I think something that most people don’t understand about FRIENDS is that each of them has their own story about life and how it impacted them. Each of them pursued their dreams and made them (for the most part) come true, but it was not without resistance.
• There is the musician who struggles to assert herself and earn a living.
• And the chef who battles her own insecurities, as well as the opinions of others.
• Not to mention the actor who fights to be his own person despite the conforming disposition of his line of work.
• There is the fashionista who strives to make a picture-perfect scene out of an unfortunate atmosphere.
• Then we have the archaeologist who wants to help the scientific community, but too often finds himself getting cheated out of the glory he deserves.
• And behind it all is the average man who hates his job and only wishes to find love and friendships that will last.
These people were inspiring in the fact that they made their dreams a R-E-A-L-I-T-Y, and they had fun doing it.
I really regret all the cheap shots I took at Guy Fieri. Like, he’s cheesy (literally and figuratively- “It’s not a party without Havarti!”) but he’s relatively nice and his show does a lot for small businesses, right?
But more importantly, I feel like I should’ve been making fun of Bobby Flay this entire time. Evidence: A.) On his show he attempts to embarrass small-time cooks in their own hometown under the guise that their signature dishes are getting their own feature on Food Network. B.) He cheated on the best SVU ADA with his assistant half his age, and many more. C.) His face is arguably as red, or more red, than Guy Fieri’s. D.) He disrespected Chef Masaharu Morimoto during their Iron Chef America battle, not once, but twice.
In conclusion, let’s start making fun of Bobby Flay.
if it was up to me, cooking would be its own skill tree and you would have to unlock tiered recipes, there would be cooking-related spells and benifits to being a fighter cook, a thief cook, or a mage cook or all three, benifits from having alchemy experience and perks in alchemy that are enhanced by being a good cook. and there would be whole cooking related quests and adventures and you could become a famous chef and bring joy and delicious things to a cold and barren war torn land. what is better than a battle chef? nothing