Something I considered when thinking about this is the contrast of domesticity & cooking. I’ve been told that my mom’s mom and grandma were great cooks, mostly because they cooked in the traditional sense of having a full three-course meal prepared by the time their husbands came home. Growing up in a household of eight people, our dinners were much more sporadic and a chore for my mom to plan and execute every night. I’ve recently found myself inclined toward learning cooking techniques and recipes, especially since food media focuses on the elevated restaurant world of male protagonists (Anthony Bourdain, Gordon Ramsey, or fictional chefs like in The Menu or The Bear). I’m not sure if anyone else feels this resistance to cooking due to the implications it has for female home chefs, but it seems like an intersection I’d like to explore!