Thanks. I guess I am pretty good then, better than average at the very least.
I haven't cut myself in years, but I think that I am on the slower side when I need to produce slices or cubes that are more than 70% uniform.
>How well you do on a daunting recipe, no vid, on first try.
Guaranteed success if it involves techniques and ingredients I am familiar with. Otherwise it's two to five tries to get it 100% correct.
>cooking for a group
Does not happen too often. Most notable occasion was back in high school when we had a heritage day, when everyone was supposed to bring food from their culture. My table was the first one that was cleared.
Another one was my old job, where there was a tradition to bring doughnuts on your birthday. I decided to just deep-fry my own. They were gone quickly, people were asking me where I bought them, and refused to believe that I made them. Most of these people were used to Dunkin Donuts, so it was.
Other than that, If I bring something to gatherings there are never any leftovers, and sometimes there are a few people asking me about food.
>if your cooking gets you laid, or kills the mood
It certainly helped to make girls interested in me, but I ruined it every time with my obliviousness and autism.