Dad shows the reality of cooking with kids and it's hysterical (VIDEO)

Dec 4, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. ET
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Disclaimer: I do not have children. But if I did, I think this is exactly how I would feel every time I cooked a meal for them.


Cooking for kids is a game-changer. You can't expect them to appreciate your painstakingly-made hollandaise sauce, or the subtle spice you add to your bolognese. I should know... I was that kid. But as an adult, it would drive me crazy to cook a delicious dinner for my little angel, only to have it pushed away in disdain without a single spoonful touched. Angel, who?

Maybe I shouldn't admit this, but I can completely see myself rage-throwing a paper plate of frozen nuggets into the microwave, defeated look on my face, probably (OK definitely) a glass of wine in my hand, silently cursing the not-yet-developed palate of my child.

Because apparently, those damn chicken nuggets reign supreme with kids, no matter how much effort you put into cooking their dinner.

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