If you didn’t know this already, get ready for some shocking new facts that neuroscientists have discovered:
“Men are more likely to make women hot under the collar by switching on a blender than turning on a power tool, according to new research.
A team of neuroscientists were flown in from London to conduct scientific testing on 20 Australian couples to determine what domestic duties aroused women the most.
While their male partners were performing activities from traditional do-it-yourself tasks and drilling to cake mixing, coffee-making and blending, their female counterparts had their mental, emotional and physiological responses monitored.”
It was found that female partners were more aroused when their significant others were making a cup of coffee or whipping up a cake than using a power drill or a saw”
So before you break the bank at a fancy restaurant or on two dozen roses that are going to wilt away within the week, try cooking up a 3-course gourmet dinner to steal her heart this Valentine’s Day.
Here’s a perfect example of a recipe you could use as you Main Course from the Gentleman’s Cookbook (Valentine’s Day Edition):
- 400g Beef fillet
- Handful Celeriac
- Handful chopped cabbage
- 80g Broccoli
- 100mls Almond milk
- 2 tbsp minced garlic
- 1 tbsp thyme leaves
- Sea salt
- Organic grass fed butter 20g
- 250g Baby potatoes (peeled)
- 2 tbsp chives chopped
- 2 spring onions
Season your beef at room temperature with
salt, pepper and rosemary. Place into very hot pan and sear evenly in the butter
until the meat is browned
then place into the oven for 12 minutes at 180c/380f for (Medium Cooking)
In a pan add your celeriac, broccoli, cabbage
and fry a little until they soften.
Reduce the heat and add the garlic then mix.
Move into a pot, pour half your almond milk,
place your vegetables in and
bring to the boil and allow to soak for 3-4 minutes then place to the side.
Boil your potatoes then add them to a pot
with the other half of your almond
milk, mash then add in your chives and spring onions.
- Plate up by placing your vegetables first, then evenly slice your steak, place on top and a spoonful of your potato champ on the side.
Drizzle with some olive oil to finish.
There you have it. A gourmet meal that you can prepare at home that is sure to impress anyone you make it for.
You don’t always have to cook but when you do, you should at least look like you know what you are doing.
Women respond to men who are confident and assertive in EVERY area of their life.
Besides saving at least over $80 by avoiding a hefty restaurant bill, you are also going to get to experience a more intimate night with your spouse at home where you can be in control.
And you can learn which wine would pair well with this meal and which dessert and drink to serve after this main course by picking up the Gentleman’s Cookbook which outlines all of this and more.
>> Gentleman’s Cookbook: Over 80 Gourmet Courses, Wine Pairing Guide and 12 Dinner Date Success Tips For The Ultimate Date Night
The Gentleman’s Cookbook is complete blueprint dedicated to helping any man achieve the perfect day of romance with a complete recipe guide, dinner prep tips and a step-by-step manual for every part of the evening from music selection to proper wine pairings for your dinner.
It’s a touch of class combined with a true gentleman’s approach to cooking for your partner and being the man among men.
Don’t be left without a plan on Valentine’s Day.
This is the best tool you can use to increase her desire and show her just how much she means to you.
>> The Gentleman’s Cookbook: Over 80 Gourmet Courses, Wine Pairing Guide and 12 Dinner Date Success Tips For The Ultimate Date Night