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Chef Lady

Cadiz, KY

#1 Jan 14, 2013
That's right. Go in halfsies on groceries and I will cook a fantastic meal for two. Tired of cooking for one. Just need two hours. One to cook and one to eat and talk. Then I'll clean up and go home. Nothing more. The only rooms I need to see are the kitchen and diningroom. When was the last time you sat down at your dinner table for a nice homecooked meal?? Don't want anything but a good meal and company. I know it sounds crazy, but just thought it would be nice for a change. Must have all cooking utensils, pots, pans, and a working stove top, working oven, and microwave. Also, mixing bowls. Im serious. No money, nothing nasty, no scam. Just for the love of food. I am a woman. 30ish, nice, funny, understanding, and loves nerdy stuff. Will cook for anyone.
Jesse

Greenville, KY

#3 Jan 16, 2013
We need a good cooking woman, we need a fat one, we need Kim K nude in the kitchen, we need a hottie bent over the stove, we need a ho to smoke our sausage, we need a government program...

“"All gave some, Some gave all"”

Since: Dec 12

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#4 Jan 16, 2013
Chef Lady wrote:
That's right. Go in halfsies on groceries and I will cook a fantastic meal for two. Tired of cooking for one. Just need two hours. One to cook and one to eat and talk. Then I'll clean up and go home. Nothing more. The only rooms I need to see are the kitchen and diningroom. When was the last time you sat down at your dinner table for a nice homecooked meal?? Don't want anything but a good meal and company. I know it sounds crazy, but just thought it would be nice for a change. Must have all cooking utensils, pots, pans, and a working stove top, working oven, and microwave. Also, mixing bowls. Im serious. No money, nothing nasty, no scam. Just for the love of food. I am a woman. 30ish, nice, funny, understanding, and loves nerdy stuff. Will cook for anyone.
If you are legit,and I stress the IF,this is a truly amazing and warm post. As a single man I would jump at a chance for a good home cooked meal and a nice conversation. However, I do not have the required cooking utensils and etc. I feel compelled to warn you though, please be very careful, there are a lot of not so nice people out there. Dont put yourself in harms way or take unnecessary risks. Perhaps before going to a strangers house you should meet them in public. A nice resturant would be a good place, and perhaps a gentleman could buy you a nice dinner as a Thank You for the offer of a home cooked meal.
Something else

Cadiz, KY

#5 Jan 16, 2013
Proud KY Vet wrote:
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If you are legit,and I stress the IF,this is a truly amazing and warm post. As a single man I would jump at a chance for a good home cooked meal and a nice conversation. However, I do not have the required cooking utensils and etc. I feel compelled to warn you though, please be very careful, there are a lot of not so nice people out there. Dont put yourself in harms way or take unnecessary risks. Perhaps before going to a strangers house you should meet them in public. A nice resturant would be a good place, and perhaps a gentleman could buy you a nice dinner as a Thank You for the offer of a home cooked meal.
You are right. I know I'm putting myself on the line, but I am street smart as well as being physically and mentally able to take a man down if I had to. Yes, meeting up actually came to mind. I adapt well to all personality types, so that would not be an issue, nor would looks. Its an excellent meal even ol Paula Dean would be envious of and a nice conversation. Nothing more. I make people happy with real food. That is when I am my happiest.
cheflady

Muscatine, IA

#6 Jan 16, 2013
Dear cheflady,
From one woman to another please be careful! You never know the evil people hide in thier hearts! If I lived in madisonville I would love to share a meal with you! Maybe you should always carry some pepper spray! Bless you dear and be safe! And jessi get the hell off of this woman's post if you're not going to make sense! She's looking for a friend and youre on here with all of.that non sense!

“"All gave some, Some gave all"”

Since: Dec 12

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#7 Jan 16, 2013
Something else wrote:
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You are right. I know I'm putting myself on the line, but I am street smart as well as being physically and mentally able to take a man down if I had to. Yes, meeting up actually came to mind. I adapt well to all personality types, so that would not be an issue, nor would looks. Its an excellent meal even ol Paula Dean would be envious of and a nice conversation. Nothing more. I make people happy with real food. That is when I am my happiest.
No amount of or quality of conversation is worth putting yourself on the line.Please be very careful, if a pleasant meal and a good conversation is what you desire there are plenty of decent guys who would be honored to take a Lady to dinner, in a public place with minimal risk to you, myself included.
Screws Loose

Madisonville, KY

#8 Jan 16, 2013
Are you freakin crazy??? Are you seriously going to go to some strangers house, and cook and have a "conversation"????? What if they are talking but slitting your throat while eating dessert????
No screws loose

Cadiz, KY

#9 Jan 16, 2013
I'm know how to protect myself when in danger. I just like to think people... for the most part... are generally good. I've done this before... in a bigger and more dangerous city than this. I'm unafraid. Its a mutual trust thing I guess. People trust me enough to cook for their families and do no harm to them or their home.
No screws loose

Cadiz, KY

#10 Jan 16, 2013
Okay, forget me having dinner too. Can I prepare a meal for a couple for date night? I won't be going in half in that case. I just like to cook and make people happy. I would NEVER want to work in a restaurant though.
Yep

Paducah, KY

#11 Jan 17, 2013
No screws loose wrote:
Okay, forget me having dinner too. Can I prepare a meal for a couple for date night? I won't be going in half in that case. I just like to cook and make people happy. I would NEVER want to work in a restaurant though.
It's obvious that Proud Ky Vet wants to meet you and is interested in dinner and conversation. If you're really legit, why didn't you respond to his post?
No screws lose

Duluth, GA

#12 Jan 17, 2013
I want to cook. Not necessarily be cooked for. I appreciate the offer though.
Yep

Paducah, KY

#13 Jan 17, 2013
He said he would jump at the chance for a good home cooked neal. Maybe he'd just like to meet you first before he invites a stranger into his home, since he knows nothing about you. I think that's a pretty smart move. For all you know, he could be crazy...or vice versa.
Boomsa

Cadiz, KY

#14 Jan 17, 2013
Who are you? The matchmaker from hell? Lol.

“"All gave some, Some gave all"”

Since: Dec 12

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#15 Jan 17, 2013
Yep wrote:
He said he would jump at the chance for a good home cooked neal. Maybe he'd just like to meet you first before he invites a stranger into his home, since he knows nothing about you. I think that's a pretty smart move. For all you know, he could be crazy...or vice versa.
Thank You Yep, you are very perceptive. You are spot on with your comment. Except of course the part about me possibly being crazy! I assure you I am mentally competent. I am not scared of physical harm to myself,and promise you she would have nothing to fear from me either. I just think we should all be cautious,as I stated in my other post there are lots of people whom are "not nice". I also feel when meeting someone for the first time its a good idea to meet on nuetral (also safe) ground. I do enjoy a good conversation and meal, but not if it involves risk to either party. If a public get together was enjoyable and went well for both people then a home cooked meal would be much appreciated. I am however very curious what the meal that Paula Dean would envy consisted of!? Getting tired of the same old resturant meals.
Yep

Paducah, KY

#16 Jan 17, 2013
Proud KY Vet wrote:
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Thank You Yep, you are very perceptive. You are spot on with your comment. Except of course the part about me possibly being crazy! I assure you I am mentally competent. I am not scared of physical harm to myself,and promise you she would have nothing to fear from me either. I just think we should all be cautious,as I stated in my other post there are lots of people whom are "not nice". I also feel when meeting someone for the first time its a good idea to meet on nuetral (also safe) ground. I do enjoy a good conversation and meal, but not if it involves risk to either party. If a public get together was enjoyable and went well for both people then a home cooked meal would be much appreciated. I am however very curious what the meal that Paula Dean would envy consisted of!? Getting tired of the same old resturant meals.
Sorry to intrude! I just thought perhaps she wasn't picking up on your subtle cues. I hated to see either of you miss out on a nice evening because of miscommunication.:-) Best of luck to you both!

“"All gave some, Some gave all"”

Since: Dec 12

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#17 Jan 17, 2013
Yep wrote:
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Sorry to intrude! I just thought perhaps she wasn't picking up on your subtle cues. I hated to see either of you miss out on a nice evening because of miscommunication.:-) Best of luck to you both!
No intrusion, actually appreciate the input. Everyone needs a good wingman/wingwoman from time to time.
Chef Lady

Cadiz, KY

#18 Jan 17, 2013
Well, its not spaghetti. Lol. I can make 7 Layer Lasagna, Maple Basted Cornish Hens with Pineapple slices, Portobello Mushroom Burgers (SERIOUSLY GOOD), Ginger Wings with Peach dipping sauce or Jerk Wings with homemade Ranch dipping sauce(messy but good). Seafood? I love scallops, crab, I can fry any fish. Make my own batter if I don't bake it. You name it. I can make it. If it is something I have never made, I test run it first on my family. Lol. I can also do the fluffy mashed pots with butter and cracked pepper corn, green beans, and a T-bone or NY strip:) Need a grill too. Lol.

“"All gave some, Some gave all"”

Since: Dec 12

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#19 Jan 17, 2013
This all sounds delicious, not real crazy about peaches, perhaps a different dipping sauce?! I share your love for seafood. Shrimp scampi...uuummmm. Hard to beat a broiled lobster tail. The mushroom burgers sound awful tempting. My mom used to make the best lasagna, havent had any that compares (of course we all know nobody could compare to mom),and would never tell her if I did! If you test run all these dishes on your family, is it possible you could adopt me instead of meeting me for dinner? Please!
Chef Lady

Cadiz, KY

#20 Jan 17, 2013
Proud KY Vet wrote:
This all sounds delicious, not real crazy about peaches, perhaps a different dipping sauce?! I share your love for seafood. Shrimp scampi...uuummmm. Hard to beat a broiled lobster tail. The mushroom burgers sound awful tempting. My mom used to make the best lasagna, havent had any that compares (of course we all know nobody could compare to mom),and would never tell her if I did! If you test run all these dishes on your family, is it possible you could adopt me instead of meeting me for dinner? Please!
Lol, that's funny. Well, I have been tempted to do the Lasagna here lately. It just takes a bit longer. I wouldn't dare rush a good pasta dish. Lol. That might be something I prepare beforehand an pop in the oven with garlic bread going in at half-time. Lol. My mom showed me how to make Lasagna. So yes, mommas is best. Always. Its just as good as a leftover. I know a lot of people who don't eat leftovers, but a good pasta dish, you just can't beat. This may include pizza if put in the oven to reheat. Micros just make the crust too soggy. Let me see how this weekend goes with work and you might just have yourself a chef. I may be getting sent off for a few weeks on business. Won't know until tomorrow. Need to get to bed soon. Goodnight.:-)
Chef Lady

Cadiz, KY

#21 Jan 17, 2013
Oh, also working on some gluten free LOW COST recipes. A very good diet to follow, but it is usually very boring or very expensive. I am working changing that. Especially for the people with GI disorders. Gluten free recipes don't have to be complex to taste good. Lol.

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