Who generally cooks in your household? Mom or Dad? Husband/bf or wife/gf? 
Or neither?


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Mountain  Man Profile
Mountain Man answered

My wife does most of the inside cooking and I do most of the outside cooking. But we each do some of both.

Barb Cala Profile
Barb Cala answered

I do all of the cooking.  I used to do most of the cooking when I lived at home too.  My Mom wasn't much of a cook.

Walt O'Reagun Profile
Walt O'Reagun answered

The microwave

Zack -  Mr. GenXer Profile

Everyone cooks for themselves.

Darik Majoren Profile
Darik Majoren answered

We team up on the effort. Recently my youngest has joined in, but his meals are very extravagant . . .I shouldn't complain though, but it is a nice addition to the cooking staff that was in place . . . Which was my wife and I.

Matt Radiance Profile
Matt Radiance answered

It used to be my mother! However i always used to do all my kind of editions of foods! I like to have unusual recipes and create things on my own! Now i'm away from home, i do that much more! And sometimes due lack of time i just get it prepared!

I really missed my mom's cook! She's so talented!  I can confess that i could feel i have stomach ache 6 days out of 7 days of the week! I couldn't never resist her cooking!!!! She's the fault!!!!!!! Lol!

Didge Doo Profile
Didge Doo answered

At Chez Didge I'm the cook.

Occasionally Mrs Didge lends a hand (and she does all the BBQ cooking) but she refuses to wash the dishes. Why? She says that "guest chefs are NOT kitchen hands."

Levi F. Profile
Levi F. answered

When I was growing up, my dad cooked more. Now that I don't live at home anymore, I'm the one who cooks. My roommates don't care about cooking much.

otis campbell Profile
otis campbell answered

the microwave is i could write a microwave cook book

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Didge Doo commented
Otis, back about 1970 they installed a microwave in the canteen where I worked and, instead of serving us hot food, some items were handed to us cold and we were told to microwave them. The first time I bought a neat pie I put it in the microwave, hit the buttons, and waited to see what would happen. Nothing seemed to happen so I reset it and tried again, and again. Finally, in disgust, I pulled ty\he thing out and found that I was the proud owner of a very hard, very dry, meat-pie flavoured biscuit.

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