October is the time of year when ghosts and goblins take center stage. But for some people, it’s not the things that go bump in the night that bring the horror — it’s mushrooms, veggies and chopsticks that make All Hallows Eve the most terrifying time of year.
Acerophobia: Fear of sourness
Sweet and savory are the only flavor options for these people.
Arachibutyrophobia: Fear of peanut butter sticking to the roof of the mouth
When you put your sandwich in your mouth to take a bite, make sure the slice with the peanut butter on it is on the bottom. Problem solved.
Carnophobia: Fear of meat
This fear would be one reason why someone may prefer a vegetarian diet.
Consecotaleophobia: Fear of chopsticks
Many people find a fork and a knife to be a whole lot easier to use anyway!
Deipnophobia: Fear of dining or dinner conversations
Dipsophobia: Fear of drinking
Geumophobia: Fear of taste/flavor
If you suffer from this phobia, Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen is DEFINITELY not the place to go!
Ichthyophobia: Fear of fish
Lachanophobia: Fear of vegetables
Mageirocophobia: Fear of cooking
Methyphobia: Fear of alcohol
Mycophobia: Fear or aversion to mushrooms
Oenophobia: Fear of wines
The fruit of the vine can send shivers down the spine.
Even if you are one of those people who are afraid of any of the things we listed above, we can promise you that spending mealtime with us at Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen will be a frighteningly great experience and a perfect way to face your fears!