It’s almost here. The day we’ve all be waiting for. The day we celebrate our love for each other . . . oh wait . . . the person we love is a chef and is working tomorrow night (and tonight and all the days around Valentine’s Day).
So what does Valentine’s Day mean to many chef wives and significant others?
A night alone.
Yep. That pretty much sums it up. It stinks. I know. (more…)
I don’t know about your chef, but when I ask my chef/husband for gift ideas for a holiday he usually doesn’t have many ideas, if any. He always says he doesn’t need anything and really doesn’t have time for much. But of course we still want to get him something. Unfortunately I usually draw a blank when it comes to gift ideas for him.
If you google, “Gifts for a Chef,” you’ll get a bunch of foodie gifts, most of which, chefs would think are rather stupid. Most of them don’t want kitchen “gadgets” as a gift.
Chefs and Sharpies…two words that go hand in hand.
Rarely will you find a chef without a Sharpie in their pocket, or at least near by.
I get it. They label things all the time and ask us to do the same at home, right????
Leaving Sharpies around the house and car isn’t that big of a deal unless one goes through the wash and the cap falls off (UGH!!!) or unless you have small children!
Our kids (12, 8 and 7) think a black sharpie is just like a regular washable Crayola black marker. I’m constantly scrubbing it off the table in our office and reminding them to please, JUST USE A REGULAR MARKER!
We just went through my husband’s closet and threw all his chef coats in the trash.
I threw out a dozen aprons.
The ChefWorks chef pants are neatly folded up and up on the top shelf.
After two decades of having chef coats in the closet, they are gone.
The closet looks empty.
This might be my favorite post yet! Thanks to all those who helped compile this list. Feel free to add your own thoughts in the comments below!
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