Why Should Men Cook
A bachelor is somebody, who is often stuck up in an isolated place and missing his mom’s cooking. On the contrary to popular belief, plenty of bachelors around the world can whip up lovely delicacies in a jiffy, with whatever’s available in the house. Conversely, many a married men make for the worst cooks. However, bachelor culinary expertise is fast becoming an artifact these days, thanks to frozen and take-away foods.
Following are the reasons as to why men should cook
No More Holes in Pockets
Living alone isn’t easy. Bachelors have a million needs to cater to. Food is always on the top of your list of priorities and that of expenses as well. Cooking in versus eating out helps you save a considerable amount of your wages so that living alone in an expensive city isn’t too taxing. It also enhances the creativity within. When you’re living by yourself or with other bachelors, you cannot afford to eat out all the time-it isn’t the healthiest thing, you’re on a budget. People tend to take what they eat for granted. So, men should cook instead. Moreover, like we said before, cooking is a survival skill every one of you should develop, irrespective of the size of your wallets.
Impress Girls-Chef Style
Women have hearts too, and a way to them as well. Nothing makes a woman’s heart melt more than her man preparing a candle-lit dinner for her on a date. Sensitivity is what most women fish for in a guy. It’s desirable to be strong, but gentleness is a quality your bicep girth can never compensate for. Most men take their girls out to fancy clubs and restaurants. Step ahead and be the man who surprises her with a scrumptious meal instead, self cooked of course. Even if you’re no Gordon Ramsay, she’d love you for having made the attempt. And needless to say, you would absolutely love the dessert that comes your way!
Honestly, with jobs ruling your day there is only so much time you can save for yourself. We completely understand. And early in the morning, the thought of using the already little time left from the moment you scuffle out of your bed to the moment you storm out in haste, may not be very exciting at first and you may end up skipping meals. But the key is to cook smart. Cooking doesn’t always involve too much work or one that is time-consuming. With benefits ranging from health to personality building, you must make efforts to develop this habit. Finding time to cook isn’t that unachievable a feat. Aditya Bal suggests, “it’s all about advanced planning, shopping right, knowing your ingredients and having fun in the kitchen!”