Do you think about expanding the cooking into a lifestyle brand? When I look at somebody like [the Real Housewives of New York City Star] Bethenny [Frankel] with this Skinnygirl empire, I think that’s a lot. I don’t like the pressure of everything, I just love cooking and love giving people the opportunity to feel cool by staying at home on a Friday night. One of my favorite things is when people say something like “I’m pulling a Chrissy Teigen, at home on a Saturday night, drinking wine, making lasagna” That’s the brand I want. I don’t want aprons. I just want to get people excited to cook. I want people to stay in more and not have a sense of FOMO (fear of missing out) every time somebody’s ‘out.