What is more romantic, if a man takes a woman out for dinner or if he cooks for her?
I would say that it is more romantic if a man cooks for a woman.The thought that he will go to such extent and make an effort to cook just to please his woman makes it more romantic.
I believe that a man cooking for a woman is much more romantic due to the extra time involved, and also the additional preparation and effort that is required.
...the best is if he can do the both things. This is the most romantic.
It would be very romantic if my man cooks for me rather than taking me out for dinner. cooking,arranging,organizing especially for me would be wonderfull because it would mean great efforts from his side and reflect his desire to make it perfect just for me!
Cooks for her! My husband loves to cook, and it is especially romantic to me that he is constantly tailoring his dishes to fit my tastes. No matter what he makes, I often catch him watching my reactions when I eat it -- he is constantly gathering more hints about the flavors, combinations, and textures that I will like. To me, his concern for my happiness and enjoyment -- and just the mere fact that he thinks about me and pays attention to me -- is far more romantic than simply picking up the tab on a night at a local restaurant.
If he cooks for her, it will be the last romantic moment (Lol ! Because she will hate him, after he cook).
If he takes out, there will be some romantic moments, which will last for more time.
It would be better if I take her out to a dinner instead of serving her some over-cooked, tasteless meal at home. I can't cook
that depends,... can he cook?
however, i've been the recipient of a few good hearted attempts at that romantic dinner and i must say, even if i had to chew and swallow hard, it was still VERY romantic because he took the time to think of me, and worked on something for me,...
so my answer is yes with reservations, and sometimes reservations at someplace nice is romantic too.
Without a doubt to be wined and dined by a lover at home..wonderful romantic experience....and private as well !!
And if he can actually cook ( which mine can !) then its a bonus
definetly if he cooks!even he is not the best cook in the world , the simple fact that he cares enough to try and do this for you is really important - it's his intention that counts . And if the food is good too...well...he's a keeper
Both are romantic; cooking at home can be fun, though, especially with music playing and something good to drink- for me that would be sparkling juice :-)
If he cooks for me, i rather that he cook for me, this way
then i know that he have protential....
At first I thought it depended on whether one could cook or not, but, most women are more interested in the effort than the result. That she is the center of his effort is all encompassing. It is his heart on display and his audience always appreciates the effort.
I would appreciate both! I will more likely go for him cooking for me even if he can't cook, it is the thought that counts, especially if he cannot cook. It goes to show he is willing to make an effort and go out his comfort zone to please me.
While I sincerely agree with most of the replies, I've been cooped in the house for a long time (and not dating), I'd like to see both sides, but for now taking me out would be special because we both get to relax and enjoy each other's company. I love Wychic's reponse and how attentive her guy is....that's definitely a keeper.
oh most definitely if he cooked.. most men don't/won't cook for a woman unless its from the heart. So if he does.. it shows that he cares..
if he cooks for her even if its something simple like toast. Because it shows that you are a man of the 21st century and that you can be domesticated.
The best dinner date I ever had was when I brought the girl back to my place and we made mini pizzas from bagels, pizza sauce, and cheddar cheese. It's all about the presentation
If he cooks for here. There is more thought and prep behind it than making reservations.
its better to take out girlfriend or love for dinner. Because girls mostly like to eat outside the house. They also prefer to go out for a dinner to spend some time alone under the open roof means sky. Girls like to spend time in lonely so preference will be to take our love out for a dinner.
imho, if he cooks for her... unless he doesn't know how to cook and the meal is a disaster.
Cooking a homemade meal expresses love in the preparation and care taken to prepare it. I think that Italian Spaghetti is the way to go, but that is my preference, if your loved one has a favorite meal, that is the one to fix! http://hubpages.com/hub/Three-Chefs-Spagetti
definetely if he cooks for you. It shows his vulnerability and his eagerness to (potentially??) please.
Although a romantic restaurant is nice, if the man can cook, it's awesome that he will share that with you. And not make you do the dishes afterward!
If he cooks...
Taking out a woman for dinner is very common and there is really a big change the she had gone several dining out.
If he cooks, whether he's good or not at it, anyone would appreciate the effort. It's romantic because she feels valued...
Probably more romantic cooking at home because of the effort and planning. Whether the food is good or not, it would show tremendous affection to plan and execute the meal, trying to make sure his girl was impressed and happy.
definitely I found more romantic if a man cooks for me! 100x more romantic than taking me out to dinner
personally, i like it when a guy prepares the food and cook. because you see not only the effort, but how special the girl is. It's not something guys can easily do
i think that cooking by own will be more romantic and having a candle light dinner in the house itself will be more romantic
cook at home, then he has to do some small prep like candles and making things look pretty. and the thought that goes into that prep is nice! Also, ii would be nice because, you can get to the bedroom faster as a way to say thanks! ~Sarah
I prefer to be cooked for. I mean, anyone can take a girl out to eat and let HER order HER food off the menu. But it takes a caring man to sit there and prepare her favorite meal whether it is steak and baked potatoes that takes hours or macaroni that takes 15 minutes. Sure, for the first few dates it's nice to go out and let the guy show the girl off, that makes the girl feel beautiful. Especially when he talks to people about her and her smile and beauty, not just physical beauty. But after about the fourth date, it's nice to be cooked for.
If he cooks for her, but only if he cleans up afterwards. I can't tell you how many times my husband has cooked for me but left such a mess for me to deal with in the process. I would have been happier if he hadn't cooked at all.
definitely if he cooks for me... my husband cooked for me the very first time i went to his home... and the table was set... and there were candles... and the bolonaise sauce was great... oh and he has not stopped cooking for me since...
It more romantic if a man cook for a date than going out for a dinner.
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