Do todays Brides cook at all
I think more grooms are cooking . In lots of homes the bride cooks and the groom cooks . The bride has a job out side the home , the groom has a job out side the home . Ozzie and Harriet have been gone for decades .
I always cooked, I’m pretty good at it, along with baking. I have a daughter who could care less. Sooo when her son’s get married and the brides can’t/won’t cook they won’t know the diffeerence.
Everything is upside down nowadays. In my day, the men went out to work and the women stayed home and, of course, did all of the house chores and the cooking. It was easier that way. You knew who you were and what was expected of you. We’re lacking defined roles in this country. Consequently, everyone is confused and no one knows how to behave in his environment anymore. Masculinity and femininity are not interchangeable.
I always cook..Then again..I am not in the work force..
I was a stay at home Mom…I was fortunate..
Went to work part-time in my family’s business(just to get out) when my kids were in school..I usually spent the weekend cooking for the week..Take-out was a treat..
My kids have demanding jobs..and the work long hours…with different schedules..They don’t have kids..
They have little time to cook..except for quick things..I hate the amount they spend on take-out..but I do understand why. BTW..my Sons do some of the cooking again when schedules allow….nothing that takes too long.
My D-I-L.. usually cooks on the weekend..If she’s not working..Things that they can eat as leftovers during the week.,too.
They love when they leave here after a visit..I send them home with a big box of home cooked meals to fill their freezer..:catvery-happy:
my mom always cooked alot so i guess i got it from her. As I raised 4 kids I made alot of roasts cooked in the old time pressure cooker .We would have lamb roasts and invite the whole family it was so much fun .The past several years after watching wolfgang I get inspired to cook more ,I buy alot of his items it makes it more fun and easy.Wish i knew all of you Iwould have you for dinner.
There are times it does not make sense to cook at home.
Is there a special at your favorite restaurant on a dish you like? It is time to eat out! :womanvery-happy:
What is on sale at the grocery store that you like? It is time to stock up those items in the fridge. :womanhappy:
I can’t speak for today’s bride, but myself, I don’t cook much at all (single female), and I’m not very good at it.
I bought things on regestries slow cookers rice cookers and I find out they never opened them.
I cook and my husband cooks daughters just got through tax season they are married their husbands cook some but me and my husband cook for them alot
It probably depends on the girl. Many people cook, men and women.
But I think that when a young couple gets a whole lot of pots and pans, they might not really need that many, and if they already had a couple pans they used they might just keep using them.
My son for example, mostly grills and/or bakes his chicken breasts, so between him and his gf they barely use one pan and one pot.
Well they probly do alot of cooking but out on the grill . Most eat out
How about today’s husbands? Why must it be the bride?
i learn through friends that some never open alot of their pots and pans.
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05.17.15 6:50 PM