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Why I am (Embarrassingly) in Love with my Meal Delivery Service

Sharing the Kitchen Finally

Head Chef no More

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For our third date my husband treated me to a home-cooked meal at his house. Even in my twenties I was quite a foodie having worked in the restaurant industry since I was fourteen. So expectations were high. So surprised doesn’t begin to cover how I felt when he served me pasta with sauce out of a jar with—wait for it—corn. So like pasta on one side of the plate and canned corn on the other side. Sigh. I found out later that as a teen he had attempted to cook

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