Without blowing my own horn, i'm a decent cook and generally know how to make a wide range of dishes. However I would like to know what women would really their boyfriend to cook if they were going for the 'eat in' option.
hmm yes a raclette why not, in winter it's the right moment, but I'd rather choose something light.
I'd cook some game meat, but not too strong, something like dear, with a cepes sauce. and the heart of our dinner, a well picked red wine.
the meat could come with some small potatoes or why not green beens in butter sauce, cooked separated from the meat of course.
that's just how I see it!
Hey, I guess what ever you cook, cook it with love, that is one ingredient that just gives that extra flavor to any food.
Cook something that is your very special.. that always works and by now you may know her taste to a certain extent.
Don't try to over do things.... make sure that you are relaxed and having fun yourself and not so caught up in your cooking.
The very fact that you care enough to cook up a decent meal and make sure she is welcome and relaxed would draw her attention to you.
Best wishes to you!!
A candle lit pot noodle....no pots to wash, no fuss....lots of time for some hanky panky!
My special chicken Parmigiana and ratatouille, followed by lime soufflé and vanilla ice cream.
Candle lit pot noodle sounds nice haha, thanks everyone!
Anything which is what I call clean food. Nothing she has to eat with her hands, nothing with messy sauces which could splatter, nothing which might stick in her teeth or is difficult to chew, and always provide something sweet for dessert, nothing too heavy or messy or sticky. Maybe just some fruit or chocolate. You don't want anything where she has to drag the fork or spoon across her lips. If she's wearing lipstick, this will remove it. So filet mignon is good because it's clean and cooked correctly, should melt in the mouth, and can be taken off the fork with the teeth. A vegetable. No salad, too messy unless you break the pieces small enough to fit in the mouth but not shredded because they fall off the fork. See, you thought this was going to be easy. Stir fry. That's it.
by StayPos 6 years ago
What is the first meal you learned to cook? Did someone teach you or did you learn it yourself?
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