Those of you who have your Ph.D in D.A.L.S. are already aware of the groundbreaking scientific work we've done on our blog establishing various theories about dinner -- the preparing of it, the consumption of it, the enjoyment of it. For instance, this well-worn favorite:
1. When you take three measly minutes in the morning to do something that helps you get the momentum going on dinner prep -- chopping vegetables, marinating meat, placing a pot of water on the stovetop -- you will end up saving up to 15 minutes on the other end of the day when you arrive home from work.
I can't pretend to know why this is the case -- as backing up our dinner theories with real data tends to take more time than we actually have. Time we would rather spend coming up with more impossible-to-prove wrong theories. Such as: