it'll still make a picky eater gag, whether or not they've ever eaten the vegetable or have had a bad experience with it. Nothing you can do. Except maybe be amazed if they suddenly have a change of taste. Cook what you like, be happy if those you care about like it, too.

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