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 Are you always testing what you cook...?

Answer yes. when i'm baking cookies, brownies or an cake i stick a toothpick to see if it is done. and when it cool down i try some. but you always test or check your food to see if it done
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I want to cook my boyfriend a really nice meal on Friday night what should i cook?

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