Do guys want you to offer to pay even if they won't accept it? Would they ever let you pick up the check or agree to go dutch? Eight guys reveal what they really think.
Are you an independent woman who struggles with getting a relationship going? Dating coach Ronnie has Feng Shui-inspired tips you have to try.
The issue of who pays for what on a date has become a little thorny. An increasingly egalitarian society might suggest that both parties are equally responsible for the cost. Individuals might feel otherwise — especially during the initial stages of a relationship. So how should daters play it?
We think staying in is the new sexy. Enter our Dinner For Two series! This week, we're serving up a mouthwatering menu that's sure to impress your date and keep your heart healthy — featuring this sweet-and-savory salmon dish certified by the American Heart Association.
Baby, it's still cold outside! As we get snowed in with winter storms, we cooked up some recipe ideas to warm you both up on date night. This week, we're serving up a mouthwatering menu featuring a cherry and chocolate-stuffed grilled cheese sandwich, cherry soup, a French cocktail, and Cabernet Sauvignon brownies.
Save some money this weekend by opting to stay home and cook a delicious meal for the perfect date night. These super easy recipes that will impress any date, without breaking the bank. From a homemade cocktail to some perfect main course options, browse through for seven recipes to cook up for your significant other this weekend.
YourTango is giving away five DIY dinner kits complete with everything you need to make a delicious ethnic meal, chocolate fondue for dessert and hot chocolate as an after-dinner snack. Just answer our question in the comments and you'll automatically be entered to win!
First dates can be overwhelming, especially if they involve a meal. These modern dating rules outline what old tips have gone stale, and what advice you should definitely still be following. Play your cards right, and he'll be hungry for a second date!
By Chef Jackie M. Lee | genConnect On your search for Mr. or Mrs. Right, are you asking the right questions for yourself? I know I am very guilty of giving my power away. We all do that sometimes when we meet someone special and really want it to work. You get caught up in the relationship and often lose the relationship with yourself.
My client Kendra met Mike through an online dating site. The first date went great. Kendra found Mike attractive, a good conversationalist and friendly. She felt comfortable with him and thought he had serious potential. Mike sent Kendra an email the next day saying he had a nice time. Then, three days later, he emailed Kendra offering to cook dinner for her. This proposition put Kendra in a quandary.
When you take someone out on a first or second or third date, you want to be impressive. At dinner you want to pronounce the fancy dishes correctly, and you surely want to order a bottle of wine that isn't the cheapest on the menu — although you're probably not going to get the most expensive one either. Well apparently, one in four diners ...
Could you only date a fellow meat-eater or a fellow vegetarian? TODAY.com and Match.com recently got together for a survey of 4,000 singles called "Love Bites" that investigated the correlations between eating, drinking and being merry when it comes to dating.
You have the gift wrapped, card signed and wine ready, but what on earth are you going to make for your romantic Valentine's Day dinner? How about the delicious recipe that Food Network's celebrity chef, Anne Burrell, has planned out for you!
When I recently told my sister that I was going to start actively dating and really putting myself out there, her response was simple and to the point: "Well, at least you can get a free meal out of it." I had always thought people said this as a joke, but after a bit of investigating among my single girlfriends, quite a few of them actually admitted to dating solely for the free dinner.
Have you ever had great conversation with a potential mate for hours on the telephone and decided to go out on an official date? Thus far , you think you have all the answers leading up to your date, but wait there are more questions? During dinner the lights are low, candles are glowing on the table and the moment is cozy; however now it is time to really let the "questions" begin.
You're strolling hand-in-hand on the beach with your love, the sea salt gently misting through your hair, when suddenly, it happens. The two of you exchange looks, hungry with desire, then grab one another and say, "You wanna get something to eat?" This summer, whether you want to cool off when things get steamy (try a paleta, a Mexican-style popsicle!), or heat things up (jalapeño cocktails, anyone?), YourTango is here to make sure your summer dates are filled with flavor.