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    Cooking for your love

    Dear fellow Jubbers,

    Valentine atmosphere and having cooked myself a very nice dinner, my mind wandered and I was thinking how I would love to cook for a boyfriend, what recipes I would like to make him, etc.

    So the question for those in partnership : do you cook for you significant one ? Do you like to cook for your love ? What do you like to cook for him for special occasions ?

    Also, if you are the one cooking, does it get boring ? What do you do to not get bored ?

    And for the single ones, the same but in theory

    Thank you for your future answers
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    Re: Cooking for your love

    no cooking, only fooking.

    oh fine... id go with a gratin, because you can prepare everything in advance, then just shove it in the oven when you wanna eat. granted, thats a trick i deploy whenever i have guests... plus, my béchamel is invincible.

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    Re: Cooking for your love

    Unfortunately, cooking is just not my forte. I'd love to have a partner cook for me as a gesture of affection, but I've always thought it would be romantic to cook with him, and to expand my repertoire in the process.

    A lot of my fantasies start in the kitchen.

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    Re: Cooking for your love

    cooking? who knows how to do that?
    one thing about the closet/you don't have to hurry/it will be bad tomorrow/so brother, don't you worry

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    Re: Cooking for your love

    My BF does all the cooking.

    Any time I've attempted to set foot in the kitchen, he micro-manages everything I do, and hates and nit picks the outcome every time.

    I've given up, and refuse to even attempt to cook anything for him now because of it.
    If he wants it done HIS way, HE can do it.

    ( I don't always LOVE everything he makes either, but I eat it politely since I didn't have to make it.)
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    Re: Cooking for your love

    Quote Originally Posted by borg69unimatrix View Post
    My BF does all the cooking.

    Any time I've attempted to set foot in the kitchen, he micro-manages everything I do, and hates and nit picks the outcome every time.

    I've given up, and refuse to even attempt to cook anything for him now because of it.
    If he wants it done HIS way, HE can do it.

    ( I don't always LOVE everything he makes either, but I eat it politely since I didn't have to make it.)
    The trick then it to make something he doesn't know how to cook, and tell him this

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    People are so rude when they know you spent time on something and the only thing they can do is find fault.


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    Re: Cooking for your love

    It would have to be a tart with nuts in.


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    Re: Cooking for your love

    Quote Originally Posted by star-warrior View Post
    The trick then it to make something he doesn't know how to cook, and tell him this

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    People are so rude when they know you spent time on something and the only thing they can do is find fault.
    Unfortunately, there isn't much of anything he doesn't know how to cook. I am WAY out of my league with him in the kitchen - which is why I choose to stay out of it.
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    I cook for my partner. I usually make steak, chicken or pork chops. No pasta -- he doesn't like it. We go out for special occasions.

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    Re: Cooking for your love

    Quote Originally Posted by loki81 View Post
    I always cook for a guy I'm dating. I like it, as long as it's appreciated.
    More often than not, sadly the last part is the problem ..
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    Re: Cooking for your love

    is do it yea
    but valetine wanna bit got help wash up

    thankyou
    ya zip opan

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