My mother gave me a wonderful set of cookware for Christmas. I am super excited to break them in and I mentioned this to a guy of interest. I told him I wanted to take a couple of cooking classes to find new dishes to try. Of course, he volunteered to be my very own guinea pig taste tester.
How brave of this bachelor to be willing to partake of my cooking, not knowing how good or bad it could get. I’m not sure I would do the same. I dated a chef once, a blissful experience (in many ways) that I indulged in and netted a 5 lb gain (ok 8 lbs). Even then, I watched him cook for other people before I gave his food a try. I don’t know if men realize how sexy women think they are when they are cooking!
I have had more “home dates” in the last few months, partly to save on going out, but getting in the kitchen together can be a great date. Turn on your ipod, get a playlist together and watch how things heat up. When you have chemistry already, cooking together can be quite hot!
Have you ever dated someone who loved to cook for you? What was their best dish?
Are men impressed by women who cook even if the food doesn’t take like their mothers? I have to warn you, women can be sensitive about their food. If you criticize it too harshly, it could be the last time she cooks for you for a long time!
Ladies, do you mind cooking for bachelors? Does it bother you when a man you are seeing casually makes a comment about cooking for him?
What was the best home-cooked meal you had on a date? I need some recipes! What kind of food are men really looking to have made for them by their women?