By JIM WILLIS
Rumsons Debra Levy Picard thinks men and women cook differently.
A woman might cook because she wants to prepare something to look beautiful and perfect and impressive,” she says. “A guy just wants to eat hes hungry, and is happy to eat out of the pot without a bouquet garni,
A 52-year-old north Jersey native and lifetime foodie, Picarrd has traveled extensively in Europe, Israel, the United Kingdom she’s lived in both England and Switzerland and the United States, enriching her understanding off cooking and culture. She recently published a cookbook, Tastosterone: The Best Cookbook For Men, to help men just get food from the grocery store to the plate.
redbankgreen sat down with Picard to talk about why women are turned on by a man behind the stove, how come guys always seem to get stuck at the grill and learn what local celeb doesnt know his way around a kitchen.