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Do men love women who can cook more than women who can't or won't?
I think it depends on the man and comfort level with his masculinity. If a man doesn't mind cooking and doesn't view it as a blow to his manhood, i don't think it will be an issue. However, if he does have a problem with cooking, he will most likely have an issue with her not doing it for him.
No, some men love to cook and even love to teach a woman how to cook. Some women can cook, but the man does not love her style of cooking. Every one appreciates someone who can at least make a good sandwich though.
Probably depends on whether or not the guy is more traditional or not. The old concept of "man brings in money, woman watches the house" is slowly dying out.
It doesn't really matter at all to me, but it would be a big plus if she knew how to cook
I don't think the ability to cook really has anything to do with love.
No. That is why we have restaurants to eat outside the home and enjoy being catered to during that time.
Maybe its kinda of subconscious but i think that seeing a women cook or taste some of her recipes helps in the attraction process . Its just that natural association that people generally make with women and cooking .
I wouldnt go as far as to say that it is a love determining factor though!
I don't think so. But being not able to cook might affect their relationship, especially if the man's mother used to cook for the family. Of course, coming from a home with a mother who was a good cook would greatly affect the man's expectation for his partner/wife to be likewise. I do think though that it's a big plus for women who can cook. And I think that it's the same way with men. Men who cook is a big turn on to us. Don't you think so, girls?
It's not a question of loving a woman more. I personally believe that someone in a family, (2 would be better than one) should know how to cook for budget purposes. Also, it makes the holidays a bit more special. (and frustratingly difficult) Many men aren't interested in learning how to cook as it is a subtler art than say... changing the oil on the minivan. That being said, every husband should know how to fix hamburger helper and possibly... grill a steak. I personally prefer cooking over mowing or gardening while my husband would rather mow, so we divide the labor that way.
There is a saying in spanish that roughly translates as "Love enters through the kitchen."
I've seen many men who fall deeply in love with women that can't cook, but I think it helps if you can fill the man's stomach with tasteful dishes.
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