Post # 1
K..I will not be able to attend a food tasting bc of immigration hold-ups. We are having a big bruncheon at a upper-end hotel. Do I skip all together? Or do I send FI? and if i do with who?
Would u trust your Fiance to attend a food tasting by themselves?
Post # 3
I would send someone to do a tasting. I would be worried about the quality of food if not. I would trust Fiance to a tasting by himself and take pictures/write notes etc.
Post # 4
I trust Fiance but I’d think sending someone with a different palate with him could help choose some middle ground options. For instance, my Fiance can’t taste spicy food unless it’s burning his mouth. My eyes start watering from too much black pepper! I’d send someone, like my sister, who has a similar food style to myself. If you and your Fiance have the same likes and dislikes then I’d send him alone.
Post # 5
Darling Husband and I both have very similar tastes in food and he would know if I wouldn’t like something so yeah I would have him go without me. I would make him take pics of the food though!
Post # 6
I’d send someone you trust… not to say you don’t trust him, but it’s always good to have two different opinions with two different sets of tastebuds.
When our caterer had a tasting my fiance couldn’t go to, I took a good friend with me. It can be one of his friends or a relative… basically anyone you feel comfortable asking and where it’s not a huge inconvenience. People with big appetites are helpful, too!
Post # 7
My husband went to one of our tastings alone and it ended up being the caterer that we booked. I did eventually get to go to another tasting there, but we had actually already booked. We had a shared vision for the food and I trust his taste.