Dave Franco always tells Alison Brie her cooking is great - even when it isn't.

Dave Franco and Alison Brie

Dave Franco and Alison Brie

The 35-year-old actress has been married to the 'Now You See Me' actor since last year, and has said that he "loves when [she] cooks for him", even if the meal she prepares isn't particularly tasty.

Alison said: "[Dave] loves when I cook for him. He's always such a great sport. When I cook something that doesn't taste the best, when I try out a new recipe ... Oh gosh, he loves it and I feel super proud! [Then] I taste a bite, and it's like, womp womp."

The couple may not see eye to eye when it comes to food, they can agree on their travel bucket list, as both of them would love to jet off to Greece.

The 'GLOW' star told 'Entertainment Tonight': "You know, Greece has been on the list for a long time. We've yet to go there."

When they're not cooking or planning their vacations, the couple love to "hang out" during the evenings, as it's the only time of day when either of them are free.

Alison said recently: "We're super-mellow.

"We are both superactive with our friends and work, so in the week we don't see each other during the day.

"We spend time together at night. We just like to hang out. Having a really supportive partner in my life and knowing that he loves me no matter what ... I've found my person."

Meanwhile, Alison previously insisted that although she had her 33-year-old spouse are loving parents to their two cats, Harry and Arturo, they won't be having children of their own because she finds the idea of having a family "stressful" and relishes the freedom she has in her life and career without having to worry about dependents.

She said: "The [cats are] our children. I don't really want to have kids.

"It's great because I don't worry about when should I get pregnant - between seasons, while we're shooting the show - I don't think about it every day. It would be nice, but I think of all the things that would be so stressful.

"I think about how much we're involved in our cats' lives. Oh my God, if it was a child!"