Scrambled eggs were my jam as a child. Though, not quite a meal now.
Rice was the first thing I learned to cook
Cake! Homemade birthday cake! I still remember the importance of silence around cakes to this day. Don't bang the door or it'll sink.
Wow!! That's actually really cool. The first thing I learnt to make was pizza. That too l, on the very first day in my new school. It was one of the most awkward and unforgettable experiences of my life.
grab those eggs add some good shredded cheese(we use Swiss or Parmesan) a bit of pepper and slat, add a bit of bacon and some bread, cook it while you swirl it around so it doesn't burn till it's soft and creamy and that's one Delicious breakfast =P
Some people don't have families that cook their own meals, so it's not a custom they pick up growing up. A friend of mine is from a poor foster family and they only ate ready-made meals. To this day she never really cooks and after getting a Phd in a stem field and living a very hectic life she probably will never learn.
Oh man... that sounds fantastic!
The first thing I ever learned to make that turned out amazing was this one-pot-pasta
Pancakes. I remember because I knocked the side of the pan with my hand and now I have a small scar on my middle finger.