Answer: dont stress about it. just ask your date if they want to go to a restaurant. if they dont, then just tell them that you thought it would be more fun to cook together hope you have a great date=)
Answer: It depends. In the summer, when the temperature reaches into the 80s, i prefer to BBQ. Of course, the winters in PA get awfully cold, so a nice stew is welcomed when the mercury dips into the 20s. However, then, to answer your question, I have never personally grilled or stewed anything remotely resembling children, but the principles on how to prepare a meal and its relationship to the outdoor temperature should remain consistent.
Answer: depends on how big the ham is but 425 degrees seems a little high for ham the slower it is cooked at a lower temperature (around 325) the more tender it will be. as a general rule 15-18 minutes per lb of ham @325 should cook it nicely.
Answer: Not in any truly harmful sense, no, but too much sleep actually makes you lethargic, buzzy and "dopey", yeah. A regular schedule of bedtime and rising - and getting the right amount of sleep - makes a tremendous difference in how you feel when you wake up each day. Believe it.
I watched someone on TV smoke fish and pork with hay. At first I thought it was a joke but the testers said it was fantastic.
I suppose if you can smoke fish and pork with hay you could do the same with hay.
Answer: Well it depends where you work and how famous you are, for a fast food restaurant it would be minimum wage.if it was a good place you be payed a decent amount like ten to fifteen dollars a hour.
Answer: This is a very sexist question first off. Both men and women cook, if you are in a situation where you are a woman and the only one cooking it is because you are either not requiring help or asking for it. Do not assume men do not cook because a certain man or group of men do not.
Answer: Depends whether you are cooking children or adultsfemales are more tender Cook it like you would cook beef.This link will help you prepare the animal for cooking:http://www.churchofeuthanasia.org/e-sermons/butcher.htmlGood luck=)