Sometime ago I asked you about the most important factor in shaping you into a food expert/chowhound. Most of you stated that both cooking and eating out have important influence with a slightly strong leaning toward cooking.
Now, I like to follow up with a different question:
What is the biggest obstacle which has slowed you down in becoming a better food expert?
You want to cook more or eat out more, but you just don't have enough money to buy rare ingredients for the recipes you want to try or to go out to expensive restaurants.
You have sufficient money, but you don' have the time to make these time consuming recipes. You have sufficient money to travel to Japan to try Jiro's sushi, but you just don't have the time to do this.
You have sufficient money and time, but you don't have enough motivation/energy/willpower. When you get home, you often just want to rest, take a shower or watch some TVs. You really don't have the focus to start cooking fancy foods, and the idea of dressing up to go out to a nice restaurant sounds like torture to you.
D) None of the Above.
So, which your biggest limitation at this very moment? Money, time or energy?
You can use the recommendation button to cast your vote. You can always change your mind and remove your recommendation and cast a different vote.
Thanks for your time