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What's Cookin' Good Lookin'?


Here’s some food for thought: A new unscientific survey has revealed that being a good cook is the top trait most people look for in a partner.


In a OnePoll survey of 2,000 Americans, 63% had “good cook” at the top of their list, beating out other qualities including “someone I can trust” and “someone who makes me laugh.”


The poll, commissioned by poultry producer Perdue, took a look at how respondents’ love lives relate to food and cooking.


Other questions in the survey revealed that 72% of respondents would be more interested in a potential partner who loved to cook and another 61% consider it a turn-on if their partner can cook well.


Fifty-nine-percent of participants also said their cooking skills have improved over the last year, no doubt due to pandemic quarantine.

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