I wouldn't call myself a professional, far from it, but I can cook a wide array of meals - full roasts, to curries from scratch.
My other half can cook but he has a rule of three. If a meal has more than 3 components he can't cope bless him.
I asked him if I was the best cook of all his girlfriends (I learnt a while ago his mum is unbeatable... Even though she asks me how he likes things cooked - he's such a mummy's boy). He said he had to do the cooking for pretty much all his past girlfriends which to me I find mind blowing. I understand not everyone grew up knowing to cook but surely university sorts you?
I was lucky - my mum taught me to bake when I was about 2/3 and my dad taught me how to make main meals when I was about 12. I became my dads carer at 17 and I took over everything. I now do all the cooking in my home - accommodate my diabetic dad and my gluten free brother.
To me if you can't even do oven chips and chicken nuggets or toast it's mind blowing!!! Let's see the range on GAG.
- I struggle... But I struggle through and achieve something (... sometimes)Vote A
- Absolutely can't. I burn toastVote B
- Yup, I'm a totally pro mofo!Vote C
- I'm a home cook - I'm not a pro but I do more than oven chips and fish fingersVote D
- I can do the basics - oven chips and bacon coming up!Vote E
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I can cook, rather well. Professional? lol, no.
Baking <3 Rarely get to do it.. because, well I usually want to make brownies XD It's been so long!
- - The issue with me cooking (besides my meals for the week) is that I make way too much of it.
Growing up, when being taught how to cook, my grandma was always making meals for 6+ people.
- - So, I either make enough for just myself or go over board and make it for like 6 people. haha.
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