I can cook… barely.
It’s one of my frustrations in life. I don’t have the knack for cooking maybe because I don’t spend much time trying to cook and experiment with a lot of dishes.
I can cooked canned food, instant noodles, and dishes that only requires sauté. I can fry but I don’t like deep-frying because of the splashing oil when I cook so I avoid it as much as possible.
I can cook rice and it has been my work before when I had a summer job.
Here at our convent, I’m forced to help in cooking. But still, it’s a shame that I can’t even cook Jambalaya.
Mmm! Shrimp! 🙂
It’s tantalizing delicious. I can’t eat it because I’m allergic to shrimps.
Hm. Story of my life.
Would buying cook books help us learn how to cook properly aside from the basics?
I used to say to myself that before getting married, I’d enrol in a cooking class. Then again, there’s Google…
Thanks for adding me on your blogroll. I appreciate it. 🙂
Ah, don’t mention it. 😀
Google? That’s a good idea. Cook blogs will be a great help too.
It needs a lot of practice. And take down notes. My mom’s recipe books have a lot of notes. And here’s a tip…… there are mistakes in recipes.
Yes. Cooking is learned by doing. It’s like playing basketball. You can’t learn it if you don’t play basketball.
Mistakes in recipes? Maybe that’s done by purpose.