IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topic: Cooking
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Moderately. Since I’m a vegetarian in a town with few options, I’ve no option but to cook for myself. I wouldn’t say that I desire it, but it is growing on me( starting to like ). I feel achieved when my own brews turned off well!
2. How often do you cook?
Pretty much daily. Since I’m a busy bee( busy person ), I generally ready snacks for the week on Sunday afternoons. For pattern, I prep some tofu, nuts, and rice then precisely heat them up with some stir-fried vegetables throughout the week.
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3. How good are you at cooking ?/ What dish are you best at cooking?
I would consider myself to be average. I’ve surmounted some meals, but could still use work( need to practice) on others. For lesson, I’m quite good at preparing vegetable curry and falafel. That it what I usually brace when I have guests.
4. What cooking know have you had?
Not too much actually; it’s been self-created. My family had a housekeeper when I was a child so I never learned from her or my parents. As I get older, I started to look up more recipes online from areas like Tasty and then tried them out on my own. It’s been trial and error( discover by trying and miscarrying!
5. Does anyone in your family like to cook?
Not genuinely. I can remember that my grandmother enjoyed entertaining and organizing menu for family and friends. I decidedly remember her corned beef and lettuce. Nonetheless, she died when I was quite young along with that tradition.
6. Who taught you how to cook?
No one genuinely, considering my family members do not cook and I didn’t have a close relationship with the housekeeper. So, I coached myself thanks to facebook and online pages with video tutorials like Tasty.
7. When you were a child, did you ever help your parents to prepare a meal?
Very rarely. There were a few cases prevalences in which our housekeeper could not make it, so then my mothers would cook for us. I is impossible to recall one time that I helped them nonsense dumplings before simmering them.
8. Do you want to learn how to cook?
Yes I do! I want to keep improving the skills that I have. Moreover, I want to learn how to prepare Chinese style dumplings and Polish pirogies, who are amongst my favorite foods.
9. Who generally do the cooking in your home?
As I live alone , now simply me. I eat at home nearly everyday and often invite my friends over for snacks on weekends.
10. Who is the best cook you know?
My ex boyfriend. He had occult sides! Everything he cooked was packed with( full of) flavor and never missing anything. I was lucky to have been with him for 4 years!
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