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    Practically Family Lancealot's Avatar
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    Men who can cook.




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    This conversation came up at work at was wondering what the ladies here think. How much of a turn on is a man that can cook. Really cook hamburger helper doesn't count.
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    A guy who can cook is a lot of fun.

    A guy who can *clean up the kitchen after cooking* is a keeper!
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    I'm useless at cooking, so in my case it's necessary! But I do find it rather attractive, especially if he can whip up a nice Italian...

    My part: bringing the wine
    "Looking good and dressing well are essential. A purpose in life is not." - Oscar Wilde

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    Lancealot,
    a man who can cook is very much of a turn on, such a guy is very attractive. I think more men should learn how to cook.
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    Well I'd be happy to invite you ladies over for dinner.

    LizzieMaine since I live by myself I don't have much choice in who gets to clean up.
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    I love to cook and do most of it here. I think I probably have about 50 cookbooks.
    And I clean up. The secret is to keep after it as you go.
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    A sense of the fundamental decencies is parcelled out unequally at birth. - Fitzgerald

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    I love to see someone really into their craft. There is nothing like watching a fella debate in his head how much spice to put in the stew, or weather or not to add that little something to a special recipe. Its magic.

    But as Lizzie said, if he can put on that apron and wash the pots and pans, he will always have my heart.

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    I cook fairly often, though generally not too fancy. But I do enjoy it.
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    If a guy can cook, that's great, but it doesn't set my heart a flutter. If cooking is a guy's passion and you can see that while he's at work that's a different story though. It's kind of what Lady Day said. I love to see the passion people have for their hobbies/work, whether it's putting together a meal, playing an instrument, crafting a story, whatever it may be. The passion is infectious!

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    The thought of a man who can cook is very appealing, and as the other ladies say one who can clean up too , I just don't know how happy I'd be with sharing MY kitchen!

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