by Dan Abromowitz

You're a man. You take your coffee black and scalding, your undercut is immaculately pomaded, and you really like the way it feels to ask to speak with a manager. You can tell a scotch's price by the sound of it uncorking, you assume you'd be a pretty great carpenter, and you're a little too into cunnilingus.

And so, you deserve meals that befit a man of your modern masculine manner. Not just a bunch of store-bought ingredients hacked up and shoved in an oven, but a tightly curated, slow-crafted culinary erection. Here's how a man cooks: