Monday, April 6, 2009

Evan in the Kitchen

I love Evan, but not for his culinary expertise. He makes amazing egg sandwiches, grilled cheese sandwiches, toast, and mac and cheese. He can do all the prep work that I ask of him, but he is just not a chef. Although he is very good at adding ranch, cheese sauce, and Kraft singles to anything that I make for him.


He made us milk shakes one night after he got home from closing at the Juice. I went to take my glass back later and this is what I found in the kitchen. You can always tell when Evan has been in the kitchen because the cupboard doors are open from every cupboard that he touched.


This was in my pantry....


His explanation was that if he blended in the pantry it wouldn't be too loud for our neighbors. Well, it didn't occur to him that our pantry was still sharing a wall with our neighbors, but bless him for being thoughtful.


A few days later, he decided to make himself a tuna fish sandwich. Did you know that tuna fish cans are the same size as the drain in our sink. I was a little worried, but Evan was quick to mention he could get it out with my pliers.



If you ever need to know pliers do remove a tuna fish can from the drain just fine.

3 comments:

Charity said...

I'm like that with cabinets too, and it drives me nuts. Yes, I drive myself nuts. I always forget to close the cabinets and then I walk in a bit later and go AUGH! But I have no one to blame but myself. James is also proficient at a few simple meals ;). He also has a DS for which he bought a cooking game, so he has actually produced some culinary masterpieces. Thank goodness for nintendo.

TATTON-KIRSTEN-BROOKELYN said...

HA! SOOOO funny! Tatton is notorious for leaving not just cupboards ajar, but doors (bedroom doors, closet doors, you name it!) maybe it's a man thing...
oh, so I found out the hard way about the tuna can fitting in the sink...I used a magnet!

Sutter Family said...

Are we sure evan and chris aren't really brothers? I swear sometimes they are the same person.