The downside to listening to Verdi while cooking Written by earwormopera Sometimes you get distracted by the orchestral writing and end up grating your knuckle rather than the parmesan. Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailTumblrGoogleLike this:Like Loading... 7 thoughts on “The downside to listening to Verdi while cooking” I hate when that happens. But I solved that problem. I gave up cooking. LikeLike That would do it! In general, I don’t mind cooking – but only when I don’t feel like I have to. (When I was growing up, my brother and I had to take turns making dinner on weeknights. The results were usually healthy, but extremely uninspired.) LikeLike I love cooking! Unlike with music, I actually have some talent. See! LikeLike Nice! That looks really tasty. LikeLike What time should we be there for dinner? 🙂 LikeLike Ouch! This is why I don’t listen to opera when I attempt to cook. 😛 Hope it doesn’t sting too much! 🙂 LikeLike Nah, it’s pretty much almost healed already. I think the solution is that if music and cooking must mix, the music should be something very familiar and unlikely to distract. LikeLike Comments are closed.