I found this article interesting, as all three of my sons and my daughter-in-law love to cook and have made some wonderful meals. My sons would make me breakfast in bed for my birthday and for Valentines Day, starting when they were eight or nine. They are all excellent cooks and they definitely know what and where to put a butter knife. We sat down and ate with candles and cloth napkins whenever we could at home. I thought it was important that they have good manners and know the basics in the kitchen. I always wanted them to be comfortable with any and all dining situations! And, you what! It worked.
According to Tasting Table, Millennials Are the worst generation of cooks in the kitchen
They might be able to apply Snapchat filters better than you can, but if there’s one thing millennials can’t do, is find their way around the kitchen.
According to a study from Porch, between millennials, Gen Xers and baby boomers, millennials rate themselves as the worst kitchen cooks of all, with only 5 percent of twenty- to thirtysomethings considering themselves “very good” at home cooking. They rate themselves last in being able to tackle (very) basic dishes like fried eggs, grilled cheese sandwiches, and lasagna. (Though, they do feel more confident than baby boomers at baking store-bought plop-and-drop cookie dough.)
And while many baby boomers aren’t so great at identifying a salad spinner, Thrillist notes it’s not so bad once you consider about 40 percent of millennials can’t even recognize a butter knife.
The one thing they are good at? According to the study, millennials are the top generation investing in meal delivery services and utilizing internet videos for cooking advice. Hey, at least they’re trying.