We all have our favorite meals. Sometimes they are the simplest things to make but they bring joy to our hearts. Other times, they are large and intricate meals that take a lot of preparation and time to make. It doesn’t matter what your favorite is or how complex it may be, they are special to you for one reason or another. Though from time to time, even our favorites become old and tired. You can put them aside for a while and hopefully when you come back to them, they pop again for you. Other times though, no matter the duration that you’ve waited, it just isn’t enough to bring back your previous level of enthusiasm. It’s like losing a long time friend because the relationship you had has stagnated. One way to change that is to try a fusion cuisine that utilizes what you once loved.
Why does this make a difference? It’s like your old friend that you haven’t seen for a while comes back into your life sporting a new coat, skills, or simply new jokes and stories to share with you. The new mix of flavors, old yet new, reminds you why you loved the particular dish in the first place, but presents something new for you to enjoy and talk about. Fusion cuisine shakes up your favorites without losing sight of what made them special to begin with. Perhaps you’ll discover that your previous favorite was actually missing something the whole time and now this new presentation and flavor profile is what you desired in the past and you just didn’t know it. This new combination could, in fact, be your new favorite until that time that your relationship with it stagnates. If that happens, simply try a new fusion cuisine combination