J3 Cooking

-can you cook?
-what do you cook best?
-what did you cook last? And did you or other people like it?
-do you know any special recipes or food your friends probably don’t know?
-who is the best cook around you? what can he/she cook best?

Related Words pan, saucepan, cook, bake, roast, boil, fry, chop, mash, slice, grill, stir, peel, cooker, oven, cutting board, delicious, spice, spicey, sweet, tasty, serve hot, serve cold, oil, butter

word game – Cooking

word game – Cooking verbs

If you’re one of the people going to Ikea store restaurants, having a dish of meatballs and feeling European, you need to know that Swedish people would prefer the meatballs which your grandmother cooks. Actually, they’re originally from Turkey. The nation’s official Twitter account told followers: “Swedish meatballs are actually based on a recipe King Charles XII brought home from Turkey in the early 18th century. ” It also looks like meatballs are not the only Swedish dish originally from Turkey. Annie Mattson, a researcher at Sweden’s Uppsala University, claims the King also brought with him coffee beans and stuffed cabbage.

Do you like meatballs? Where can we eat the best meatballs in your city?

embrace life in whatever form

This idiom means, “be happy with what you have”. Are you happy with your life and why are you happy?

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