My Process of cooking:
1. look at what's available, ingredient wise.
2. What dishes do we need for that?
3. All the dishes needed are dirty, have been for approximately four weeks because of depression and mourning tag teaming me like a pair of luchadors beating up a toddler.
4. What else can we make? Oh hey, there's a mostly clean plate in the living room corner, we can make eggs.
5. Pan is passably clean. Omlette time!
6. Clean a butter knife that doesn't have sludge on it, for the butter.
7. Bring out all the ingredients. Onions, peppers, broccoli, mushrooms, ham, and eggs.
8. Realize I don't have the energy to cut any of that up. Put it all back but the eggs and butter.
9. There's grease on the burner. It makes fire and smoke when turned on. Put eggs and butter back.
10. Sandwich! Ham, bread, mayo, cheese, lettuce, pickles, olives!
11. Wait, most of those things require cutting, which we don't have the energy for. Put back everything but the ham, bread, pickles, and mayo.
12. Drop the butter knife behind the stove because I had it balanced precariously on a bottle. Put mayo back.
13. Mustard and ham sandwich with pickles!
14. Frustration and despair from dropping the knife and losing it, plus no other clean silverware, means getting pickle slices out is too much hassle. Put it back.
15. Oh joy, ham and mustard sandwich, which will last me maybe an hour before I get hungry again. I simply do not know what to do with all this fun I'm having. /Sarcasm
16. Go back to #1 an hour later.
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