Often on summer weekends I prefer to have a quick-fix supper. I'm too busy doing things outside or with hubby to stand in the kitchen for a long time. Besides, being in the kitchen means I'm alone. But in the winter time I enjoy the kitchen. It's a warm place where good aromas of soups and stews draw in my boys for supper. Normally I do love to cook. My favorite is baking and that's probably not a good thing as we all tend to enjoy it too much.
Cooking is one reason I enjoy holidays. I have a chance to make things I only make on rare occasion. Not sure why that is but we seem to be creatures of habit.
Do you enjoy cooking??? Or does it depend on the time of year, how you're feeling or who's coming over to eat. What kind of cooking to you enjoy?
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