17 February, 2008

DH cooking

Yes he did. I asked him to cook a fancy dinner for Valentine's Day at 11pm on Feb 13th. And he complained that he didn't have enough time since I asked too late. Well, he was given some advice from his friend and bought some frozen homemade food home to cook. (the place is in Milford, but I forgot the name already). He bought lobster ravioli(uncooked) , some while sauce, Challah bread (one of my favorite), and chocolate mousse for dessert. The lobster ravioli was really really good! Lots of lobster meet in the ravioli! Thanks to Sean who gave this idea to Andrew! And thanks honey for semi-making the dinner! I also want to thank him for the card, it did make me cry after I read it, very thoughtful and touching. Best card I ever got from him!

What did I gave Andrew for V.Day? I made his favorite chocolate, well, I made fudge. My very very first time. There will be no picture of it to show you, because it looked quite ugly, and since I don't eat sweet chocolate, I don't even know if it tastes good or not... But Andrew seemed appreciated.

School has been busy, but I still manage to have some time to knit. Minimalist Cardigan is coming along well. The back is done. I am knitting the front left and right at the same time, it's at the armhole shaping. Besides that, nothing else is going on... OH, I went to Yarn Knit All on Friday after work for their anniversary sale. What did I buy? Before I show you, get a napkin for wiping your drool! I got 3 skeins of Noro Kochoran in lime and violet, some Sublime Fine Merino in green, and 2 skeins of Shubui sock yarn in light blue, of course I didn't forget to get something for me knitting pal!


WifeMomKnitter said...

Oh, Anphoe! What a great husband you have! Definitely a keeper.

The yarn you got is lovely. Can't wait to see what you make with it!

jennsquared said...

nice yarn you got! And you have to tell me where Andrew went. They look yummy! :)

KnelleyBelley said...

What a good boy he is. Dinner looks delicious and I'm sure your ugly fudge was delicious, too.

Gorgeous yarn!

beckylinn said...

He cooks!?!?! Such a good guy :) And you're a great girl so you deserve to be treated well!

Love the yarn - I haven't bought any since our WEBS visit. The Shibui is gorgeous!

Erin said...

Glad you had such a nice V-day. A man who cooks (even a man who reheats) is definitely a good one.
Love the yarn, too. the last picture is really pretty!

Anonymous said...

His sister is right...he cooks?!?! I am one surprised mother...and I'm embarrassed I can't take any credit. He must have gotten it from his good-cookin' (and lookin') wife!
You KNOW his father didn't do any cooking!

Mom H