Main Entry: cookatude
Etymology: Hood English, from Old English cōc, from Latin coquus, from coquere to cook; akin to Old English āfigen fried, Greek pessein to cook and French, from Italian attitudine, literally, aptitude, from Late Latin aptitudin-, aptitudo fitness — more at aptitude
1 : a person who prepares food for eating in a badass way
2 : a position assumed for the specific purpose of cooking
Ex 1: Woah, Bobby Flay got his butt wooped cause that person he faced on Throw Down has cookatude.
Ex 2: That person stands so tall when he is in the kitchen he truly has cookatude.
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