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    i like baking, mainly because i like to eat. i dont really follow recipes but since i never make sweet stuff it doesn't matter. i mean it's hard to screw up mac n cheese even if you don't use a recipe because it's just cheese, pasta, milk and seasoning

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinkerbell View Post
    I have huge norks... they are a bit of a give away, but I hide them well
    Dont hide them away, let them be free.
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    VM - behave yourself, it really can be too distrcting, and it would tick me off if guys start having whole conversations directed that way - really pisses me off. The worst one was a merchant navey guy who actually salavated while he talked... YUCK!!!


    It seems NT's women who have the basic units/methods of baking like it because they can then create.... ie when the rules stop mattering...

    Good good, I know that there are plenty of guys who cook professionally, but still a massive % of domestic cooking falls to women and I know only a few non professional guys who bake regulalry ... no judgment at all for that, anyone that can whip up a songe is good in my book

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    It seems like this:

    Can we bake? Yes.

    Will we bake you cookies? No.
    -Carefully taking sips from the Fire Hose of Knowledge

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    Can we bake? Yes.
    Will we bake you cookies? No.
    Sweet and succinct, I like.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    It seems like this:

    Can we bake? Yes.

    Will we bake you cookies? No.
    Fine then, if you wont bake then make me a sammich.
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    Tinkerbell, please. Hiding your "norks", like having boob-reduction surgery, is a slap in the face of God.

    Big, small, nork size doesn't matter, as long as they're female human norks.

    Now...to the matter at hand (so to speak):

    I am an NT, not female. I like cooking, but not when I am hungry...takes too long. Recipes get followed once or twice, then they become guidelines. I've baked made Baclava, a souflee (once..it was OK), Creme Brulee. I've made bread, chile, cookies. I rolled my own flour tortillas when I lived in Japan, because otherwise...no tortillas. Oh, I used a wine bottle for the rolling pin.

    So, food prep/baking/cooking isn't a "girly" thing at all. It's all about the food. Mmmmm.....

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    I like baking-- i find it easy. It's cooking that i enjoy the most, though.

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    I went through a baking craze a while ago. I am now a very capable baker who rarely feels like actually baking anything. I started cooking because I was vegan for a while (about a year, not based on any principle, mostly just to see how hard it was) so it I wanted any sweets, I pretty much had to make them myself. Now I just buy them. I do love dessert and pastries very much though. And you would be surprised at the variety of vegan desserts you can make that are indistinguishable from non-vegan ones.

    I also used to sew and then got sick of it. So that's me and domesticity. I would collect pretty dishes if I had more money and wasn't planning on moving cross-country in the near future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    TPs might not be as much into the detail work either. I would rather play around and see what I can invent based on what I already know, than necessarily follow some recipe and have it come out perfectly.
    This fits my method and personal approach to most cooking. I will follow recipes if I'm not sure how all the factors will interact during the cooking process though.
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