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    Cooking!

    Do you cook or does someone else cook for you (mom, brother, sister, dad, maid (hey, you never know), etc)? If you cook, do you follow a "tradition", a cook book, or just toss ish together?

    I mean like COOK too. Not "microwave" or anything.



    My mom cooks SOMETIMES, but I've been getting more and more into it. I've been looking in cookbooks lately more of a "guide" than anything, but I like to throw in random ish!


    I wanna try chicken with stuffing (stuffed inside)...and it made me think of how many people cook/don't cook.

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    I have began cooking in the past year. Well, I don't really do it often nor do I do difficult stuff, but yeah... at least I know some stuff now But, I'm not good at cooking.... yet!
    Other than that, it's always my mom who cooks.

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    I don't like cooking, I feel very uncomfortable and weird inside a kitchen, and I don't really enjoy the process... I feel awkward. My mum always cooks... I wanted to learn when I was younger but I don't think I do now although maybe some stuff, but I'm not very interested.

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    I love cooking. I don't really cook often though, my Mum cooks everything. She doesn't "cook" from scratch all that often though.

    I did however cook a curry last night, it was fabulous. Not sure what sort though, hehe.
    COOCHIE COOCHIE
    COOCH COOCH COOCH

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    When I'm at home my mom cooks everything, but our maid does my breakfasts and snacks and whatnot. My mom is the best cook EVER, I honestly don't think I had the same meal twice this summer. Literally, 4 months of different meals. My maid is freaking amazing and makes the best breakfasts for me.

    When I'm at school, I cook for myself. It's kind of sad how much I love cooking. Obviously being a student I don't have the time to make gourmet dinners but I like to keep it fresh and mix it up and put a little effort into it. I usually just do my own thing but sometimes I bust out my baby (ie the Nigella Express cookbook). Both my roomates absolutely hate cooking so I always cook for them as well. One of them is lactose intolerant so she skips out on some meals, but the other one usually just has what I'm having - I usually cook for 2, and I'm not complaining. I love it.





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    I wish I had someone to cook for me all the time... lol I also feel weird in the kitchen-that's why I don't do it. I'm afraid to mess something up.

    My boyfriend is an amazing cook. When he's around, he normally cooks.

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    I live in a flat now so I cook for myself, I don't do the usual student thing and eat nothing but pizza and pasta, but I don't do anything fancy. Usually something in the oven, some veg and potatoes.

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    I only heat up microwaveable food, but I do make pancakes and eggs once in a while.


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    I like to cook.

    I love baking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JellyBean View Post
    I like to cook.

    I love baking.

    OH.MY.GOD.
    Do not get me on the topic of baking. I am a future Betty Croker. Hahahaha

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