Are you a good cook?

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Florence Nalianya
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Re: Are you a good cook?

Post by Florence Nalianya » 10 Aug 2019, 00:15

I believe I am cause every time am in the kitchen people say the food was tasty and delicious.

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Post by BookPower9 » 10 Aug 2019, 02:50

I maybe not. I only specialized some of the food or menu. Such as adobo, sinigang, paksiw. Some of the Filipino dishes. Despite of few menus, all are delicious!

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Post by mrnobody3 » 10 Aug 2019, 05:48

I used to hate cooking back then when I was in high school because I didn't have a time for cooking and cooking can be very exhausted. However, after I graduated high school my mother taught me how to cook on holiday while I was waiting for university offer. I cooked my first dish and it tasted amazing. My family said that it tasted exactly like my mother's. I didn't know that I have ability to cook so I wanted to learn again from my mother and cooked as many dishes as I can. It's good that I tried cooking as a new hobby.

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Post by Alison Alissa » 13 Aug 2019, 11:05

Good,at times I cook well and other times I am completely off track.When I concentrate amicably I give my meals a professional touch.

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Post by Wanja Hannah » 14 Aug 2019, 05:43

I love cooking and I consider it an art. I know how to cook nice food and I will make sure to pass the art to my daughters.
Wanja Kenya

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Post by corinaelena » 16 Aug 2019, 02:18

Cooking, like anything else, requires practice. Sometimes I make good food, other times I burn through 3 failed batches of croissants. C'est la vie :D

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Post by Thehorselover » 29 Aug 2019, 14:53

Do you watch the show Good Eats? That will inspire you to do better!

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