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“There was a period when I was in school when I literally did not turn on the stove for like two years.”
“Fine, I'll cook.”
“I'm just putting the finishing touches on it.”
“Lay it on its side and hold it steady with your other hand. It's easier to cut that way.”
“It's so much easier to order something than to spend all that time going to the grocery store, cooking, washing dishes... Not to mention I'm not that good of a cook to begin with.”
“It calls for vanilla extract. Do we still have any?”
“You made these from scratch?”
“Every time he cooks, he leaves grease spattered all over the stovetop.”
“Toasting the nuts really brings out their flavor!”
“The only thing about fish is that it's so hard to get rid of the odor.”
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