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Re: I mostly learned to cook from:

by naikonta (Curate)
on Jun 21, 2007 at 05:09 UTC ( #622486=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to I mostly learned to cook from:

I can't vote on the poll due to missing options. I learnt to cook mostly by myself. Well, I'm still learning. When I was in junior high, I was considered by my parents old enough to be left home alone. Firstly, I just went to the nearest (in distance and relationship) neighborhood and ate with their family. And then I started to think to cook of my own. I just boiled water and put everything I can think of from the kitchen set to create my first soup. I cookup up rice, and fried scramble egg. They were good enough for my taste, but I can't guarantee anything for anybody else ;-)

My favourite cook is fried rice, and everytime I fry rice, it's never the same. I always come up with a little different in the detail of receipe. Wondering myself where I'm heading to with my cooking skill, well, if it's considered a skill :-)

Nice poll, though. Thanks for bringing this up.


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Comment on Re: I mostly learned to cook from:
Re^2: I mostly learned to cook from:
by syphilis (Canon) on Jun 21, 2007 at 16:26 UTC
    Thanks for bringing this up

    Interesting choice of phrase for a cooking poll :-)

    Cheers,
    Rob
      And probably in a month or two, "The PerlMonks Cookbook" is released :-) Do they really think that Perl is only about sigils and regexes?.

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