Seventeen Ways To Tell If You Are A Foodie Even If You Do Not Cook
“People who love to eat are always the best people. – Julia Child”
You read restaurant reviews in bed before you go to sleep to relax.
You refuse to eat a grilled cheese sandwich with less than three different cheeses.
Bacon or pork makes anything better.
You spend hours researching your dining itinerary whenever you travel including making reservations from home whenever possible.
Your day in a foreign country goes like this – wake up – eat breakfast, walk around city, think about lunch, eat lunch, take nap, walk around city, think about dinner, go to dinner at pre made reservation restaurant.
The first thing you ask your friends when they return from vacation is “What did you eat? What are the good restaurants there?”
You use words like truffle season, farm to table, organic, fusion, layers of flavor, deconstructed and tasting menu in an annoying way.
You can’t date anyone who is into health food, a vegetarian or a picky eater.
You judge other people by the food they order.
You refuse to vacation anywhere that is not known for its good food – like Disneyworld.
You own more than three kinds of salt. That also goes for vinegar, oil and mustard.
You wait on a long line to try the newest must eat thing.
You have more pictures on your phone of food than of your kids.
You feel obligated to try every interesting food truck that you see.
You will drive for hours to eat a delicious meal.
People give you restaurant gift certificates as a birthday gift.
You are planning the next meal before you finish the one you are eating.