In these uncertain times, it's important to keep romance alive. Have a date night this week. Put pants on for the first time in weeks, take a shower for the first time since Sunday. Light some candles and throw on some jazz. Cook for your person.

86% of people think knowing how to cook is a turn on. 81% of people in relationships say it impresses them when their significant other cooks for them. It turns out, what you cook has some play too, according to a study by SWNS commissioned by The Little Potato Company. The highest rated foods are meals that can be either as simple or complicated as you want it to be, dependent on your skill level as a cook. If you can do it without arguing, try cooking with your significant other.

  1. Steak and Potatoes- 40%
  2. Pasta and Garlic Bread- 34%
  3. Chicken and Vegetables- 28%
  4. Pizza and Salad- 24%
  5. Burger and Fries- 23%
  6. Lobster and Mac and Cheese- 20%
  7. Soup- 18%
  8. Tacos- 15%
  9. Sushi- 12%
  10. Risotto- 12%

Read more at New York Post

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