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Who Is The Better Cook? Your Wife or Your Mother?

Posted on 2/19/24 at 12:28 pm
Posted by FreeState
Member since Jun 2012
3158 posts
Posted on 2/19/24 at 12:28 pm
My poor old late Mama and both grandmothers could lay out a meal better than my wife ever has. But out of fear of domestic violence with me on the losing end, I've never admitted it to my wife. Though she suspects my feelings.

How about youngsters?
This post was edited on 2/19/24 at 3:51 pm
Posted by CaptainsWafer
TD Platinum Member
Member since Feb 2006
58284 posts
Posted on 2/19/24 at 12:29 pm to
My wife (no pics)
Posted by HillabeeBaw
Hillabee Reservoir
Member since May 2023
1449 posts
Posted on 2/19/24 at 12:29 pm to
Grandmother

Mother









Wife
Posted by JasonDBlaha
Woodlands, Texas
Member since Apr 2023
2263 posts
Posted on 2/19/24 at 12:30 pm to
My Italian grandmother loved to cook. Always had the flag of Italy raised up in her kitchens along with a painting of Holy Mary when she was cooking pasta and spaghetti. Then, while we were eating, my grandfather would always come in wearing a tank top, a gold chain necklace, and greased back hair. His tank-top said “Don’t frick With Me. I’m Italian”. We’d all be arguing with each other while watching the latest episode of Jersey Shore. Good times
This post was edited on 2/19/24 at 12:43 pm
Posted by bayoudude
Member since Dec 2007
24928 posts
Posted on 2/19/24 at 12:30 pm to
Not to toot my own horn but I can out cook them all. Took a couple years off from work and really stepped up my game. Cooking is probably my favorite hobby.
Posted by Bourre
Da Parish
Member since Nov 2012
20114 posts
Posted on 2/19/24 at 12:30 pm to
My mom but it’s not controversial in our household because my wife would agree
Posted by Bjorn Cyborg
Member since Sep 2016
26465 posts
Posted on 2/19/24 at 12:30 pm to
My mom repeats the tried and true meals, which are great. My wife has way more variance and cooks lots of different things.

Both great cooks.
Posted by el Gaucho
He/They
Member since Dec 2010
52859 posts
Posted on 2/19/24 at 12:31 pm to
Cooking is like beauty pageants

Women are expected to do it but men are better at it
Posted by SFVtiger
Member since Oct 2003
4274 posts
Posted on 2/19/24 at 12:31 pm to
IT"S A TRAP--DON"T ANSWER

best to wait until your wife acknowledges her betters. Until then, dance, dance, dance.

I'm actually a better cook than my wife, so it was never a problem for me.
Posted by Bamawaterfowl
Mississippi
Member since Aug 2017
816 posts
Posted on 2/19/24 at 12:32 pm to
Posted by LSUDUCKMAN67
DTB
Member since Sep 2020
846 posts
Posted on 2/19/24 at 12:32 pm to
My dad was the better out of him and my mom. I do all the cooking at my house. Wife can cook somewhat but Im way better and she will even admit it.
Posted by Gifman
by the mountains
Member since Jan 2021
9101 posts
Posted on 2/19/24 at 12:32 pm to
I can cook circles around my entire family
Posted by JoeNelson
Member since Sep 2019
408 posts
Posted on 2/19/24 at 12:33 pm to
Grandmother
Mother


Me








Wife
Posted by Bigfishchoupique
Member since Jul 2017
8235 posts
Posted on 2/19/24 at 12:34 pm to
The only way I can rank the women in my family is #1 for all of them.

MawMaw’s , Momma,Sisters , Cousins, MIL’s

All outstanding cooks.
Posted by gumbo2176
Member since May 2018
14911 posts
Posted on 2/19/24 at 12:35 pm to
My grandma was one of the best at cooking just about anything she put her mind to. My mother can't make a roux to save her life and is only a fair to middling cook and my wife leaves 90+% of the cooking to me, and I prefer it that way------------and so do most others I've fed over the years.

Overall, I'd say my wife is the better cook than my mother, but a distant second to my late grandma.
Posted by Dire Wolf
bawcomville
Member since Sep 2008
36540 posts
Posted on 2/19/24 at 12:38 pm to
If I let my wife do the cooking we’d have salmon and broccoli 6 nights a week
Posted by Smoke239
Member since Jan 2024
121 posts
Posted on 2/19/24 at 12:41 pm to
My mother n law was the best. I see lot of men complaining about their MIL but mine loved me more than her own daughter at least that’s how she made me feel
Posted by gumbo2176
Member since May 2018
14911 posts
Posted on 2/19/24 at 12:43 pm to
quote:

If I let my wife do the cooking we’d have salmon and broccoli 6 nights a week




Sounds like my step-daughter. She has a recipe for about 5 or 6 things and they are on constant rotation.

Jalapeno poppers
Chicken Enchiladas
Stuffed Poblano Peppers
Tex-Mex Chicken Soup
Frozen Pizza dressed up with some veggies and extra cheese
Posted by HuskyPanda
Philly
Member since Feb 2018
1704 posts
Posted on 2/19/24 at 12:43 pm to
My mom is a great cook and I learned from her.

I take after her, and I'm just as good, if not better.

My ole lady can't cook worth a damn. I'm okay with that.

I actually learn how to do things better, I watch a lot of videos on everything related to cooking.

I actually wanted to go to culinary school after high school instead of going to college.
Posted by rickyh
Positiger Nation
Member since Dec 2003
12449 posts
Posted on 2/19/24 at 12:44 pm to
My wife
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