Food, wine & cooking

Do you cook?what food do you cook the most?

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I'm not sure what food I cook the most.... but one of my favorite things to cook is cooking Apple cake (my grandma's recipe) in the Autumn, just as it's getting rather chilly outside. It smells SO good while cooking and really makes it really seem like autumn to me (I love Autumn). I'm ready for colder weather and apple cake right now, especially since it's been SO hot and humid!
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Wow...I used variations of the word"cook" too much in that paragraph! I should have interchanged it with words like"bake" :)
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