Who cooks in heels?
“Not I,” said the butterfly.
“Not me,” said the bumblebee.
Ok, someone needs to grow up.
About three months ago I went to a Pampered Chef Bridal Shower party. The hostess had everyone write a relationship tip for the bride-to-be based upon our own personal relationship experiences. What I wrote doesn’t seem all that important now. What I wished I could have written, well, I wouldn’t have written it simply because I did not think about it until I had pared down my choices for this week’s outfit. I also wouldn’t have written it because the feminist inside would have screamed, “Cooking for a man is icky and cooking for man in heels, well, off with our head.”
After reading a couple of blog posts this week on the sensuality of food, I tucked my feminist side in for a nap and looked at it from a different perspective.
Cooking in heels with a pretty apron over your clothes would be a romantic way to love your mate. You need not cook in heels all the time, but if you really love to cook and cooking for someone shows you care about their well-being and for them as a person, then by all means, cook in heels. Even if you don’t love to cook, wearing a pretty apron, heels with shoe clips, and earrings might add a little more spice to your motivation for cooking.
Cook up a storm in this pretty reversible floral print apron. With a white floral print on a black background with red trim on one side, and a bed of colorful assorted flowers on the reverse side who could resist your cooking when you’re wearing this apron? SOLD!