Men branch out with everyday cooking

02/12/2007 | Herald News (Joliet, Ill.), The

Men have become more interested in the culinary arts, spending a growing amount of money on cooking equipment and classes and representing half of the students in the Culinary Institute of America's amateur classes. The trend stems partly from the marketing of the kitchen toward men, the popularity of cooking shows with new male faces and the competitive, fun and "sexed up" characteristics of cooking.

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