How do we learn the recipes of dishes we cook every day?
They come from our childhood, family, parents, grandparents; these recipes have often been passed on orally, a dish is cooked in front of us so many times that the gestures become familiar. As we grow up, we are often taught by doing, by cooking a dish under the supervision of a mother, a grandmother. Those family recipes are also hand-written, in notebooks, in the margins, well-loved and much-used recipe books.
Television introduced us to a similar type of learning to cook recipes.