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Cooking Conversation Questions

Do you like to cook? How often do you cook?

Are you a good cook? What would your family and friends say about your cooking?

Who cooks in your family during holidays and events?

Is it difficult to learn how to cook?

Why do you think some people struggle to learn how to cook?

Name a food that you want to learn how to make yourself.

What’s the best way to learn how to cook?

How did you learn how to cook?

Where should people go online to learn how to cook?

Is YouTube a good place to learn how to cook?

Would your friends consider you a foodie? Do you think of yourself as foodie?

Do you prefer to cook at home or to eat out at restaurants?

Is it always cheaper to cook at home?

What do you like to cook? Is there a recipe that you cook more than others?

Do you or your significant other cook more? Do you both cook at home or just one of you?

Are there any secret recipes in your family? What foods are the recipes for?

Have you ever thought about opening your own restaurant?

What about starting a food truck?

Do you think running a restaurant or food truck would be challenging?

What would be the challenges of opening a restaurant?

The challenges of starting a food truck?

Is there a food that you dislike cooking more than others?

Why do you not like cooking this food?

If you could choose a food to be prepared for you for the rest of your life, what would it be?

Do you like to bake?

What are some things that you like to bake?

Your favorite thing to bake?

Is it more fun to bake than to cook other foods?

Do you associate baking with any holidays?

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