When you cook for someone you are quite literally laying it all out on the table. Your cooking skills can show off how creative you are, how good you are at multi-tasking, how cultured you are.
Cooking for someone can be a nerve racking experience.
A new survey asked people who they’re most nervous to cook for. And here are the results . . .
1. My parents, 40%.
2. Friends, 40%.
3. Extended family, 38%.
4. My mother-in-law, 35%.
5. My siblings, 35%.
6. My partner, 31%.
7. My father-in-law, 28%.
8. Coworkers, 22%.
The top three reasons WHY people worry are: Wanting to impress their guests . . . they’re worried that their guests are tough judges . . . and they’re trying a new recipe.
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