“When a foodie and a non-foodie fall in love, cooking and eating aren’t always a shared experience. “Non-foodies feel left out or even judged, and foodies feel that an important part of them isn’t fully understood,” says Drew Ramsey, a Manhattan psychiatrist, Columbia University professor of psychiatry and co-author of “The Happiness Diet.” “Unless they can bridge that gap, they run the risk of feeling that something is missing in the relationship,” he says.”
So you mean there’s justification for the fact that I’m always attracted to chefs? Sweet, now I just need Jamie Oliver to leave his wife.
Or Michael Symon.
Or Gordon Ramsay.
Wait, common factor #2 - they all have awesome accents? Eureka! I’m moving to England. Or…er… Cleveland?