“New course to show college-bound males how to cook in less than a month”
Akron, Ohio---- The party caterer for Bryant Gumbel, Jesse Jackson, Dick Gregory and Aretha Franklin, this week, put together a new crash course teaching college bound males how to cook for themselves while away from home.
Deborah Long, a semi-retired caterer, food instructor and creator of the course called Teach My College Son To Cook, said the participants in her course will learn how to cook tasty meals in a matter of days even if they’ve never cooked anything in their life.
“One thing that I do know is that males in general love home-cooked meals,” Long said. “However, I also know that many of them don’t know how to cook for themselves if they ever had to, and now that they’re off to college, a quick crash course in cooking will not only provide them with life-long skills and traits that women love to see in a man, but also skills that saves them hundreds to thousands of dollars that they would have otherwise spent on fast food and expensive restaurants.”
The release of Long’s new course could prove to have perfect timing.
With college tuition rising and Americans still trying to rebound from the nation’s worst economic letdown in 34 years, being able to cook scrumptious meals could be a great way to save a few dollars.
Regardless of how well the course is perceived, there is a new trend on the horizon.
According to The NPD Group, a consumer information company, 78 percent of the meals are still prepared at home by women, but since 1993 man-made in-home meals have leapt a full four percent, meaning more and more males in general are cooking nowadays.
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