where did u learn your cooking from

India
July 19, 2008 11:36am CST
i am a self made cook sa my parnts were both working i often had the kithen to myself to experiment as a teenager, i was more into making myown dishes than junk food, it has cetainly helped in my eating habits and my likeness for fresh foods
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@royal52gens (5380)
• United States
19 Jul 08
My mom was a traditional stay-at-home mom. She took the time to teach all of us to cook a variety of foods. She encouraged us to try new recipes. My dad taught us to cook outdoors also. Later, I taught my children. Now my oldest daughter is teaching her children.
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@cncoke (439)
• China
20 Jul 08
I learn froom my momand some time by my self I love cooking,but that is very tired.If I have a ggod mind I wqant to do some cooking..
@yenwie84 (1345)
• Malaysia
19 Jul 08
I learned my cooking from my father. My father is the one who always cook for my family although my mother can cook but she seldom cook,lol. My father always cook simple dishes so end up I also know how to cook simple dishes only. But I am trying to create my own dishes from time to time, I always mix the ingredients that I think will taste good to make up a dish. Sometimes I will also refer to recipe book to cook something special.
@smartx (320)
• India
19 Jul 08
I dont cook usually .But when my mom is out Ill have to cook forcefully.Though Iam not a great cook People can manage my dishes lol..I learnt most of them from my mom and my friends who assist me in my cooking (sometimes)..lol( lazy people)
@AshleyHasan (1024)
• India
19 Jul 08
I have learend it from my grandmother she is a great cook. My grand ma knows many dishes and she cooks the food very well it will be very taste and delicious , she is perfect in food, I am learning know one day I will become perfect!
@bombshell (11266)
• Germany
19 Jul 08
i love cooking and i learned it from my own ideas! and now since i am in germany i am getting more and more expert on it because of tv program and i am very proud of it coz everytime i cooked a new recipe my husband has a nice compliments of it and he always said to me i love you more hahaha sweet.
• United States
19 Jul 08
I, basically, learned on my own. When my parents were at work, I'd play in recipe books and make things. My mom was a stay-at-home mom, most of my childhood, and she let us help her cook, sometimes. I learned a little from her, but most of my cooking skills developed when I moved out of the house and had to cook my own food and use ingredients on hand. Being able to cook for yourself really does improve your eating habits. I always made big, long, involved meals, but I learned to cut the recipes into smaller amounts and began cooking even more for myself.