Get Swept Off Your Feet - With Food!!
Eric S. Lee, author of Sweeping Her Off Her Feet With Food: The Ultimate Guide to Romance Seduction in the Kitchen, explains why cooking and eating together can be so sensual!
CommitmentNow.com: What experiences lead you to write Sweeping Her Off her Feet With Food?
Eric S. Lee: Both my restaurant chef experience and my positive experiences cooking romantic meals at home for my dates and my current (7-years) girlfriend inspired me to write this book.
CommitmentNow.com: How can food lead to romance and seduction?
Eric: Oh my God! Are you kidding? Think about most romantic experiences anyone has ever had, they usually involve food in some way or another. When a man takes it upon him self to actually create the meal it just adds a dose of fuel to the romantic fire that is absolutely nuclear!
CommitmentNow.com: Can men who have no prior kitchen experience really seduce their women with a romantic meal?
Eric: Absolutely! This book was designed to take things step by step so the kitchen neophyte can emerge from the kitchen looking like a culinary God!
CommitmentNow.com: What makes a meal romantic?
Eric: Mood, an intent to make it so, dim lights, cooking from the heart, knowing what she likes and what she doesn’t, surprise, playfulness, kindness and cleaning up after!
CommitmentNow.com: Are certain foods more romantic than others?
Eric: Other than chocolate, especially warm chocolate I don’t profess any food as more romantic than any other. It is the thought and feeling that comes from preparation that infuses romance.
CommitmentNow.com: What advice do you have for the man hoping to sweep his woman off her feet?
Eric: Just get started! Decide to be romantic and do it.
Born and raised from humble beginnings in Detroit, Michigan, Eric spent most of his early adulthood honing his culinary talents in premier hotel restaurants in the city's downtown area.
In 1989, Eric followed a lifelong yearning to live in a place that had more peace and opportunity--and moved to beautiful Boulder, Colorado. He & his partner opened and co-managed five wonderful restaurants, including: The Sweet Tomato, an Italian restaurant, which was voted best in Lafayette/Louisville, Portabello's a 250 seat restaurant in Longmont & Platinum Grill in Lafayette.
Eric now lives just outside Boulder in Longmont, Colorado.
Visit Eric at www.sweepingher.com.