Paul's closer worked so well that today he's married to one of the women who sampled the famous rollatini. But that doesn't mean the closer is a thing of the past. "My wife and I cook together, and I think it's key in the relationship. When you cook together, you're communicating," he says. "Even if something bad is going on, you're working towards a common goal: getting through this conversation, and getting fed."
And when things get really bad? He brings out the rollatini, the edible flowers, and, OK, some jewelry—and closes the deal again.
More from YourTango: Being A Single Parent Has Made Me A Better (Future) Husband