Well, im a cook and training to become a chef...so naturally i make her cook.
@I am the potato, i heard a joke like that something about a woman marrying a chef so she wouldn't have to cook but it ended "I spend all day cooking for other people you really think I wanna come home and cook for you too"
@I am the potato, I'm the same way man. Well except I do pastry
@I am the potato, is your specialty dish French fries?
I think cooking together makes for great bonding time! Unless one of you sucks at cooking and in that case the good chef will probably ask you to leave after the first three burnt dishes. If you both suck... Takeout?
@Cauvell22, I’m all for cooking together but it seems to bring the worst out in us as we disagree on methods.
@Cauvell22, I'm the one who sucks in my relationship, so I assist and it turns out great. It really feels like we're both contributing our share.
@Cauvell22, My fiancee and I love cooking together, although the pile of dirty pots, pans, utensils and dishes afterwards is traumatizing.
@Cauvell22, the you watch You Suck At Cooking's videos on YouTube. You'll be wangjangling up 5 star dishes in no time
It's mine. Because I'm whipped af boi
Whoever isn't working should cook, if both are working than they can take turns or maybe one enjoys it, I cook and work but I don't live with my GF
The can both cook or if not one of them can kiss "the cook"
The child servant
Or the first one hour
The one who didnt do it last time
Whoever can actually cook
Depends, does she like spaghetti os? If no then she should probally cook