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25 / F / Huntsville
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Posted 4/3/14
I do not cook; I microwaved my dinner but I do want to learn the basic, such as frying a fish in a pan and making spaghetti.
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suhamagirl wrote:

I do not cook; I microwaved my dinner but I do want to learn the basic, such as frying a fish in a pan and making spaghetti.


Microwaves, probably one of the best inventions ever.
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56 / M / Canada
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Posted 4/3/14
A woman that can't cook had better have other skills ! Like cleaning up , I was on my way to becoming a chef like my sisters but that all ended . If I cooked I had to do the dishes if they cooked I had to do the dishes because they feed me ,. cooking is great cleaning up sucks . So I would cook for a woman no problem but she gets the clean up . Her feet are shorter that way she can stand closer to the sink !
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54 / M / Tacoma, WA. wind...
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I've gone out with only one woman who could cook.... She was a professional, so she was pretty good at it. The rest of them you NEEDED to keep them away from the kitchen unless supervised. OR the food came from a can or a bag...

Most of the rest of the women I've been with, their mothers were pretty good cooks....

If I could get off my butt and start going out again, I'd be happy with a gal that is at least interested in learning to cook, if she isn't very good. I can be a serviceable teacher... and I don't mind learning something new myself.

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Posted 4/6/14
Is a keeper.
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Phersu wrote:

If she is a good cook, I'm already as good as hers.



drascorpion77 wrote:

Is a keeper.


LOL at these two posts. Have you been in relationships?
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20 / F / Australia
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As a female myself, I can't really answer those questions as such although I do cook. I normally cook between 1-3 meals a day, 5 days a week. I think that as long as you're compatible with another individual their cooking abilities shouldn't hinder your relationship with them. My boyfriend has recently been getting into cooking and it's great because he often used to watch me cook and over time he slowly started trying to help and it's really quite fun to try out new recipes together as well as just cook together in general.
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28 / M / USA atm
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Posted 4/6/14

Sychop wrote:


Phersu wrote:

If she is a good cook, I'm already as good as hers.



drascorpion77 wrote:

Is a keeper.


LOL at these two posts. Have you been in relationships?


Only in CR lol gotta dispense humor whenever possible, though, my post to OP was more sarcastic.
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26 / M / UK
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Posted 4/6/14
I just like people who can cook. Physical gender isn't important.
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31 / F / Millersville, Mar...
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Posted 4/6/14
As a female, I can say it disappoints me when either gender can't cook. I feel that it's a basic life necessity. If something happens to the convince of a microwave/fast food/ freezing systems/ease of access....so many people are fucked.

I personally, grew up in a home where my grandmother was a caterer and the family worked for her. I grew up cooking, waiting and mixing drinks. I currently cook breakfast, lunch and dinner for my family, roommate and some friends daily. I even get up extra early on days I have University and make my sister her Bento (she now demands them for lunch if she isn't buying. I spoiled her -__-).

Cooking and Art are passions for me and my favorite hobbies. Often I put the two together as well. I am willing to make whatever and often find myself making Asian (Korean and Japanese mostly but sometimes Chinese) or Germanic dishes. I make a lot of Americanized dishes and foods but I find them bland. I love Korean, Thai and Jamaican dishes because of the spice.

I don't understand how people can't cook, even if it's just basics (My stepfather burns eggs, oatmeal and toast. I don't even understand.)
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29 / F / England
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Posted 10/3/14
everyone should learn to cook....

how do you get by without knowing how to cook as you get older?


also I love cooking I love seeing people enjoy what I have cooked

makes me very happy

especially if I can cheer someone up after they have had a hard day

I made teriyaki for an upset friend and she got all excited about learning how to cook it with me after liking it to much it made me super happy
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