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    Yes - I judge whether or not I like it. And there are certain people whose cooking I look forward to more than that of others!

    If someone is not such a good cook, then I do occasionally think "Oh dear - it's going to be X [insert name of not very nice dish] again." Whereas with other people it's more like "Woo hoo! We're going to dinner at Z's house! It's going to be awesome!"

    It doesn't make me think anything of them as a person though. Just that we all have different tastes and different interests. It would have to be REALLY disastrous for me to think "How have you not bothered to learn AT ALL?" I don't know anyone in that category. Most of my friends are into cooking/ food, as we are.

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    I do.

    MIL serves up semi-burnt, drowning in oil, cheap mince with powdered mashed potato and toast... and that's her going all out for a special occasion.

    I judge her, then pop down to Subway for something more edible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlissedOut View Post
    I do.

    MIL serves up semi-burnt, drowning in oil, cheap mince with powdered mashed potato and toast... and that's her going all out for a special occasion.

    I judge her, then pop down to Subway for something more edible.
    Oh god, I'm so sorry to laugh but that's horrid! Powdered potato? Too funny.
    I'm sorry!

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    Default Do you judge people on their cooking?

    I don't judge where they get food from or what type of food as different people eat/can afford different things. But I do think about burnt food, only because its often DPs dad that burns food and when I say burn I mean charcoal lol. He's getting better though.

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    No I dont cos I am a terrible cook. DPs mother is an amazing cook...I love going to eat at her place!

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    Default Do you judge people on their cooking?

    I judge my mum & MIL's cooking, neither are very good but hey they try so i don't complain.

    Mum has been trying to copy my potato bake for years. Ive written it down for her but she still insists on doing it her way (ie: milk instead of thickened cream) then complains its not the same.

    X-MIL was a great cook and i learnt a lot from her

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    Lol nope

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    No I just do what I do.

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    Default Do you judge people on their cooking?

    I do judge my MIL because she is hopeless.

    Seriously, she made a meal for us when we visited Ireland that I would not have served to my dog. We ate out or I cooked after that

    My husband says they very rarely had a sit down family dinner growing up. Sad really.

    Also, the first time she came to visit us, she asked one night if she could help with dinner, so I told her to cut up the lettuce for the salad and she got out a steak knife to cut it up

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    Default Do you judge people on their cooking?

    I don't judge, rather try pick up tips lol!


 

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