I feel a little better now. Thanks.
I love cooking, almost poetically. I love feeding people. I love food.
Thats a big part of why I had to stop doing it professionally.
Reminds me of the Friends episode in which Rachel dates a gynecologist.
I can experiment at home more, Cook as I feel. I tend to spend alot of time wandering around grocery stores and markets. Can never seem to find any interesting chemicals..
I can never seem to find Calcium Chloride and sodium alginate to play with sphereficion, stuff like that.
In almost 26 years of marriage my wife has cooked less than a dozen meals. When I get home I mail it in. I don't like to cook. Period.
Which is why I have pretty much passed the toque to my sous.
Joining in late, since I started cooking full-time+ I never cook at home. Only when I'm cooking for someone else do I feel like putting in more effort than boiling water. That said, I always wander markets looking for food I havn't tried and try to eat somewhere different every day. I love eating and food, but only enjoy cooking when its for others.
Knives, on the other hand, are just for me.