Dining In with a Cooking Guide Apron
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They say that the best way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.
That goes for men, too. As a bachelor, I have my share of experiences that can prove sometimes, cooking dinner for your date gains you more points than taking her to a fancy restaurant. In fact, it is also a great gift ideafor occasions like anniversary, Valentine’s day, or even just ordinary days
I’m man enough to admit I’m no Jaime Oliver or Anthony Bourdain. But with a little help from my Cooking Guide Apron, I can deliver a mean pesto pasta, grilled steak, or a roasted vegetable salad like a pro. I can even whip it while sipping red wine or making interesting conversation with my girl, as the Cooking Guide Apron is printed with essential cooking information so that when in doubt, I won’t need to consult a cookbook, the Internet or my mom.
The information is ingeniously printed upside down, so anyone wearing it would just need to lift the apron towards them to read the necessary data.
The 14point font is printed on natural unbleached cotton, making it an easy read for accommodating sufficient cooking info, such as:
- Conversion tables
- Steak finger guide
- Freezing and defrosting rules
- Cooking time for meat, poultry, vegetables and other common
cooking ingredients, via different methods such as boiling, roasting,
microwaving, and steaming
- Spaghetti serving size diagram
- Glossary for cooking terms
The Cooking Guide Apron is 40 inches long and 34 inches wide, with apron ties that reach up to 38 inches. One size fits all and equipped with handy pockets, all my girls have commented how cute it looks on me – it’s either they’re saying the truth, or they’re just appreciative of the delicious meal I’ve served up for them.
Maybe it’s both. Well, maybe that’s the single cooking question that my apron won’t be able to answer accurately.