Does a rejection of your cooking feel like a rejection of your love?

" Cooking food for you is a reflection of their love" I don't remember who said it but it was said in the context of grandmas and moms (and dads who cook) cooking for their grandchildren/children and making sure they eat.

What if you cooked a meal for your partner and said partner either Gordon Ramsay-ed the dish (extreme) or just wasn't very enthusiastic about it. Would you be sad?

What if your partner cooked you something and it wasn't exactly the best, would you still eat it if it tasted like feet? (and discreetly dump it?) :D
Does a rejection of your cooking feel like a rejection of your love?
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