Quesadillas have little to do with wedding planning. But as I sat down to lunch today, I realized that they have implications for my future with Adam.
You see, for the past three days, I have eaten these little guys.
It's not like I'm in college. I have a full pantry at my disposal; fruits and veggies are in my fridge. I even consider my cooking skills to be above average.
But yet, I have eaten The Pioneer Woman's quesadillas for three days in a row, and I'd probably continue fixing them if I hadn't just used my last jalepeno and tortilla.
Therein lies the difference between me and Adam.
Adam doesn't like leftovers.
He hardly owns tupperware (note to self: register for tupperware).
He most certainly wouldn't consider eating the same thing for an entire week.
And that's fine. I will negotiate three quesadillas for an entire husband.
But I'm wondering, how do you learn to cook not only for yourself, but for the tastes and preferences of some else? Not just for date night or a dinner party - but for (like) ever?