who taught you?

@mayrose (323)
Philippines
September 21, 2008 8:54pm CST
i know how to cook because my father taught me, at first im so irritated cause i hate the smell of garlic in my hand but when i got my first food cooked, it feels great! specially when they say they like it, I feel proud that i did it.
4 responses
• United States
22 Sep 08
I've had a lot of different people teach me how to cook different things. My grandfather taught me how to make a perfect pot of rice. My mother taught me how to bake chicken and fish in the oven. My grandmother taught me how to make homemade biscuits. My mother-in-law (before I got married) taught me how to make a LOT of other things. I also taught myself how to cook some things from trial and error and through the cookbook. Wow, that's a lot of different people. Oh, I also took Home Economics in class and we cooked a lot of things in there as well.
@mayrose (323)
• Philippines
22 Sep 08
Whoa! to learn from different people that means they like you so much and enjoyed teaching you.. thank you
@ANTIQUELADY (36488)
• United States
22 Sep 08
if you'll rub your hands w/lemon juice it will take the odor off your hands. it's good for onions, garlic, boiled shrimp & anything that leaves an odor on your hands. i love to cook. had some real good cooks in my family to.
@jaygee96 (316)
• Philippines
22 Sep 08
I just learned how to cook when I got married because I have no choice. I just read some cook books. I also learned from just observing the ingredients of every food I eat. I take a mental note of everthing and try it myself at home.
• United States
22 Sep 08
I learned from watching my mom cook.But,as I married a hispanic he taught me how to cook lots of new dishes that he likes and now I can cook them better than he can.