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    Quote Originally Posted by Travdan View Post
    No, but I always worry if someones judging me lol. I always assume that they'll think it's terrible.
    Im the same!

    And as Maluffly said, as long as its cooked by someone else im stoked!
    My DP cant cook at all either so I love when other people cook for me!

    If i dont like someones cooking I normally still try to eat it so i dont offend

    If I like it I normally ask for the recipe!

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    I put other (there had to be one of us) I am a critical thinker in general but I dont usually judge people's cooking ability unless I am in the kitchen with them. If all I see is the end product I usually really like it- I love food and so long as some effort is made I usually love it. I really like tasting normal simple foods (like spag bol or a roast) done in someone elses way, if I love it I will usually have a go like that myself next time.

    Restaurant food however I almost always judge.

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    No way!! I totally agree with the others, just having my meal cooked by somebody else is a blessing in itself I don't usually think about what it is hehe

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    When I go to other people's houses If its bad then I think it and may talk about it with DH on the way home but I rarely remeber it after that night and it wouldn't stop me going back.

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    The famous bub hub question "do you judge people for.......?"

    I judge their dish and their effort. Not them.

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    I going to admit it I judge people on their cooking really I do. Not in a negative way I mean if the food is bad I don't really think much of it... However if the food is great I am kind of in awe and impressed so I think that's judging really. I'm really especially impressed by great baking.
    Last edited by ManekiNeko; 12-03-2010 at 15:17.

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    I dont know about judging lol but I do think 'wow this is crap" or the other lol Dont really consider it judging though, just me liking it or not...
    How would that be judging?

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    I might... at MIL's

    But otherwise I'm just grateful for a meal I didn't have to cook.

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    No I like to enjoy someone else cooking, I dont compete when I get a free meal that I dont have to cook.
    I like what I like others may not somethings I dont like, but I am not going to judge someone on their cooking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeppaH View Post
    I dont know about judging lol but I do think 'wow this is crap" or the other lol Dont really consider it judging though, just me liking it or not...
    How would that be judging?
    I guess I consider it judging because I am impressed by someone who can cook or bake and I think they are awesome iykwim? Probably becausr I don't think I am that great so I think highly of their skillz lol.


 

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