I love cooking! I really enjoy when my family eat with pleasure and ask additional portion
I love to cook! All chores and household duties are shared equally in our home.
I cook mostly Western, and spouse mostly Eastern - not sure whether you can call us "Fusion"... LOL!
I can cook and I like to cook. I suggest that everyone learn to cook regardless of gender. It does not have to be complicated but it is an essential skill that will save your butt when for whatever your reason you only have yourself to rely upon. My mom always told me that if I could iron a shirt, make ice tea, and tuna fish salad, my independence would be guaranteed. I have since proven to myself that she was correct. WB
by Denise Handlon 6 years ago
Who does the majority of cooking in your household, you or your significant other?Many cultures or families have well defined roles of 'who belongs' in the kitchen...what is your experience? Do you cook and your partner stays out of your domain or vice versa?
by Kiz 7 years ago
Foods to Cook to Show Your Love
by stanleyreese 6 years ago
Should husbands share the cooking duty for the household?Or would they burn water?
by KevinC9998 5 years ago
Who is a better cook- you or your spouse?Do both of you know who it is and acknowledge it?
by thirdmillenium 8 years ago
Or, he/she has to threaten you with a shot gun?
by LauraGT 6 years ago
Do you and your spouse share household duties evenly? Why or why not?In many households, women still do the bulk of the household chores, such as cooking, laundry, cleaning, caring for the children, even when they work outside the home as well. What's the balance in your household?
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