Cooking learned at mother's feet or through some fancy books/cookery classes?
...well...for me...my mother wasn't very good at cooking...some things she cooked were okay....sooooooo....it took me a loooong time to learn how to cook.....i definitely needed cookbooks and luckily met someone a while back that knew how to cook and taught me some basics.... i was such a terrible cook....
by Renee S 7 years ago
Everyone has something that nobody knows about them. If not a deep, dark secret, then something strange or shocking that you've never revealed about yourself.....
by silverstararrow 6 years ago
I'm not a brilliant cook, rather I'm just learning the ropes. Hopefully, I'll cook something palatable in the near future. Anyway, I often enjoy a different cuisine in a reputable restaurant. If asked to choose between homecooked meals and takeaway, I'd surely choose homemade food, as would many...
by Dennis L. Page 3 years ago
Are men or women better cooks?I do all of the cooking in the house, except for a couple of ethnic dishes my wife will make. I love being in the kitchen concocting new meals and experimenting with recipes. It seems as though there are many more male chefs than female. I wonder why?
by KevinC9998 4 years ago
Who is a better cook- you or your spouse?Do both of you know who it is and acknowledge it?
by matherese 7 years ago
In some cultures cooking is for women only do you agree with that?
by Vinaya Ghimire 3 years ago
Do you think men are better than women when it comes to cooking?Men in my family not only love cooking, but they are also a good cook. When it comes to cooking meat, our men are better than the women.
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