Rice soup noodle, Ochazuke, Zaru Soba, Beef stew (his mom made this).

I don’t know how other Japanese men are like but mine is extremely picky when it comes to food.

I’ve had to significantly upgrade my cooking game to get him to eat more at home. I now feel his mom’s pain.

And before my fellow feminists stare at me in disbelief, I do this out of love, not out of obligation. I want him to be healthy.

It took him 9 years to convince me that he loves me. He has gone through hell and back with me. He has worked his butt off to secure a stable future for us. The least I can do is make him some delicious home made meals and keep his diabetic genetic at bay.

I also happen to love cooking so it’s a win-win situation for us. Not to mention, it’s a great bargaining tool for me.

Me threatening to not make him food seems to work wonders in getting him to stop being annoying.

The last few days, I’ve been learning how to make some of his favourite dishes. I’m such a noob but they turned out pretty yummy!

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*Sorry for the ridiculous text. The photo app (Meitu) just have these random templates. My life is anything but perfect, but it does have a few nice moment.

2 thoughts on “Cooking”

  1. Omg all the food is plated so pretty I wouldn’t even care if the food tasted good! (JK I totes would.) My Vietnamese man is not too picky when it comes to food but guess who is? 🙂 ME. And guess who can’t cook? ME AGAIN. Guess I’m a winner in that way LOL
    I think it’s super sweet you’ve upped your cooking game to please your boy! He definitely appreciates it too it seems, your meals are insta-worthy!

    1. :blush: thank youuu! Oh man…Viet guys are super easy in the food department. My dad and a few of my ex bfs are so chill when it comes to food. I’m also a really easy eater. Maybe it’s a Vietnamese thing…hmmmm…

      LMAO your boy got his work cut out for him when it comes to feeding you.

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