Here’s a piece of advice: Think about the pros and cons of being in a fight. Don’t start something that still won’t be finished 12 hours later.There is nothing more irritating than constantly using your together time to meet up with friends or family.There are going to be nights your beau comes home with stitches from knives. Leave a mug on the counter filled with coffee so he doesn’t need to make it in the morning. Trust me, he isn’t trying to cook any more food when he finally comes home.
Yes, I come home every day with the knowledge that I may fall asleep before I see him. In general, chefs are immediately written off as somewhat “miserable.” I can see it; after working 18 hours in a hot, sweaty kitchen, I would be miserable, too.
Most chefs enjoy the adrenaline; they feed off the energy of each other, and usually come home more hyped than when they went in. Although I do not work a regular, 9-to-5 job, my fiancé's schedule is much more irregular than mine.
When I do something, I am either all in, or not at all.
I believe I am meant to show people that being the sunshine in a chef's life is, in fact, possible.
After playing the dating game for several years, I finally believe I have found The One.