I want to eat, cook, meet famous people and make fun of them.
I love quinoa. It's great, it cooks like rice and is better than caviar.
You wouldn't know it but I'm no good at... cooking. My chef does that.
I never, ever, ever cook. And I would never eat anything I might cook.
I studied cooking all through high school.
The way I grew up, everyone knew how to cook, sew... carpentry.
I can cook a little bit. I can cook a few Spanish dishes. But, in movies, it looks like I cook much better than I cook.
I am very, very proud of my ability as a cook.
I never cook from cookbooks.
I love to cook for my husband and daughter. I enjoy going to the market for fresh vegetables.
I like to cook things very slowly.
I'm always up for music shows such as Jools Holland, but news more than anything, particularly Newsnight. And cookery: Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Rick Stein - it's down to him that I cook fish so much - and the great food alchemist Heston Blumenthal.
I love making down-home Southern cooking, and just chilling out and having cakes and pies and baking stuff, you know. I'm a pretty simple girl.
My husband is the chef of the family; he's a brilliant cook. Actually, it makes you quite lazy when you have somebody that's so good at cooking under the same roof. It's all beans or spaghetti when I'm left to run it.
In France, cooking is a serious art form and a national sport.
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