Post # 1
My FI’s food preferences are driving me crazy and frankly make cooking difficult. He is worse than a child when it comes to vegetables. Other than corn, pepper or onions, he will not touch anything with vegetables in it. He also hates beans. Now who the hell hates beans (I love them). He doesn’t like ice cream. He will eat an apple, but not an apple pie, applesauce, etc. He doesn’t like cheese! I used to be a member of Cheeselovers International!
Luckily, our work schedules are so different, that I only have to eat two meals a week with him, so I cook several meals for him and I can pretty much eat whatever I want. But cooking for him or both of us can be a challenge!
Does your SO/FI/DH have weird food preferences?
Post # 3
My Darling Husband really only “likes” a few limited food, so both eating at home and out can be tricky. For example, he doesn’t like anything spicy, anything saucy, anything with veges, extra garnishing, etc. So basically if we go to eat, he will get one of the following – pizza, a cheeseburger, cheese ravioli, shrimp scampi, or some other generic sandwich.
When eating at home, he usually just heats himself up some french fries or tots, and dumps loads of cheese on them (we work at a job that provides food, so the only days we really eat at home are when we don’t work). Or he’ll make a steak, cooked medium rare.
I sometimes wonder if part of the reason he doesn’t like a lot of variety is that he drinks a TON of Mt. Dew, usually a 24 pack or two a week. Does that kill taste buds too? For the record, I like a variety of foods, and have tried relentlessly to break him of his pop addiction.
Post # 4
Yep, only cheese he will eat is cheese on pizza or cheese on a taco. Other than that no cheese what so ever. He doesn’t like any other kind of pasta other than spaghetti noodles. Anything else no way. He won’t anything that is Chinese food or pretty much any other enthic food.
Yeah life is no fun in the food department here unless meat and potatoes.
Post # 5
My Darling Husband puts ketchup on EVERYTHING. Even filet mignon.
Post # 6
I don’t think I could deal with such a picky Darling Husband. We are both quite adventurous with food and I’m def more picky than he.
It’s very convenient having a Darling Husband that eats anything I put in front of him.
Post # 7
@Cory_loves_this_girl: I cringed!! lol poor filet mignon…
Post # 8
My husband wants to eat meat everyday, and I just cannot do that.
Post # 9
I got lucky that my Fiance is a human garbage can. He’s helped open up my palate. But…
My friend is annoyingly picky.
-He wont eat CHEESEburgers: they only thing he wants on a burger, is meat and bun.
-ABSOLUTELY NO VEGETABLES, except corn and potatoes.
-One time, I dyed mashed potatoes green with food coloring, and he refused to eat it.
-The only fruit he eats are orange gummy candies. If that counts as fruit…
He basically only eats burgers/steak, chicken fingers/chicken breast, french fries (and they cant have parsley on them! Y’know how sometimes, “seasoned” fries have dried parsley? Nope. if that’s on there, he won’t touch them.) and mashed potatoes.
In pictures, his lips look purple… I think he has massive vitamin deficiencies. *shrugs* He doesn’t seem to care though. He’s like a heartattack waiting to happen. Even though we’ve begged him to go get checked out.
However, my ex was an assh*le about food… he only eat hot dogs, ramen, cheeseburgers, chicken, and french fries. No rice. No mashed potatoes. No veggies. No fruit. While I dated him, I ate so poorly because it was such a pain to make 2 dinners. So glad THAT’S over… lol
Post # 10
@trueblue14: omg. Mine hates all vegetables except frozen peas. Seriously. I LOVE vegetables.he hates onions! Even cooked! He has the palate of a child. He loves dessert, and thinks he is entitled to a piece of pie and cookies after dinner every night. It’s cute but not healthy.
We have totally different taste in food. I love to cook and bake but I don’t do it much, because he gets a funny look on his face over the ” new” food, like spinach. Lol. 🙂
Post # 11
@Rubbs: My husband also likes all meals to include meat. He’s not a picky eater otherwise, but when I was single I ate a lot of meatless meals and don’t do that anymore.
I don’t think I could be married to a super picky eater or somebody who didn’t like vegetables or otherwise had a little kid’s palate. Or if I was, he would have to cook for himself.
Post # 12
Picky eating is a pretty huge pet peeve of mine, so I don’t think I could deal with living with someone who refused to eat a ton of stuff.
However, I cannot get my Fiance to eat a salad. I eat them everyday! They are so tasty. But he won’t go near one. Urgh. He has only recently got over eating other, cooked, green veggies. Broccoli was a huge challenge. LOL
Post # 13
Wow, I’m lucky! my SO finds it hard if he goes a day without a really decent amount of fruit and veges! Suits me because I love being super healthy! Only thing is, I have to eat seafood when he’s not around – particularly shellfish, raw fish… I love seafood, especially growing up with pacific island family; SOcannot stand seafood. Ah well… He’s good with food otherwise.
Post # 14
Sigh. This thread is painful reading for a foodie.
Post # 15
Darling Husband wasn’t too adventerous with foods, but I made it pretty clear that I wasn’t going to make multiple meals. When I cook, its one meal. If he wanted different, he could do it himself. Luckily, it never came to that and he is always willing to try something new. He also learned to cook pretty well through our relationship.
I grew up in a house where mom would make 3 different variations on a meal, and I always swore that I never would do that.
Post # 16
I could never deal with a picky eater. I find picky eating to be really childish and unappreciative. I am thankful that SO will try anything at least a few times and join me in eating things that might make some people squeamish. He eats everything I put in front of him, even if it’s not his favorite. I see that as his way of thanking me for putting in the time and effort to make dinner.
I also feel bad for picky eaters. They’re missing out on the best stuff!