Do you wear an apron when you are cooking?

wear an apron while cooking - Do you wear an apron while cooking?
@Madona1 (2097)
Gibraltar
May 9, 2007 1:59pm CST
Sometimes I will wear an apron while doing the cooking. To avoid the dirty stains on my clothes. How about you?
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@prestocaro (1254)
• United States
10 May 07
Absolutely. I have a really cute pink apron that my sis got for me a few years ago. I love to cook, so it was a good gift. I'm also a total klutz and spill food all the time, so it's good for me. I wear it most of the time when I'm in the kitchen. It's a bib-front with two big pockets and waist ties that wrap around. I love it!
@Madona1 (2097)
• Gibraltar
10 May 07
It is a good gift.
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• United States
11 May 07
Yes, if the person likes to cook. But if they only go in the kitchen to microwave frozen food, then it will seem weird, lol!
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@lightningMD (5932)
• United States
9 May 07
I dont wear an apron but I'm kinda messy so maybe I should. My grandma always wore one.
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@Madona1 (2097)
• Gibraltar
10 May 07
It is time to get one.
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• United States
9 May 07
no.i'm really careful about trying not to make a mess.i have members in my family that should though. they're always leaving a mess.
@bowtieguy (5927)
• United States
22 Jul 07
Yes, I wouldn't want to spill anything on my clothes.
@Madona1 (2097)
• Gibraltar
22 Jul 07
Thanks for sharing your view.
@wdiong (1818)
• Singapore
19 Jul 07
I am normally not in the habit of wearing an apron. I am usually dressed in T shirt and shorts while cooking so there is no need to wear an apron unless I am wearing something that I do not wish to dirty.
@Madona1 (2097)
• Gibraltar
19 Jul 07
I notice there are more and more people have less interest on wearing the aprons. LOL
@makingpots (11922)
• United States
18 Jul 07
I own a couple of aprons but they have been packed away now for so long I probably wouldn't be able to find them. I am a messy cook so I should wear one and I used to, but the hardware fixtures on my kitchen draws were getting caught on them and it drove me nuts. I stopped wearing them when we moved into this house and that was over ten years ago.
@Madona1 (2097)
• Gibraltar
18 Jul 07
Hehehe...it is the first time I hear you say the kitchen fixtures may catch the aprons. Maybe the design of the aprons need to be improved.
12 May 07
I try to avoid the cooking if I can. My husband is great and he enjoys cooking. I got fed up when our children would not eat 'proper' meals. I should get back into it now that they are older but have got lazy. My husband wears an apron when he cooks as he tends to make a mess too.
@Madona1 (2097)
• Gibraltar
12 May 07
How lucky you are! I wish my husband can do the cooking so that I don't have to cook. LOL
@lani0529 (1726)
• Philippines
11 May 07
Hello madona!(",) Eversince I learn how to cook I haven't remembered wearing an apron. It seems unnecessary and I'm not used of wearing one. Thank God I didn't have any accidents for not wearing an apron. It's better to be careful most of the time.(",) Great daY!
@Madona1 (2097)
• Gibraltar
11 May 07
You must be a good chef!
@dianagnes (1088)
• Singapore
10 May 07
I have an apron but i use it not while cooking but when washing the dishes.Cooking does not really make my clothes dirty or stains but when washing dishes it will surely makes me all wet,the clothes im wearing i mean.I think im not professional enough in handling washing dishes,hehe.Thats why i need an apron while washing the dish.Anyway,most people out there also used apron when doing the same thing!
@Madona1 (2097)
• Gibraltar
10 May 07
True, apron can be used on multipurpose! You are a smart lady.