My mother has taught me how to cook roast chicken, chicken charming and fish fillets. I now also know how to make coleslaw and salad. I make sure to type the recipes up so I don’t forget them. There is a lot more that I want to learn, so this goal won’t be ticked off in a while.
I will be cooking roast chicken for the family this evening.
I’ve been doing very well. I have cooked dinner [roast chicken, veggies, gravy and rice] 2 or 3 times for the family this month.
I want to be versatile and learn how to cook different types of meals, for example: cooking chicken in many different ways, cooking fish.
For someone who rarely cooks, I am not such a bad cook after all. Everyone loved my soup, and my mother recently said my rice was perfect.
I just need to learn how to cook more meals and I’ll be fine.
About a month (or two) ago, I cooked soup for the family. It turned out well, considering it was probably my first time.
Today, I made dinner without any assistance. Not surprisingly, I burnt the chicken, though still edible. At least the rice came out alright this time…
I’m getting lessons from the parent at home. Cooking is not so bad, I guess.
Ah, wishful thinking.
A few days back, I cooked a simple meal (I’m rarely in the kitchen) and everyone who tried it seemed to love it. My mother has been treating me nicer since then (she rated the meal 8 out of 10). The only problem is… I didn’t enjoy it as much as they did. There must have been a missing ingredient or spice. I’ll let my brother show me how to do this next time. My mother think he’s the best cook in the house.
Looks like I’ll need to hang around in the kitchen more often. Maybe cooking can be an enjoyable thing, especially when everyone anticipates your cooking. :)
I’ve been in the kitchen more often since the holidays. My mother calls it my “training sessions”.
On Sunday, my friend and I spent hours cooking.
Mom’s friend and I cooked this evening.
I guess it’s a good thing being dragged into the kitchen.
I’ve printed out the recipe yesterday. Looks easy.
Okay… I know this is not what I meant by “cook”, but still…
I can do really simple things like fry an egg, or cook rice… but I need to learn how to do some advanced stuff, like cooking particularly meat and fish (and other meals that I enjoy).
I’d have to do it when I live on my own anyway, so I might as welll learn now.
I need to find the time for this.