Couples argue 104 times a year over the cooking, a new survey has revealed.
A third of rows are about messy kitchens or interfering partners, while 17 per cent of spats are over burnt food.
Although one in five of us bicker with our partners once or twice every week, the kitchen can also get warring couples back together.
A third have snogged at the stove, while 23 per cent have got even friskier by the fryer, a poll by Kenwood found.
Social media can also cause tension as 18 per cent admit they get annoyed with people who take pictures and post them while cooking or eating.
The study also found it isn’t just our partners we argue with in the kitchen.
A quarter of Brits have had rows with their mum and only 2 per cent would like to cook with our in-laws.
And 43 per cent would rather cook alone
Chef and TV personality Raymond Blanc said: “Good food can certainly be the way to a person’s heart but when it goes wrong it can have the opposite effect.
“It’s clear from the research that cooking evokes great passions and couples fall out and make up often in the kitchen.”
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