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When We Cook

Sometimes special occasions demand that individuals who have less natural aptitude for kitchen-related things learn to cook.

This is when frozen, take-out or delivered foods can come in handy.

But when you do have to prepare any sort of food item for someone you love (whom you do not want to poison) it helps to have an able-bodied and naturally confident assistant to help out.

For instance, let’s say you want to cook a frozen pizza.

First you put on an apron.

Next, you put on the birdie towel (the assistant needs a comfy, hygienic place to sit after all).

Chef Tall Tree and his able-bodied, naturally confident assistant (with feathers).
Chef Tall Tree and his able-bodied, naturally confident assistant (with feathers).

Finally, you can take the frozen pizza out of its box and put it in the oven. And (of course) turn the oven on.

When it is no longer frozen, it is time for a taste test. This is a perfect job for the assistant.

This task is all about flavor and crunch and has nothing to do with the size of the dish relative to the size of the assistant.
This task is all about flavor and crunch and has nothing to do with the size of the dish relative to the size of the assistant.

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