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21 Things All Couples Who Are Slightly Obsessed With Cooking Will Get

So many Instagram pictures of food.

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1. Your Instagram feed is basically just pictures of meals you have cooked together.

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And why shouldn't it be? You're proud of the things you've made.

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6. But it's equally good when you wake up together, and realise that you've got enough time to make a fancy brunch.

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Bonus points if you have all the ingredients in your house and don't have to go to the shop.

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8. And cooking a big roast is your favourite way to spend a Sunday.

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With extra Yorkshire puddings ofc.

9. You love hosting dinner parties for your friends.

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Especially if you have time to make pudding too.

10. But you also love just cooking for each other.

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There's nothing nicer than spending an evening together eating good food and drinking cheap wine.

12. When you're feeling lazy, you just bung a load of ingredients into a slow cooker in the morning and come home to a ready made dinner.

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Coming home to the smell of your dinner ready to eat is the best.

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13. But you're also not against ordering a Pappa John's and scoffing it in front of the telly.

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Just because you like to cook doesn't mean you always cook.

16. If it's a really special occasion, like an important anniversary or one of you just got a promotion, you'll try a new restaurant together.

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And then spend the journey home working out how you can replicate what you just ate.

17. You've definitly gone through a joint ~phase~, like an infusing phase or a pickling phase.

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And you'll learn that some things are worth the faff, whereas others are not. For example: making your own hummus = worth it; but making your own gnocchi = not really.

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