Dating a chef advice
It turns out not only is he great in the kitchen but he’s also a dating expert and had some tough advice for Tanae living in the single world.
Getting your girl off in bed is like making the most amazing plate you’ve ever created and serving it to a critic. On top of all that bedroom action, chefs are good partners. What do you think about inter-restaurant relationships? Well, most “front of the house” people are at least good looking, if not beautiful, so you definitely have the odds working for you. Also, when you wake up in the morning you have a great breakfast.
If you love food and can respect the work that goes into making it great, a chef might be your perfect match. If the way to the heart is through the stomach, expect to fall in love immediately. Chefs are creative and inventive, always trying to come up with something new.
You’ll likely learn a lot about food and the food scene in your community. Chefs have incredible work ethic, having worked their way to the top and continuing to work long hours.
Friends and family will be impressed — and will ask to be invited over for dinner. Instead, your date will make sure you eat good food at places where he/she can take a well-deserved break from the kitchen. Because most chefs work evenings and weekends, get ready for mid-day or mid-week dates.
What's your favorite food to eat off of someone'?
But a restaurant industry partner isn’t all sunshine and free meals.
Kitchen work is intensely high-pressure, with very little tangible reward for most of one’s career, and the people who thrive in this environment are driven by internal forces that are hard to understand for us normals.
We’re fucking crazy perfectionists, and it’s definitely that way in the bedroom too.
It makes me feel good about life — like I’m killing it! Dating someone you work with is usually a bad idea, but I do it anyway. Its definitely going to affect how she feels about herself and I don’t really think there’s anything you can do to change how she feels about herself.