I like to cook and bake, but baking is my favorite. Baked goods are so yummy! I don't touch the BBQ...that's my husband's area - I'm not allowed! ; )
Baking by far! There's nothing like being able to see that cookie jar full of cookies and the smile on the kids' and hubby's face when they come home from school and work. Cooking gets you a great meal as well as barbequing. Baking last longer!
This is a difficult question for me because I love doing all of the above. Barbequing I do the least often and baking just once in a while, but I cook regularly so I think the answer might be cooking. Cooking gives such an immense world of possibilities that it could never get boring.
I liek them a.., though Barbequing is not my strong point. This summer I intend to practice. Frequently.... I do love my oven. And not just for baking sweet things. I cook a lot of meals in there too. Fish, chicken, ham. I like being able to get everything ready, shut the door, and when I open it a beautiful meal comes out. I call it my magic box. )
Baking! I'm pretty darn good at it too, if I do say so myself
I prefer baking it lasts longer unless I have guests,cooking is tiring and I never feel like eating it when I've cooked it. I don't go near the BBQ that's for men
I enjoy all these 3 ! It depends.... I do cooking with some help of my mother and cooked both tasty local and international dishes. As for baking, I helped my cousin-sister a bit and we had fun together. Barbequing - believe it or not, I and my family did this in a good restaurant where they served customers food and the mini-barbeque grill to heat food over them. It was indeed an enjoyable experience!
I definitely consider baking more recreational. You never really HAVE to bake. Cooking is everyday, so tends to seem more like a chore, and barbeque is really just cooking outside.
I much prefer cooking. But I get more excited about a barbecue because of the friends, family and sunshine that comes with it :-)
I love all three, but when I bake, it's not usually sweets....it's roasts and vegetables and things like that. We constantly use the stove top, bbq grills and the oven.
I love cooking and baking. Barbequing is not for me. I cook everyday fresh food. Please watch my videos.
I really like to do all of these but I think baking is my favorite. Watching the dish transform from something maybe unhappy looking before cooking into something that looks 'gobble me up' delicious afterwards makes me want to keep on baking.
I enjoy all three; however, I think “cooking” channels my inner creativity and allows for more freedom of choice. I am not a follower of recipes; however, I may start with one playing with the ingredient amounts or adding interesting spices, broths, wines and using different cooking methods for everyday things. I greatly enjoy using the grill for ribs and chicken but that starts by making an interesting sauce or marinade, which I guess would be considered “cooking”.
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