Women love a man who knows his way around the kitchen, although they also tend to find it weird that you've spent that much intimate time with English cricketer Mervyn. Kitchen. Mervyn Kitchen! C'mon, dude made 5230 runs in 354 first-class games! Learn all about that dude, and cooking, with some classes at Hal's Kitchen
Started by cooking instructor Cyndi Sterne (and named after her super-cool dad), Hal's is a relaxed culinary school that offers a variety of how-to courses on guy-friendly meals led by big-time local chefs like former-Viking-er Jessica Ray and Joshua John Russell of Highland Bakery and Food Network fame. Hit their Chophouse class, where you and your lady'll fix cowboy-esque dishes like bacon-/cheese-smashed potatoes and grilled veal chops w/ morel and sausage stuffing, or hone your skills with solo joints like Global Pizza, teaching you to prep worldly pies (Sicilian, Osaka-style Okonomiyaki), and Stop That Truck!, which focuses on food-truck stuffings like Not Simple Sliders, proving they've obviously never seen the show, as each week Jerry O'Connell finds a convoluted way to make the fat dude wear hilarious period outfits. If you feel you're not up to speed
Netflix that ish!!, hit the five-week Culinary Boot Camp, a crash-course of weekly 3hr sessions that build basic skills, from knife work (chopping/ dicing/ Julienne...), to grilling, baking, and using food processors to make sauces and stocks, presumably to impress Warren with your Buffett
If you wanna have a private class, round up at least eight buddies (or up to 40), and contact them to customize it to your needs; they can even do a special Iron Chef-style experience where your gang's split into two groups to compete before being judged when the night's over, which Mervyn never does, as he's just happy to be spending quality time with you off the pitch.