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Old 05-22-2018, 12:18 PM   #71
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Cooking for others

I really donít like to cook for myself. If Mark isnít eating, Iíll usually end up just heating a can of soup, or making some ramen. Cooking for other people is my satisfaction.

But I donít want to cook in a restaurant setting; you never get to see the people enjoying their meals, thereís no interaction, and itís a very high-paced, stressful work environment. Iíd love to be a personal home cook. I can go to a familyís home, shop, prepare (even serve), and then clean up. Itís a lot of work, I know, but it would be so, well, satisfying (Iíd also be making lots of $$ to do it!)

Dance like no oneís watching, sing like no oneís listening, but cook like EVERYONE is eating!
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Old 05-22-2018, 08:48 PM   #72
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One of the things that I love about my wife is that she is an adventurous eater, and we so often happen to like the same foods the same exact way. It really is something special after almost 26 years together. You'd think there would be more differences, just naturally.
We rarely have a food or dish we like that the other won't eat.

Well, my wife doesn't eat everything that I do if it is particularly unhealthy, but I know she wants some so I make sure to have a little extra for those "I just want a bite".

The past is gone it's all been said.
So here's to what the future brings,
I know tomorrow you'll find better things
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