Cooking was never a man’s forte. Okay, Boomer.

We live in quickly changing times. Old people nowadays look back at their childhoods and reminisce about a world far different from the one we see today. One of the things that perhaps changed the most quickly was the “women belong in the kitchen” trope. Today, we have more men donning the apron than ever, and that’s great. However, not everyone is on board with it. These are the people you want to read this article. That’s because we’ll be going through all the reasons men should be involved in the culinary arts — and why they’re getting better at cooking than women. Men are getting better at it Throughout the centuries, women have been the ones assuming the role of the household cook. The logic was that men toiled away as lumberjacks, hunters, fletchers and what have you, while women managed the home. That, by and large, included cooking. We should note that the professional full-time chef scene is an unusual exception to this. The industry is widely male-dominated and has been for some time. At home, though, women were usually confined to the stove. But, as we already mentioned, these are the times of change. Men have been…