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Would you rather go out to dinner or have a home cooked meal?
I would personally rather have a home cooked meal, For one I know who is cooking it and that it is done properly. Now that doesn't mean that I don't like to go out to eat ever, I do like to go out every now and then, but the food, to me, still does not comapare to that good home cooking.
I would prefer to go out for a meal. At home, I am the one cooking it and I want to be spoiled once in awhile. I seem to enjoy a meal more when I know I can relax and enjoy the food and not have to do the dishes afterwards.
I love a good home cooked meal, but I also love being served a meal. I guess I just love to eat, man I'm hungry!
I would prefer a home-cooked meal provided someone else who knows how to cook, cooked it and cleaned up afterwards.
I agree, I would prefer a home cooked meal. I always end up feeling guilty when we spend money to eat out when I know for a fact that I could have made a similar meal at home for less than half the price. But that's the Scottish in me, always trying to save a dime.
Still, I do prefer the taste of home made. My mom always made our meals from scratch and we didn't eat out very often. I guess I just appreciate home cooking more than eating out.
I prefer to eat out because I cook dinner almost everyday. It's nice to get a break. Plus, I have a few less dishes to clean the next day.
I'd much rather have a home cooked meal as long as it was in anybody's home other than mine. Other than grilling outside as I often do...home cooked in my home is usually taking the frozen dinner out of the package and heating it in the microwave...
Just the invitation to a home cooked meal at someone else's home is a small blessing and once there the friendship around the table is as good or better than what is served on the table.
Home cooked 100%. If I had a restaurant kitchen and supplies in my home it would be perfect.
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