A funny, sexy and completely well-researched guide for the guy who previously used his kitchen as a place to work on his car. -- Baltimore Sun
A humorous look at the triumphs and tragedies of preparing an intimate dinner for the object of one's affections. -- Publishers Weekly
Fills the gap between Martha Stewart and Chef Boy-Ar-Dee. -- Boston Globe
For a man for all seasonings. -- Buffalo News
For men who chill beer, reheat coffee or dump garbage (in their kitchens), it shows how to make the transition from processed food to home-cooked romance. -- Miami Herald
He's wonderful and good looking. Problem is, he can't cook. Get him Eating In, which...will turn a bumbling bachelor into a master chef. -- Playgirl
It's based on the premise that every woman wants a man who can bring home the bacon and roll it into a nifty rumaki. -- Chicago Sun-Times
Not only is Eating In informative, but its writing and cartoons are both witty and wise. -- Playboy
The way to a woman's heart. -- CNN
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"How To Invite Your Date Over For Dinner"
A proper dinner invitation can mean the difference between a perfectly planned evening and a disaster after dark. The invitation is your chance-in-advance to arouse your date's taste buds -- not her survival instincts.
Just imagine how she'll feel arriving at your place for dinner. At night. Alone. Unarmed. Fretting that the date muffins you're planning to devour are hers. That the suckling pig will not he her dinner but her host. And that dessert will be nothing more than a chilled Reddi-Whip surprise.
Do your best to help her feel at home. If she's eyeing the exits, pour her a glass of wine. Serve your appetizers. Romance her with your newfound culinary skills. And prepare her for the feast of her dreams.
Remember, even though you have the home-court advantage, that's no excuse to take advantage. Act like a gracious host and you'll guarantee she'll be back for more. Act like a perfect ass and you'll be kissing hers good-bye.