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My mother is great.
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Freddy96NO wrote:wait you feed her "here comes the plane... Mother.."

Actually it's more like "GODDAMNIT MA, eat your fucking vegetables, and quit whining that they're green!!" Then I threaten to send her to Shady Pines.

Yes, I live in an alternate universe where the children cook have to yell at the adults to eat their veggies. *sigh*
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She is okay.
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She's pretty good, but it's nothing to rave about. My older sister is starting to cook way more often than my mom anyway.
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My mother is okay at cooking. My father is the better cook for sure.
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Eh, she had a couple recipes here and there.

Although considering the work lifestyles my mom and dad had for a good while, I might have witnessed a small portion of the evolution of the frozen foods industry in my lifetime. lol
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Yeah she is pretty good at cooking.
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My stepmom isn't really. She can cook decently, and has a few things she does really well. I don't think she really enjoys it though.

My dad was a good cook, and enjoyed it.
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Yes, my grandmother's cooking was an even better. The strange thing is my mother said when she was young, grandmother's cooking wasn't good. It seems she practised on mother and perfected it by the time the next generation came along
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My mom is a great cook and so is my dad, when she doesn't cook, he cooks.
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18 / M / The Bay
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My mom sometimes cooks, but my dad does most of it.

And it's good.
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21 / M / Ponce, P.R.
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Yeah, she can cook anything.
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My mom is a great cook as well. Taught me a lot and helped me to find my own style of improvisation.

Had to learn baking on my own though; she never really got into it, although she can make cakes, brownies, etc. for birthday occasions.
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HuastecoOtaku wrote:

Is your mothers cooking the ambrosia of the gods or something that belongs in the trash?

My mother is a fantastic cook and one of the reasons I used to weigh 260 pounds back in the day. She cooks everyday and is frequent baker. Every time she makes doughnuts I eat more than five

So what about your mom? Is she a good cook?


My mom's cooking is somewhere in between great and gross. On a scale of one to ten she stays between six to eight only dropping below that when trying a new recipe the first few times.


EvilBunnyFluff wrote:


Freddy96NO wrote:wait you feed her "here comes the plane... Mother.."

Actually it's more like "GODDAMNIT MA, eat your fucking vegetables, and quit whining that they're green!!" Then I threaten to send her to Shady Pines.

Yes, I live in an alternate universe where the children cook have to yell at the adults to eat their veggies. *sigh*


Dorothy, you shouldn't yell at Sophia like that.
Posted 2/4/16

Markest1 wrote:

My mom is a great cook and so is my dad, when she doesn't cook, he cooks.


A few days ago I was wondering where the George Clinton guy went. It's nice to see you again!
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