We’ve all heard the song (which you should definitely play while you read this post):
And since the #1 romance I have in my life is food, I figured I’d share my take:
I know I’m not the only one…
Who Doesn’t Like To Share Food
If I spend an hour making dinner after you’ve heated up your Ramen noodles, NO, you can’t have a bite. No, no, nope. Just, no.
Who studies menus online
I always look at menus before I go to a new restaurant so I don’t panic about all the choices once I’m there. Because heaven forbid I pick a dish that didn’t get rave Yelp reviews.
Who wants to get just drunk enough to press “Purchase” on a $300 dutch oven from Sur La Table
But…but…but…they’re just so beautiful. And think how many roux I can make with it.
Who completely understands food wrath
I think I’m the only one who has true empathy for Ross in the Friends episode when someone “accidentally” eats his sandwich. If someone ate my sandwich out of the work fridge, I would totally go Kanye West on them.
Who has a deep-rooted desire to have serious knife skills
Because being able to cook isn’t enough. I want to prep like an Iron Chef.
Who can’t eat salad in the winter
I can’t remember the last time I ordered a salad. I love veggies — but a cold entree? Not gonna happen in the months of December-March. It’s just not.
Here’s the way I see it: salads need a blanket in the middle of winter just as much as I do. Therefore the burrito was born.
And it was good.
Who has a growing addiction to food porn
Are there programs for this? Between Pinterest, Instagram, and now Food Network news on Snapchat, getting basic daily tasks done has taken a backseat. Fine, I’ll say it: food is sexy.
I know I’m not the only one. ……Right?