I've never professed to be a Cordon Bleu chef, but I manage to get basic healthy meals on the table, especially at dinner. I find it especially sad, however, that when I actually steam the vegetables (translations: press the START button 2 times on the microwave, cover with plate, then serve) my toddler spits them out, stating, "I can't eat these. They're wet."
Me: "They're not wet. They're cooked."
Stink: "Oh." (Pause) "I like them better the way you used to make them."
Me: "You mean raw, right out of the bag, slapped on a paper plate?"
Stink: "Oh, yes, Mommy! Like that! Like that!"
I can't win.