What Cooking Taught Me about Relationships

10 thoughts on “What Cooking Taught Me about Relationships”

  1. What an elegant homepage! Elegant and wise words too. “Season” is a great word to use when it comes to keeping a relationship fresh. Spices lose their flavor over time so just spicing up a relationship isn’t enough. You have to season it with fresh ingredients. Wonderful post 🙂
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  2. This is a wonderful post. I really enjoy your writing style. While all of your advice is excellent, I emphatically agree with not leaving anything in hot water too long! One of the ways that I knew my wife was the one, is when I couldn’t remember why we were arguing in the first place once we “turned down the heat.” Great blog!

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  3. Maybe one’s palette is immature to not truly experience what’s in front of them. Even, what might be in front of them, one day. Sushi, is/was poverty food it has since transformed from the dumplings and onigiri wrapped in burlap most mornings to work the fields. Culture, trains what to like but not what to love. Unfortunately.

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  4. I enjoyed the blog post so much! I especially enjoyed the part about, not being afraid to eat your mistakes. This is such an awesome quote! This is a signage or a t shirt. Well, perhaps it would be too much on a shirt. I guess you can tell I thought this was a great read. Thanks for stopping by my blog, I really appreciated it. I’m leaving you a long comment, because I just know it means the world to people to receive a comment. I love them myself. Take care.

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    1. That’s very sweet! Thank you for taking the time to stop by and read this post…and for leaving an extra-long comment. 🙂 They are important! I’ll definitely be stopping by your blog again!

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  5. I feel like this is going to be me, I’ve found that over the years my interest and desire for the kitchen has grown mostly in context of relationship. Thank you for this.

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