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    Well, that settles everything. We have different applied definition of cooking here

    I can cook up to quite complicated things to sustain my life, that's for sure. Here I cook every day, often 3x a day (although when lazy, I would just cook a big batch to last the whole day). That being said, I rarely get my hands on complicated ones (like meat roulade, anything involving whole chicken or a large chunk of meat, or cake), especially the cuisine of my homeland, which often involved multi-step cooking/braising over >4 hours. Don't have the time (yet) and too cumbersome for a meal for one. Hopefully I have someone to cook for to motivate me to cook those things

    And stir-fry is not the same as making fries/deep frying. It's more like sauteeing. Like sweet sour pork, black pepper chicken, or teriyaki - those are all stir-fries. Even sauteed veggies can be considered a part of stir-fries.
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    At least you can prepare something simple, like simple veggie sautee or stir fry. When you say you're hopeless at cooking, it conjures up the image of, I don't know, not being able to do ANYTHING in the kitchen Like a friend of mine when we were in the rural areas for our end-of-study internship practice year. She said she didn't know how to cook and she really meant it: she didn't know how to fry/boil eggs, the simplest of all. She didn't even know frying requires oil. She could only boil water. She did show the eagerness to learn and short 2 months she could manage simple dishes. At least you're not that bad, no?

    Ah, I can never forget the looks of my other friends/colleagues when she put the pan on the stove and cracked the egg onto it without oiling the pan first.
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    Really? Wow I had no idea. I mean, scattered in your posts are references to food and everything. Obviously that doesn't mean you must be cooking all those but based on my presumed image of you, I just assume you (or your husband) did make some of them
  4. Have you never tried it? If not, how do you know you wouldn't like it? I mean, after your tongue it's all wet and relaxed just waiting for something more. I can see you as a top. Go ahead, bury it to the balls.
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    haha...sometimes I wonder. I'm definitely an ass man.
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    And here I am feeling summer stingily not letting fall in. I fear winter will be little more than a killing frost here.
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    It's in the comments section and I saved every comment I had with fellow JUBbers ... back then the comments storage was not as long as the last web upgrade it's hence easy for me to look for old wounds for blackmailing
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    About the creamy dessert pie, actually you did have told me. We even had a short conversation about that lol XP
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    I hope so. We will see whwre I am in 20 years
  10. Sounds like it's progressing on course. Glad you're doing well, Anthony.
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