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When did you started cooking? What was the first dish that you prepared?

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When I was about 12 or 13, and my grandmother was visiting us. She would sit in the kitchen and tell me how to cook, just sitting and telling me what steps to follow. She gave me the confidence that I needed to know that I could cook and it was not something that only adults can do. Thank you Grandma.
I started cooking at about 13 years old. Once I was in high school I had to cook for the family one night per week. It was mainly pasta. Delicious!
I started cooking when I was at high school. First dish I prepared was fried rice.
I was 12. I borrowed a couple of cook books from my school library. The first thing I made was pancakes!
I was about 12, and I made poached eggs for my mother.

I also did some peas with them around the eggs.

When I was about 15 and went to boarding school - it is not something I enjoy doing unless I'm in the company of others.
My first dish was rice and yellow lentil.
About age six. I remember my mother giving me a few ingredients to make a cake. I just mixed them together and she would place them in the oven. I went from there to here
by Gia
I cooked with my mum from a young age and now I cook with my 3 year old.
I used to 'help' Grandma cook when I was a pre-schooler. At 7 or 8 I started doing simple cooking from recipes with Mum keeping an eye on me to make sure I didn't hurt myself. I enjoyed experimenting in the kitchen and Mum was happy to let me.
Helped Mum from age 3, first cooked a meal independently at about 10, my brother and I used to love making a chicken chasseur sort of thing
I only started cooking when we came back from our honeymoon! I could only cook lamb loin chops, chicken something, sausages & veggies, & a couple of other meals. We had a lot of burnt dinners for the 1st few months! My mum wanted to teach me to cook, but I only wanted to go out! As we've now been for married 47 years, I've no idea what the 1st meal was that I cooked. Now, most of my recipes come from on line. I only ever made the same meal once a year. All the recipes I've used from cook books have a date pencilled next to them. The ones I've made from on-line, I've written up in a 'Draft'.folder & dated. I would never have had time to do this, if I had to go out to work!
by Miro
A few years back.
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