Did you able to cooking?

Indonesia
September 8, 2011 9:24pm CST
What cooking that you good at? Who was cooking for your house? Do you think is important we are learning cooking? especially for girls? and they who still in school? and how the opinions of men regarding this issue? Even though not a field that I know well, but I often learn cooking from my grandmother. For me cooking is good for trained sensitivity, intuition, and creativity. cook is art. A good chef is also a good artist. The most I have mastered is the fried rice, in addition to the various cooking of soup.
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13 responses
• Indonesia
5 Aug 12
I know and can cook, but not expert at it. Sometimes I bring my recipe notes into kitchen and follow the steps. It work many times
• Indonesia
15 Mar 12
I cook,, but not as delicious as if my aunti did. I can cook simple dishes, sometimes I want to try other recipe. I can cook what my aunti cook now, cos I have been watching her many times :D
@chicgale (2982)
• Philippines
13 Mar 12
I love to cook! It is important that we learn how to cook. I cook in our house coz my husband cannot cook. hehehe
@cruride (66)
• United States
31 Jan 12
I love to cook what I already know how to cook, but i wish I could have a beter understanding of what goes well with certain ingrediants. I look at all the cook shows and I am impressed as to how they just put ingrediants together and make a faboulous dish. I have considered going for cooking lessons, but I am not exactly sure that I will still have the capabilities as those cooks have. I think it is very important to learn to cook particularly because it is more cost effective, healtheier (sometimes), and for me really fun. I hope that I can teach my son to cook so that when he is on his own he is able to feed himself without having to order out a lot. MOre importantly, I really am a strong beleiver in learning your native foods. I have tried learning some of the many dishes my grandparents cook so that I can be able to get to the point where I am confident it tastes just like their food.
@bubuth (1816)
• Philippines
27 Jan 12
Before i don't feel interested in cooking but when i get married i started to study how to cook different dishes like sinigang na baboy,adobong manok, simampalukan because those are the favorite dishes of my husband and i feel glad that he like the taste of my cooks. When i see the that he really like my dishes it also encourage me to study more dishes.
9 Sep 11
hi:) I love to cook,I know some recipe that I can cook alone without the help of my mom, so when my mom is sick or tired I do the cooking, I like my food to have a decoration, so if I cut the veggies I make some shapes with it,I really enjoy doing it,I also bake cookies, my chocolate chip cookies is their favorite, I guess it's yummy:D have a good day friend!
@shskumbla (3341)
• India
9 Sep 11
It is good to learn, cooking. When we go out or When we make a small room(for job or other purposes)and we cannot be able to live with wife, it is good to learn. Also before marriage when we live lonely, small cooking plays an important part
• Philippines
9 Sep 11
Wow! At least you have mastered something about cooking. As for me, I really don't cook and when I do I usually eat it all out and never cared about its taste. When I was away from home, the only best thing that I can cook is the instant noodles or just saute canned goods. Yes, I do feel that cooking has more into it than the taste. My siblings really pour out the effort in their cooking. They are very particular with the procedures and the ingredients. I wish I was also interested in cooking like them. But I guess, the only thing I am interested was eating their cooking.
@ptrikha_2 (7936)
• India
9 Sep 11
I can do a bit of cooking. I can prepare a few veggies, prepare tea , and make wheat breads("chapathis" ) of wheat flour. However, I can learn and try out new things if required.
@myfb2009 (8304)
• Malaysia
9 Sep 11
Cooking is one of my favorite chores. In fact, i had learned how to cook since when i am at the age of 10. Because at that time, my mother was very ill, so have no choice but to learn cooking from her. I had to learn cooking under her supervision, since no one else is able to cook. All my other siblings are still very small, so as the eldest i have to learn. At first it is difficult since i never cook before. After a few times of trials and errors, finally i am able to master the skills. When i got interest, i also learned to bake cakes and cookies. I am happy that now i am able to cook and bake for my family to eat whenever i am free. I loves to cook Chinese cuisines, since that's what i learned mostly from my mother...Even you can save a lot of money in the long run by learning to cook and eat at home...
@kry893 (222)
• Canada
9 Sep 11
I like to cook when I have time. I also like to try new recipes from the cook book or from websites. Yes, I do think it's just as important to learn to cook as well as cooking being a pastime. Women usually know how to cook but men can be equally just as good nowadays too. Alot of men are chefs nowadays as well. I learnt cooking from my mom, who taught me alot of food varieties. My dad knows how to cook as well. So, I consider myself quite lucky. I can cook various types of dishes but I'm not very good at baking.
@Judy890 (1633)
• United States
9 Sep 11
I love cooking. I can make spaghetti and aballs with some pasta sauce, I can also make rice and fish.
@marie2052 (3697)
• United States
9 Sep 11
I love to cook. I took cooking classes (home ec) in high school. When I got married and had a family I was greatful to know the basics already and just added to them. Even though I am in my 50's now I still come up with new dishes and new ideas. Learning through your heritage (grandmother) is a great way to carry on cooking traditions. Learning to cook rice dishes and soups is a good basic that you can learn to add other things with those types of dishes! Hope you continue to learn and love cooking. My son enjoys cooking. Have to say he likes catching fish and finding new ways to cook them.