Men Of New York, THIS Is How You Get A Girlfriend

mh-2Photo: Courtesy of Men's Health.
Newsflash: Women adore a man who can cook. But if your idea of cooking is heating up a Trader Joe's frozen enchilada, you should probably attend the Men's Health Cooking School this Saturday. And since the team at Men's Health has very little faith in your current culinary abilities (fair enough), they're bringing out the big guns for instructors: Daniel Holzman of The Meatball Shop, Roberto Santibanez of Fonda restaurants, and Andy Ricker of Pok Pok.
The second annual Cooking School was inspired by the magazine's June issue, which featured the Guy Food Guide to show you healthier ways to prepare hearty, "manly" food, like steak. The school will be broken down into three sessions, with Holzman teaching meatballs, heroes, and greens; Santibanez coaching on tacos, tortas, and salsa; and Ricker, instructing on northern Thai. In our humble opinion, honing even just one of these cuisines is enough to impress us. Gentlemen, your bachelor eligibility is about to go to the next level.
When: Saturday, September 14, 3 p.m.
Where: Institute of Culinary Education, 50 W. 23rd Street (at Avenue C), 12th Floor.
How Much: $45 per class; $135 all-access pass. Purchase tickets online.