Do you think the best food is at a restaurant or the food you make at home?
Do you think the food at a restaurant is better than the food that you can cook at home.
Nothing beats a home cooked meal. I would much rather eat something that is home-cooked.
It depends, If it is something I can't make myself or if I am too lazy to cook I like restaurant food better.
what's made at home is best , the money saved adds to the flavour ;-P
Well, for breakfast, there is no way any restaurant can serve up a better meal than I can make at home...and mine will be half the price. The same goes for lunch and dinner because I don't soak any of my food in grease prior to cooking it. The fact is that I can splurge on slightly more expensive items than a restaurant that is trying to maximize profit by cooking everything in off-brand Crisco imported from Mexico. The one thing I cannot do is bake or make home-made ice cream. Accordingly, my hat goes off to Kiva Juice frozen yogurt and anyone who can make fried-bananas in ice cream...or a good fruit tart.
The food my husband makes at home is by far the best, there are no restaurants in my area (or most others) that can compare to it, and certainly nothing we can afford. I married a chef.
I love homecook. I love my mom's dishes. they are so tasty with fresh ingredient.
However I'm sometimes interested eating out in a nice restaurant. You can find many good restaurants near you by http://restaau.co.uk/.
by Brian 6 years ago
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by Vince 13 months ago
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by silverstararrow 6 years ago
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by Grace-Wolf-30 4 years ago
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