I didn't do anything to her, no specific thing she could say or I could ask forgiveness for. Her thing seems to be she just doesn't like how I am. We can work past a thing or an event or a mean conversation, but what do you do when someone just decides they don't like how you are? Who you are? I can't change that. And I'm not going to change it just because Jacqueline suddenly tells me to. If she had a specific thing that hurt her, I'd be happy to stop doing it. But she just tells me I'm fake, and it's everything. All of sudden too, after 10 years, it's everything. It's sad and I'll always miss her friendship, but what can I do? I can't change or fix "everything."
We did have a lot more fun you didn't see on our trip though. There wasn't time to show everything, but we did have a big RV Cook-Off between me, Caroline, and Kathy. It was a challenge trying to cook in that tiny RV kitchen without our normal tools and ingredients, but we all pulled it off. I was slapping the steak with a big grilling spatula to try and tenderize it, Melissa was my sous chef and partner in crime. We had so much fun! Then we ran around and had people in the parking lot taste everything and decide whose food was the best. Maybe they'll put the clip online or put it in a lost footage episode and then you can see who won. I will tell you what I made though: Steak Pizzaola (the recipe is in my first cookbook Skinny Italian -- it's my dad's favorite and just 383 calories!) and an eggplant and tomato ciambotta which I included in my newest cookbook Fabulicious!: Fast & Fit -- sooo good and just 86 calories! (Both go great with Fabellini!)