I enjoy both.
I love to bake and now that I am back home,when I do bake,I can share it with my friends instead of us eating all of it ourselves:)
I enjoy both. However, when I bake it is usually to share with others or give to someone.I like the pictures you shared. Did you make those things?
Barb: No, I'm not that fancy. They look yummy, huh?
don't like cooking, so baking wins hands down. Besides, you get chocolate.
Aha. Chocolate does it for me, too, Jill!
Baking for sure! I hope to make some zucchini bread soon. Yum!
Oh, love zucchini bread! But have you ever tried to grow zucchinis? They take over the world!!
I am going to confess. I like to bake and I used to like to cook. But I got our of the habit of baking because of Hubby's diabetes and Son didn't need the sweets, I didn't either. Our schedules were such that I would have been cooking all the time.
Good for you, Quiet! We don't need it, either, but...
I actually like both ... but when my husband is stressed, he bakes up a storm.Fondly,Glenda
It's stress relief for me, too, Glenda. And cheeaper than therapy!
I understand how baking can be therapy! I do prefer baking for it's creativity component but often do not get the results I want. Can I blame it on the oven and not the creator? :)
OH, of course, Lynn! You need a new oven for sure.
My preference is baking, especially cookies. Did you make those cakes? Wow, they're amazing.
No, I didn't make those, Susan. Wish I had, but they're too pretty to eat!
I'm sooooo much a baker and not a cook....although I do cook, it's not as satisfying as baking. What it is? I don't know, but it seems there is less to clean up w/ baking...and baked goods are usually sweet!
Mare: Baking is a comfort art with a fun, happy treat at the end, whereas cooking is a necessity. At least that's my story.
Oh, it's YOU! I'm so happy to see you here today, and look forward to reading your comments.