cookverb

  • ja料理を作る
  • ento prepare food by combining and heating the ingredients in various ways

Examples

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The bottom side that's down now —
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this is the second time I'm cooking that side.
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And because I'm cooking them nice and slow, I can put the garlic in at the same time.
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It won't burn.
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Anyone can grill meat.
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But to cook a medium rare mushroom, that's talent.
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- Excuse me! - What?
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The burner isn't even on.
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His burner's not— You're cooking over nothing.
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Hey, can you put a shirt on while you cooking, man?
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So these are just wavy egg noodles.
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I cook them separately in some boiling salted water.
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Look at me, I'm cooking!
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Holy smokes!
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He's cooking our garbage.
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I'm cooking.
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Will you help?
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Whenever I cook paella at home, I start off with probably, like, twice as much chorizo as I need
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because, as I'm cooking, I'm continually checking the seasoning.