by Zoë Pollock

Liz Coleville weighs in on why it's usually not men:

[T]he study also found that women and men see cooking in profoundly different terms: most women see it as a "sensual" actsomething that "gives pleasure," whereas men see it as "a performance and an activity at which they can impress." Sounds familiar. See: other activities, other rooms.

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