Have you ever loved a certain food so much you wanted to marry it?

The genius’ behind the new food app “Tender” have made that dream a reality. Now, instead of countlessly swiping through potential fuccbois and basic betches, you can focus on what really matters: finding true love in the form of pizza.

Tender utilizes the similar Tinder-style format of swiping right or left to match you with your ideal recipe. Every right swipe will be stored into a “cookbook” section of the app where the user can browse all their favorite recipe matches.

Jordan Homan, who designed the app along with his college roommates Necco Ceresani and David Blumenfield, tells Boston.com,

“As a twenty-something, we are all constantly combating the impulse to just eat-out or pick something up. Tender gets you psyched about the prospect of making food, and it makes it easy to do so.”

The app targets millennials, allowing them the option to customize their search by selecting filters like vegan and pescatarian. That way, the success rate of matching a user with the recipe of their dreams is much higher. According to the creators, the next step in making Tender the G.O.A.T dating-food app is adding allergy filters and an undo button. If only you could add “allergy filters” to actual Tinder.

So go ahead and swap that hook-up for a ham—because unlike your honey, ham will never let you down.

[via iDigitalTimes]