Maureen: I know. I’m starting to feel the same way.
Andrew (15): Chicken is always good, but we’re having a lot of it.
Maureen: This is what happens when you do a chicken-focussed cookbook. It reminds me of the movie “Take this Waltz” where Seth Rogan plays a cookbook author who’s doing a chicken cookbook. He has a party for his family and they all complain that they’re having chicken again. Spoiler alert: by the end of the movie, his wife has left him, but it’s not because he only makes chicken.
Tim: This is nice, though.
Maureen: Everybody seems to be devouring it, that’s for sure.
Nicholas: Yes, I like it.
Andrew: Me too.
Maureen: Although we’re having chicken AGAIN, I like that this is different from the usual roast chicken that we have. I don’t ever really stuff the chickens, but this is nice, with the rice stuffing.
Tim: Is this gravy?
Maureen: No, it’s not. It’s what you’re getting instead of gravy, and she calls it coriander and coconut sauce. You make it with coconut cream. Yum. I like it because it’s a bit different. Should I make this again?
Tim: Sure. Why not.
Nicholas: Make it again, but not any time soon. I’m getting a bit sick of chicken.
Maureen: I know what you mean.