As home cooking decreases, cooking shows increase.

The title is a statement that I heard that was backed up with some data. It’s an interesting inverse relationship.

Are people trying to learn? Are they trying to satisfy an innate desire to see food cooked? Does the cooking show make up for the lack of their own cooking?

As we find increasing efficiency, or convenience, is society as a whole losing attachment to the endeavors that used to be part of everyday life?

In a world where robots, automation, and AI are seeing massive discussion in a changing world, what sort of tasks will people long for?

I don’t have any answers here, these are just questions running through my mind at the moment. If you have thoughts, send them to me noneofthisisright@gmail.com or tweet @Brandon36554029 . Sure it’s a crazy generic twitter handle, don’t judge, ok?