Food itself is not interesting to Fiorella. She likes certain foods more than others and will eat far too much of them at one sitting if she has the opportunity. Day to day, she eats the same thing for her late breakfast--shredded wheat--then skips lunch, then is at a loss for supper. Going out is nice, but it costs money. Husband's specialties are tasty, but then there's the clean-up. Take-out is a cornucopia of calories. That leaves ice cream and popcorn, which Fiorella restricts to once a week each.
Might as well starve.