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Suddenly In Charge and Domestically Challenged by Grady Hunter


My experiences as a widowed and somewhat-senior male when venturing into a kitchen challenge gain little sympathy from the ladies.

We can agree that some experiences could befall even the most experienced homemaker. But when they befall the independent male, it somehow serves us right.

For example—Pureed Asparagus.

I receive many suggestions from well-meaning friends about all the things that will assure my living beyond my life savings—and—in such great health and vigor that younger men will wonder and younger ladies will note my entrance.

Certainly I am vain enough to accept the admiration and warmth of ladies who note my skills on the dance floor, but in reality appreciate my competency behind the wheel after sunset...

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