Post # 1
Being a university student and wife, my unmarried classmates (primarily girls) are always asking me three questions:
1. Do you know how to cook? 2. Do you like cooking? 3. What are you making tonight?
I do love (stress reliever) to cook and usually cook 6 out of 7 days. Tonight I’m making baked parmesan tilapia for my Darling Husband, one of his favorite meals.
What are YOU making your Darling Husband or SO for dinner?
Post # 3
Nothing. He works out of town :-/
But 1) I do know how to cook (self taught as my mother was perhaps the worse cook – no hard feelings though!)
2) I LOVE cooking!
3) leek-potato soup!
Post # 3
except for breakfast, i make every single meal we eat at home. i dont love cooking (i prefer baking) but i enjoy making something nice he enjoys and appreciates
tonight will be chicken and mushroom pie with sweet potato mash (with a touch of sour cream) and a small side of garlic mushrooms
Post # 4
1. I’m very good when I have a recipe and I can do a bit of improvisation once I have a recipe to go off of, but if you give me a pantry and fridge full of food and say “cook something” I’m pretty useless. I am really loving learning about more cooking combinations and am heavily relying on my “Joy of Cooking” cookbook. It is a wonderful book.
2. Right now, I do enjoy cooking. I’m currently not working, so since I have a leisurly time frame to cook in, I greatly enjoy it. When I was working all day, I saw cooking as more of a chore.
3. Tonight we are having leftovers. But it is a turkey pot pie I made 2 nights ago out of our leftover thanksgiving turkey breast. It is really yummy too.
Post # 5
I too am making baked tilipia! I’m also making spaghetti squash with pesto.
Post # 6
I do love to cook, and I am good at it, but tonight I am so thankful that I do not have to make dinner (we are going to my best friend’s birthday celebration). I cook almost every night (he does the dishes.. best system ever) and if we weren’t partying tonight, I would probably be making our Wednesday night tradition, which is breakfast for dinner (poached eggs on toast, bacon, and a green smoothie).
Post # 6
I DO know how to cook , but lately I have been making a lot of chicken varieties (its just such an easy go-to) .. if I make anymore chicken my Fiance might start clucking..
Post # 7
1. I know how to cook.
2. I do not like to cook – hubby LOVES to cook so that’s on his list of household responsibilities.
3. Hubby is making penne with marinara sauce with steamed broccoli and cauliflower for dinner.
I’m very lucky!
Post # 8
Um, I don’t really know how to cook, I usually like cooking, and I’m not cooking tonight! I did last night, so I think we’re having hot dogs and green beans. Fancy, I know – we’re going to play volleyball first so it’ll be later when we get home and want something quick and easy!
Post # 9
I know how to cook and enjoy it but I’ve gotten pretty lazy lately. I am much more willing to put time into my meals when I am cooking for both of us. Lucky for me, the boyfriend really enjoys cooking so he cooks for me often.
Tonight he’s making me chicken pot pie!
Post # 10
I have learned to like cooking and do a pretty good job of it, but my Fiance is an AMAZING cook and really enjoys it, so he does the bulk of the cooking. Which works just fine for me because he can’t wash dishes or clean to save his life, so I get to take care of that when he’s done and make sure those chores are executed properly 😀
Tonight we’re going to a community dinner, but last night we made spinach in creamy parmesan sauce and lean ground beef burgers topped with homemade salsa. Delish!
Post # 11
I’m pretty good at cooking, I like cooking (although I like baking even better) tonight though I am just eating some leftovers, since my Fiance is going out for dinner with his friends and I have personal training.
Post # 12
I’m all by myself tonight, but I still like cooking for just myself. I’m making baked chicken with mushrooms, mashed sweet potatoes, and apple slices.
Post # 13
I know how to cook, like cooking, and tonight I’m making steak and green beans, but just for me. (My SO lives 2 hours away.) I’m good with a recipe and have a dozen go-to dishes that I don’t need to recipe for anymore. However, I definitely am not creative and can’t just whip something up.
Post # 14
I’m cooking a delicious sweet potato stir fry. It’s vietnamese inspired with cilantro and lime. YUM. I’m a wedding photographer and my clients cooked it as part of their engagement session this past weekend.