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    Default Can/does your dh or partner cook?

    poor dh, he sets the smoke alarm off trying to cook an egg heehee

    I wish he could cook, it would be awesome.

    Does your dp cook for the family?

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    No never but we (well I) had a talk to him last night and he's going to start once a fortnight. I hope that's fair sounding?

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    Can DP cook? Yes.

    Does he cook? Nooooo.

    I think he's a good cook so I'm sad he doesn't cook more often, but he's so busy with work so that chore falls to me. I enjoy it though so I don't mind.

    Maybe once bubs is born he will be more inspired to cook.

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    My DH is an awesome cook and he will cook when I need or ask him to

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    She has a small repertoire of meals she cooks. Steak, mushroom chicken and a few pasta dishes.

    I like her food, but she never has enough veges with it which infuriates me

    I have really come to love cooking and I suspect will be doing the vast majority of cooking in our house when we're on our own and stop resorting to takeaway so often.

    ETA: she cooks on days she's not working, I cook on days we both work or for myself when she's on night shift.
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    My husband cannot cook. He can do toast, maybe some eggs if pushed but that's it.

    He is though very good at picking up Thai on a Friday night so we call that his night to cook

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    Yep he cooks! And he's pretty good if I must say so myself! He was an awesome help when I had all day sickness n couldnt face cooking dinner...poor bugger cooked dinner for 4 months straight

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    He can cook but doesn't usually although funny this topic was brought up tonight as I just finished a lovely dinner he cooked for me while I was cleaning!

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    Yep my dp can cook, his cooking is more popular than mine lol. We share the cooking, usually who ever is home first does the cooking, the other one does homework, washing, dishes etc and whatever else needs to be done. I'm very lucky

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    Yep, DP is a good cook. When i worked later than him he cooked every night. Now we eat at toddler o'clock so DP walks in the door at dinner time. He misses cooking and usually does at least once on the weekend.

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