A new cookbook has launched that sets out to show men how to cook in the kitchen.
Eat Like a Man comes from Esquire's food editor Ryan D'Agostino and sets out to teach men some new skills to improve their home cooking repertoires.
Pokers nights, sunday roasts, Saturday nights off work - there's recipes to cover all the key events in a mans life and the book is full of witty musings on how men differ in the kitchen in comparison to women. There is also some interesting thoughts on the key role food has played in man's development on earth.
If your man seems like he's afraid of the kitchen maybe this is a good buy for him.
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