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Student here, don't cook.
Unless it's high protein low fat meats. I can feel the goodness with every bite, so then it's worth it.

I dont get excited about food I see it as nutrtion and energy. I respect those that do though.
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"I've got a lot of friends who don't know how to cook, which I could never understand because not knowing how to cook is like not knowing how to fuck...Cooking is like fucking. You’re going to be doing it for the rest of your life, so you better be good at it." - Robert Rodriguez
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22 / M / Louisiana
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I can cook pretty basic stuff, i usually take premade stuff and give it a little bit of my own spice to make it better.
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17 / F / In your closet o_...
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Cook? Hmm not too good at normal food but I bake the best cookies ever *grins*
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Cook? Whelp! For me, I need a pot, a cup of hot water, and a potato nongshim ramen packet.
Making a quick meal such as this will make anyone happy c:
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Basic things, and baked goods. My master piece would have to be a chocolate cake I made with cream cheese frosting. With the help of others, of course, because otherwise I would ruin it.
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22 / F / Pennsylvania
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Posted 9/2/12
I must say, I make the best ramen.
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22 / M / Southern California
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I would LOVE to cook... if only someone would teach me. Don't say watch Food Network, cause I do... but I'd rather learn from firsthand experiences

Ichiko's cooking failure

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Posted 9/3/12

SexyJesusCookie wrote:

I must say, I make the best ramen.


I hope yours looks as hardcore as this. :)

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27 / M / texas yall!
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Posted 9/3/12 , edited 9/3/12
i can grill most vegis and proteins to perfection and am not bad a throwing things together in a wok and making something delicious but ill be damned if i can follow a recipe to save my life. its kinda weird. i made mac and cheese once and didnt pay attention to the DO NOT DRAIN instruction which appeared as such... lets just say my sauce did not thicken appropriately no matter what i tried... stupid gluten

o yah and a i can make so bomb chocolate chip cookies from scratch!!
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Posted 9/3/12
I can cook, I've enjoyed doing it forever and probably always will. I'm not a pro by any means though (thought about it a few times though...) anyways If it's not too hard like souffle I think I can manage it might just take me a couple tries.
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I love to cook, and it's actually one of my hobbies. I've always loved art and creating things as a kid, but then I realized that I suck at drawing and painting and anything art-related...then I tried cooking. The thing about cooking is you can express yourself through your food, and anyone can learn it. A lot of times I just make a stew or stir-fry, but sometimes I make fried rice, pork chops, fish...I can pretty much cook anything (with mixed results of course). I can't quite make anything fancy or elaborate because ingredients are expensive, but sometimes I'm able to get enough ingredients to make something good...And it's practically art you can eat, who doesn't like that?


yellowmangoes wrote:

I would LOVE to cook... if only someone would teach me. Don't say watch Food Network, cause I do... but I'd rather learn from firsthand experiences

Ichiko's cooking failure



I watch Food Network too, and while it teaches you stuff, it really doesn't help. lol They make it look so easy...then when normal people such as myself try to recreate it, everything goes awry. Hands-on learning I think is the best way to learn how to cook (not that I've experienced that before, but I'm guessing it's very helpful).

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21 / M / Demacia
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Posted 9/3/12
I cook almost everything, most of them italian food ñ_ñ
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Posted 9/3/12
I've only begun learning how to cook. The only dish I've made so far that actually tastes nice is Spaghetti Bolognese.
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I LOVE cooking. I get to eat my creations.

The worst yet has to be when I wanted to make candy, but instead burnt sugar on the stove instead, or the time I made eggs explode in the microwave.


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