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    Quote Originally Posted by loving6 View Post


    Here is my plead....

    Please teach your boys to cook.
    My DD is currently teaching 2 of her floor mates to cook basic meals. They were living on kfc and chicken nuggets until she took them under her wing. What were their families thinking sending there boys off to a new country to fend for themselves with no basic cooking skills.
    with Uni in mind, I am teaching mr nearly 15 to cook.
    So far he can do a bolognaise sauce, a green curry, fried rice, a honey soy stir fry, and a very basic quiche.

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    He can cook and he does when I ask him to (usually a recipe that I have picked and defrosted meat for etc lol). But I just prefer my cooking and I am more organised so I meal plan/defrost/shop for dinners.

    He quite often does eggs or pancakes for breakfast, I am slack in the mornings - it's cereal, yoghurt or toast from me!


    I have been teaching my boys to cook since they were 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2girls1boyplus1 View Post
    Yes he can, he's a chef!
    Does he? Very rarely :-(
    Whatttt! If dh was a chef, oh my lordy, id be expecting gourmet meals every night!!!!!!

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    Yes thank god... I can't reach the stove or sink anymore, I'm so pregnant!!
    Tonight he cooked devilled sausage mash and veggies
    And he loaded the dishwasher

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    Yes, he's waaaay better than me, I HATE cooking, I cook the boring midweek stuff as he's at work. But at te weekend he cooks the yummy stuff!

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    Yes and yes, it's a small part of his job to cook and teach others to cook, I tend to do all the meals at home, but he will do meals every so often.

    It's nice to be bathing the kids when he comes home and come out after bath time to find him midway through cooking dinner... definitely shows consideration for me after a full on day with the kids.

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    DP is an awesome cook... He makes the best Garlic Prawns and he is happy to cook too. I like that we can both do it.

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    Rarely as he works late during the week. He has cooked on occasions, but I really enjoy cooking, so I do it most of the time.

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    Nope he hates it. Bacon and eggs is about as far as he stretches. On the odd occasion a ham and cheese toasted sandwich

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    Yep, DH is an excellent cook, we both love food and cooking and eating. What he lacks is motivation, I always organise what we are cooking and if I ask him to choose a meal to cook then it's always the same meal.
    We will be raising our boys to be able to cook...and clean and sew.


 

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