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*Just to clarify, I mean from scratch.
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My mum cooks. It is soo nice when i come home after college and there is nice food to eat.

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Mum does yes. For my father, her my brother & me.

I cook in the week & weekends sometimes.

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I cook my food myself if I don't like what my mom has cooked.
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No, usually I just throw assorted matter into the oven, or just eat stuff that doesn't have to be cooked.
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I cook pretty much most of my meals by scratch and also in bulk then freeze.
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I have pretty much cooked for myself for the past 3 years which I prefer as it means I can eat when I want. I occasionally cook from scratch but I most days I eat something that you bung in the oven or is quick and easy to cook like pasta etc.
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(Original post by guglemugle)
*Just to clarify, I mean from scratch.
yup its either my parent of if their tired me
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Neither. My butler does all that stuff whilst me and mother go horse riding
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Nope. My mum cooks for the week and stores it, but when I don't fancy what she made (which is about 4 days a week), then I cook for myself from scratch.
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Yeap.
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My mum does the cooking but not everyday, on Sundays she cooks everything for the next week or so and leaves it in the fridge or wherever
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(Original post by guglemugle)
*Just to clarify, I mean from scratch.
It is just my girlfriend and me.

I make breakfast every morning, usually a cereal with yoghurt and fruits, an omelette of some kind, a 3-vegetable juice and bread. The bread, juice and yoghurt are homemade by me using all my latest kitchen toys.

I usually eat out for lunch, she brings lunch from home, usually bread and some leftovers from dinner. Friday lunch we eat out together.

Dinner, I cook it on Monday and that usually will be her leftovers for her lunch till Thursday. No idea how she can tolerate eating the same thing 3 days in a row though she insist the portion she eats on Thursday usually taste the best. She cooks Tuesdays and Wednesdays for dinner, usually I do help her if I'm not too busy. Thursdays I go out for dinner with my kids while she goes out with her friends or stays in. Friday I cook dinner and usually we do have some guests over as well.

Saturday, I prepare brunch and usually we both prepare dinner, my kids do join us if their mother isn't in town.
Sunday, I prepare brunch, usually will be something somewhat special. She goes to her mum's for dinner while I go to the house of my kids' grandmother where I cook them dinner.
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every day? no. sometimes we eat out, or get fish and chips or whatever.
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My parents do, yes.
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Mum and Grandma do.
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My mum cooks most days, but occasionally we will eat out or have a takeaway
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I've been trying to cook most days for a couple of reasons, namely eating out is expensive and also I'm trying to get healthier.

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Cooking is one of the few conversations I can have with my sons (one graduated living away from home the other away at uni) without being totally lost in technical stuff.

I do a lot of cooking from scratch and have taught my boys how to do so so that they can if they wish. I tell them to learn techniques and indgredient/flavour combos rather than worry about specific recipes.

Learning to take advantage of what is on offer at the shops and make best use of it is a life skill that can serve you very well imho
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I don't cook but my sister does. Thinking of starting to cook for myself because most of the time she makes chicken meals and I'm getting sick of chicken :erm:
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