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Don't let it get to you. He is just so used to his cooking. He has to either adjust to other people's ( yours included) cooking or always cook for himself. It was a little rude of him to respond that way. You should tell him how you feel about his response. You need to communicate with him and tell him your feelings.25
Then plan meals together.
Watch some cooking channels and read some recipe books.
There's so many ways you can better your knowledge.26
If he’s gonna complain about your food he can cook from now on. Problem solved. I am glad he apologized.12
What Girls & Guys Said
I think if I had a girlfriend who cooked, I wouldn't be mentioning how it tasted
when you love someone, you don't say things also remind him that you tend
to overthink things, but then just let things blow over, see I eat anything that
doesn't eat me first LOL21
Everyone’s pallets are different.
He should be happy that you are willing to try to cook. If he doesn’t like something that you make, He needs to tell you what you need to do differently the next time. Not just copping an attitude.
Maybe using a different or sharper cheese the next time.10
well how do you make your Mac and cheese if I may ask?27
he could've been wayy wayy more tactful about it yeah.36
He sounds spoiled to me. When you go hungry for a while you tend to appreciate every bite of food, even if you did get it off someone else's tray or off the floor.
Good luck with that whiner.20
He loves your cooking overall he just thought that one dish wasn’t perfect. He still shouldn’t have said that though.10
Well maybe ask him to cook with you so he can show you how he likes things prepared.
I think he could have had Abit more tact when saying that.21
This boy has no respect for you plain & simple ✌️32
Don't let it make you feel down24
Have you made it for him before? If so, was something different this time? Different brands of ingredient, or you left it in the oven too long, or something? If so, that may be the issue; if not, it may be that he's not used to it being made the way you made it. Saying it that way was kinda rude of him, but one the best lessons life will teach you is to not get too worked up in offense at what people say. Romantic or otherwise, ALL of your interpersonal relationships will be happier if you stop and think what a person means when the say something that upsets you. Think of Mister Rogers. ... Who died almost before you were born. "Hmm, a massive worldwide rise in fear, distrust, and hatred? Nah, they don't need his guidance anymore."
Anyway- it's very nice of you to be cooking for him at all; all the more so in a way that takes real time and effort. You mention that he cooks himself- perhaps you could do it together then- have a cooking date. Learn one another's favorite foods and how to make them. Maybe go to the library, flip through cookbooks, find some things that sound tasty, and try to make them. That way you can build yourselves up together without making it into a fight.