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Guys Who Can Cook
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LadyDumplings wrote:

Guys, just wear a shirt that says, I cook and I'm single. Then wait for the numbers to pour in.


I am actually going to try that, I'll let you all know how it goes
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koji8123 wrote:

I can cook anything. Not well, but I can cook anything. You want a burned omelette? Done. You want a burned fleming mignon? Done. Burned KFC? Done. Burned and yet undercook spaghetti? Done. Charred cereal. It's yours.


Filet mignon. Not fleming mignon. Tch. Uncultured rube.
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i love to cook it a great career for me i can cook almost any thing lol
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26 / M / Fort Wayne, Indiana
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My dad always did most of the cooking when I was growing up, though my mom was a good cook as well. My mom got home from work late so my dad never wanted to wait the long. I cook for myself now, mainly because I'm a vegetarian and a health nut. From working in a restaurant I know I can't trust things that are seemingly vegetarian, because if there is meat served at the restaurant there will be cross contamination, so I only eat at the one vegan only restaurant around where I live and I rarely even eat there. Therefore I have to cook all of my meals.
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Yeah I can cook some pretty decent stuff. Apparently, girls like guys who can cook, so I guess that's a plus for me
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25 / M / Iowa
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Posted 3/28/14

Phersu wrote:


koji8123 wrote:

I can cook anything. Not well, but I can cook anything. You want a burned omelette? Done. You want a burned fleming mignon? Done. Burned KFC? Done. Burned and yet undercook spaghetti? Done. Charred cereal. It's yours.


Filet mignon. Not fleming mignon. Tch. Uncultured rube.

Not after it's burnt.

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Posted 3/28/14
Guys who can cook are great in my opinion. I can cook a lot of things but baking it what i'm better at.
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25 / F / New Jersey, USA
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I don't care if a guy knows how to cook, clean, and survive on his own. Just as long I as don't depend on him so much then I'm fine.

I'll already have my shit together by then.
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apparently girls do like guys who can cook. i cook for a living but sadly haven't found the time to put the theory to the test xD
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Posted 3/28/14
Cooking is generally fun. Dinner tonight was broiled salmon with garlic salt and rosemary on a bed of wild rice. Mostly because it is simple and takes all of maybe 15 minutes. I am considering throwing a roast in the slow cooker tomorrow, but it has been pretty chilly for this time of year so a nice stew might be good. Especially if it can sit for a day or two.

The homemade hot chocolate and scratch marshmallows is fun too.

But cooking, I think everyone can do it per se. Cooking is pretty easy once one learns the basics.

The real trick is mastering how to clean up afterwards.
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:I I expect most people to be able to cook to some degree, men included. I'd be more surprised at finding a guy who can't handle a knife or make a decent attempt at stirfry.
Now if you can put together good, balanced, diverse meals every day, then unless you look like a good, responsible adult who has everything together, color me surprised.
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29 / M / Atlanta, GA, USA
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Posted 3/28/14
I could always make basic stuff like deviled eggs and garlic mashed potatoes, but recently my sister's fiance has gotten me into learning some more complicated recipes and I might even join him in hunting. Venison is really, really good.

Actually, it occurs to me that I don't know any girls who cook and are uh, younger than forty.
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Posted 3/28/14

Cellory wrote:

Cooking is generally fun. Dinner tonight was broiled salmon with garlic salt and rosemary on a bed of wild rice. Mostly because it is simple and takes all of maybe 15 minutes. I am considering throwing a roast in the slow cooker tomorrow, but it has been pretty chilly for this time of year so a nice stew might be good. Especially if it can sit for a day or two.

The homemade hot chocolate and scratch marshmallows is fun too.

But cooking, I think everyone can do it per se. Cooking is pretty easy once one learns the basics.

The real trick is mastering how to clean up afterwards.


That's just dis ipline. I hate having to clean up before I cook, so I usually make sure it gets done soon after the meal. Once it is a habit, it isn't so bad.

Soup is one of the worst things to clean up, but totally worth it. And a great soup wins most people over.
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most men can cook.
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20 / M / Eng Land
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I can char things, does that count?
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