I love cooking it's fun, I've fucked up quite a few times though but usually I just bin it and start again or like eat it and be like "hmm I fucked up the chicken it's a bit chewy how can I cook that better"
ofc im an expert chef in local cuisine
Official_HLTV_Chef come here
cooking is very enjoyable. I love looking at new recipes or even making my own and trying them just makes me feel like I'm a pro chef lol
yeah i cook some fancy shit sometimes
If you like to eat well, nobody better than yourself to cook. In my town we call it autonomy.
Greetings and hugs for all the chefs of the forum.
I cook everyday, but only for myself. And if you are saying that pasta and fried eggs are basic/easy recipes, I would say that I probably make medium difficulty recipes.
I can cook meals on medium difficulty when I am alone at home.
no, my maximum is cooking dumplings. it's one of the most disgusting things in life. and unfortunately there is no one who could cook to me.
Fitness made me a cook
can't make hard food, but it is all just recipes so everything is possible
I'm pretty fine with any meat, the only thing I'm not really comfortable with are the deserts
I only cook when I'm home alone, i hate when there are other people in my way in the kitchen, i also blast music and dance when I do stuff
I've been cooking since I was like 11 or so. I have a pretty big family, so when I lived with them I cooked a lot of stuff, genuine fancy dishes included
Now I live alone, and I'm currently dieting, so I cook for myself every day, but nothing really fancy
Yeah sure. Very often pasta with some kind of creamy/cheesy sauce, very often asian-style wok with a lot of greens and veggies, lots of different kinds of soups with loads of veggies, couple times during the year something special like lamb with asparagus and bearnaise sauce, or bake cinnamon buns or a lemon cake. Making food is great but making good food is fucking amazing because shops don't sell great food, restaurants can be good but there's shitty ones too, and the average ones also suck.
I cook sometimes, but I don't like spending hour to prepare the meal and then eat it in 10 minutes
around 80% of hltv can cook? wtf.
Mens I love cooking, that is the best part of my weekend making a huge meal for my family. French, Italian and local cuisines are my favourite, I'd like to get into Chinese also but don't have the time atm
i can cook but only basic stuff nothing fancy or complicated.
All my meals are made by me so I cook every day.
Wish I knew how to cook :/
I try and am learning, but god damn my partner is so much better at it than me T-T
No and I'm certainly more pleased and probably healthy that I don't. If I was into culinary arts I'm sure that I would be a sweated fatbody. There's nothing better than a hearty, delicious, variegated full-course meal, and I certainly don't need that quality of temptation around. I like my food to be quite unremarkable, plain, discrete, so I eat less of it.
Right now my fridge has some broccoli, yogurt, cheese, pickles, and eggs, and I've got some pita bread, chickpeas, and English muffins. Plenty of food for the next few days. More days than if I had a pot of delicious stew that was twice as big as all of those ingredients combined.
I'm cooking almost every day for myself apart from the occasional fast food prep such as burgers and fries or hot dogs or whatever can't be named cooking.
At least once or twice a week I cook for/with others as well.
And before covid I was cooking for bands regularly when we were seeing up shows.
I guess going vegan "helped" a lot with getting into this routine, since back then there wasn't any convenience products as they exist now. And it's cheaper and mostly healthier ofc.
Good food is life (for me) and the preparing process can be somewhat meditating. Already looking forward to the oyster mushroom pasta I want to eat tonight.
I don't cook I don't clean