The only cookbook guaranteed to leave her hungry for more. Men will do anything in the name of picking up women. We buy them drinks, sit through tear-jerking movies, and hold their purses while they try on pair after pair of jeans--all in the hopes of getting laid. But the quickest way to a woman's underthings is through her stomach. Now, for every guy who craves a foolproof way of "closing the deal," The Chick Magnet Cookbook is guaranteed to help guys get to home base. Women are experts at sniffing out an ambush. They are quick to identify even the most cunning attempt at seduction, and their purpose in life seems to be finding reasons why you should not be allowed to sleep with them. But cooking for chicks works, because it's romantic, it plays upon female fantasies of domestic bliss, it demonstrates class and sophistication, and it's sensual. But there's a right way and a wrong way to do it. The Chick Magnet Cookbook steers culinary Casanovas clear of the pitfalls--from serving pink wine to cooking pasta for an Italian girl--and gives simple, straightforward instructions for preparing lusty dishes like: Teriyaki chicken breasts with yakisoba and sunomono, baked salmon with dill-mayonnaise and asparagus, roast chicken with red onions, pan-fried halibut over wasabi mashed potatoes with baby bok choy, pork tenderloin with balsamic and fennel, coconut shrimp with steamed rice, and much more. But Don Juan does not live by bread alone, and sidebars detail every element of the event--from candlelight and choosing the right wine to accompany a meal, to prepping an apartment pour amour and matching the music with "the mood of love."