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    Mine was lasagne :laugh: I was about 9 or 10 and my mum taught me. I knew how to use an oven before that, but that was the first thing I'd actually learned to make rather than just dumping some chips or something onto a tray and chucking it in the oven. How about you?
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    Mine was lasagne :laugh: I was about 9 or 10 and my mum taught me. I knew how to use an oven before that, but that was the first thing I'd actually learned to make rather than just dumping some chips or something onto a tray and chucking it in the oven. How about you?
    A victoria sponge - my mum's way. just dump everything in
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    (Original post by chelseadagg3r)
    Mine was lasagne :laugh: I was about 9 or 10 and my mum taught me. I knew how to use an oven before that, but that was the first thing I'd actually learned to make rather than just dumping some chips or something onto a tray and chucking it in the oven. How about you?
    Scrambled egg
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    You guys were so sophisticated with your first forays into cooking. I boiled some pasta and then heated it up with some pesto. Stuck some cheese on and hey presto! But then again no one taught me, it was an experiment!
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    Pot noodle.
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    I think it was a pasta bake, was about 13.
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    I honestly can’t remember the very very first thing lol
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    A cheese toastie in the breville when I was 4 years old.
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    I think a spaghetti bolognese in year 7 food tech.
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    At school? Cheese on toast in cooking lesson
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    Porridge.Wasn't exactly cooking but damn it has fueled me for years.

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    Toast.
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    mine was lasagna as well! I was a year or 2 younger than you though
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    A bowl of cereal? Pretty sure that counts as cooking
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    Boiling rice.
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    Spaghetti Bolognese. Asked my mum to show me how as I would eat it up to 4 times a week as a kid.
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    Cheese biscuits; I found the recipe in a school cookbook, yum! I was around 9-10 years old xP
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    A boiled egg
 
 
 
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