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    He can, but he runs a business so rarely has the time/motivation. I usually cook as I only work casually, but he's usually happy to cook or for us to cook together if I ask.

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    Yep and yep!

    DH is a pretty good cook. I used to cook around 6 nights a week, but since I've been working longer hours and am tired after being on my feet all day, he's been cooking at least 4 nights a week.

    He makes the BEST bibimbap! He makes loads of things, but bibimbap is my favourite

    He also makes my breakfast for me every morning, because "you have to do your hair and it takes ages. If I make your brekky you can sleep in for an extra 15 minutes".

    Naww.

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    hubby is a chef.
    and he cooks (not all the time but most)
    quite often he will bring home meals from work that just need reheating in the oven. that way there are no dishes....


    don't hate me....

    ps. he snores REALLY REALLY REALLY bad (i wear earplugs)
    hope that makes you feel better!

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    DF is the chef in our house.
    He hates cleaning.
    I hate cooking.
    It's an arrangement that works.

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    He can cook and he's amazing at it BUT he comes home late and is starving so he rushes, makes mistakes and ends up using every pot pan and utensil in the kitchen, which makes for a big clean up, which usually gets left for me to do because he hates doing dishes.

    The thing that is so sad, one of the big reasons I fell for the guy is that he DID do dishes, without asking but now that's stopped.

    I have found that his slow cooker meals are very good so I'm encouraging that. 1 pot, 2 plates plus cutlery I don't mind washing.

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    Yep Dh is a great cook and is happy to cook, and cleans up and does the dishes afterwards

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    DF cooks every night, I can also cook very week but DF loves cooking so does it every night

    He has no cooking career haha he is a glazier

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    He has a fair idea of how to cook the things I cook, but by the time he has asked me a million questions it's probably just easier for me to do it. Plus he takes foreverrrrrr! He tops and tails green beans like that guy off MKR, one at a time. He once took over four hours to cook veg spag bog. Hence he cooks very little, maybe once a month.
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    No.

    Actually he may actually be able to, but he is unwilling. He's also fussy as hell so we'd never eat anything other than sausages or tacos if he was in charge of food anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil M View Post
    I cook the boring midweek stuff as he's at work. But at te weekend he cooks the yummy stuff!
    This is us too. DH doesn't like the boring weekday cooking (not that I particularly relish it either!) or the regular groceries, but he loves going off to the markets, Matt Moran recipe in hand, on the weekend.

    He loves cooking meat, I love baking


 
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