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Cast Your Vote:

    • No I don't know how to cook -- Votes: 6
    • Yes i Cook like a chef! -- Votes: 28
Monkey Nuts Australia 4572 posts
31st Dec '12

Step 1. Find a recipe.
Step 2. Buy all the ingredients
Step 3. Follow the recipe.




Now you can cook!

LoveMyBubbaBoy 2 kids; Michigan 3187 posts
31st Dec '12

I use a crockpot all the time. Lol. Dump and go. :)

N's Momma☆ 1 child; Spain 2346 posts
31st Dec '12

I can cook a little bit. Not sure if it's good or not, but he always eats it. :D

RadioactiveCat Due November 8 (boy); 1 child; Roanoke, VA, United States 22749 posts
1st Jan '13

I use cook books, recipe cards, websites and stuff. I really enjoy making really exotic foods. I'm by no means a great chef on my own, but you know, if you can read, you can cook.

Tasha & Nika Due December 22 (boy); 1 child; San Jose, CA, United States 16034 posts
1st Jan '13
Quoting Twinklebby*:" When i was with my ex, i tried cooking, rarely but did, but he wouldnt eat it so i stopped cooking...this ... [snip!] ... times he doesnt, ugh..i suck at cooking. When he doesnt eat it, i just want to give up and tell him to make his own damn food."


I cook really well.. even if I say so myself :) but, DH actually cooks even better, he could basically be a professional chef.



Having said that, sometimes I will make things that my DH is not into - such as a spinach and cream cheese roll, lined with prosciutto. It was lovely, but he wasn't into it, no big deal. Sometimes I'll bake fresh raspberry muffins, and he'll be on a cardio workout kick, and won't have more than 1 if any..



I don't get my feelings hurt because I enjoy the process ..

Tasha & Nika Due December 22 (boy); 1 child; San Jose, CA, United States 16034 posts
1st Jan '13

allrecipes.com is good because you can look at reviewed recipes and see if people liked it or not, before embarking on the process..



I'd recommend using only well reviewed recipes, and then if he still refuses to eat what you cook, ask for constructive criticism and try not to get your feelings hurt.. then work on improving your weak areas

Damien*Dex*Jaidyn's Momma 18 kids; Pennsylvania 1535 posts
1st Jan '13

I make a mean meatloaf. I can do cook beef. I try not to cook pork because for some damn reason I have their huge fear of getting that illness from under cooked pork. No idea why. I also like to make my own casserole dishes.

Caddy ÷ nwark, NJ, United States 9325 posts
1st Jan '13

goerge forman grill!! haha i love it, i throw on some lemon seasoning (they sell the mcormick stuff) and toss it on the grill till its cooked through, then make some steam int he bag veggies...



wal-lah semi home cooked