Recipes/Cooking » some women don't know how to cook. by: Kenny11973(m) .:. Sat, 15 Nov, 2014 - 04:36:30:am GMT

I kept wondering if some women don't know how to cook. For who you are, either rich or poor. If you as a woman you don't know how to cook is a very bad thing. How will you be cooking for your husband , oh sorry you employ a cook or what will you do. But if you heard that your husband is sleeping with the cook, you better don't complain. If as a woman you really want to win the heart of a man, the best way is good cook. Tell me why you don't know how to cook. I as a man,I can cook 90percent of our foods here in Nigeria. Tell me what you are doing when your mum is in the kitchen or you want to tell me your mum don't know how to cook either. Please I need some answer why some women don't know how to cook.
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Re: some women don't know how to cook. by: Kenny11973(m) .:. Mon, 29 Dec, 2014 - 12:46:35:am GMT

I think I got answers . Many women don't know how to cook because of how there mother handle them when it comes to kitchen. Any time a mother is in their office (kitchen) I believe he should call her daughter's attention . Most mother's don't do that. I know of a lady ,she so lazy to the extent that she can't cook for herself and is the curse of her mother. I Noticed when the woman is cooking the daughter will be busy with phone or TV. One day I talk to the Daughter , how will you cope with a guy when you don't Know how to cook, she said they have to seek for a house help. I can never forget that statement. So laziness,I don't care attitude,no respect for men,parental implications are reason most ladies don't know how to cook.
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Re: some women don't know how to cook. by: Funmo(m) .:. Thu, 22 Jan, 2015 - 05:31:52:am GMT


The post here says some ladies can't cook, well it's only because they are not knowledgeable about the recipe they wish to cook. Even if you don't know how to boil water, you won't be able to boil water effectively. All I'm trying to say is that, knowledge is power, even when it comes to cooking. Once again and as usual, the master chef comes to the rescue. Ladies, I present to you the ikokore recipe starter pack.

Ikokore delicacy is rife in South-West Nigeria, especially amongst the Ijebu natives of the Yorubas. The food is too delicious not to be savored all around the world, provided you wish to taste it. Below are steps to getting your tongue bitten:


Get the type of yam used for ikokore. It's a form of water yam popularly called isu ikokore. Get palm oil, pepper, salt, maggi, fish, meat, crayfish.


Cut into sizeable tubers and grind using a hand-size grinder - an "irin ikokore", this gives you a slippery form of the raw yam. (This process takes time more than the actual cooking itself, but it's always worth it) You may proceed to eat it like that, but it's not advisable. Lol.


Proceed to pour your ground yam into an already-boiling water. 35 minutes afterwards, pour all your ingredients and mix. Leave the pot uncovered, and take it off fire after about ten minutes. Eureka!!! Ikokore is ready.

In just three steps, the master chef has been able to give a succinct description of preparing Ikokore. Now get to the yam market near you, get ingredients, cook and drop your testimonies.

**ijb's finest**

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Re: some women don't know how to cook. by: Charity(f) .:. Wed, 06 Feb, 2019 - 01:43:41:pm GMT

For me, it's not that my mum didn't teach me, my mum though not a caterer but she's d best cook in d world. She always tries to teach me but I just couldn't learn rather I always get it wrong. Though, I know wat to do but it just doesn't come out right,it always taste awful and I do wonder y. Maybe cooking isn't my thing cos I've tried,I'm still trying to do it right yet it's not working... Wat do I do????
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Re: some women don't know how to cook. by: Piwizo(m) .:. Wed, 06 Feb, 2019 - 02:04:10:pm GMT

Well first of all let's get this straight a woman's office is not the kitchen, I didn't marry my wife because I want her to cook for me, I married her because I love her and I see as a partner in fulfilling destiny, i still maintain it is not the duty for a woman to cook, in the house anybody can cook, am I saying you should hire a house help? No not at all, if your wife can't cook what is the point in teaching her if you as a guy knows how to cook better than her, will the ground open up and swallow you if you do that no, it's here in this part of the world that we complain about everything if you married that woman because you want her to cook for you go to the restaurants and pick any chef there and marry, and if you have a woman that cooks for you appreciate her it is not easy, she goes to the market and still cook omg inhaling all those smoke and stuffs that comes with cooking of soup stew and all those delicacies, remember she's your wife, understand that, and if you overwork her she will get old rapidly older than her age suggests, if your child wants to learn how to cook the mom can teach her same way the dad can teach her, she could also enroll for all this catering or food and nuts class how they improve you to become a better cook but wat I don't like is calling the kitchen the woman's or wives office, I don't buy the idea!!!

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Re: some women don't know how to cook. by: Dynameak(f) .:. Tue, 19 May, 2020 - 10:13:50:pm GMT

@kenny11973: Half way into the teen age I experienced this in my family because my dad believes a child should concentrate so much on excelling academically and it's expected of the mother to keep up with every other household chore. Oh my!

Thanks to my mum for not responding completely to my father's plan on not doing any other thing aside going to school and reading so much to make good grades or else I'd be a spoilt brat now and at this age I'd be the one to bear the brunt from my inability to cook. I feel so much that parental or environmental interference shouldn't be the base for individuals decision, like the adage that says "you can make a decision for a toddler but when he is of age, he will refuse all of the decisions you made and make new decisions". I did that when I became a teenager by deciding to learn how to cook even if I had to sneak into the kitchen when my dad gets carried away with other activities and I am grateful to God that that teenage decision had birthed a good cook.

**Life is a race but with God's element of grace it'll be worth while to explore His goodness. **

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Re: some women don't know how to cook. by: Dynameak(f) .:. Tue, 19 May, 2020 - 10:22:03:pm GMT

@piwizo: I agree with you so much that it's not the sole responsibility of a woman to cook but it's quite unfortunate that various cultures have made it so because it's largely accepted that a woman with good kitchen skills can hold the home together and make her husband long to be at home at the moment close of the days jobs. To an extent that's true but it's important to note that cooking shouldn't be restricted to the female gender and thankfully, the male gender is scaling heights in the professional sphere of cooking as it's no more news that the best chefs belong to the belong to the male gender. Thus, in a family cooking shouldn't b hung upon the wife as the husband should willingly take up kitchen roles sometimes so as to add spice to the feeding pattern of such family. Smiles......that way the family will be a better place as the wife and children will excitedly look forward to eating dad's meal again.
**Life is a race but with God's element of grace it'll be worth while to explore His goodness. **

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