What is the story behind your love for cooking?

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What is the story behind your love for cooking?

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Hey! Good day to you all😇
I’d like to know everyone’s story behind their love for cooking. At what age did you discover you loved and wanted to know how to cook?
I remember a particular holiday back in junior secondary school. I was alone at home most of the time(my parents were always at work and my siblings were away at uni) It was the perfect opportunity for me to experiment as I could easily dispose of the food if it turned out bad😩😩. The first dish I made was as expected, really horrible 🥲 but I kept trying and got better and better!. I kept recreating recipes in my head and those I saw on TV or the internet. It was really a moment for me. At the end of that holiday, I had made a dish my entire family ate and enjoyed. The love for cooking was born in me at that point and I’ve continued to learn and get better 🥰🥰
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i don't actually love to cook but I know how to, I am satisfied when people enjoy my cooking so it encourages me to cook more or make that dish more often
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