What makes men who cook for their partners better at romantic relationships?

Does enjoying the challenge of rustling up the perfect dish enable a man to perfect his relationship skills? In my opinion, it often does. What has your experience been? Do you think the better a man’s cooking abilities, the better he is at appreciating his partner? Or does one have no bearing on the other?

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Komal Soni
June 7, 2017

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  1. Frankly i have noticed that because of the way men in India are brought up, and, my apologies for generalising, if they know how to cook, even reasonably ok, the world around them makes them believe they are a boon to their woman. I do not think it should be a big deal if a man can cook, just like one does not make a big deal about a woman being a good cook!:)

  2. Cooking is something which comes naturally. It actually feels nice to be pampered by a nicely cooked meal. If both partners are compatible and compassionate towards each other this can largely be seen as a manifestation of love and care. However today got to hear from a friend how her husband who is a chef of international repute keeps commenting how ill stuffed her kitchen is. That makes her drive hard towards perfection and interest in picking right cooking techniques. Cooking is largely an art.

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