Tuesday, August 22, 2006

What kind of cook am I?

I found this little quiz on my friend, Wystful's Blog
and thought I'd take it!
I'd say it was pretty accurate! (brag, brag!*S*)
I have learned to be a good cook, but only because "fast food" hadn't invaded Europe when I moved over here! I learned to clean a chicken, bake bread, make my own salad dressings, marinate meat, make jam and fruit juices and lots of other things. You don't really need to use a lot of time to make good food, you just have to have the need to EAT good
food, in my humble opinion. Nothing has to be perfect, you can often play it by ear; taste your way to great recipes or go online and see what others have written.
I don't waste time on souffles and food that keeps me on
pins and needles - I make everyday food, but it's fantastic what a little spice
like thyme, rosemary or oregano or paprika can do to a dish.
Fresh food will always taste better than frozen, pre-made or processed food.
(and it really doesn't take much longer!)
I'll be writing some easy recipes here, so come back soon!

You Are an Excellent Cook

You're a top cook, but you weren't born that way. It's taken a lot of practice, a lot of experimenting, and a lot of learning.
It's likely that you have what it takes to be a top chef, should you have the desire...


Chi said...

I will have to take this quiz...probably tomorrow...am dreading learning what they say about my cooking! LOL

Thanks for visiting me today & it was nice to visit you. *s*

Lifecruiser said...

As I said on chi's blog: this test isn't advanced enough for this hungry monster, so I couldn't even answer the questions since there wasn't enough with alternatives ;-)

mar said...

I am a lazy cook...and I need all easy recipes, I will stay tuned!

Wystful1 said...

Way to GO!!!! L L....that's super. Now, what is for dinner at your place. Flying over right now, I am.

PJ said...

I just saw this at Chiladys, I'll tell it here too.
I am NOT a cook but I do try