Seduction cuisine for both sexes in Food Traditions & Culture Posted January 26, 2006 Not me but......I once had a welsh flatmate who lusted desperately after a welsh rugbyman, schoolfriend of her brothers. He (finally) invited her out - and asked her if she would like to come to dinner at his mum's house. His parents were away for the weekend and when she rang him mid afternoon he said he was just back from shopping for their meal.Scene set for romantic dinner. She arrives at his house at eight. TV on, rugby replay blasting, boyfriend busy in kitchen.Flatmate sits on sofa, legs arranged just so, sipping a beer from a can that he had cracked open as she crossed the threshold......Boyfriend (from kitchen) "D'ya like ham?"Flatmate "Yes"Boyfriend (from kitchen) "D'ya like tomatoes?"Flatmate "Yes"Boyfriend "Bread?"Flatmate "Yes"Result - two plates - half a spam on his, half on hers, swimming in neatly halved tin of tomatoes, ditto five slices white bread.She started dating a med student shortly afterwards.Personally, I am now married to a Frenchman who knows how to woo a girl with a dozen shucked oysters and a bottle of cold Graves.