Meet Teresa Baranowski

Here in Britain things have moved on from the days of Fanny Craddock.  Cooking has become sexy, both with men and women.  The guys we are spoiled for choice when it comes to home-cooked loveliness.

First there is the slightly dreamy (ok, dippy) Sophie Dahl.  Lovely girl, nice curves, gorgeous smile, but somehow lacking sizzle.

The new girl on the block is Lorraine Pascale.  Gorgeous looking and great at baking, she is the kind of girl who would really impress your mum.

But the runaway winner has to be the mother of all Domestic Godesses, Nigella Lawson.  Somehow her raven hair and endless flirting with the camera just captivates us.

But the latest sexy chef is one  who may knock the others clean off the radar.  You have met blondes and brunettes so now meet the flame haired vixen.

Teresa Baranowski hails from Charlotte, North Carolina, and is not your typical housewife.  She trained as a figure skater before forging a successful career in Healthcare.  Sadly no photo of her in the nurses outfit is available at this time.  She later went on to become the star of several independent movies and a vocalist.  But she is also a wife and mother so has to devote more time to domestic happiness.

Has cooking always been your passion in life?

Yes, I have always had a passion for cooking.  However I only recently had the time to practice it.

What is your favourite thing to cook for the man in your life?

Most recently, it has been Spaghetti Carbonara. So rich and creamy…

Is cooking a big part of seduction?

Certainly! There’s something very seductive about feeding someone, whether with one’s own hands or by making them a meal.

Does America need to eat healthier?

We certainly need to make an effort towards more healthy eating.

What are you planning on doing next?

Not entirely sure, other than my new column at I always have ideas floating around, but with my growing family, one has to have priorities.

You can follow Teresa and learn more about her on Twitter

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