Win Her With Dinner by Alex Hilebronner

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This book's premise is based upon the simple truth that women like to see a guy put forth a little effort.

Let's face it, any schmo can take a woman to a swanky restaurant and slap down his credit card. Cooking for a woman, however, shows her you've put a dash of initiative, a smidgen of energy, and a pinch of thought into the date.

About Alex Hilebronner

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Doug Veith developed his taste for fine cuisine in France and Portugal. He works as an art director in New York City, where he lives with his wife, the woman he learned to cook for.Tom Greenwood honed his skills in the food and wine industry in Washington, DC, and is now a New York City copywriter.Alex Hilebronner has been a professional private chef in Los Angeles for the past 10 years, cooking for celebrities such as Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, and Billy Bob Thornton.
Published February 21, 2004 by Rodale Books. 160 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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While some readers may find the book's basic assumption that ""most guys don't cook"" impertinent, or its beer buddy humor sophomoric (""pick the breasts that look the perkiest"" when choosing chicken at the store), many men (and women) will rejoice in the new world of possibilities for wining an...

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