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Guys Who Can Cook
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Posted 3/28/14
Cooks pretty fun once you get good at it, and it's rewarding too because good food means good times.
The real question should be: what do you feel about women who eat all the food and leave nothing left for us. I think we all know the answer.
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I learned to cook some things by thinking what flavors would go well together with each other. To me, it wasn't too hard to keep things from over/under cooking.
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Can you make money to cook?
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OMG, a GUY WHO CAN COOK??!?!?!!

Exactly what I would prefer.

He has survival skills of his own ;)

Plus, on Valentine's day instead of buying a gift, he cooks me breakfast in bed and it's a BANQUET???

OMG GIRLS, WE LIKE GUYS WHO CAN COOK XD
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CandyPopShop wrote:

OMG, a GUY WHO CAN COOK??!?!?!!

Exactly what I would prefer.

He has survival skills of his own ;)

Plus, on Valentine's day instead of buying a gift, he cooks me breakfast in bed and it's a BANQUET???

OMG GIRLS, WE LIKE GUYS WHO CAN COOK XD


I want to make my own chocolate on Valentines Day to give away. Mhm. You probably didn't know that about me.
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I can cook pretty well.. though I dont like to boast.
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I find it attractive, though being involved with a man like that would mean that we'd probably need to work out a schedule of sorts. I'm borderline territorial in the kitchen, and bad-tempered when I'm busy. I predict future arguments over ingredients being used before they're assimilated into planned meals, and others over attempts at helping each other leading to us getting in each other's way.
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most men who dont cook dont know how to cook

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i wish i knew how to cook

i cant even work the microwave without breaking it or.......eh....exploding something
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Posted 3/28/14

aeb0717 wrote:

I find it attractive, though being involved with a man like that would mean that we'd probably need to work out a schedule of sorts. I'm borderline territorial in the kitchen, and bad-tempered when I'm busy. I predict future arguments over ingredients being used before they're assimilated into planned meals, and others over attempts at helping each other leading to us getting in each other's way.


There are certain ways I'd get in the way of a woman cooking, but not involving the actually cooking.
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Phersu wrote:


aeb0717 wrote:

I find it attractive, though being involved with a man like that would mean that we'd probably need to work out a schedule of sorts. I'm borderline territorial in the kitchen, and bad-tempered when I'm busy. I predict future arguments over ingredients being used before they're assimilated into planned meals, and others over attempts at helping each other leading to us getting in each other's way.


There are certain ways I'd get in the way of a woman cooking, but not involving the actually cooking.


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My only response to that is that Rin Tohsaka and Sakura Matou were better in the visual novel.
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I can make a pretty mean PB&J
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I started cooking around 12 or 13 and I'd say now that I'm 25 I'm a good cook (by my taste anyways and most people who eat the food I cook). The whole key to cooking is the same as anything else, just some simple practice. Being able to cook is a great asset. Start simple with something like eggs and then in no time you'll be able to master brisket or other foods that take more skill. Plus if you cook something that others don't like you get the privilege of glaring at them and saying "If you don't like what I made then feel free to make something and do the cooking."
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I know how to cook and sew... well still mastering sewing since I'm still taking classes, but for cooking I know the essentials, but I need to get better at it since I don't know many recipes and sometimes I get lazy

I was inspired by MMO's, since my job was always a tailor or chef
Posted 3/28/14

Phersu wrote:


CandyPopShop wrote:

OMG, a GUY WHO CAN COOK??!?!?!!

Exactly what I would prefer.

He has survival skills of his own ;)

Plus, on Valentine's day instead of buying a gift, he cooks me breakfast in bed and it's a BANQUET???

OMG GIRLS, WE LIKE GUYS WHO CAN COOK XD


I want to make my own chocolate on Valentines Day to give away. Mhm. You probably didn't know that about me.


:D Lucky girl Hahahaha~~

And good luck! It won't be too hard, I think (Y)
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