I have this theory that people read the way they cook.
I love to do both, every day. Some of what I cook is great. There are also disasters. Sometimes it's just mindless filler, and other times it's complicated and arduous, and leaves me with a feeling of accomplishment. All of those sentences could also describe the various books on my shelves and websites that I frequent.
Hubby cooks only occasionally, and reads a book only occasionally. When he cooks, it's momentous, like his chicken enchiladas, or Southern barbecue for 30 guests. And when he reads, it's likewise momentous, e.g. One Hundred Years of Solitude, or The Master and Margarita.
I know a guy who calls himself "Mr. Barbecue", and reads nothing but Popular Mechanics.
A lady I work with cooks American (pork chops, burgers, the occasional foray into stuffed bell peppers), and reads American (Clancy, Ludlum, Grisham).
And I know a few people who consider pouring milk on cereal to be "cooking", who haven't picked up a book in 10 years.
So, after all that (if you're still here)....do you think there's a correlation between the way people cook and what they read?