How’s This?

What are some (or one) of the things about which you usually don’t trust your own judgment, and need someone’s else’s confirmation?

I am typically not the type of person that needs reinforcement from someone to make me feel good about myself.  That said, I am a woman.  What woman doesn’t say, “Hey, do I look okay?”, or “How does my hair look?” I ask that one a lot since I  started wearing my hair curly again.  Yesterday I bought my first lipstick in probably a decade.  So of course my first words were, “How do I look?”

tasting-chef-5936759One thing that I am particularly distrustful of my judgement on, is my cooking.  I do not like to cook.  Not even a little bit.  I used to enjoy baking before moving to Colorado, but because of altitude convergences I am out of practice.  So when I cook, I taste to make sure everything is coming together, and I make my husband taste the food too because I don’t trust my judgement.

I like food rich, heavy, with lots of sauce.  Preferably something that can be served over rice, pasta, or potatoes.  Always have.  However sometimes I have to dial it back and cook healthier.  This is when I need a little backup.  I ask William, my husband, to taste food just before it is done to verify that it tastes as good as I think it does.  Especially if it is something I have never made before.

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